A reunion of friends and lovers; a conspiracy that begins as a joke; a secret to be kept for thirty years-this is a daring, ingenious and profoundly moving political thriller from an author whose career has put him at the very heart of international affairs.
The richest one percent in our society have wild and disproportionate political and cultural influence. Who are these people? What are their lives like? Darryl Cunningham delves into the world of the super-rich and shares their stories with an unbiased eye.
Master manipulator or gangster? The malign thrust of Putin's domestic and foreign policy is exposed in Cunningham's latest page-turning biography including his early life, political career, the wars in Chechnya, Crimea and the Ukraine, the crackdown on human rights, Brexit, Trump - and the poisonings.
Celebrated cartoonist Darryl Cunningham draws compelling portraits of seven scientists who for reasons of gender, race, mental health, poverty - excessive wealth, even - have not won the recognition they deserve. Antoine Lavoisier, Mary Anning, George Washington Carver, Alfred Wegener, Nikola Tesla, Jocelyn Bell Burnell and Fred Hoyle.
A graphic milestone of investigative reporting, Cunningham's essays explode the lies, hoaxes and scams of popular science, debunking media myths and decoding some of today's most fiercely-debated issues.
A chilling thriller and a hymn to all the lonely people, whose individual voices haunt the pages, Elizabeth Haynes' new novel is a deeply disturbing and powerful thriller that preys on our darkest fears, showing how vulnerable we are when we live alone, and how easily ordinary lives can fall apart when no one is watching.
Elizabeth Haynes' second novel is a taut and gripping murder mystery introducing a compelling new heroine, Genevieve - office worker by day and pole dancer by night - who finds herself implicated in a mob underworld of murder, corruption and betrayal.
CYBERMAN documents the life of Ari, an isolated 50-year-old man streaming his life on the internet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. He rarely leaves his house or has visitors. What he doesn't realise is that his life is also being captured by Muchitsch, who is sat alone, in front of her computer screen, documenting his life over the course of an entire year.