The Invisible Woman tells the story of the scandalous relationship between Charles Dickens and Nelly Ternan.
Funny, easy to read novel that conceals its pithy story about healing and transformation in funky fashion, rock and roll gossip, and a great deal of verve.
A beautifully written novel, full of mystery, character growth and excitement.
The game is afoot for Oscar Wilde and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, on a case infused with secrets and secret passageways, ambitions and manipulations.
The pair investigates murders, opium trade, encounter death traps, and more--all with the common denominator of the devilish Fu Manchu.
Reminds us that Tolstoy was a poetic critic of modern society.
A feel-good mystery with plenty of deliciously gruesome twists and a super fast-paced narrative.
Have you longed to take just one more turn in the grounds of Pemberley, or just another peek at Rosings?
A rollicking read, full of laughs and lots of fun for readers who can spot the literary in-jokes.
Changing lives move from the individual to collective in character-driven stories, while big questions about life and love are considered.