Sascha Arango's dark thriller set in small-town Germany, where everyone has a secret.
Reading Europe - The Truth and Other Lies homepage
William Boyd's novel follows one remarkable woman through the decades of the 20th century.
Sweet Caress: The Many Lives of Amory Clay homepage
Tessa Hadley's story of siblings, secrets, misunderstandings and passion
The Past homepage
Simon Mawer's tale of love, betrayal and espionage. Read by Peter Firth.
Harper Lee's explosive second novel, believed lost for decades. Abridged by Robin Brooks
Go Set a Watchman homepage
Paul Murray's madcap novel of institutional folly. Read by Peter Serafinowicz
The Mark and the Void homepage
By Paula Hawkins. Thriller told from multiple points of view
The Girl on the Train homepage
Elizabeth von Arnim details the joys and frustrations of creating a garden
Elizabeth and Her German Garden homepage
Doreen Estall abridges the 1968 novel by Charles Portis. Read by Nancy Crane
True Grit homepage
By Jami Attenberg. Story following the life of a big-hearted theatre proprietress.
Saint Mazie homepage
Owen Sheers' compelling new story of the search for truth, read by Mark Bazeley.
I Saw a Man homepage
By Sarah Hall. Compelling novel about wilderness, family, power and love.
The Wolf Border homepage
Anne Enright's story of family, selfishness and compassion on Ireland's Atlantic coast
The Green Road homepage
By Vesna Goldsworthy. A story about beauty, money and books. Read by Philip Arditti.
Molly McGrann's novel about the discovery of a dead man's double life and its dark secrets
The Ladies of the House homepage
Fiona Rintoul's tale of love, betrayal and redemption in the dying days of the Cold War.
The Leipzig Affair homepage
By Kazuo Ishiguro. Moving and mysterious story about how societies remember and forget.
The Buried Giant homepage
Elizabeth Harrower's 1971 novel, set among the grand houses of Sydney harbour after WWII
In Certain Circles homepage
Andrew O'Hagan's novel about 82-year-old Anne Quirk, a pioneer of documentary photography
The Illuminations homepage
Ian McDiarmid reads Robert Louis Stevenson's cautionary tale about a devilish pact.
The Bottle Imp homepage
By Anthony Quinn. A story of love, murder and a society dancing towards the abyss.
Curtain Call homepage
Short stories by Hilary Mantel.
The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher homepage
Muriel Spark's rapier-witted portrait of genteel young women's lives in postwar London.
The Girls of Slender Means homepage
EM Delafield charts the day-to-day life of a Devonshire-dwelling lady.
The Diary of a Provincial Lady homepage
Mary Costello's powerful novel recounts the life of Irish farmer's daughter Tess Lohan.
Academy Street homepage
By Alex Preston. Story of a young man's journey of self-discovery in wartime Italy.
In Love and War homepage
Adaptation of the last of the four Sherlock Holmes novels by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Sherlock Holmes: The Valley of Fear homepage
By Nigel Packer. A story of memory and place, old age and architecture.
The Restoration of Otto Laird homepage
By Colm Toibin. Haunting portrayal of one woman's journey through grief and towards hope.
Nora Webster homepage
David Mitchell's novel reveals the life of Holly Sykes through shifting perspectives.
The Bone Clocks homepage