Bad Men is sharp and fast and clever and very funny. You’ll love it. (Maybe less so if you’re a scumbag who hurts women.)
Portrays coercive control and domestic violence. Highlights the difficulties facing victims’ families and the lack of legal support.
When the days are dull and lifeless, you need The Society of Ill-Mannered Ladies. Thrilling, moving, clever.
A quiet domestic drama set in 1970s Britain. Moving and well written. A wealth of domestic detail plunges the reader into the era.
Marta is sent to be a governess at Fynshade, where she expects to find a rich man to marry. A taut and dark gothic tale.
Three women, three time periods, and always the same old shit of male coercion and violence. An absorbing, immersive story.
A gripping feminist novel of ideas about cults, power politics, female empowerment and utilitarianism: does the end really justify the means?
A clever and up-to-date retelling of the classic The Pursuit of Love. It’s an absolute joy. Vivid, hilarious dialogue, wonderful characters.
Gripping and exciting gothic novel. A wayward young woman is locked up in a Victorian asylum. Why? What happened? And how can she get out?
Entertaining novel about a one-woman quest to redress the balance. Too many men are violent against women. They don’t all get away with it.