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Two Tribes

Beckett, Chris (Author)
A thought-provoking novel about how humans define themselves, and each other, and what that means for our future. From an Arthur C. Clarke award-winning author.

America City

Beckett, Chris (Author)
A brilliantly imagined novel exploring the future of America and the potentially devastating impact of climate change on one of the world's greatest nations. Darkly prophetic and powerful, America City is a genre-defying journey into our worst fears and greatest hopes.

The Dark Room

Blake, Sam
A pacey and thrilling tale from the author of the number one Irish Times bestseller, Keep Your Eyes on Me.

The Dark Room

Blake, Sam
A pacey and thrilling tale from the author of the number one Irish Times bestseller, Keep Your Eyes on Me.

Remember My Name

Blake, Sam (Author)
A brilliantly twisty psychological thriller from the bestselling author of Keep Your Eyes on Me and The Dark Room.

Keep Your Eyes on Me

Blake, Sam (Author)
Keep Your Eyes on Me, a pacey, twisting tale of vengeance, is bestselling author Sam Blake's first stand-alone thriller.

Hidden Half EXPORT

Blastland, Michael
A revolutionary new book revealing why we should doubt experts - and question ourselves

One Split Second

Bond, Caroline
A beautifully moving novel of a small community and a terrible trauma.

Thea and Denise

Bond, Caroline
'Oh, you're not crazy, Denise. I think this is probably the sanest you've ever been...' Two women. An open road. The trip of a lifetime.

Killing Pablo

Bowden, Mark
The bestselling blockbusting story of how American Special Forces hunted down and assassinated the head of the world's biggest cocaine cartel.

In Plain Sight

Box, C. J. (Author)
J.W. Keeley is a man with a score to settle. He blames one man for the death of his brother: Joe Pickett. And now J.W. is going to make him suffer.

The Cat and The City: 'Vibrant and accomplished' David Mitchell

Bradley, Nick
'Nick Bradley's ingenious choreography of a constantly moving city, is touching, surprising and sometimes heartbreaking.' Guardian