An attention-grabbing novel of two short stories.
A Woman with Large Eyes is a hymn on humanism with magical intensity and mythical tenacity
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From tales of hilarious training ground mishaps and boozy nights in Aldershot to poignant memories of the British army’s final days in Aden in 1967, travelling the world as a
Peter Wong takes part in a t'ai chi competition in London, to prove to himself and his family that he is always willing to compete.
Maureen Oxley's new book Myself and Other Strangers is an eclectic collection of short stories that explore the many facets of love and sexuality.
The stories in Raul Briceno's new collection could hardly be more varied.
These cheeky narratives brutally and comically feature a range of ideas unusually blended
Janice's experience of caving is a warning to all. The group really should have missed her before the lights went out, but who will realise she's not there?
A fascinating collection of short stories describing life in the Indian Army. In addition to tales of tragedy and heroism under fire, there are stories about the day-to-day lives o
This diverse collection of sixteen short stories includes murder and mystery, humour and hallucination, poignancy and plotting, fantasy and fun.
These short stories are set in the not-too-distant past.