Imagining A Murder: The Cartland Case Revisited
When the mutilated corpse of British headmaster John Cartland was discovered in the Provence wilderness in March 1973, the 'Cartland murder' became an international cause celebre. But who had butchered the 60-year old and for why? Imagining a Murder recounts an incredible true story.
Fair Enough: Letter to a Lost Soul
Fair Enough is author and critic Stockton Heath's memoir of a friend who was both 'remarkable and ordinary' and 'who could, had he chosen to do so, have achieved greatness. He chose not to.' Funny and poignant in equal measures, Fair Enough is a meditation on life, death and everything in between.
Cull of the Canines
Imagine a world in which people can be switched on and off at will, where in order to comply with "consensus" they are capable of committing acts of brutality - even to the point of slaughtering innocent creatures? Cull of the Canines portrays a nightmare dystopia of Orwellian proportions It couldn't happen here, could it?