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Run to Ground

by D. P. Lyle

What would you do if someone brutally murdered your only child, served only months in jail because of a technicality, and continually taunted, even threatened, you from behind bars? Could you hide your growing...


Tortured Spirits

Jake Helman Files #4

by Gregory Lamberson

"Facing the demons is the least of Jake Helman's worries"--Cover.


West of Here

by Jonathan Evison

Set in the fictional town of Port Bonita, on Washington State's rugged Pacific coast, West of Here is propelled by a story that both re-creates and celebrates the American experience-it is storytelling on the...


Surrender

by Aimee Laine

Face the past or look to the future? Both will hurt. One could kill her. All her life, Lily Crane has suppressed her childhood memories, masking the signs of abuse with a variety of looks. From brunette to blonde,...


Sixteen and Dying

by Lurlene Mcdaniel

You don't know me, but I know about you....

  I can't make you live longer. I can't stop you  from hurting. But I can give you one wish, as  someone did for me.

It's hard for Anne Wingate  and her father...


A

by Tom Bullough

The fresh and exciting debut novel by the author of Konstantin

"Immensely enjoyable . . . almost unbearably tense"
The Guardian

In an attic in Southwest London, an acid factory has just been dismantled. Six...


The Claude Glass

by Tom Bullough

By the author of Konstantin…

“A superb book from the border, bright, full of truth, romantic and real… an honourable successor to Bruce Chatwin’s On the Black Hill, springing from the same ground.”  ...


Contact

by Jonathan Buckley

Dominic Pattison’s life is one of level contentment. His marriage has proved happy and durable; his business is successful. And then Sam Williams, builder and ex-squaddie, enters his life. Sam claims to be...


Jammy Dodger

by Kevin Smith

Life is sweet for would-be bohemian Artie Conville. Safe at the helm of his subsidised magazine—with a cosy office paid for by the tax-payer—he’s content to drift along quoting poetry, lingering over long...


The Blast that Tears the Skies

by J. D. Davies

1665. The land is at war and plague stalks London, but conspiracies against King Charles II are rife. Captain Matthew Quinton finds himself thrust unexpectedly into the midst of the deadliest of them when he...


Sea of Ink

by Richard Weihe & Jamie Bulloch

A beautiful novella in 50 short chapters and 10 pictures about the life of Bada Shanren, the most influential Chinese painter of all times. In 1626, Bada Shanren is born into the Chinese royal family. When the...


Next World Novella

by Matthias Politycki

Germany’s master of wit and irony now for the first time in English.

Hinrich takes his existence at face value. His wife, on the other hand, has always been more interested in the after-life. Or so it seemed....


Portrait of the Mother as a Young Woman

by Friedrich Christian Delius

Rome one January afternoon in 1943. A young German woman is on her way to listen to a Bach concert at the Lutheran church. Innocent and naïve, the war is for her little more than a day-dream, until she realizes...


My Best Friend Has Issues

by Laura Marney

"Darkly funny and even shocking at times, this is a holiday read that’ll snap you out of your poolside doziness and have you shaking your head in disbelief. In a good way.” – Heat Magazine. What did I know...


Only Strange People Go to Church

by Laura Marney

“Divine comedy... a joyous celebration of human imperfection” – Louise Welsh. Maria’s job is to support Blue Group, an unruly crew of service users. But she might just have bitten off more than she can...


No Wonder I Take a Drink

by Laura Marney

Voted one of the 20 best Scottish books of all time in The List magazine. “A biting laugh-out-loud satire" (Louise Welsh) Digitally remastered with author revision, new edit & BONUS creative writing masterclass...


Shattered Lives: Broken... Through Sex, Violence, Religion and Betrayal

by Marian Phair

This is a tortuous tale about tragic orphan Amie, a young girl on the verge of womanhood. She meets handsome, desirable Ralph and falls madly in love, sadly, events conspire against her, and her journey has...


Freedom Fries and Cafe Creme

by Jocelyne Rapinac

This delicious story collection brings together a cast of characters from both sides of the Atlantic. All of them share a genuine delight in good food, and each of their stories captures a moment when love is...


Blind Sunflowers

by Alberto Mendez

This novel is set during the Spanish war. Four subtly connected stories, narrated with the same language but with the individual styles of the different narrators that shape the true main protagonist of this...


Gather Yourselves Together

by Philip K. Dick

A steamy tale of two men and a woman isolated by circumstance but alienated from each other by the past in an early mainstream novel from the award-winning Philip K. Dick.