Gossipy journalists, revolutionary poets, political novelists and influential professors: a fascinating history of taste in literary culture over the last century
A taut and gripping thriller: King Edward VIII is on the throne and keen to broker peace at any cost - WWII could turn out very differently...
'Brilliant... A most enjoyable and skilful biography' - A. N. Wilson
A gripping novel of romance and rivalry, gambling and greed, from acclaimed novelist and biographer D.J. Taylor
A wonderful novel of concealment and subterfuge, sweeping from Kansas to London, from 1904 to 1936, by the author of Kept - about a woman's rise and fall, the chances she takes and the secret which will undo her.
A remarkable history of the ‘lost generation’ of the 1920s - parties, scandal, Jazz, clashing generations and the dark legacy of war.
Madness, greed, love, obsession, Machiavellian plotting and a great train robbery in a captivating Victorian mystery about the extreme and curious things men do to get - and keep - what they want.
A fascinating study of a bygone era: the rise and fall of amateur sportsmen
SHORTLISTED FOR THE WHITBREAD BIOGRAPHY AWARD'Definitive' Daily Telegraph