A murder mystery, lightly told with the deft hand of Sydney Preston, which is big on character and well-plotted
Norman Bacal has reimagined Shakespeare in a great thriller based on a dysfunctional family dynasty, set in the world of pharmaceuticals.
A tense well-plotted thriller about a mystery gang of terrorist assassins who seem to be randomly killing civilians and no-one knows why.
Pam Saylor’s recount of her travel experience in Europe is lively and honest, crammed full of details to absorb, as well as tips and advice.
Cam Lang’s novel about the ambitions, past secrets and covert dealings of the folk of Niagara-on-the-Lake is well-executed and entertaining
The Horse Dancer is once more an example of why Jojo Moyes is one of my favourite authors.
The tense perilous atmosphere of medieval Seville at the time of the Inquisition is created with dark intensity in Lynes’ historical novel.
Let the poems of Confetti rain down on you and immerse yourself in their simplicity, their honesty and their trueness.
Khansa has written an autobiographical poetical odyssey which is moving and honest, confronting very difficult life experiences.
A book of poems including expressive illustrations that will lighten the spirit with words of wisdom, empowerment and clarity