Heart-rending tale of wartime love with a Suffolk background by one of the stars of the Suffolk Libraries Bookfest.
Set in a dystopian London and Oxford, where the written word has been replaced by communication via music and people have very little short-term memory.
A new novel chronicling the lives of seemingly ordinary people, uncovering skeletons and life lessons as the stories unfold. In 1994 Tyler was nominated by Roddy Doyle and Nick Hornby as “the greatest novelist writing in English”.
Psychological thriller from the author of Before I go to sleep. Julia risks her family’s safety in an attempt to find out why her sister was murdered.
Kepler gains the ability to roam from one body to another in spirit in this gripping thriller.
In 16th century London, top intelligencer John Shakespeare investigates a conspiracy from wealthy young Catholics plotting to assassinate Elizabeth and free Mary Queen of Scots.