John Le Carré

A Delicate Truth

A counter-terror operation, codenamed Wildlife, is being mounted in Britain’s most precious colony. Its purpose: to capture […]

David Guterson

The Other

Seattle, 1972: Neil Countryman and John William Barry, two teenage boys from very different backgrounds, are at […]

James Salter

All That Is

‘Sentence for sentence, Salter is the master’ Richard Ford A major new novel, his first work of […]

Taiye Selasi

Ghana Must Go

   A stunning novel, spanning generations and continents, Ghana Must Go by rising star Taiye Selasi is […]

Dave Eggers

A Hologram for the King

In a rising Saudi Arabian city, far from weary, recession-scarred America, a struggling businessman pursues a last-ditch […]

Sylvia Plath

Johnny Panic and the Bible of Dreams

From her mid-teens Sylvia Plath wrote stories, at first easily and successfully, but then with increasing difficulty […]

Lorrie Moore

Self-Help

In these tales of loss and pleasure, lovers and family, a woman learns to conduct an affair, […]

J.M. Coetzee

The Childhood of Jesus

The mysterious, masterful new novel from J.M. Coetzee, twice winner of the Booker Prize and winner of […]

Tom Wolfe

Back to Blood

As a police launch speeds across Miami’s Biscayne Bay – with officer Nestor Camacho on board – […]

Julie Otsuka

The Buddha in the Attic

A gorgeous novel by the celebrated author of When the Emperor Was Divine that tells the story […]

John Burnside

Something Like Happy

In these remarkable stories, John Burnside takes us into the lives of men and women trapped in […]

Kevin Powers

The Yellow Birds

An unforgettable depiction of the psychological impact of war, by a young Iraq veteran and poet, THE […]

Alice Munro

Dear Life

Alice Munro captures the essence of life in her brilliant new collection of stories. Moments of change, […]

James Kelman

Mo Said She Was Quirky

In Mo Said She Was Quirky James Kelman, the Booker prize-winning author of How late it was, […]

Stefan Merrill Block

The Storm at the Door

ust outside Boston, in 1963, Frederick Merrill found himself a patient  in the country’s premier mental hospital, […]