In this riveting, poignant memoir of three generations of women and the white dresses that adorned them—television producer Mary Pflum Peterson recounts a journey through loss and redemption, and her battle to rescue her mother, a former nun, from compulsive hoarding.
When India Hartley is accused of murder, she must uncover the deceptions of others to save herself.
Sigal Samuel’s debut novel, in the vein of Nicole Krauss’s bestselling The History of Love, is an imaginative story that delves into the heart of Jewish mysticism, faith, and family.
Magical realism, lyrical prose, and the pain and passion of human love haunt this hypnotic generational saga.
The Gap of Time is the first title in the Hogarth Shakespeare series: this major international project will see Shakespeare’s plays reimagined by some of today’s bestselling and most celebrated writers.
One of the most notorious and bizarre mysteries of the Edwardian age, for readers who loved The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher.
In this ‘bewitching supernatural romp,' Zelazny created the similar tension between two worlds, the real and the sinister, as he did in his renown Chronicles of Amber series.
Now in paperback, the novel that Hilary Mantel calls "visually acute, skillfully written" — a compelling historical thriller set in 1700s Sweden from an exciting new literary talent.