Set against an eerie landscape, awash with secrets, The Vogue is a grimly poetic dance through the intertwined stories of a deeply religious community, an abandoned military base, and a long-shuttered children's Care Home.
The first work of fiction from award-winning poet Frances Leviston offers a frighteningly perceptive slice of contemporary womanhood. Ten women, all called Claire, are tangled up in complex power dynamics with their families, friends, and lovers.
At a grand Reykjavik hotel the doorman has been repeatedly stabbed in the dingy basement room he called home. It is only a few days before Christmas and he was preparing to appear as Santa Claus at a children's party. The manager tries to keep the murder under wraps.
Captures the essence of Marrakesh: the crowds, the smells - of spices, camels and the souks - and the sounds of the city, from the cries of the blind beggars and the children's call for alms to the unearthly silence on the still roofs above the hordes.
Anton Vowl is missing. Ransacking his Paris flat, a group of his faithful companions trawl through his diary for any hint as to his location and, insidiously, a ghost, from Vowl's past starts to cast its malignant shadow.
Cassie Black is an ex-con who needs to make one more score in order to fulfill the dream that sustained her in prison. A brilliant, high-tension thriller set in the glittery, surreal world of Las Vegas, from the award-winning No.1 bestselling author.