The stories in Wink’s debut collection, Dog Run Moon, showcase writing as clear as an alpine river, with the same depths and currents
In The Trouble With Goats and Sheep, the disappearance of a local woman, Mrs Creasy, causes a small community already suffering a heatwave almost to combust from pure nosiness.
Vlogger's first book broke sales records for a debut despite being described as 'sugary as a frosted cupcake'
From Katherine Howe's The Appearance of Annie Van Sinderen to Alex Wheatle's Crongton Knights
This lavishly entertaining debut novel uses magic as a metaphor with which to address less fantastic questions
Ian McGuire’s second novel resembles a particularly gruesome Grand Guignol, stuffed to the gills with scenes of death, violence and depravity
Nostalgia is counter-balanced by a sharp eye for snobbery and the general lack of concern from those with money about the poverty of their workforce
Gold Fame Citrus comes on the back of Watkins’s well-received book of short stories
Jacobson explores the meaning of Shakespeare’s play, uses its enduring relevance to examine the contemporary world and challenges us to interrogate our prejudices
'I don’t see a conflict between the realistic and the mythic because science fiction is not science'
Morgan tells the story in flashbacks through the first person narration of Helen and, in alternate chapters, through a third person narration in the present day
Helen Dunmore delivers a deceptively simple masterpiece, a new take on the lives of the men and – particularly – women caught up in the Cold War.
The book maps their relationship; from the intense bonding on a trip to Norway to its disintegration after Fran sleeps with Paulina’s ex
Rupert Thomson tells Max Liu why his wife did not want him to finish his latest novel ...
Sloane Crosley's new novel is a belated coming of age tale
From Michael Connelly's The Crossing to James B Donovan's Strangers on a Bridge