This is a clever, witty thriller that steadily builds suspense.
Amit Chaudhuri's collection of essays is suffused by romanticism.
The short story has been championed by some of the greatest writers, yet is often viewed as a poor relative of the novel. But the digital age looks set to give the form a new lease of life.
A British mother, wife and book editor found the material and momentum for her best-selling fiction in south-western France.
Anne Summers believes that despite recent milestones, women's voyage of empowerment continues.
A creative awakening is brilliantly rendered in this suspenseful tale.
This is very much a book of interiors, both literal and metaphoric.
Much of the book involves debunking myths that cling to popular ideas about death.
From her own books to seeking author equality, Kate Mosse has a flair for drama.
A rape trial opens the exploration of a dark and often under-reported side of professional sport.