The Meal Of Fortune

Philip Brady

The worlds of arms dealing, espionage and TV cookery collide in a fast moving comedy caper

102% funded

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Midland

James Flint

A tale of two families torn apart by hidden debts of love...

100% funded

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Mister Woodreeve's Reflection

Robert Bluck

Can the secrets be unravelled if they share the impossible things they have seen?

101% funded

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Monsters

Raphaela Weissman

A relentless portrait of a family on the brink of chaos, as they struggle to care for each other under the weight of fear.

100% funded

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The Moor

Sam Haysom

A group of 13-year-old boys go hiking on the moors of South West England -- and gradually begin to disappear, one by one.

104% funded

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The Mule

David Quantick

Sex, Paris, murder, an imaginary world and an untranslatable book

105% funded

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A Murder Of Crows

Ian Skewis

A psychological crime thriller set in Scotland

122% funded

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A Murder To Die For

Stevyn Colgan

A darkly comic farce about a murder at a murder mystery festival

118% funded

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Narcissism For Beginners

Martine McDonagh

Formerly 'Things We Can't Undo' - Sonny was five when he last saw his mother. At 21, he sets off on a journey to find her.

107% funded

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New Times

Matt Jordan

Politics and culture, naïvete and cynicism among ’80s radicals, ’90s Blairites and beyond, from Manchester to London to the verges of Putin's Russia

101% funded

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News from Gardenia

Robert Llewellyn

A sci-fi novel by the star of Red Dwarf set 200 years in the future

125% funded

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News from the Clouds

Robert Llewellyn

Time-travelling Gavin Meckler reaches his third and final alternative future

120% funded

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News from the Squares

Robert Llewellyn

The brilliant sequel to News from Gardenia

112% funded

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Night Time Cool

Jamie Paradise

Detective Frederick Street loves his son Elvis: Elvis detests his dad: each wants to shake the other down over a bent cocaine deal involving porn impresario, Wade Long, and Shoreditch spiv, James Maroon.

105% funded

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Odette

Jessica Duchen

Odette, Swan Lake’s enchanted swan princess, is still trying to break her spell

103% funded

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Oh, I Do Like To Be...

Marie Phillips

Billy's a clone of William Shakespeare. So is Bill. Neither of them know that the other one exists. Today they're going to meet.

109% funded

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On The House

Helen Maskew

A tale of murder, suicide and the treatment of inmates in a small Suffolk workhouse in 1838

100% funded

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The Optimist

Sophie Kipner

A delusional girl’s very misguided search for love

111% funded

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The Other Things

Jonathan Dransfield

An extraordinary story of how six children became the first astronauts to go to Mars.

118% funded

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The Outer Circle

Ian Ridley

Set in the week following the London Olympics, this novel imagines an attack on London Central Mosque and follows five people caught up in its aftermath

100% funded

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The Pagoda Tree

Claire Scobie

An epic novel set in eighteenth-century India about love, loss and exile, and the fate of individuals when two cultures collide

105% funded

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The Passing Tribute

Simon Marshall

A plot to assassinate the last Habsburg Emperor reveals the competing visions for Austria at the end of WW1

103% funded

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Picture This

Tobsha Learner

A literary thriller set in the art world of New York

105% funded

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Pimple

Ryan Weeks

Pimple is the tale of a new app – an Uber for the sex trade – and of the disruption that its rise to prominence causes to the lives of London’s prostitutes and pimps

101% funded

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Pompey

Jonathan Meades

The 20th anniversary edition of Meades' postwar masterpiece

171% funded

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The Pumilio Child

Judy McInerney

A dark Renaissance thriller exposing one of history's most depraved secrets

107% funded

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Seas of Snow

Kerensa Jennings

A psychological thriller that explores whether evil is born or made

112% funded

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The Second Death of Daedalus Mole

Niall Slater

Daedalus Mole has made some mistakes, but taking a wanted fugitive on an interstellar pub crawl is definitely the second-worst

106% funded

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Senseless

Anna Lickley

Senseless is at heart an illustration of the messy unpredictability of love and life and the resilience of the human spirit.

102% funded

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