This novel has the appealing combination of suspense and horror with humour and hilarity.
The prospect of living and working in a residential care home does not enthuse the outsider, yet Jackie Venables writes a very entertaining story based on her experiences.
In this magnificent satire on 'green' living where garlic grows on trees and grapes are picked from plastic vines, lies, sex and skuldugery are common place.
Four Pegs delves into the characters' search for personal meaning, as if finding four pegs with which to erect a tent against the harsh elements of life. A search that we all s
When a shale gas exploration company uses bribery to gain planning permission to frack, its plans go badly wrong, leading to murder and suicide.
Buddy grows into a beautiful woman but no ordinary woman, as she is half human, half insect... a butterfly. Realising her destiny to become everyone's saviour, she has to fight
Having spent an ordinary life with their parents in a small house, twins, Fadin and Tase, together with their elder brother Clearie, suddenly find themselves catapulted into quite
A charming tale for young children, with a lesson about safety at sea.
Do you sometimes wonder why life is so terrible these days? If so, Middle-Class Hell and How to Cure It may be the book for you!
At last, to satisfy the most serious to the most light-hearted interest in life at the chalk face, Miss, me Daddy has ya Knickers in his Pocket! shows how it really does
No Coffee for the Architrave is an independent sequel to Two Point Five Cheers for the Library and The Library Always Wins.
Set in the semi-savannah of Africa, a beautiful but harsh landscape, G.E. Becker's wonderfully imaginative book tells of the struggles to survive for a group of assorted herbiv