In the post-war chill, people will do almost anything to stay alive.
With trademark precision, Robert Edric brings to life the tragic and noble work of the War Graves Commission in the wake of the Great War.
A lacerating and moving fictionalised portrait of self-destruction - unlike anything hitherto written about the Brontes
An extraordinary imagining of the dark arts in war-torn London from one of the most brilliant literary talents around
An extraordinary novel - Picnic at Hanging Rock meets Howard's End meet The Crucible
The astonishing new historical novel from one of the UK's most talented literary writers
The stunning new novel from one of the UK's finest literary writers
The new novel from one of the UK's finest literary writers
The astonishing new novel from one of the UK's finest literary writers
The stunning novel by the Booker longlisted author of Peacetime
The third stunning literary crime novel in the Song Cycle trilogy, from the acclaimed author of Booker-longlisted PEACETIME, and THE BOOK OF THE HEATHEN.
Book two in the Song Cycle series - an exciting thriller trilogy from a great crime writer.
Stunning literary crime novel, from the acclaimed author of Booker-longlisted PEACETIME, and THE BOOK OF THE HEATHEN.
A stunningly atmospheric and powerful new novel set in 1946 at The Wash on the Fenland coast.
Robert Edric's breakout book, a stunning novel set in colonial Congo
A brilliant, atmospheric novel about the emotional aftermath of the First World War.