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. The Operator
    Action-packed murder mystery set on the stormy North-East coast. Learn More »
  2. The Little Man
    A frightening vision of Russia by a young and talented author - revealing how the younger generation increasingly view their country. Learn More »
  3. The Absent Therapist
    “Eaves succeeds triumphantly. Economy is essential, and he does economy with great style, establishing people and situations with cameo scenes and sharp dialogue.” Penelope Lively. Learn More »
  4. Little Smiles (eBook)

    Little Smiles is a short novel set in a fictional childrens’ home somewhere in England. Based on the author’s own 25 years experience of working as a social worker with children in care the story gives a frank, honest and often harrowing and disturbing insight into the lives of vulnerable children in residential care and of the staff who struggle to look after them.

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  5. Blood Sisters
    Historical fiction set during the French Revolution. Learn More »
  6. Mission to Mars
    A blistering corporate conspiracy novel for the Pussy Riot generation. Learn More »
  7. The London Magazine Diary 2014

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    The London Magazine Diary 2014. Learn More »
  8. The Tip of My Tongue

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    Author previously shortlisted for the Man Booker and James Tait Black Memorial Prizes, and acclaimed in the Times, the FT, the Scotsman, Stylist, Marie Claire, Good Housekeeping and Waterstones Books Quarterly. Learn More »
  9. Fountainville

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    Author of Bloomsbury novel The Pleasure Seekers, longlisted for the Orange Prize in 2011, and acclaimed by Salman Rushdie and Louis de Bernières, and in the Guardian, Observer, Independent, FT and Vanity Fair. Learn More »
  10. Black Lightning
    Third novel from iconic Caribbean author Roger Mais. Learn More »

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