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Three keepers vanish from a remote lighthouse, miles from the shore. The entrance door is locked from the inside. The clocks have stopped.
Winner of the Booker Prize 2020 - Shortlisted for the National Book Award for Fiction 2020 - Longlisted for the 2021 Rathbones Folio Prize
It is 1981. Glasgow is dying and good families must grift to survive. Agnes Bain has always expected more from life.
*THIS EDITION IS SIGNED BY ILLUSTRATOR CHRISS RIDDELL*
Gorgeous 42nd Anniversary gift edition of Douglas Adams's pop-culture classic, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, stunningly illustrated throughout by Costa Award-winner Chris Riddell.
London, 1841. The Rajah sails for Australia.
On board are 180 women convicted of petty crimes. Daughters, sisters, mothers - they'll never see home or family again. Despised and damned, they have only one another.
Until the murder. As the fearful hunt for a killer begins, everyone on board is a suspect . .
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Carlisle author M W Craven returns with the third installment in his award-winning Washington Poe crime series set in Cumbria.
This beautiful hand-signed and numbered edition is exclusive to independent bookshops and, in addition to the online event, includes a letter from Kate Mosse and a Joubert family tree.
Be twice as good as men and four times as good as white men. Jia Khan has always lived like this. Successful London lawyer Jia Khan is a long way from the grubby Northern streets she knew as a child, where her father, Akbar Khan, led the Pakistani community and ran the local organised crime syndicate.
'Full of life and love . . .it made my heart soar, and should be on every Londoner's shelf' Stacey Halls, Sunday Times bestselling author of The Familiars
'The writing is wonderful; London's energy runs right through it; the characters leap off the page. I was truly sad to leave them behind' Adam Kay, Observer
'Convincing and involving' Sunday Times '