'Why should people care about a murder during war time?' Two men attempt to solve the killing of a young boy during the Irish War of Independence in 1920.
The never before told story of George Orwell’s first wife, a woman who shaped, supported and even saved the life of one of the 20th century’s greatest writers.
Not Speaking is a lively and unusual family memoir, and a slice of social history.
Detective Frederick Street loves his son Elvis: Elvis detests his dad: each wants to shake the other down over a bent cocaine deal involving porn impresario, Wade Long, and Shoreditch spiv, James Maroon.
A Small Fiction is an illustrated collection of 150 tiny stories, each told in 140 characters or less.
A history of hellraisers told in twenty biographies
A story about a family torn apart by obsession and the need to rebel against a violent regime, set in a broken, dystopian Britain
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 Cartography of Others is a collection of short stories that explores the geography of the body and the migration of the heart
The first book to explore Byron's eating disorder, his father hunger and his rationale – Anorexia Heroica
A tale of two families torn apart by hidden debts of love...
A black comedy about love, loss, the death of dreams, failure, bad TV, bad jokes, brutalist buildings. And Birmingham.
A story of love, war and betrayal among the ruins of Ypres - a WW1 tale with a twist
A novel about the costs of peace – and whether family or conscience should come first
Caravaggio in Glasgow: A Tale of Art, Insanity and Irn Bru
History and folklore collide when a 17th century alchemist discovers there are supernatural forces at work as England slides inexorably towards Civil War
"The I is a thing of the moment, and yet our lives are ruled by it. We cannot rid ourselves of this inexistent thing." (John Gray, Straw Dogs, 2002) A novel on the nature of the self
A fabulous, funny, sharp, outrageous satire about the deadly dark side of discrimination
A coming-of-age Graphic Novel about expression, rebellion, ambition and acceptance painted against the backdrop of Mumbai's ever changing and evolving street-culture
Owen Treadwell has a bad habit of focusing on his past. Soon it will be time for him to finally focus on his future
In Truth, Madness is the fictional story of a correspondent driven to despair by the Middle East and South Asia. A reporter strives to find the truth. The more truth they find, the more maddening the world becomes
A beautiful illustrated edition of the prize-winning novel
A new and handsomely illustrated translation of the Arthurian mediaeval masterpiece.
A fast-paced literary thriller that exposes Britain’s darkest secret
How much can one person change you?
Billy's a clone of William Shakespeare. So is Bill. Neither of them know that the other one exists. Today they're going to meet.
A tale of love, betrayal and swimming based on the true stories of champion Victorian women.
Based on the true story of Adolf Hitler’s best friend of adolescence and his roommate in Vienna
A novel by Adam Roberts adapted from an original script by Anthony Burgess.