A Most Dangerous Innocence offers a glimpse into the early days of the Second World War, seen from a sleepy corner of Britain. It is also a meditation on childhood guilt, innocence, loyalty, and the courage to stand alone.
Author Joseph Pearce invites readers to return with the eyes of an adult to C.S. Lewis’ magical land of Narnia. Beloved by generations of readers, The Chronicles of Narnia are thought, erroneously, by some to be “mere children’s stories.”
In Lucy Beckett's latest novel, Clare Wilson, a widow in her late seventies, struggles to make sense of post-Brexit Britain in a world that has left her behind. Her quiet life is upset first by an unexpected death and then by Covid 19 and its consequences for her and for those she loves.