1. Blackheath by Adam Baron Blackheath by Adam Baron

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    Blackheath by Adam Baron

    Holding a mirror up to contemporary gender politics and exposing the flaws and failures of so-called equal parenting, Blackheath is a moving and sharply comic tale of life-after-children, revealing the awful truth at the heart of modern family life: love is not enough. 'The characterisation is terrific. It's such an honest exploration of marital power games and life with small children.' Catherine Smith Also available as an eBook
  2. Twentysix by Jonathan Kemp Twentysix by Jonathan Kemp

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    Twentysix by Jonathan Kemp

    In the tradition of Georges Bataille, Kathy Acker and Jean Genet, these twenty-six erotic encounters combine to form a highly charged alphabet on the pursuit of pleasure and possibilities of language. "Adeptly explores the dizzying heights and dark depths of sexuality. Kemp takes no prisoners as he consistently delivers stunning imagery which assaults the senses." - Sosogay
  3. London Triptych by Jonathan Kemp

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    London Triptych by Jonathan Kemp

    Winner - QRG Best Book (Fiction) 2010 Winner - Authors' Club Best First Novel Award 2010 Shortlisted - Polari First Book Prize 2010 Shortlisted - The Green Carnation Prize - 2010 Three men, three lives and three eras sinuously entwine in a dark, startling and unsettling narrative of sex, exploitation and dependence set against London's strangely constant gay underworld. "London Triptych is, hands down, the most heart-wrenching and profound piece of literature I have read this year." - Pink Sheep Cafe Also available as an eBook
  4. An English Guide to Birdwatching by Nicholas Royle

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    An English Guide to Birdwatching by Nicholas Royle

    Compelling, audacious and dazzling in its linguistic playfulness and formal invention, An English Guide to Birdwatching explores the fertile hinterland between fact and fiction. In its focus on birds, climate change, the banking crisis, social justice and human migration, it is intensely relevant to wider political concerns; in its mischievous wit and wordplay, and post-modern (or ‘post-fiction’) sensibility, it pushes the boundaries of what a novel might be. ‘An English Guide to Birdwatching is a daring novel, both wickedly playful and deeply touching.’ Alison Moore
  5. eBook: A Quiet Winter: A Short Story by Isabel Ashdown
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    eBook: A Quiet Winter: A Short Story by Isabel Ashdown

    An exclusive short story by award-winning author Isabel Ashdown. "Isabel writes so exquisitely about the mess that is modern life, the relationships we have, as well as those we do our best to avoid." - The Nut Press "A beautifully written meditation on loss, grief, acceptance and the power of letting go." - Pamreader
  6. Flight by Isabel Ashdown Flight by Isabel Ashdown

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    Flight by Isabel Ashdown

    Moving between the majestic coastline of North Cornwall and the leafy suburbs of London, Flight is a story of secrets and lies – and of the indelible traces that are left behind when someone tries to disappear. “A complex, yet beautifully woven story of love and relationships that is both heart-breaking and thought-provoking.” - Anne Cater Also available as an eBook
  7. Summer of '76 by Isabel Ashdown Summer of '76 by Isabel Ashdown

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    Summer of '76 by Isabel Ashdown

    In this intense novel of secrets and simmering passions the acclaimed author of *Glasshopper* and *Hurry Up and Wait* takes us back to the legendary heatwave of 1976. "A fabulous coming-of-age novel that's saturated in '70s nostalgia." - Glamour
  8.  Hurry Up and Wait by Isabel Ashdown  Hurry Up and Wait by Isabel Ashdown

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    Hurry Up and Wait by Isabel Ashdown

    In her eagerly anticipated second novel, Mail on Sunday Novel Competition winner Isabel Ashdown explores the treacherous territory of adolescent friendships, and traces across the decades the repercussions of a dangerous relationship. "In its themes of isolation, loneliness, selfishness, loss and misplaced trust Hurry Up and Wait is unsurpassed." - In Potentia Also available as an eBook
  9. Human Remains by Elizabeth Haynes Human Remains by Elizabeth Haynes

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    Human Remains by Elizabeth Haynes

    Elizabeth Haynes' chilling new psychological thriller preys on our darkest fears - and shows how easily ordinary lives can fall apart when no one is watching. "A disturbing, exciting and powerful story that is beautifully and eloquently written, prepare to sleep with the light on!" - Spirit FM Also available as an eBook
  10. Revenge of the Tide by Elizabeth Haynes Revenge of the Tide by Elizabeth Haynes

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    Revenge of the Tide by Elizabeth Haynes

    Elizabeth Haynes' second novel is a taut and gripping murder mystery introducing a compelling new heroine, Genevieve " office worker by day and pole dancer by night " who finds herself implicated in a mob underworld of murder, corruption and betrayal. "Full of suspense and intrigue and keeps the reader hanging on its every word, as well as being very well written... Very highly recommended." - Euro Crime