A return to Hutchison’s balkanized Europe, a near-future police procedural that follows two narratives that converge at an alternate universe.
Rudi, an Estonian chef working in Poland, must navigate a balkanized Europe fractured into hundreds of polities, in a novel that reads like the love-child of le Carré and Kafka.
Richard Temperley finds his erstwhile travel companion—a disagreeable fellow passenger—dead, with a mysterious woman and a crimson metal “Z” the only clues to the murderer…
A massive collection of China Mieville’s short fiction, totaling 28 stories such as: “The Dowager of Bees,” “Säcken,” “After the Festival,” “Polynia,” and others.
Tens of thousands of years into the far flung future, the Earth has become a veritable hothouse, home to new forms of plant life that threaten humanity with extinction.
An original collection of under-appreciated and overlooked Golden Age mystery stories set in London, from the British Library Crime Classics series.
Avice Benner Cho returns to Embassytown, home of the enigmatic Hosts and soon to be a flashpoint as cultures, factions, and even languages come into conflict.
The British Library Crime Classics’ first short-story anthology, collecting fourteen vintage mystery shorts first published between 1910 and 1953.
When humanity finds another spacefaring race wallowing in mud and its own excrement, its unpleasant characteristics cause human scientists to question its intelligence.
This classic alternate history examines the England of 1968, after Queen Elizabeth was assassinated and the Spanish Armada led to the successful Catholic conquest of England.
The only thing between Bobbie Cheldon and marrying the love of his live is his lack of cold, hard cash—an inheritance he won’t collect until his uncle has passed away…