There is a particular glamour to party nights in cities like Beirut or Tel Aviv – the proximity of the sea, the dark starry nights, suntanned boys and girls dancing the night away at impromptu gatherings, smoking on balconies and rooftop terraces, sometimes encountering that unexpected spark of attraction.
On the last day of 1930, a young man wrote a prescient article for the Cardiff Western Mail: “Liberty, for which fighters in Britain have struggled for centuries, is now considered pre-Victorian humbug throughout the world”.
A tale of unrequited love in three epic chapters is set against the sprawling landscapes of a rapidly changing China.
A quietly intense love story start in a Berlin Konditorei.
A highly topical thriller and a genuinely engaging bittersweet romance, this tale of complex loyalties, kinship, and love is based on real-life stories of Mossad operatives.