Books published by Corvus
Unlike our European cousins the British are more inclined towards a nice cup of tea and a moan than riots and revolution so it is surprising that novelists have not made more of one of the most turbulent and exciting times in British history - the Civil War period of the 17th Century.
Toby Barlow's second novel, following his eclectic debut novel-in-verse Sharp Teeth, was bound to be bizarre – albeit in the best possible way.
Crazy Rich Asians is a slick satire on the extravagant lifestyles of the super-rich in China and Singapore.
Save Yourself is a thriller about consequences and damaged families perfect for fans of Gillian Flynn.
Elisabeth Gifford’s debut novel is an enthralling piece of storytelling set in the remote and beautiful Outer Hebrides, featuring family secrets, folklore and mystery.
The residents of a small Kentucky town are kept in check by their class, their race and their popularity. But they each harbour secret desires and regrets, some even secret to themselves.
Eleven-year-old Ruth sits at the bedroom window with her brother and sister on New Year’s Eve and announces that a bad thing will happen in the coming year.
Nick Rennison’s Carver’s Quest is an old-fashioned rollicking Boys Own Adventure-style story set in 1870, when the British Empire was at its height.
Joschi Molnar was a womaniser, a romantic, a free-spirit and most-importantly, a fabulous liar.
The third instalment in Gordon Ferris' Douglas Brodie crime series is a monochrome tale which casts aside its rose-tinted spectacles to explore human nature at its very worst and best.
The Sixth Soul is a classic police procedural with a difference – the protagonist isn't a hard-drinking loner.