The Devil’s Dice by Roz Watkins is the first in the DI Meg Dalton crime series and was shortlisted for the CWA Debut Dagger Award.
Bradley wins the Monster Jackpot and spends it all but his wife is having a bad week. Will their relationship survive their opposite values?
Cornish-born Tessa, trained in classical ballet, toured the world as an acrobatic cabaret dancer for 25 years. Bare exposes its dangerous, seedy nightlife.
That Sadie Thing by Annalisa Crawford is a hauntingly beautiful book of short stories. ‘Our stories never end, they just lead to the next.’
In Nakadai, by Walker Zupp, our hero ‘decides to fight the Great Word—and confuse the hell out of his PhD student, Nicola, along the way…’
Ella Walsworth-Bell and her co-authors have created a debut poetry anthology about sea swimmers, sea swimming, and Cornwall.
The Cats of Tregoyne and What the Cats of Tregoyne Did Next by Caroline Palmer: a cats eye view of change and economics in Cornwall
Mawla, Nancekuke and More About Porthtowan and Towan Cross by Caroline Palmer is packed with black and white photographs and local histories.