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Golden Child: Winner of the Desmond Elliot Prize 2019

Adam, Claire
A father steps out into the night to search for his son. As the hours turn into days, this man will learn many things. He will learn about sacrifice and the nature of love - and he will be forced to act. Claire Adam's electrifying first novel reckons with the secrets of the human heart.

The White Tiger

Adiga, Aravind (Author)
The iconic Booker Prize-winner: an unforgettable novel of corruption, murder and twisted morality in contemporary India, now a Netflix film.

A General Theory of Oblivion

Agualusa, Jose Eduardo
On the eve of Angolan independence, Ludo bricks herself into her apartment, where she will remain for the next thirty years. She lives off vegetables and pigeons, burns her furniture and books to stay alive and keeps herself busy by writing her story on the walls of her home. Until one day she meets Sabalu, a young boy from the street.

The Power - Bailey's Prize Fiction 2017 Winner

Alderman, Naomi

Brothers in Blood: Winner of the Crime Writers' Association Debut Dagger

Anwar, Amer
Brothers in Blood is a tough new crime thriller set in the heart of West London's Asian community - the start of an unmissable new series.

Life After Life Tv Tie In

Atkinson, Kate
Winner of the Costa Novel Award. Tie-in edition of the bestselling, Costa Award-winning novel now a major four part BBC1 Drama series starring Thomasin McKenzie, Sian Clifford and James McArdle.


Atwood, Margaret
THE NUMBER 1 BESTSELLER AND WINNER OF THE BOOKER PRIZE 'The Testaments is Atwood at her best .

Young Skins

Barrett, Colin
*Winner of the 2014 Guardian First Book Award *Winner of the 2014 Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award *Winner of the 2014 Rooney Prize for Irish Literature

November Road

Berney, Lou
WINNER OF THE 2020 CWA IAN FLEMING STEEL DAGGER AWARD WINNER OF THE 2018 HAMMETT PRIZE 'A great read, combining brutal action with a moving love story; gorgeous writing, too' Ian Rankin 'Exceptional' Stephen King

Cluasa Capaill ar an Ri

Bhreathnach, Bridget
2021's premier prize for children’s books in Irish, Gradam Réics Carló, has been won by CLUASA CAPAILL AR AN RÍ (The King with Horse’s Ears). A reimagining of the age-old story of Labhraí Loingseach by Bridget Bhreathnach. The story of Labhraí Loingseach, the king with horse’s ears, is known and loved in Ireland.


Burns, Anna
Middle sister, our protagonist, is busy attempting to keep her mother from discovering her maybe-boyfriend and to keep everyone in the dark about her encounter with Milkman. To be interesting is to be noticed and to be noticed is dangerous. Milkman is a tale of gossip and hearsay, silence and deliberate deafness.