Books published by Cornerstone

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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.

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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

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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.

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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.

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In his brilliant debut novel Hugh Howey builds a dystopian world populated by vividly drawn characters that places you right in the middle of an underground silo.

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