A mystery novel about identity and bad guys.
Romantic comedy featuring a middle-aged loner whose interest is toy trains.
Imagine a world where humans are bred like cattle, but in a spa.
A disturbing insight into illegal arms deals, journalism and people trafficking.
A story of maturing relationships - in purple prose.
A story about guilt, trust and insecurity with doses of chilling terror.
A dead prostitute in Victorian Edinburgh discovered by a trainee doctor. Who decides to keep quiet. Great start.
A highly original Victorian murder mystery, which is totally absorbing with a unique central character.
What Red Was is a novel about pleasure and pain, power and control, and ownership. It also has a fuzzy plotless plot.
It is said that the word 'furious' came from the three Greek goddesses of vengeance. They were known as The Furies and they were the Avengers of Greek mythology: a moral avenger of anger, an avenger of jealousy and an avenger of murder.
This is a story of hope and belonging. With bees.
...Otherworld Legends of the Scottish King. And that is what this books gives us: legends, folklore, death, rumours, conspiracies and great stories.
A man disappears leaving his phone, wallet and keys behind. His wife is seen clearing out their bank account. Then she is accused of domestic abuse and murder. But nothing is as it seems.
A few pages in and I was ready not to like this book. Old-style thugs and wide boys, set in London in a world where the Krays were revered and has-been boxers flexed their muscles. But I was wrong.
Two things spring to mind about this book - Snapchat and slog.
An epic tale of a young Palestinian man who decides to train to become a doctor during the First World War.
An unusual friendship is the feature of this dark domestic noir and psychological thriller.
A Victorian detective, an abducted child, a bearded lady, a ghost, tattoos that move, deformed mermaids, cruelty, deprivation, circus freaks, things in jars.