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Ride or Die

JAY QASIM is trying to lay low after nearly being killed, for the second time. But then he gets word that notorious terrorist and his father The Teacher is still alive. […]

I Never Said I Loved You

On an unlikely backpacking trip, Rhik and his mother find themselves speaking openly for the first time in years. Afterwards, the depression that has weighed down on Rhik begins to […]

Death in the East

Calcutta police detective Captain Sam Wyndham and his quick-witted Indian Sergeant, Surrender-not Banerjee, are back for another rip-roaring adventure set in 1920s India. 1905, London. As a young constable, Sam Wyndham […]

Midnight at Malabar House

As India celebrates the arrival of a momentous new decade, Inspector Persis Wadia stands vigil in the basement of Malabar House, home to the city's most unwanted unit of police […]

Superior: The Return of Race Science

For millennia, dominant societies have had the habit of believing their own people to be the best, deep down: the more powerful they become, the more power begins to be […]

Red Pill

‘I knew there was something profoundly but subtly wrong, some urgent question I had to answer, that concerned me in isolation and couldn’t be solved by waking Rei or going […]

Truth Be Told

The new hard-hitting courtroom drama from the author of Take It Back. Kamran Hadid is seventeen years old, and feels invincible. He attends Hampton school, an elite all-boys boarding school […]

Stone Cold Trouble (Zaq & Jags)

Set in the heart of West London's Asian community, this is the latest instalment in the unmissable ZAQ & JAGS series. Trying – and failing – to keep his head […]

This Green and Pleasant Land

In the sleepy village of Babel's End, trouble is brewing. Bilal Hasham is having a mid-life crisis. His mother has just died, and he finds peace lying in a grave […]

Today I’m Strong

A touching story about finding your inner strength, written by BBC TV star Nadiya Hussain.

Brown Baby: A Memoir of Race, Family and Home

From the editor of The Good Immigrant. We have to believe in hope in these dark uncertain times. Hope brings us together. How do you find hope and even joy in […]

Mark My Words

Fifteen-year-old Dua Iqbal has always had trouble minding her own business. With a silver-tongue and an inquisitive nature, a career in journalism seems fated. When her school merges with another […]