Josh Tolson, younger son of Walter Tolson the car manufacturer, is talked into a risky enterprise by Jane, his ex-fiancé, just at the time when he's trying to track down
The Academy is set on an island in a lake, somewhere in Canada, and is run mainly by owls. It is a benign regime (not a dystopia like Animal Farm) under the kindly, wise and newly-
Meet Jess. Married to Pete, mother to five year old Davina, rather partial to a glass of wine, not really much of a clue about what to do with herself now her daughter is at school
I know of life, death, heaven, the devil, hell, soul, mind, the universe, nature, love, consciousness and the personal and the reservoir, of the unconscious, and God.
Mike Humphrey's new novel concerns two survivors of a plane crash in the Alaskan Wilderness, their changing relationship and struggle to survive and ultimately return to civili
Krishna decided to commit suicide on his prolonged unemployment and poverty. Before his death, he wanted to visit the biggest Hindu temple, where surprisingly he meets with an old
Yvette, Matt and Holly have a lot going for them - true friendship, looks, satisfying jobs, a flat in the centre of Paris.
A heart-rending collection of tales of domestic violence, linked by a narrative focusing on events in Nigeria in the 1980s.
Joshua Tolson, son of Walter Tolson the car manufacturer, is once again persuaded to invest in a risky enterprise, this time by his friend Spotty, in the USA.
Could you, a late twentieth century man, survive the trenches of the First World War?
He now divides his time between Cornwall, Portugal and Greece.
Brian lives with his parents on a large estate called Carrowmore, in Ireland. His parents are landlords.
Roland Lapiere - narcissist, sadist and a petty-minded psychopath, who conspires to his boss', Sir Simon Stratford's spectacular fall from grace.