Seas of Snow

Kerensa Jennings

A psychological thriller that explores whether evil is born or made

112% funded

Published

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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The Star Witness

Andy Hamilton

The comedy legend’s first novel charts a TV soap star’s descent into disgrace and his attempts to recover his dignity

135% funded

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The Story of John Nightly

Tot Taylor

A novel about the rise and fall of a 70s musical prodigy

111% 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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Domini Mortum

Paul Holbrook

A supernatural murder mystery novel set in late Victorian London.

105% funded

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Blind Side

Jennie Ensor

A thriller set in London during the time of the 7/7 terror attacks

104% 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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Ghost Variations

Jessica Duchen

The strangest detective story in the history of music

129% funded

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A Murder Of Crows

Ian Skewis

A psychological crime thriller set in Scotland

122% funded

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Dead Writers in Rehab

Paul Bassett Davies

The only thing worse than waking up with the hangover from hell is waking up with a hangover in hell

113% funded

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The Karma Farmers

Pierre Hollins

A crime thriller, an existential mystery, a love story

105% funded

Published

Midland

James Flint

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

100% funded

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The Pumilio Child

Judy McInerney

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

107% funded

Published

Tatterdemalion

Sylvia Linsteadt and Rima Staines

A post-apocalyptic novel rooted deep in the folkloric traditions of Old Europe, and set in a wildly re-imagined Northern California

141% 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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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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Dazzling The Gods

Tom Vowler

A brother returns from exile to stir up the past. A widower observes his daughter blossoming amid the carnage of war. A short story collection

102% funded

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The Wall In The Head

Christopher Beanland

A black comedy about love, loss, the death of dreams, failure, bad TV, bad jokes, brutalist buildings. And Birmingham.

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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The Wrong Story

James Ellis

A cartoonist awakes to find his characters' lives more real than his own

104% funded

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Echo Hall

Virginia Moffatt

Three generations of women experience love, loss and conflict in times of war

118% funded

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Distortion

Gautam Malkani

One young carer, three identities - and the mother of all shitstorms

102% funded

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The Glorious Dead

Tim Atkinson

A story of love, war and betrayal among the ruins of Ypres - a WW1 tale with a twist

104% funded

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Ghosts In The Machine

John Auckland

A novel about one woman's fear of dying and her relentless pursuit of eternal life

103% funded

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Fifteen Minutes

Erinna Mettler

Celebrity culture is rife but the best stories belong to ordinary people.

102% 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 Sewing Machine

Natalie Fergie

3 secrets. 27 notebooks. 4 generations. 1 blog. Millions of stitches.

116% funded

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Between the Regions of Kindness

Alice Jolly

A novel about the costs of peace – and whether family or conscience should come first

102% funded

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The Fox of Richmond Park

Kate Dreyer

If the Animals of Farthing Wood had lived in London and hated each other a little bit more, their story may have been a lot like this one.

102% funded

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