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by Rupert Thomson

A sorcerer in wax. A fugitive. Haunted by a past he cannot escape. Threatened by a future he cannot imagine.


Zummo, a Sicilian sculptor, is summoned by Cosimo III to join the Medici court. Late seventeenth-century...

Until You're Mine: A Novel

DCI Lorraine Fisher #1

by Samantha Hayes

You're alone. You're vulnerable. And you have something that someone else wants. At any cost.


Claudia Morgan-Brown finally has it all. Pregnant with a much-wanted first baby of her own, she has a happily established...

The Saint John's Fern

Roger the Chapman #9

by Kate SedleyXXX & Kate Sedley

It is October 1477 and Roger the Chapman, newly married and still enjoying wedded bliss in Bristol, England, is surprised to find his old, familiar feeling of restlessness returning. Within a month he is setting...

Amendment of Life

Sloan & Crosby #19

by Catherine Aird

For decades, Catherine Aird’s crime novels featuring C.D. Sloan have been beloved by fans and lauded by critics for their adroit plotting, playful wit, and literate charm. With Amendment of Life, Aird delivers...

Alice in Exile

by Piers Paul Read

By critically acclaimed author Piers Paul Read, Alice in Exile is an exquisite historical novel featuring Alice Fry--a free-thinking and independent-minded woman in a world ruled by men--and the two men who...

The Rain-Soaked Bride

The Clown Service #2

by Guy Adams


Toby Greene is part of The Clown Service, a mostly forgotten branch of British Intelligence tasked with fighting paranormal threats.

However, the Rain-Soaked...

The Hive Construct

by Alexander Maskill

Situated deep in the Sahara Desert, New Cairo is a city built on technology – from the huge, life-giving solar panels that keep it functioning in a radically changed, resource-scarce world to the artificial...

City of the Iron Fish

by Simon Ings

Simon Ings has written a surreal adventure probing the very fabric of existence, tearing it open to reveal a sometimes horrifying world within. It is a work that will delight any fan of China Mieville. Only...

The Nigger of the Narcissus: A Tale of the Sea

by Joseph Conrad

Often overlooked because of its controversial title, this novel from Joseph Conrad features a black West Indian protagonist, James Wait, who serves as a sailor on the merchant vessel known as Narcissus. Wait...

The Arrow of Gold: A Story Between Two Notes

by Joseph Conrad

During his lifetime, Polish-born Joseph Conrad emerged as one of the masters of English prose. Best known for works such as The Heart of Darkness and Lord Jim, many of Conrad's tales focus on seafaring men and...


by Kerry Hudson

From the prize-winning author of Tony Hogan Bought Me An Ice-Cream Float Before He Stole My Ma

London, in the frayed heat of summer. Alena is shoplifting shoes when Dave catches her in the act and so begins an...

Catherine of Lyonesse

by Rick Robinson

Rebel. Prisoner. Princess.

When the crown prince of Lyonesse is assassinated, his fiery daughter, Catherine, is taken to Aquitaine, where she is raised at the royal court and given two ladies-in-waiting to protect...


by Joseph Conrad

Immerse yourself in a world devised by two masters of twentieth century fiction, Joseph Conrad and Ford Maddox Ford. Second in a series of three collaborations between the two writers, Romance combines elements...

In the Light of What We Know

James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Fiction 2014

by Zia Haider Rahman

A bold, epic debut novel set during the war and financial crisis that defined the beginning of our century

One September morning in 2008, an investment banker approaching forty, his career in collapse and his...

Tales of Hearsay

by Joseph Conrad

Although English was not his native tongue, Polish-born Joseph Conrad honed his language skills over his lifetime and would eventually become enshrined as one of the masters of English literature. As a sailor,...

Chop Chop: A Novel

by Simon Wroe

Kirkus Review

“Arch comedy . . . Dave Eggers channels Anthony Bourdain.”

An outrageously funny and original debut set in the fast-paced and treacherous world of a restaurant kitchen

Fresh out of university...

Dark Eden: A Novel

Arthur C. Clarke Award 2013

by Chris Beckett

On the alien, sunless planet they call Eden, the 532 members of the Family shelter beneath the light and warmth of the Forest’s lantern trees. Beyond the Forest lie the mountains of the Snowy Dark and a cold...

The Lie

by Helen Dunmore

From award-winning novelist, Helen Dunmore, comes The Lie; a spellbinding tale of love, remembrance, and deception, set against the backdrop of World War I.

Cornwall, 1920. Infantry officer Daniel Branwell has...

Mr. Loverman

by Bernardine Evaristo

A groundbreaking, hilarious novel about two elder gay Caribbean men coming to terms with being closeted in a changing world.

Dead People

DS Glyn Capaldi #2

by Ewart Hutton

Detective Sergeant Glyn Capaldi, in disgrace and exiled from Cardiff to the deep heart of rural Wales, is called to the discovery of a human skeleton at a remote site in the hills during excavation work for...