A complex crime novel with an insight into human nature and relationships that interlocks brilliantly with the twists and turns of a mystery story.
There have been several novels published in recent years which feature an autistic character; The Rosie Project is one of them.
We all think we know our children. But do we really know what is going on in their lives?
Eight-year-old Ben is found dead in a park and eleven-year-old Sebastian is arrested and charged with his murder. With echoes of other high profile cases it does ask us to question how our behaviour as adults can lead to horrific consequences.
Published just one year after her hit novel Chocolat this split-time novel will transport you to the magic of the countryside and the simple pleasure a bottle of wine.
How often do you hear someone complain that they never have time to read? If so, Craig Taylor’s superb book is a godsend.
Most of us live in communities, surrounded by others – be it family, friends, neighbours, or even co-workers. But for some of us, life can be lonely. If you are one of the few who have yet to read this runaway success debut novel, then you are in for a treat.
This slow-burner is in no rush to reach its conclusion and invites you to indulge in the world of 19th century Peru.
Heather Morris had a chance encounter with Holocaust survivor Lale Sokolov in 2003, and over the following three years until his death, he told her the story of his life.