Fiction

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 Sun Walks Down

Fiona McFarlane

In September 1883, a small town in the South Australian outback huddles under strange, vivid sunsets. Six-year-old Denny Wallace has gone missing during a dust storm, and the entire community is caugh…


What The Stars Owe To The Night

Anne-Gaëlle Huon

They say there is no such thing as chance, only encounters. Liz, a talented and accomplished chef discovers this when she travels to the Basque country, following in her mother’s footsteps. In a small…


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…


Another Mother

Susan Spindler

“Moving and exciting and moral – immensely intelligent.” — Tessa Hadley Ruth Furnival is a successful television executive with a perfect life: a nice house in London, a lawyer husband and two grown-u…


The Northern Reach

W.S. Winslow

Frozen in grief after the loss of her son at sea, Edith Baines stares across the water at a schooner, under full sail yet motionless in the winter wind and surging tide of the Northern Reach. Edith se…


Twilight of the Beasts

Marc Levy

“An episode of Casa de Papel meets Mission Impossible… if you’re not worried about an all-nighter, read Twilight of the Beasts…” -BFM TV, Première Edition Maya has disappeared. It’s a race against…


Lullaby Beach

Stella Duffy

When Lucy discovers the body of her great aunt Kitty, with a puzzling note and empty pill bottles by her bed, she can’t believe that the formidable woman who held her family together is gone – or unde…


Landslide

Susan Conley

After a fishing accident leaves her husband hospitalized across the border in Canada, Jill is left to look after her teenage boys–“the wolves”–alone. Nothing comes easy in their remote corner of Maine…


PENELOPE’S VOYAGE

Marie Robert

A philosophical journey – a modern-day Sophie’s World. Penelope, you are not here by accident. “You want to feel something, your heart burns, your mind is beset with thoughts, but you refuse to go any…