Curiously, a first novel – or techno-thriller – from the renowned physicist, academic and good egg, OBE.
An eerie collection of short fiction from the winner of the White Review’s Short Story Prize 2018.
LB is a fine writer, and this is a remarkable novel combining a voyage across Europe in a decrepit van with a voyage through the continent’s history.
A moving re-imagining of Ibsen’s ‘The Lady From the Sea’, set in an English Channel town.
A compelling novel inspired by the Lord Lucan case.
Short stories from the Turkey’s most famous political prisoner, the former head of the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party who ran for president in 2018 from behind bars.
As you might expect from this remarkable writer, his new novel has a global span and represents a powerful attempt to address the world in which his intelligent characters live.
Set amidst the salvaged glamour and defiance of New York’s drag ball scene.
A woman’s body dredged up from the Thames prompts questions about what it is to be a Londoner.