Eernt Allbright returns home from the Vietnam War damaged and broken, and ravaged by the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. When he is offered the chance to move to Alaska with his family, he sees it as a chance for a fresh start. However, as the family struggle to cope with the bleak and harsh Alaskan climate, they are forced to face harsh truths. This beautifully written tale is a rewarding read which will delight fans of Kristin Hannah’s much loved previous novel 'The Nightingale'.
Alfred Bussi is a retired musician who is one night attacked by an intruder whom he believes is a feral child living in the forest outside his town. His life gradually begins to unravel as the community he lives in questions what needs to be done about the town's expanding population of poorer inhabitants. This an important and timely new novel about community and belonging from the author of 'Harvest'.
Devastated by the loss of his close childhood friend, war correspondent Tom returns from Sarajevo and embarks on a road trip to the experimental ‘Restless Souls’ clinic in California. A powerful and sublime debut about war and loss, male friendship, and the power of home.
An elderly woman reaching the end of her days in a nursing home reflects back on her troubled life as a strict Presbyterian in the South of Ireland. Spanning a period of over 50 years, 'Silence Under a Stone' is a lyrical and poignant portrait of one woman's struggle to reconcile faith and family.