In his first days at a new school, Arthur Penhaligon is given a magical clock hand, setting him on a surreal adventure and bringing the appearance of the villainous Mister Monday and his henchmen.
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As the 30th anniversary of a murder approaches, an old child gang reunite, triggered by a letter each has received with a piece of chalk, and a drawing of a stick figure.
Historian Lucy Moore presents a delightful biography of Lady Ann Fanshawe, a civil war heroine, told through references to her receipt book and the family history she wrote for her son.
Thomas Lash is an artist who Photoshops fake photos for a living, but where do you draw the line . . . and what happens when the fantasy Tom sees on-screen starts to bleed into his real life?
A nameless protagonist returns to work after a workplace accident, detached and alienated from everyone. When he finds a woman asleep in his driveway one night, he offers her a lift home which turns into a road trip where all is not as it seems.
In an attempt to help find her colleague’s sister and possibly bring down the Nazi who held her captive, British agent Juliet is forced to relive her role in the war.
A dramatic re-telling of (largely fictional) events involving the women of the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA) who piloted new planes to the airfields for the British Army in World War 2 for the men to take into battle.
An autobiography of Nicholas Braithwaite’s formative years before intricately tracing almost three-decades of his professional career, from 1963 until 1991.
The enchanting lives of sisters Ida and Nora Parker. Ida was born to be a wonderful mother and Nora was born to sing but somewhere, somehow, they received the life that the other should have had.
When lesbian teenager Alex meets Phoenix, she must decide whether to come out to the people in her closed-minded town, or withhold her true feelings.
The autobiography of Vincenzo Russo, from a distant Italian country town of the 1950s to present-day Adelaide, told as a series of letters to his late wife.
When 3 popular blogging mummies are nominated for a prestigious award, old rivalries linking them & their families are bought to a head, setting the stage for a brutal but hysterically funny battle for influencer glory and Instagram fame.
Inspired by real events, Congo Dawn combines epic drama with an intimate journey into the heart of a fractured family, as two characters, in search of people they lost, at last find a way to come home.
As a young woman from a good family, Maisie travels across the world to marry a distant cousin of whom she knows nothing, but things don’t turn out at all as she was expecting.
Clinical psychologist and author Meg Jay, PhD, takes a profound look at how one can survive and thrive after experiencing childhood adversity.
Still haunted by The Accident that claimed the lives of her husband and parents, a woman must learn to deal with her own emotions and her fear of moving forward.
Book 1 of the Sword of Rhiannon series introduces Rhiannon, a young woman ripped from a modern Montana ranch and thrust into a medieval-style world where good and evil are literally fighting for ownership of the world.
A fictional account of the life of author Charles Dickens in the time leading up to him writing one of his most enduring novels, “A Christmas Carol”.
An expose on Roman history, enlivened with stories of attacks and occupations and detailed research on the social, cultural, religious and archaeological history of Rome and its citizens.
Fast facts and silly trivia. More than 300 pages of fun, bite-sized minutia, compiled by the team behind television’s QI, a comical British panel game show.