Tom Lake is a nice book, very pleasant to read, not particularly challenging but beautifully written. Lockdown without the pandemic.
Therese questions herself and her life, and feels the urge to break out, smash everything and live more authentically. Who doesn’t, right?
Race riots, royals and gender bending. No, it’s not 2020. It’s 1981 and there’s a serial killer at large in this indy British crime novel.
Plenty of sugarcoating in this feelgood novel about the homeless, junkies, alcoholics and people with mental health problems.
Action-packed distraction. A serial killer politician faces an ex-cop duo determined to stop him. But he’s not going down without a fight…
Police procedural. Set in ‘Escape to the Country’ territory, but there’s nothing twee here. Racism, sexism, human trafficking, murder…
A novel of ideas including climate change, multiverses, freedom, family ties and family responsibility, artificial intelligence and more…
A dysfunctional family of mostly unlikeable people. When one of them is finally bumped off, everyone is a suspect.
A virus was carried by every cell phone operating within the entire world. Within hours, those receiving calls would be infected.
Virtually the entire population of the planet has died in less than 24 hours. For the few survivors, things are about to get much worse.