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Paperback, 03/02/2011, £11.99
Michael Arditti's passionate and provocative novel combines tender romance with a unique and richly observed setting. Packed with eccentric and engaging characters, it challenges accepted notions of sickness and health, duty and sacrifice, the nature of miracles and the workings of grace.


Paperback, 10/03/2008, £6.99
High Church ritual, evangelical revivalism and the ancestor-worship of the English gentry are all subjected to merciless scrutiny. This book is both a devastating portrait of Church of England and a reworking of the central myth of Western culture.


Paperback, 30/04/2009, £8.99
After a nervous collapse while serving at the altar, his college principal sends him on a placement to London where he enters an unfamiliar world of outcasts, down-and-outs, rent boys, religious fundamentalists and people with AIDS. In increasing despair, he embarks on a journey through the world of Jack the Ripper.

Enemy of the Good

Paperback, 04/02/2010, £10.99
The Glanvilles are an extraordinary family. Edwin is a retired bishop who has lost his faith. Marta, is a anthropologist. Their son, Clement, is a gay painter. Their daughter, Susannah, is a music publicist. Over three years, the family goes through a sequence of events that causes it to reassess its deepest values and closest relationships.

Pagan and Her Parents

Paperback, 03/02/2011, £7.99


Paperback, 19/04/2012, £7.99
First serious novel about Lourdes since Zola

Breath of Night

Paperback, 15/06/2014, £8.99
A missionary priest is imprisoned for murder in a rural village in the Philippines. Three decades later, following his own mysterious death, a cult develops demanding he be canonised. As Philip Seward goes to investigate, he is drawn into a labyrinth of vice, violence, and corruption where nothing and nobody are what they seem.

Widows and Orphans

Hardback, 26/02/2015, £14.99
Lyrical and witty, moving and profound, Widows and Orphans tells the story of Duncan Neville, a newspaper editor struggling to maintain the various aspects of his life which appear to be falling apart. Arditti paints a compelling portrait of a good man fighting for his principles in a hostile world.