Book List in Order:15 titles

  • A taut and witty atmospheric thriller and well-observed exploration of San Francisco café life in the 1980s with the enduring refugees of May 68. ORIGINAL PUBLISHED BY Gollancz in 1988 . From the author of A PEOPLE'S HISTORY OF COFFEE AND CAFÉS.SHO...


  • 'He opened the cupboard and stared in disbelief at the emptiness within. There wasn't any coffee left...' So begins this marvellous foray into a wondrous London-based coffee adventure combining literature, fantasy, history and art into a frothy cappu...



  • A strange disease is threatening Cambridge. Is it a new type of virus or does it involve something more sinister? The clock is ticking as famed epidemiologist, Peter Grant, races to find the mysterious toxin and its source before the city succumbs to...


  • RED DREAMS Set in the political turmoil of McCarthy's America, a young man searches for his father gone into hiding to escape the witch-hunts. Red Dreams is a coming-of-age adventure that leads from the straight-laced provinces of the American Midwes...


  • A young Mixtec Indian from Guatemala follows the trail of tears through Mexico to a migrant camp in the strawberry fields of California. There, instead of refuge, he finds himself accused of murder. Is he the killer or a patsy set up to distract atte...


  • Author Bob Biderman and illustrator Cat Webb team up to celebrate the fascinating thought patterns of unusual minds through stories and images, creating a book that's wonderfully inventive, insightful and humorous....


  • The first in a series of books exploring cities of the new Europe through an interconnected mystery. Sacha Dumont, the author and protagonist, is a British journalist of French and German extraction assigned to cover the emerging Europe of the 21st c...


  • Who is Koba? For Morris Kaplan, Koba was a fellow student protester. Left-wing attorney, Rocky Calhoon believes he was a freedom fighter killed in Bolivia. Others think he is still alive and running drugs from South America. A taut, witty atmospheric...






  • From the Beatnik cafes of San Francisco, hanging out with the likes of Ginsberg, to an Army boot camp in Georgia, this novel explores America's entry into Vietnam seen through the eyes of a young man caught up in the madness. Other wars have inspired...


  • Set in the political turmoil of McCarthy's America, a young man searches for his father gone into hiding to escape the witch-hunts. Red Dreams is a coming-of-age adventure that leads from the straight-laced provinces of the American Midwest to the an...


  • Book 4 of the Joseph Radkin Investigations Series. Investigative journalist Joseph Radkin is sent to Oregon to look into a bitter dispute between the logging industry and environmentalists. When a famed ecologist is killed, coupled with the disappear...


  • After the death of his predecessor, investigative journalist Joseph Radkin journeys to London to inquire into two sensational poisoning cases, but he soon realizes that the death of his predecessor may not have been an accident...



  • The first book of the Joseph Radkin Investigations series begins with a carton of letters and a stack of hundred dollar bills - an inheritance Radkin has received from his recently deceased dad. As Radkin's father was a life-long union activist who d...