An ambitious, remarkable and moving novel about who we are: our past, present and future, and our connection to this land. READ MORE
Categories for Literary Fiction
Join us for Literary Bites!
Join HarperCollins publishers Catherine Milne and Anna Valdinger as they introduce to you four incredible authors; Caroline Overington, Eliza Henry-Jones, Catherine McKinnon and Sandra Leigh Price for the first edition of Literary Bites! The best part: Although Literary Bites is a live event at our company headquarters, you will be able to tune in at home via our Facebook Channel - just like the page and you'll be notified when we begin live-streaming. READ MORE
Book Club Reads
Welcome to the February edition of Book Club Reads! If your book club has been on hiatus over the holiday period, or if starting a book club is one of your 2017 resolutions, then we're here to help you on your way and find a book that everyone will be dying to talk about! READ MORE
Dancing with the Devil | Lesley Truffle
Why Sunni Overend Resents the Term ‘Women’s Fiction’
5 of the Best Fictional Cats
Happy National Cat Day! We can't think of anything more comforting than curling up with a furry, feline friend and a really excellent book. So today, on National Cat Day, we are celebrating the relationship between readers and their cats, and the fictional cats from some of our most beloved books. READ MORE
Long Weekend Ebook Specials
It's the long weekend and you finally have time to relax! Why not get stuck into one of these ebook bargains - we've got something for everyone. From addictive thrillers and award-winning literary fiction to engrossing history and memoirs, we've got your weekend book-binge covered! Happy reading! READ MORE
Book Club Reads September
A House Without Windows – reading guide
For two decades, Zeba was a loving wife, a patient mother, and a peaceful villager. But her quiet life is shattered when her husband, Kamal, is found brutally murdered in the courtyard of their home. Nearly catatonic with shock, Zeba is unable to account for her whereabouts at the time of his death. Barely escaping a vengeful mob, Zeba is arrested and jailed. Awaiting trial, she meets a group of women, Nafisa, Latifa, and Mezhgan, whose own misfortunes have led them to these bleak cells. For these women, the prison is both a haven and a punishment, and there they form an indelible sisterhood. Can she save herself or them? A moving look at the lives of modern Afghan women, A House Without Windows is astonishing, unforgettable, and triumphant. A House Without Windows makes the perfect choice for your next book club - make sure you download our reading guide to generate discussion and debate! Plus, you can find lots of ideas for book clubs here in our September edition of Book Club Reads!