When a vulnerable young woman goes missing, her girlfriend discovers how little she knows of life, love, and London.
Married to a Cave Man is a heartfelt comic novel about the various contracts of modern marriage, the chaotic effects of parenthood, and the ways in which men and women are fundamentally similar, yet frighteningly different.
A nature book, but not quite like any you’ll have read before
More Terrible Old Games You've Probably Never Heard Of
A dark, funny and feminist debut short story collection
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
A comprehensive account of the landmark events which shaped the transgender community over the last five decades, told through a series of essays by real experts who were there and can describe the knock-on effects today
How to change your life by changing the world
A novel that traces a young woman’s descent into madness and violence in the worlds of international aid and diplomacy
How the boy from Wolverhampton rocked the world with Slade
What does it mean to care about the deaths of distant strangers? What does it take to bear the loss of a child?
A thriller based on a true story of courage, complicity and murder
From one of the world’s leading experts on poetry, a collection of poems
The worlds of arms dealing, espionage and TV cookery collide in a fast moving comedy caper
A guide to help you reconnect with the seasons, through gardening, eating seasonally, moon gazing, foraging, celebrating feast days and picking bunches of seasonal flowers
From the writer and co-founder of openDemocracy, a forensic and sweeping polemic
Would you let a robot care for your elderly mother – and what would the robot want in return?
A composite comic novel; thirteen interconnected stories that take place over forty years. Its setting is Blindefellows, a second rate public school in the West Country
The final book in his medieval adventure trilogy
Spanning Victorian Oxford to the London of the 1980s, “All the Perverse Angels” is a novel about the nature of loss and the confusion of love, about the stories we are told and the stories we tell ourselves
A powerful memoir about love and loss
A woman abandoned in a deadly forest is forced to fight for her survival
The young Dominic de Silva tries to forge his own path through the lost world of the 1960s and 1970s
A fable for all ages about a mirror which reflects an alternative world
A memoir about fighting cancer and gambling
How to Survive School, Parents and Everything Else That’s Unfair in Life
Ben Again is the inspirational memoir of traumatic brain injury survivor Ben Clench from Sussex
An illustrated insight into the world of the artist, cartoonist and prolific tweeter
The Last Truth is about denial and the burden of unwanted responsibility. The damage caused leads a divided family to violence, destruction, and understanding
A collection of 50 improvised recipes inspired by Islington’s independent food shops