Jan Morris: Life from Both Sides - Paul Clements 

Jan Morris was considered one of Britain's best-loved writers. The author of Venice, Pax Britannica, Conundrum, and more than fifty other books. Born James Humphry Morris in 1926, she became a foreign correspondent, the only journalist to join the first ascent of Mount Everest in 1953, she covered the trial of Adolf Eichmann and her reportage spanned many of the twentieth century's defining moments. Here, the many strands of Morris's rich life are brought together.

Girls Like Us! 

- By: Anike Bay

A lesbian drama. 

The Brotherhood: Legacy

- By Merry Farmer 

Modern-day stories of the men of The Brotherhood.

Stone the Crows - By TA Moore

Dr Nicholas Blake might still be afraid of the dark but the monsters his grandmother tormented him with as a child aren’t real. Or so he thought! The sea freezes, the country grinds to a halt under the snow, and he finds a half-dead man bleeding out while a dead woman watches.