Books for Independent Thinkers


It may be the relative youngster on the literary scene, but the novel is the king of reads. Here’s our selection of fictive treats from the UK and across the world.

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  1. Rosie Hogarth (eBook)

    In the spring of 1949, Jack Agass belatedly returns from the war to the working class street in Islington where he grew up. A proud, supportive community — with a pub and a barber shop, and a common love of The Arsenal. But the street has changed.

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  2. King Dido (eBook)

    1911, East London. The police collaborate with racketeers to keep an uneasy peace, periodically broken by vicious street wars.

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  3. The Open Door (eBook)

    The Open Door follows Saturday Night and Sunday Morning as the final volume in the Seaton series.

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  4. Holophin (eBook)

    It is 2031 and the must-have gadget is the Holophin: a tiny, dolphin-shaped microprocessor which cures your worst impulses and phobias, comforts you in your grief or boredom and makes everything look much, much prettier.

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  5. Benefits (eBook)

    It is summer... a heat wave... tense uneasy days in the city. A classic of women's and dystopian writing.

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  6. Kosmonaut Zero

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    A new space-race novel by “Manchester’s greatest science fiction writer” (Anthony H Wilson). Learn More »
  7. Shark

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    “Wes Brown is one of the best young writers around at the moment" – Anthony Clavane. Learn More »
  8. Girl in White (ebook)

    Girl in White is the extraordinary story of the German expressionist painter Paula Modershohn-Becker (1876-1907), told from the fictionalised perspective of her daughter, Mathilde.

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  9. The Lost Sister (eBook)

    Following on from the successful The Good Son, Russel McLean’s Scottish Private Eye J McNee gets drawn into trying to find a missing child, the God-daughter of local hard man David Burns who seems to have some friends on the Dundee police force.

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  10. The Good Son (eBook)

    James Robertson, a local farmer, finds his estranged brother’s corpse hanging from a tree. The police claim suicide. But Dundonian private investigator J. McNee is about to uncover the disturbing truth behind the death.

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