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March Was Made of Yarn
March Was Made of Yarn
A collection of new writing on the subject of the 2011 Japanese earthquake
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A Necessary Evil
A Necessary Evil Abir Mukherjee
India, 1920. Captain Wyndham and Sergeant Banerjee of the Calcutta Police Force investigate the dramatic assassination of a Maharajahs son
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Smoke and Ashes
Smoke and Ashes Abir Mukherjee
Captain Sam Wyndham and his side-kick Surrender-not Banerjee return in this prize-winning historical crime series set in 1920s Calcutta, India.
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Never End
Never End Åke Edwardson
Detective Chief Inspector Erik Winter returns in a hard-boiled murder mystery about the dark and dirty underside of upstanding family life.
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Cinder Albert French
The outstanding follow-up to Albert French's BILLY (which Time magazine said 'may be the best first novel by a black author since Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye in 1969'), Cinder is a tale of racial division in Mississippi, leading up to and during WWII.
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The House of Rajani
The House of Rajani Alon Hilu
A rich, disturbing historical novel about the origins of the Arab-Israeli conflict
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Sudden Death
Sudden Death Álvaro Enrigue
A funny and mind-bending novel about the clash of empires and ideas in the sixteenth century, told over the course of one dazzling tennis match
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Philida André Brink
LONGLISTED FOR THE MAN BOOKER PRIZE 2012. An unforgettable story of a woman determined to find her freedom - set in South Africa in 1830s, as slavery was about to be abolished.
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The Blue Door
The Blue Door André Brink
THE BLUE DOOR is built around one of the oldest questions in storytelling: What if… ?
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The Cry of the Go-Away Bird
The Cry of the Go-Away Bird Andrea Eames
A fresh and gripping debut about growing up in Zimbabwe during the recent years of violent change.
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The White Shadow
The White Shadow Andrea Eames
A young Zimbabwean boy struggles to protect his mysterious and gifted younger sister in this suspenseful story set against the backdrop of the civil war
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Ten Andrej Longo
The Mafia and the Ten Commandments meet in these interlinked short stories about ordinary people living in the underbelly of Naples
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The Good Angel of Death
The Good Angel of Death Andrey Kurkov
The Good Angel of Death is a classic, first-rate Kurkov yarn which is sure to delight old and new fans alike.
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The Milkman in the Night
The Milkman in the Night Andrey Kurkov
A new masterpiece from the author of the cult classic Death and the Penguin.
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Hame Annalena McAfee
A literary detective story uncovering the past of a reclusive poet, as a mother and daughter make a new life on a remote Scottish island.
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The Spoiler
The Spoiler Annalena McAfee
A savagely entertaining satire of a celebrity-obsessed newspaper industry where journalists will do anything for a story
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Reykjavik Nights
Reykjavik Nights Arnaldur Indridason
The loner Erlendur has recently joined the police force as a young officer and is immediately drawn into the blackness of Reykjavik's underworld.
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Operation Napoleon
Operation Napoleon Arnaldur Indridason
A compelling international thriller sweeping from modern Iceland to America and Nazi Germany at the end of World War II
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Hypothermia Arnaldur Indridason
The latest thrilling instalment in Indridason's CWA Gold Dagger Award-winning Reykjavik Murder Mystery series.
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To the Top of the Mountain
To the Top of the Mountain Arne Dahl
Like Henning Mankell? Then you'll love Arne Dahl, the latest international crime sensation as seen on BBC Four.
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The Paper House Carlos Maria Dominguez
The perfect gift for anyone who is passionate about books, this beautifully illustrated enchanting literary mystery may strike fear into the heart of every book lover.
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How Saints Die
How Saints Die Carmen Marcus
Ellie Fleck has a question for everything, except the one she cannot ask. Where have they taken her mother?
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The Farewell Angel
The Farewell Angel Carmen Martin Gaite
"A Proustian journey into the interior, a dazzling psychodrama and, arguably, one of the best novels out of Spain in recent decades" Kirkus Reviews
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Living's The Strange Thing
Living's The Strange Thing Carmen Martin Gaite
As compulsively page-turning as a thriller, Carmen Martin Gaite's drama of broken dreams, lies, and the search for love is an intense meditation on the strange adventure of living
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