Unravelling by Lindsay Stanberry-Flynn
"A passionate and involving read"
Helen Cornerstone, Cornerstone's Literary Consultancy
Winner of the Wishing Shelf Book Awards (Adult Fiction) 2011 and the Chapter One Promotions Book Award 2011
The Piano Player's Son by Lindsay Stanberry-Flynn
"Real insight into character"
Bel Mooney, journalist and author of A Small Dog Saved My Life
Winner of the Cinnamon Press novel writing award
True Colours by Vanessa Fox
“A really pacy holiday read by a first time author”
Kate Kerrigan, bestselling author of City of Dreams, Land of Hope and Ellis Island
“ A perfect holiday read"
Sarah Webb, best-selling author of The Memory Box and Amy Green
The Company of Fellows by Dan Holloway
"Rattles along at a great pace with enough twists to keep the most restless armchair detective guessing"
Review by Blackwell's Bookstore
Voted Favourite Oxford Novel in a poll by Blackwell's Bookstore
Catch Me A Catch by Sally Clements
Category: Contemporary Romance
Debs Carr, editor, Novelicious
"A superb read"
Vanessa Fox, owner of writing.ie and Kazoo Publishing
Shortlisted for the Joan Hessayon New Writers Award from the Romantic Novelists Association, 2011
The Fox And The Fish by Bill Allerton
"Destined to become a Cult Classic"
Bryony Doran, author of The China Bird, winner of the Hookline Book Prize
"Rich and Surreal"
Caroline Pitcher, winner of the Kathleen Fidler Award and nominated for the Carnegie Medal
The Jeweller's Skin by Ruth Valentine
Carole Satyamurti, author of Changing The Subject, Broken Moon and Striking Distance
"This beautifully-crafted novel is the first effort from a well-established poet. The prose is gorgeous, and the narrative... is gripping and moving"
Tamar Yoseloff, author of The City With Horns and Fetch
11 O'Clock Chocolate Cake by Caroline Pitcher
Category: Young Adult
"The insistence of the narrative... insists that you read just one more page before you put it down"
Bill Allerton, author of The Fox And The Fish
Is Death Really Necessary by Judi Moore
Category: Science Fiction
"A pacy, entertaining read with a cast of satisfyingly ill-tempered characters"
Heather Richardson, author of Magdeburg
"Combines strong, believable characters and a good story... neatly raising all sorts of questions not only about life and death, but about the power of technology and our increasing dependence upon it"
Ruth Downie, author of the Ruso series
Marrying Cade by Sally Clements
“'Marrying Cade' is one not to miss.”
Talli Roland, author of The Hating Game, Build a Man and Watching Willow Watts
Songs From The Other Side Of The Wall by Dan Holloway
“A lovely book written in that rare thing: beautiful, lyrical prose”
Jane Smith, The Self-Publishing Review
“A wonderful turn of phrase and descriptive abilities which make for an atmospheric read”
Melissa Weatherill, Simon and Schuster