Format: 07/2018
Format: 07/2018
Jingfang, Hao
Hao Jingfang

A new novel from the Hugo award-winning author of the novelette 'Folding Beijing' in which a colonised Mars has become independent from Earth.

Mieville, China
China Mieville

A history of the Communist Manifesto.

Whitworth, Victoria
Victoria Whitworth

A dark tale about a young woman navigating the betrayals and ambitions of the crown in 10th-century England.

Lay, Paul
Paul Lay

The thrilling story of the Protectorate, Britain's sole experiment with republican government, and one of the most extraordinary but least-known periods in British history.

Providence Lost by Paul Lay
Lustbader, Eric Van
Eric Van Lustbader
> Jason Bourne, Book

Jason Bourne returns. He's fought against the NSA, black off-site cyber operations, a Somali terrorist organisation and been accused of treason against the US. Now the Russians have planted a mole to uncover Bourne's secrets and launch cyber-warfare against the United States.

Robert Ludlum's™ The Bourne Nemesis by Eric Van Lustbader
Dobson, Mary
Mary Dobson

A thematic miscellany of blood, bones and bodies.

Anatomica - A Compendium of Blood, Bones and Bodies by Mary Dobson
Strukul, Matteo
Matteo Strukul

The first instalment in a trilogy charting the rise of the House of Medici as they become Masters of Florence and progenitors of the Renaissance.

Awad, Mona
Mona Awad

Set at an Ivy League university in a bleak New England town, Bunny is a satire on the discipling of academic creative writing, an exploration of class divisions, and a coming-of-age tale as its central protagonist struggles with her sexual identity.

Pryor, Francis
Francis Pryor

A personal, historical journey across one of the most mysterious regions of England, exploring its archaeology, history, landscape – and place in the English imagination.

Fenland by Francis Pryor
Blok, Rachel
Rachel Blok

A girl's body is found in the local lake at Christmas, turning neighbour against neighbour in a close-knit community. A tense, emotionally charged thriller from a brilliant new voice.

O'Toole, Fintan
Fintan O'Toole

Ireland's leading public intellectual tells a history of Ireland in his own time – an interweaving of memoir and historical narrative.

Adams, Georgie
Georgie Adams

Full-colour gift book of original timed tales and poems, perfect for sharing at bedtime or anytime. Help Doogle the dinosaur, Buttons the bear and Cabbage the cat collect lost stories.

Storytime by Georgie Adams
Ahnhem, Stefan
Stefan Ahnhem

Fabian Risk abandons his critically ill daughter to hunt a terrifying serial killer. But how do you catch a serial killer who never strikes the same way twice?

Motive X by Stefan Ahnhem
Birney, Alfred
Alfred Birney

A son distils his father's life in the Dutch East Indies into one furious utterance - everything from the atrocities of the Japanese occupation, and the war of independence that followed, to his father's violent and unpredictable treatment of his children in his new homeland, postwar Holland.

The Interpreter from Java by Alfred Birney
Deakin, Rufus, Rowlandson, Titus
Rufus Deakin, Titus Rowlandson

The story, mainly in pictures, but also in words, of the rebuilding of the 16th-century Suffolk farmhouse that the environmentalist Roger Deakin lived in from the early 1970s until his death in 2006.

The Making of Walnut Tree Farm by Rufus Deakin,  Titus Rowlandson