This seductively creepy and gripping psychological drama opens at a scene quite familiar to staff and customers of this shop. We’re at the launch party of a hotly anticipated book by an illustrious TV academic. But, from the offset, we are unsettled: while her guests toast her brains, her flair, her lucky, lucky life, our author is more than a bit rattled and her family, while present in body, clearly aren’t there in spirit. The book in question, a biography […]
Bright, ingenious, funny and gripping, I didn’t want The Lie of The Land to end
The book everyone is talking about
Super-gripping, super-zeitgeisty courtroom thriller
Thought-provoking page-turner is a real literary discovery
She wants what you have.
The most astounding collection of short stories I have read.
How not to miss out on signed copies of How Not To Be A Boy by Robert Webb
Cruelty, conceit and the Class of the 1980s
Everything in the garden is lovely…or is it?