Save for the occasional thriller stopping off in Grozny for local colour, Chechnya, the Russian republic that didn't get away as the Eastern Bloc splintered, has been an omission from the English-l
One of the first lessons drummed into us as children is the absolute wrongness of lying.
In 1988, Joe Coutts is a young man living with his family on a reservation in North Dakota.
Philip Kazan’s first novel is a luscious feast for the imagination set in late 15th-century Florence.
The author of We Need to Talk About Kevin is back with another poignantly and astutely written novel of the modern age which focuses on obesity.
In 1960s New York the city is decaying as old traditions clash with a new, more bohemian lifestyle.
Losing a child to abduction is every family’s nightmare, and a child coming home safely is something too often taken for granted.
With simple yet elegant recipes that place vegetables in the starring role, including delicious dishes like ratatouille, onion tart, tomatoes with rice and walnut stuffing, pesto, celeriac remoulad
Esther is 15 and lives in a seaside town, within a family seemingly wracked by more than its fair share of tensions.
At age 38 Laura Quinn is rapidly approaching spinsterhood – a state to be avoided at all costs, especially in 1975.
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