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A Terrible Kindness is a celebration of the power of community, love forged in pain and the redemption that comes from deep kindness in the face of terrible loss.
An abandoned plane. A dead body. A small town threatening to explode. A twist you’ll never see coming.
‘A vivid and memorable book about art, land and language, love and sev, youth and age. Big ideas tread lightly through Audrey Magee’s strong prose.’ Sarah Moss
From Swedish crime sensation Tove Asterdal: immerse yourself in the long summer days of this claustrophobic community as detective Eira Sjödin takes on a case guaranteed to keep you guessing to the end.
From ‘one of Ireland’s most essential writers’ (Sunday Times) comes the exquisite story of two sisters trying to survive in life and love against the backdrop of the Belfast Blitz.
Peter Swanson is back – with a chilling and fiendish puzzle of a novel which everyone will be talking about this Spring.
From one of America’s greatest living crime writers, a razor-sharp collection of killer short stories, publishing in a gorgeous hardback edition alongside the mass market pbk of Dream Girl.
‘An extraordinary debut’ (ANN PATCHETT) to fall for, and ‘a coming-of-age story inextricably bound with a love story’ (MAGGIE SHIPSTEAD)
Our broad range of new Non-fiction writing.
A crystalline, inventive account of loss from a thrilling young literary talent – and a journey through grief’s destructive and creative possibilities.
The bizarre and little known story of how a hubristic Archduke became the puppet Emperor of Mexico – with tragic results and pivotal historical consequences for Europe and America.
A striking exposé of the insidious business practices that have generated enormous profits for the companies operating within the UK’s gambling industry.
The extraordinary true story of the Stasi’s poetry club: Stasiland and The Lives of Others crossed with Dead Poets Society.
The collected writings from one of the nation’s most celebrated nature writers.
Brittle with Relics is a landmark history of the people of Wales during a period of great national change.
Here and Now is a collection of letters between Paul Auster and Nobel laureate J. M. Coetzee, two of the greatest writers of our time.
A captivating exploration of Britain’s most iconic contemporary buildings, from the Barratt home to the Millennium Dome.
The untold story of the hidden places across Britain that have slipped through the fingers of history.
Poetry, Pop Music and Classical Music.
The concluding thoughts of one of Britain’s greatest film-makers (Point Blank, Deliverance, Excalibur, Hope and Glory, The General …)
One of the century’s most feted singer-songwriters, Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy, digs deep into his own creative process to share his unique perspective about song-writing and offers a warm, accessible guide to writing your first song.
Unexhausted Time inhabits a world of dream and dawn, in which thoughts touch us ‘like soft rain’, and all the elements are brought closer in.
The Death of King Arthur is Simon Armitage’s brilliant reworking of the tale of the legendary British king, translated from the Alliterative Morte Arthure.
The definitive biography of guitar icon and Grammy Award-winning artist, Bill Frisell, featuring exclusive interviews with Paul Simon, Bon Iver and more.
Three Children's titles not to be missed.
Love is in the air in this is a collection of stories inspired by romantic tropes and edited by #1 New York Times-bestselling author of Gilded, Marissa Meyer.
Explore some of the most thrilling cultural and religious festivals from around the world!
One of our hand-picked classics that no home should be without, Animal Farm is the classic story of revolution – with fabulous illustrations by Chris Mould.