The Louise Walters Collection

Highly readable, beautiful writing, flawless plots, and fully developed characters, from the independent literary publisher, Louise Walters Books.

Genre-crossing literary fiction that spans the bridge of highly readable literature (beautiful writing, flawless plots, fully developed characters) and pushes the reader into the deep waters of intrigue, deception, social ills and shattered realities.

In this collection, discover a paranormal thriller where the devil is in the detail, a cosy without a detective (and questionably without a crime), and a deeply considered, lightly brushed novelette about the highs and lows of real life marriage. The book itself is a metaphor for the story!


The Naseby Horses

by Dominic Brownlow

A teenager, recovering from a massive epileptic seizure, attempts to unravel the disappearance of his twin sister, while fact, legend, memory and epilepsy tamper with his reality.

Why you'll love The Naseby Horses

A literary novel disguised as a paranormal thriller, The Naseby Horses by Dominic Brownlow is a story with descriptions so immersive that it slows you up, keeps you asking questions, and builds tension that bursts in the final scene with a finish that is well worth the read.


Author/Publisher Receives £3.99

The Last Words of Madeleine Anderson

by Helen Kitson

Gabrielle has deliberately made an innocuous and mundane life for herself. But 20 years after her one and only brilliant novel was published, her secrets are in danger of being exposed.

Why you'll love The Last Words of Madeleine Anderson

The Last Words of Madeleine Anderson by Helen Kitson is small-town gossip in novel form, where the truth is a lie, and even the liars don’t know the truth. A post-modern story of the sort of personal intrigue that can only happen to real people, brilliantly written, hard to categorise, and cleverly devised.


Author/Publisher Receives £3.99

In the Sweep of the Bay

by Cath Barton

This warm-hearted tale explores marriage, love, and longing, set against the majestic backdrop of Morecambe Bay, the Lakeland Fells, and the faded splendour of the Midland Hotel.

Why you'll love In the Sweep of the Bay

In the Sweep of the Bay by Cath Barton is a quiet book with some important themes. Nuanced, undramatic and unsentimental, it deals with the oppression of women and how that affects everyone. An account of an ordinary marriage gone stale, a portrait is drawn of lost potential, constrained dreams and limited lives, but with hope that lingers long after you’ve read it.


Author/Publisher Receives £2.39



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