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The Prosecutor

By Nazir Afzal

Nazir Afzal knows a thing or two about justice. As a Chief Prosecutor, it was his job to make sure the most complex, violent and harrowing crimes made it to […]

Rumaysa: A Fairytale

By Radiya Hafiza

'Rumaysa, Rumaysa, let down your hijab!'For as long as she can remember Rumaysa has been locked away in her tall, tall tower, forced to use her magic to spin straw […]

The Khan

By Saima Mir

Be twice as good as men and four times as good as white men. Jia Khan has always lived like this. A successful lawyer, her London life is a long […]

Fragile Monsters

By Catherine Menon

Mary is a difficult grandmother for Durga to love. She is sharp-tongued and ferocious, with more demons than there are lines on her palms. When Durga visits her in rural […]

Barbara Throws a Wobbler (Private)

By Nadia Shireen

Barbara is having one of those days. She has a sock problem and there's a strange pea. Then, all of a sudden, Barbara's Wobbler is out of control! But what happens when […]

Lessons in Love and Other Crimes

By Elizabeth Chakrabarty

Tesya has reasons to feel hopeful after leaving her last job, where she was subjected to a series of anonymous hate crimes. Now she is back home in London to […]

How to Kidnap the Rich

By Rahul Raina

Ramesh is an 'examinations consultant'. He is a cog in the wheel that keeps India's middle classes thriving. When he takes an exam for Rudi – an intolerably lazy but […]

China Room

By Sunjeev Sahota

A multigenerational novel of love, oppression, trauma and the pursuit of freedom, inspired in part by the author's own family history, China Room twines together the stories of a woman and a […]

Never Teach a Stegosaurus to Do Sums

By Rashmi Sirdeshpande

A love letter to learning and the power of numbers from exciting talents, Rashmi Sirdeshpande and Diane Ewen. A laugh-out-loud 'what if . . .?' adventure that celebrates maths being […]

The Startup Wife

By Tahmima Anam

Halfway through her PhD and already dreaming of running her own lab, computer scientist Asha has her future all mapped out. Then a chance meeting and whirlwind romance with her […]

(M)otherhood: On the choices of being a woman

By Pragya Agarwal

In a world where women have more choices than ever, society nevertheless continues to exert the stigma and pressures of less enlightened times when it comes to childbirth, defining women […]

I Know What I Saw

By Imran Mahmood

I saw it. He smothered her, pressing his hands on her face. The police don't believe me, they say it's impossible - but I know what I saw. This is […]

Consumed: A Sister’s Story

By Arifa Akbar

All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way. When Arifa Akbar discovered that her sister had fallen seriously ill, she assumed there would be […]

Good News!: Why the World isn’t as Bad as You Think

By Rashmi Sirdeshpande

A positive, reassuring and anxiety-eliminating book helping children change the way they think about the world Pandemics, war, terror, natural disasters - the world feels scarier than ever. And we're […]

A Dutiful Boy

By Mohsin Zaidi

A coming of age memoir about growing up queer in a strict Muslim household. Mohsin grew up in a poor pocket of east London, in a devout shia Muslim community. […]

The Blood Divide

By A. A. Dhand

The last thing Jack Baxi expected when a detective rang his doorbell in the middle of the night was that he'd be tortured and left for dead, with a young […]

You People

By Nikita Lalwani

The Pizzeria Vesuvio looks like any other Italian restaurant in London - with a few small differences. The chefs who make the pizza fiorentinas are Sri Lankan, and half the […]

The Giant Dark

By Sarvat Hasin

The Giant Dark is an award-winning debut novel about love and fame. Aida is a rock star at her peak with a devoted cultish fanbase who follow her every move. When […]

Would I Lie to You?

By Aliya Ali-Afzal

A page-turning, warm-hearted and wise debut novel about Faiza, a glossy banker's wife who must hide the fact she's spent the family's savings when her husband, Tom, loses his job. […]

The Roles We Play

By Sabba Khan

The Roles We Play is Sabba Khan's debut graphic novel collecting a series of short essays that explore themes of identity, belonging and memory within the East London Pakistani Muslim […]

Red Pill

By Hari Kunzru

‘From now on when you see something, you’re seeing it because I want you to see it. When you think of something, it’ll be because I want you to think […]

The Right to Sex

By Amia Srinivasan

We still do not know how to talk about sex. The current debate about sexual entitlement, objectification, rape culture or pornography fixates on the idea of consent as an objective […]

Winston Churchill: His Times, His Crimes

By Tariq Ali

The subject of numerous biographies and history books, Winston Churchill has been repeatedly voted as one of the greatest of Englishmen. Even today, Boris Johnson in his failing attempts to […]

The Shadows of Men

By Abir Mukherjee

Calcutta, 1923 When a Hindu theologian is found murdered in his home, the city is on the brink of all-out religious war. Can officers of the Imperial Police Force, Captain […]

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