The eleventh Geraldine Steel mystery!
Mark Abbott is dead. His sister refuses to believe it was suicide, but only Detective Sergeant Geraldine Steel will listen.
Getting everything out of life is what they say. But shouldn't we fill our lives instead of emptying them?
A grand and ambitious novel about our times.
A very different form of Christmas story.
An intimate snapshot of the relationship between men and women in contemporary society, claustrophobic, fast-paced and sparkling with wit.
Meet Geraldine Steel and Ian Paterson together. A game-changing case.
Geraldine Steel struggles to readjust to her new place, solve the mystery and defend her shattered reputation.
In the precarity of modern urban living, what is it you can really count on? A psychogeographical and utopian project.
In the midst of the bitterness there was a countervailing hope, however naïve, that a time of crisis could offer an opportunity for change.
Flying through space and time.
A long-haul flight that turns into an emotional and intellectual adventure
Clothing and furniture have a habit of abruptly multiplying during clear-outs.
Margit Schreiner's new bitter-sharp novel about the imponderabilities of down-sizing.
Sense and Sensuality.
A feather-light dance around the desire for affection, love and art.