A novel that will bring you to the dark heart of Singapore's maid culture
John Mitchinson (editor)
Stories inspired by the notorious barred list from the Half Moon in Herne Hill
Deserter presents: Today South London, Tomorrow South London
Andrew Grumbridge and Vincent Raison
A humorous guide to the less beaten paths of London, south of the river
The Other Things
An extraordinary story of how six children became the first astronauts to go to Mars.
The Iron Bird
A novel that takes the premise of ANIMAL FARM and applies it to the life of Margaret Thatcher.
Arbitrary and Unnecessary
The debut collection of comedy short stories, poems and plays by writer, comedian and national poetry slam champion Daniel Piper.
The Death and Life of Red Henley
A contemporary noir novel set against the decaying façade of 1980’s New York and a religious commune staked out in the Tennessee countryside. But what connects them both and who killed Red and why?
Scenes of Moderate Violence
A collection of poems ranging from the funny to the frightening
From the Emmy Award-winning writer, a novel about an Antiques Whisperer and forgery hunter on the trail of a mysterious document
The End of Magic
A sweeping fantasy of magic's ending; a new name to set alongside Jen Williams and Den Patrick.
Owen Treadwell has a bad habit of focusing on his past. Soon it will be time for him to finally focus on his future
The Atlantis Deception
Lost cities, secret societies, Nazi archaeology and Atlantis. Join Dr John Hunter in his unrelenting quest to unveil the hidden and explosive beginnings to civilisation.
If it's all you've ever known, if there is no comparable, then is it bad? In a post-apocalyptic world where would your moral compass sit?!
Purple People is a jolly dystopia, telling the story of an outlandish scheme to curtail crime and anti-social behaviour - by dyeing offenders purple - and the news-loving lass who investigates it
The Passing Tribute
A plot to assassinate the last Habsburg Emperor reveals the competing visions for Austria at the end of WW1
I Went For a Walk
Gabriel Stewart decided to walk 1,000 miles around the UK on his gap year. This is the story of how it all went spectacularly wrong.
How what scares us, makes us.
A novel about time and ageing, love and opera, set in a Venice that's constantly changing and forever stays the same
The Third Wheel
Michael J. Ritchie
Dexter has a complex over the fact that all his friends are getting married and moving in with their partners – but when aliens invade, it puts a lot of things into perspective.
Senseless is at heart an illustration of the messy unpredictability of love and life and the resilience of the human spirit.
A novel for M R James fans who sometimes want something a little more modern and edgy from their weird fiction
Odette, Swan Lake’s enchanted swan princess, is still trying to break her spell
Politics and culture, naïvete and cynicism among ’80s radicals, ’90s Blairites and beyond, from Manchester to London to the verges of Putin's Russia
East of England
Sharp and atmospheric; a rural take on the noir thriller. A vivid new voice.
No-one is a bigger fan of actor Thomas Cassidy than Libby. No-one. That's why she's totally going to marry him
The Wall In The Head
A black comedy about love, loss, the death of dreams, failure, bad TV, bad jokes, brutalist buildings. And Birmingham.
Green Gold: The lost journals of John Jeffrey
160 years after the disappearance of a promising young explorer, the discovery of his missing journals finally reveals the truth behind an extraordinary adventure
The Burning Hill
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
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.
Apple Island Wife: Escape to Tasmania
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?