Fiction

The Hive

H.R. Hyde

So long as they pay everything up front – which amounts to their entire life’s savings. They decide this leap of faith is just the thing they need; Leon needs time and solitude to write his novel, and…


Prisoners of the Past

Marc Levy

Since World War II, the Invisibles group, run by Norman Cooper and his friend Kuma Takara, has tracked down people who have gone missing in major conflicts, piecing together what happened in the days…


Nemesis

Anthony Stone

Nemesis stars Mickey Bale, a close protection officer at the Met, who is tasked with guarding the Defence Minister, just as Chinese-British relations hit boiling point. In a dangerous political climat…


We Are The Brennans

Tracey Lange

In the same vein as J. Courtney Sullivan and Mary Beth Keane, We Are the Brennans explores the staying power of shame and loyalty in an Irish Catholic family torn apart by secrets. When 30-year-old Su…


Red Traitor

Owen Matthews

Alexander Vasin returns in the stunning new thriller from Owen Matthews, set against the background of the Cuban Missile Crisis. MOSCOW. SUMMER. 1962: Alexander Vasin is a Moscow homicide detective se…


Night Came with Many Stars

Simon Van Booy

“Simon Van Booy’s spellbinding novel is told with an exquisite and poetic delicacy, imbued with a profound compassion for the humanity of its characters. It is a gorgeously written, deeply moving triu…


Our Happy Days

Adélaïde de Clermont-Tonnerre

“For thirty years, Edouard Vian and Laure Brankovic were the most notorious couple in European cinema. Amidst divorces and remarriages, they made thirty films, and one child: that child was me. They a…


The Beauty of Impossible Things

Rachel Donohue

Foresight is not always a gift… The summer Natasha Rothwell turns fifteen, strange dancing lights appear in the sky above her small town, lights that she interprets as portents of doom. Natasha leads…


The Sun Walks Down

Fiona McFarlane

An expansive and visionary novel, centered around one of Australia’s oldest stories – the child lost in the wilderness, The Sun Walks Down weaves an exploratory story of unsettlement, told in many way…


Apuleius’ The Golden Ass

Peter Singer

Peter Singer has breathed new life into Apuleius’ Golden Ass—a hilarious, bawdy tale and one of the earliest novels—accentuating its remarkable empathy for animals. Apuleius’s The Golden Ass, one of a…