It begins with a rumour, an exciting whisper. Anything to break the tedium of the harem for the Shah's eldest daughter. People speak of a man with a face so vile it would make a hangman faint, but a voice as sweet as an angel's kiss. A master of illusion and stealth. A masked performer, known only as Vachon.
"A sumptuous dark treat of a novel, will keep you shocked and enthralled until the very last page." - Will Davis, author of The Trapeze Artist
"Disquieting and enchanting." - Peter Dawes, USA Today best-selling author of Pandora
The un-a-musing, anti-inspirational, tangled, twisted and possibly tragic regurgitation of a recovering mind.
One author's battle against block, involving murderous moths, a fatal and heartfelt plague, one of those transfer tattoos you used to be able to buy down the Post Office, and a kid who fell into a quarry.
"At times, haunting. At times, bizarre. I don't know what to make of this." - A. Reader.
Historical fiction set in a tuberculosis sanatorium in 1930s South Australia. Four patients unravel a complex set of relationships. From the trenches of Gallipoli to a burning house on the Ceduna coast, everybody has a secret to keep.
Described by one reader as, "Chick lit with balls."
After her boyfriend Mark unceremoniously dumps her in the bathroom of a nightclub, Phoebe Gelber throws herself into work, trying to forget.
This is how she meets dishy George McCally. Only, the most handsome guy in the room isn't exactly what he seems.
Can Phoebe's feelings for George survive society, family, former friends and those within the LGBT community who would sabotage them?
The Children of Lir
A curse that lasted 900 years, a legend that lasted forever.
From the Iron Age of Ireland to the dawn of Christianity, this epic retelling traverses the realms of magic and sorcery. From the fort of Fionnachaidh to the watery wastes of Sruth na Maoile, it tells of the downfall of an ancient race and the children caught in its wake.
A story travelling from the 1820s to modern times, exploring the history of photography and post-mortem photography in particular. From the Victorian fascination with photographing the dead to the modern practice of photographing stillbirths.
The story of three lives, spanning the history of photography and our relationship with mortality.
The trees whisper stories in the deep, dark woods.
This is the retelling of three ancient fairy tales by the women who lived them. Stories that at first seem unrelated become twisted together like the branches above.
One night, a little boy appears at the window of a girl’s cottage. Birthed by rain and thunder, he is motherless and hungry. Their friendship will lead them deep into the woods, where years later a girl draped in donkey skin will beg for their protection. Two sisters, a bear, and a man of undetermined height form the link in this chain, as they journey between the mountain’s legs to a castle far, far away.
From the witch and the wolf to the king and his courtiers, no one leaves the tangled forest unchanged.