1. Science Tales by Darryl Cunningham

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    Science Tales by Darryl Cunningham

    Shortlisted - British Comic Awards: Best Book 2012 Nominated - YALSA - Great Graphic Novels for Teens 2013 The first edition of Darryl Cunningham's *Science Tales* was published in 2012 and shortlisted for the British Comics Awards: Best Book. This new edition has been updated to include a clinical exposé of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, and its political framework in the UK and USA. "As a science primer that presents complex ideas in a simple, but never simplistic, way, Science Tales cannot be recommended enough." - Argument Paperback: 208 pages Size: 152mm x 210mm
  2. The Favourite by S.V. Berlin

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    The Favourite by S.V. Berlin

    An utterly immersive novel, rich with insightful and wickedly comic observations of family members behaving badly in stressful situations - of sibling rivalries, a parent torn between two, and a greiving process that takes time to unfold. 'Original, surprising, and immensely skilled... twisting in unexpected directions and keeping the reader on their toes throughout. Underneath the gentle suburban drama, here is an intricately crafted plot featuring three fascinating characters - this is a fantastically assured debut.' The Bookbag Also available as an eBook.
  3. 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
  4. Hush by Sara Marshall-Ball Hush by Sara Marshall-Ball

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    Hush by Sara Marshall-Ball

    Longlisted - Waverton Good Read Award 2016 Haunting, mysterious and often shocking, Hush is the story of what happens when we find we cannot speak, even to those we love most. "A gripping exploration of the effects of childhood trauma on two adult sisters... a finely wrought and powerful meditation on language and storytelling." - Brighton and Hove Independent
  5. 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
  6. North Facing by Tony Peake North Facing by Tony Peake

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    North Facing by Tony Peake

    A novel of awakening and atonement, this exquisitely realised story revisits a seminal boyhood moment as it plays out — with unexpected and sinister consequences — against the backdrop of political upheaval in South Africa. ‘This beautiful, moving novel is vast in how much it recounts and how deeply it makes us feel’ Edmund White
  7.  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
  8. I Have Waited, And You Have Come by Martine McDonagh

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    I Have Waited, And You Have Come by Martine McDonagh

    A story of survival and obsession in a world brought to its knees. "Deeply atmospheric and darkly original, it explores the impact of loneliness and loss on the psyche in extreme conditions, and the terrible toll it can take." - Pamreader
  9. 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
  10. 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