'Nostalgic' The Independent'Heart-warming' Platinum 'Uplifting' Cosmopolitan 'Beautiful' Stylist 'Quirky' Best If you could go back in time to find answers to the past, would you? For Faye, the answer is yes. There is nothing she
'A voice that shakes the walls of the old literary comfort zone' The New Yorker 'Goes toe to toe with the original then surpasses it. A masterwork' Marlon James, Booker Prize-winning author of a Brief History of Seven Killings'Fie
*An Evening Standard Must Read, Grazia Best Book of 2021 and Independent Debut Not to Miss*'Beautifully written, this is a book of real hope and connection' StylistDid you ever have a friend who made you see the world differently?
From the bestselling author of When All is Said comes a delicious new novel about a young woman who can hear the dead - a talent which is both a gift and a curse. Jeanie Masterson has a gift: she can hear the recently dead and giv
LONGLISTED FOR THE WOMEN'S PRIZE FOR FICTION 2021As heard on BBC Radio 4's Front Row'A voraciously knowing, compulsively readable novel' Chris Kraus'Tremendously funny and sexy as hell' Juliet Jacques'I loved this very smart book
A mother and daughter travel from abroad to meet in Tokyo: they walk along the canals through the autumn evenings, escape the typhoon rains, share meals in small cafes and restaurants, and visit galleries to see some of the city's
SHORTLISTED FOR THE GORDON BURN PRIZEMrs Death tells her intoxicating story in this life-affirming fire-starter of a novelMrs Death has had enough. She is exhausted by her job and now seeks someone to unburden her conscience to. S
LONGLISTED FOR THE WOMEN'S PRIZE FOR FICTION'Blistering... The most truthful exploration of sisterhood I have enjoyed since Fleabag' The Times'So, so clever and so concise yet just goes into the most profound issues in such depth'
Two lonely bookworms. An unexpected friendship. A library that needs their help 'A touching story of a friendship between a troubled teenager, a yoga-practising farming woman in her seventies and a local library.
'A gleeful, page-flipping read' Observer'The ultimate summer escape' New York TimesOne wrong move, one misstep, and the course of a life can be changed for ever. Annie Perry is born beside the coal-muddied canals of the Black Coun
For fans of Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine and Queenie Malone's Paradise Hotel, comes a story about mothers, daughters and second chances . . .
It's 1981. Eleven-year-old Sadie adores her beautiful and vibrant mother, Connie
'[An] incredible debut' Stylist'A novel about home, about belonging and exile; a compelling and complex insight into a recent past that still resonates' Irish Times Uganda 1972 A devastating decree is issued: all Ugandan Asians mu
'Extraordinary . . .stunning' - Elizabeth Macneal, author of The Doll Factory 'Vivid details, visceral prose and strong willful women' - Angie Cruz, author of Dominicana Five generations of women, linked by blood and circumstanc
'Mesmerizing, political, intimate, unafraid - this is a superb novel, a novel that pays such close, intelligent attention to the world we all live in' - Sunjeev Sahota, author of the Booker shortlisted The Year of the Runaways'one