The final novel from the late Queen of Crime Ruth Rendell (who died in May 2015) is an immersive psychological suspense told with a dash of deliciously dark humour.
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In Sebastian Faulks’s thirteenth novel his trademark themes of war, love and memory coalesce through the story of a middle-aged psychiatrist discovering the truth about his father’s death.
Amaterasu is a haunted woman, widowed and living in self-imposed exile in America. She has resisted learning English and spends more time with a whiskey bottle than she cares to admit. She considers herself responsible for her daughter’s death and guilt has consumed her for 40 years.
Set around a large London communal garden with its mix of houses and apartments and community of residents, it's a place where families feel safe, a haven of safe play for their children. It’s the end of the residents’ annual community garden party, a perfect summer’s day of g
When To Kill a Mockingbird was first published in 1960, no one could have predicted the effect the novel would have on the world.
The Unfortunates tells the story of the Somner family, a modern upper-class dynasty in New York, fraying at the edges as they hold tight to their precious, uncertain heritage.
Have you ever wondered what heaven is like? Now you can find out in Neil Smith’s debut novel, Boo. After waking up in a strange bed, Oliver "Boo" Dalrymple discovers that he is in fact in heaven, or at least, he’s in a section of it.