Winner of the Booker Prize in 1985, The Bone People is the story of Kerewin, a despairing part-Maori artist who is convinced that her solitary life is the only way to face the world. Her cocoon is rudely blown away by the sudden a
A small town divided by prejudice. A secret that won't remain silent... The unforgettable new novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Silent Sister and Big Lies in a Small Town is a gripping Book Club read that will
A powerfully life-affirming story of the wonder of nature, the ties of family, and the healing power of love from bestselling novelist and national treasure Alan Titchmarsh***An ordinary life. An extraordinary choice. Adam Gabriel
For years, the residents of Lake Haven, Wisconsin ignored the whispered troubles about the Chao family, if only to keep eating at the best restaurant in town. But when tyrannical patriarch 'Big' Leo Chao is found frozen to death i
A powerful and beautiful Syrian novel set in Aleppo during the early days of the civil war that followed the Arab Spring. 'Masterful... Kaleidoscopic: personal and collective, serendipitous and fatalistic, marked by a bitter irony
Miri thinks she has got her wife back, when Leah finally returns after a deep sea mission that ended in catastrophe. It soon becomes clear, though, that Leah may have come back wrong. Whatever happened in that vessel, whatever it
What if the person you thought you'd lost forever walked back into your life?On a sunny morning in March 1987, four-year-old Stephen Nelson welcomes his new baby sister, Emily. Holding her for the first time, he vows to love and p
'It takes the most ferocious intelligence, skill, and a deep reservoir of sadness to write a novel as funny as this. I adored it' - MEG MASON'A devastating treat of a novel: funny, furious, dark and delicious' - SARAH WATERSThe lo
From the acclaimed author of Immigrant, Montana comes a one-of-a-kind novel about memory, politics, a world of lies, and the ways in which truth can be not only stranger than fiction, but a fiction of its own. 'A shimmering assaul
'Ella Baxter's debut novel is drenched in sex and death . . .
there's also much love . . .
An intense, viscerally affecting book, with the quotient of tenderness to violence in an equal scale.' Sydney Morning HeraldAmelia is no
From the author of the modern classic A Little Life, a bold, brilliant novel spanning three centuries and three different versions of the American experiment, about lovers, family, loss and the elusive promise of utopia. In an alt
'An astonishingly accomplished debut - the Brennans leap fully formed onto the page in this brilliantly judged novel of the intricacies of family life . . .Wholly engrossing.' - Cathy KellySome secrets you keep from your family.
'A wonderfully written story of art, but also of obsession, friendship and love - I absolutely adored this novel' Jillian Cantor, author of The Lost Letter and In Another Time'Oh, my god, I love this book! Extraordinarily inventiv
A new novel about art, love, loss and time from the author of Motherhood and How Should A Person Be?Here we are, just living in the first draft of creation, which was made by some great artist, who is now getting ready to tear it
'Deeply humane, quietly devastating, mesmerisingly beautiful.' Olivia Sudjic'Haunting, irresistible.' Brandon Taylor'Marvelous.' Lauren GroffA student moves to the city to research Gothic nudes, renting an apartment from a painter