|Author:||Marquis De Sade; Thomas Wynn (Translator, Introduction by); Will McMorran (Introduction by, Translator)|
"The 120 Days of Sodom is Sade's masterpiece. A still unsurpassed catalogue of sexual abberrations and the first systematic exploration of the psychopathology of sex, it was written during Sade's imprisonment and then lost after the storming of the Bastille in 1789. Later red... read more
Well we're back again, They never kicked us out, twenty thousand years of SHOUT SHOUT SHOUT. Down through the epochs and out across the continents, generation upon generation of the Justified Ancients of Mu Mu have told variants of the same story - an end of days story, a final ... read more
From the author of the New York Times bestseller City on FireA Granta Best of Young American Novelist 2017 'A young author of boundless and unflagging talents' New York TimesWe can all agree on this much, Marnie thought- nobody saw the Hungate divorce... read more
The riveting narrative of an honorable Irish priest who finds the church collapsing around him at a pivotal moment in its history.
Propelled into the priesthood by a family tragedy, Odran Yates is full of hope and ambition. When he arrives at Clonliffe Seminary in the 1970s, it is a time in Irel... read more
*** SHORTLISTED FOR THE NATIONAL BOOK AWARDS *** THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER
'A compelling and moving story, expertly told, that will draw you in and keep you in its grip until the last page.' DAILY EXPRESS
'Magnificent ... his writing is evocative and perfect. His gra... read more
A seductive, unputdownable psychodrama following one brilliant, ruthless man who will stop at nothing in his pursuit of success "Clever, chilling, and beautifully paced; a study of inner corrosion that Patricia Highsmith herself could not have done better." -- The Ti... read more
August 1923. All is quiet in the Holmes household in Sussex as Mary Russell works on academic research while Sherlock Holmes conducts malodorous chemistry experiments. But the peace quickly disappears as out of the past comes Dorothy Ruskin, an amateur archeologist from the Holy Land, who brings the c... read more
A Room of One's Own, based on a lecture given at Girton College Cambridge, is one of the great feminist polemics. Woolf's blazing writing on female creativity, the role of the writer, and the silent fate of Shakespeare's imaginary sister remains a powerful reminder of a woman's need for financial independence and intellectual freedom.
George Hall doesn't understand the modern obsession with talking about everything. 'The secret of contentment, George felt, lay in ignoring many things completely.' Some things in life, however, cannot be ignored. At fifty-seven, George is settling down to a comfortable retir... read more
'The most exquisite story of heroism, deception, love and treachery you'll find this year.' Simon Mayo 'This is a rich vein for fiction, and Scott does it more than justice, with this beautifully imagined, beautifully written, smart, sophisticated - but fiercely suspensef... read more
Sometimes I whisper it over to myself- Murderess. Murderess. It rustles, like a taffeta skirt along the floor. In 1843, a 16-year-old Canadian housemaid named Grace Marks was tried for the murder of her employer and his mistress. The sensationalistic trial made headlin... read more