Book List:9 titles
  • A love story of two very real, unusual people, and a novel rich with wonders that shines a radically different light on society's marginal figures.Stitch by perfect stitch, Andrew Garvie makes exquisite dolls in the finest antique style. Like him, th...


  • Named as one of '50 Writers You Should Read Now' by The Guardian. From the award-winning author of The Rift, Nina Allan, The Silver Wind is a remarkable narrative exploring the nature of time itself.Martin Newland is fascinated by time. Watches and c...


  • Selena and Julie are sisters. As children they were closest companions, but as they grow towards maturity, a rift develops between them. There are greater rifts, however. Julie goes missing at the age of seventeen. It will be twenty years before Sele...


  • Willy Randle is a sensitive young man from a close, loving family. With a place at university and a new girlfriend, he’s happy and confident, his future secure – until a minor accident leaves him with altered perceptions, and his world is shatter...


  • "The Art of Space Travel" by Nina Allan is a science fiction novelette. In 2047, a first manned mission to Mars ended in tragedy. Thirty years later, a second expedition is preparing to launch. As housekeeper of the hotel where two of the astronauts ...


  • A child is kidnapped with consequences that extend across worlds A writer reaches into the past to discover the truth about a possible murder Far away a young woman prepares for her mysterious future The Race weaves together story threads and realit...


  • SPIN won the 2014 British Science Fiction Association Award. Nina Allan is acclaimed as a short fiction author and 'Spin' brings you an opportunity to try her longer fiction. 'Spin' is a novella which weaves Greek mythology, science fiction and al...


  • Martin Newland is fascinated by the nature of time. Watches and clocks are for him metaphorical time machines, a secret means of coming to terms with his clouded past and voyaging forward into the future. But was his first timepiece a Smith, given to...


  • In this book, the first collection from London writer Nina Allan, the full range of her styles is evident. Often using only the tiniest hints of the unusual or otherworldly to colour her narratives, these stories are rooted squarely in both the metic...