Our first year of publishing includes novels of mysticism and mayhem, short stories not to tell your children, and a groundbreaking cookbook highlighting one particularly under-appreciated ingredient...
Nada Holland£12.00 £11.16
Chinna de Kock has awoken to the fact that she cannot override the virus mutating at warp speed inside her. Traumatised by events in her Cambridge lab, she has stopped eating and speaking, but her calculations allow her to feel, map and assess her way forwards. With her estranged mother Elektra riding out the pandemic in Bali, these mathematical incantations are her only hope for survival. Enter Jill Purce, a cult '70s documentary maker...
Matt Cook£12.00 £11.16
It is 1997. To himself, Benjamin Carter is a thing drifted somehow out of its orbit. With the news that Great Aunt Pearl is dead, his summer is looking like yet another non-starter. There’s his summons to the clearance of her ramshackle house. His dad’s awkward pep talks. A toxic cocktail of over-zealous aunts and uncles. And then there’s the Church of the Holy Heavens—the space cult that’s been wooing Pearl for all she’s worth. It was supposed to be simple: grieve, junk, funeral, home. But from the sidelines, Ben can see the cracks starting to show.
Marc Nash£12.00 £11.16
What could go wrong when a child wants to repaint her bedroom? What happens when a priceless tooth is the subject of a deceitful bargain? Can a star-struck teenager take revenge on her cutthroat friends? Stories We Tell Our Children explores how children learn to survive through the tales they are told.
Aaron Rickard and Susannah Rickard£25.00 £23.25
Cooking with Alcohol’s over one hundred recipes will teach you to use one of the most popular ingredients in history in ways you’ve never imagined. Learn why alcohol deserves a firm place in your kitchen as well as your glass, and explore the ways that alcohol can impact a recipe beyond the taste.