Book review: Amongst Our Weapons, Ben Aaronovitch
The latest in the series blends fantasy and realism and London's historical past.
Book review: Those Who Perish, Emma Viskic
An audacious imaginative accomplishment features a differently-abled detective.
Book review: The Fish, Lloyd Jones
A lyrical and allegorical novel that tugs at the binds of family.
Book review: The Grass Hotel, Craig Sherborne
A poetic word painting of dementia and of dying, of love and yearning
Book review: Dinner with the Schnabels, Toni Jordan
Jordan's latest novel is a funny and heartfelt look at the chaos of love, marriage and family.
Book review: Everyone In My Family Has Killed Someone, Benjamin Stevenson
Funny and ingenious, this is an exemplary contribution to the detective genre.
Book review: The Sorrow Stone, Kári Gíslason
An historical fiction set in Iceland is rich with detail about societal and cultural mores.
Book review: Other Houses, Paddy O'Reilly
A gritty tale of class and aspirations and falling deep within the cracks.
Book review: If you're happy, Fiona Robertson
A collection of stories that will bring you small bursts of joy.
Book review: Sadvertising, Ennis Ćehić
A surreal and satirical collection of short stories set in and around the world of advertising.