The Quarry is the final novel of the late Scottish writer Iain Banks.
At age 38 Laura Quinn is rapidly approaching spinsterhood – a state to be avoided at all costs, especially in 1975.
Struan Robertson has never been to England.
Described as a time-travel romantic-comedy set within the shadowy world of film noir, this rather eclectic and somewhat composite description encapsulates the originality and eclecticism of Kim Izz
Modern day America is split by the growing hostility to a minority group known as Lycans – half human, half werewolf – not helped by a small band of protesters whose actions become increasingly vio
The Orphan Choir is the story of Louise, a Cambridge mum with a noisy neighbour who is keeping her awake.
Rossiter’s debut novel seamlessly blends the lives and loves of Alice and her mother, Violet – an impressive feat when Alice’s story emerges from the wreckage of an Indian tsunami in 1971 and Viole
Mary Hooper’s new novel is a historical romp through early 19th century England, from rural Devon to the streets of London and Newgate prison.
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