An insightful expedition into the jungle, and a consideration of the growing influence of AI, is offered by Julianne Pachico in Jungle House.
Dive into Mikhail Shevelev's sharp political thriller Not Russian, delving into history, conflict, and the power of friendship.
There’s a certain allure to reading a book about bookshops, which may explain why Hwang Bo-Reum’s Welcome To The Hyunam-Dong Bookshop is a Korean bestseller.
A well-timed thriller for spooky season, Yrsa Sigurdardottir’s The Prey is full of suspense and the supernatural.
Delve into the enigmatic world of 1920s Cahokia in Francis Spufford's gripping novel, and uncover murder, mystery, and the essence of the jazz era.
Join Anne Berest on a quest to uncover her family's history in The Postcard - a poignant narrative of hope and heritage amidst the Holocaust.
A short story to savour, Claire Keegan's So Late In The Day is moving and intimate, despite its misogynistic narrator.
The Same Country by Carole Burns is a gripping debut novel that delves into grief, redemption, and racial tension in Cardiff.
Zadie Smith delves into historical fiction for the first time with The Fraud, set in Victorian Britain and Jamaica and brimming with intriguing characters and societal commentary.
Rachel Connolly's poignant debut novel, Lazy City, captures the complexity of relationships and grief in Northern Ireland.
Bliss & Blunder, a captivating modern retelling of Arthurian legend, explores gender dynamics, power, and friendship.
Valérie Perrin's poignant debut, Forgotten on Sunday, documents a war tale at a French retirement home, unearthing hidden family secrets.