By 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
By James Ellis
Sometimes, for one’s own sanity, it’s best to rip up an entire life and start again. The question is: whose life? And who does the ripping?
By Norma Clarke
Not Speaking is a lively and unusual family memoir, and a slice of social history.
Not From Above!
By Alexander Mayor
Let Sleeping Dogs Lie
By Elfan Jones
A story of crime and murder – but in the midst of the mayhem, true love may blossom, good could win out and there might even be a happily ever after.
Not So Fast
By Mark Kamine
Gentrification on the block, showman in the White House, ethics gone. Coming of age in the 1980s.
No Lipstick in Lebanon
By Paul Timblick with Fasika Sorssa
High-rise hell: an Ethiopian maid’s frantic scramble for life in the Middle East
On The House
By Helen Maskew
A tale of murder, suicide and the treatment of inmates in a small Suffolk workhouse in 1838
The Wall In The Head
By Christopher Beanland
A black comedy about love, loss, the death of dreams, failure, bad TV, bad jokes, brutalist buildings. And Birmingham.
Apple Island Wife: Escape to Tasmania
By Fiona Stocker
What happens when you move to Tasmania on a hunch, with a husband who aspires to be an alpaca whisperer and a feral cockerel? Can you cook the cockerel for dinner, or has it got rigor mortis?
A Small Dark Quiet
By Miranda Gold
Is it possible to replace a life?
Innocents To The Slaughter
1838, a year after the Seddon union affair, Hudson and Lawes are on the case of illegal child labour and, even worse, baby-farming, among the mills and moorland of Bingley, Yorkshire.