Set in a grand old Gothic manor in England, Emma Rous’ latest follows two girls from their teens to present day lives, and the web of suspense that envelopes them.
In “The Island of Sea Women,” she explores a unique culture where women go to the sea daily while men stay home to care for children.
Jenny Bayliss’ breezy rom-com follows near-perfect singleton Kate as she navigates the dating world in search of a partner just in time for the holidays.
Banerjee is a graphic novelist, artist and co-founder of Phatomville, a comics publishing house. It aims to provide a platform for Indian writers and artists to produce mature graphic novels.
The novel examines in whimsical fashion how different would things turn out had we been given the chance to lead alternative lives.
Ciara Geraghty's latest is a female buddy novel filled with funny moments, wonderful food, bittersweet experiences, and an unforgettable adventure.
In the same vein as the brilliant ‘Girl on the Train,’ Lisa Unger’s new book is yet another gripping train trope thriller where secrets confessed to a stranger lead to “a vortex of pain.”
"The Kingdom," a stand-alone novel by Norwegian author Jo Nesbø, best known for his compelling police procedural about Inspector Harry Hole.
Character of Dennis Creed sparked uproar due to an early review that noted his habit of cross-dressing, amid a row surrounding Rowling’s views on transgender people.