By James Flint
A tale of two families torn apart by hidden debts of love...
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.
On The House
By Helen Maskew
A tale of murder, suicide and the treatment of inmates in a small Suffolk workhouse in 1838
By Jennifer Pierce
Reunited as teenagers, two childhood friends discover the secrets and complexities of their image-obsessed hometown
By 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.
The Burning Hill
By A.D. Flint
Robbed and shot on Copacabana Beach, a young British soldier sets out to save the favela kid who nearly killed him:
Bobby Denise Is Reigning Rampant
By Daniel Ross
The darkly comic story of a retired Las Vegas stage magician and big cat enthusiast, dragged back into the spotlight by the consequences of one huge mistake.
By Norman Okello and Theo Hollander
A memoir of innocence lost and humanity regained in northern Uganda
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?
By Chris Limb
The equally absurd worlds of modern celebrity and ancient mythology collide when pop singer Genie searches for her dead lover in the afterlife
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.