Ellen Forney is a bipolar cartoonist, and her graphic memoir Marbles covers her diagnosis at the age of 30 and what came next.
Books published by Constable
Since the Renaissance, Western – particularly American – society has often been described as being predicated on the supremacy of the individual.
When a tabloid reporter doorsteps her husband with his mistress, the resulting fracas sees her arrested and spending a night in a prison cell.
Mike Bowditch knows his father’s failings all too well: Vietnam changed a friendly boy into a withdrawn and unpredictable man. Jack Bowditch is now a poacher, a drinker and a fighter. He sleeps around and split from Mike’s mother many years ago.
Described by the author as a "cheerful history of sex", this is a quirky but fascinating look at sex throughout the ages from Classical depictions, famous lovers and scientific studies, to notorious scandals and censorship.
Agatha Raisin returns for her 23rd outing and this time she is in love with her gardener – as are half the women in the village.
In 1976 Robert Whiting went to work in Japan and came to know an Italian restaurant owner from East Harlem named Nick Zappetti.
It is impossible to deny the impact of social media sites and services in people’s lives.
Dear Lupin is a collection of sharp-witted letters from a respectable father to his unpredictable son.
Following his successful Royal Institution Christmas Lectures in 2011, The Self Illusion is the new work from Bruce Hood who claims that there is no 'self' as we understand it that acts and thinks with free will.