Natalie Chaulieu has a new assignment. A series of deaths in an old workers' utopia has caught the attention of the central government and she has been chosen as the liaison between the government and the investigation team. On arriving, she is struck by a world more brilliant and poetic than she has ever known, but as the case progresses it becomes clear that the deaths are intimately connected to the utopia, which is itself suffering a slow decline. As the investigation continues Natalie is forced to question whether the brilliance and poetry are worth saving, and, if so, at what cost...
Nigel Jay Cooper
A moving and vulnerable depiction of a relationship in decline. At times humorous, at times heartbreaking, it explores what it means to live, to love and to lose.
What ex-diplomat Michael Blake wanted was a quiet birding trip up the Nile – he wasn’t expecting a revolution ...
Nigel Jay Cooper
Who gets to say what's normal?
Frank will do anything to keep his mother and father apart. But he's carrying baggage - and it might just weigh him down ...
Alan Harrison is mourning the death of his wife. A trip to Sweden is in the offing - but will it help him get over it?
George B. Handley
A shared love of the Utah landscape heals family wounds for two unlikely friends in this tale of restoration in the wake of loss and betrayal.
J. Victor Tomaszek
James N. Patrick, Sr
The blood of the many for the profits of the few.
Steal a few cents and they put you in jail. Steal a few million and they put you in charge.
Oh how Lou Brown misses being a poor and miserable failure - he was so free then! This brilliant and hilarious novel is On the Road meets Catcher in the Rye in modern-day Los Angeles.
One rainy afternoon in a Brooklyn diner, Peter Howland punctures an egg with his fork. Repulsed, Peter pushes the plate away and never eats again.