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1Q84: Books 1, 2 and 3
1Q84: Books 1, 2 and 3 Haruki Murakami
A mesmerising, epic, utterly involving masterpiece from Haruki Murakami
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A Climate of Fear
A Climate of Fear Fred Vargas
In the new novel from France's bestselling crime writer, Inspector Adamsberg investigates a series of strange murders linked to a secretive society
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A Different  Sky
A Different Sky Meira Chand
A dazzling novel telling the history of Singapore through the moving stories of three families whose lives become intertwined.
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A Man in Love
A Man in Love Karl Ove Knausgaard
An electrifying story about love and new life from the international phenomenon, Karl Ove Knausgaard
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A Man of Parts
A Man of Parts David Lodge
A moving, funny and masterful novel about the life of H.G. Wells – writer, thinker, lover and man of genius.
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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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A Partisan's Daughter
A Partisan's Daughter Louis de Bernieres
A beautifully wrought and unlikely love story, exploring the power of storytelling
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A Poison Apple
A Poison Apple Michel Laub
Is it better to burn out than to fade away? A mesmeric novel of loss and regret, from the prize-winning Brazilian novelist Michel Laub.
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Africa Junction
Africa Junction Ginny Baily
From the author of Early One Morning, a brilliantly constructed first novel following a young woman's quest for redemption set against the kaleidoscopic backdrop of modern Africa.
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After Dark
After Dark Haruki Murakami
Reality bends all the more acutely with lack of sleep in this stunning new novel from the master of the surreal.
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After the Fire
After the Fire Henning Mankell
The last novel from international crime bestseller Henning Mankell. A brilliant and moving mystery set in the Swedish archipelago.
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Animal Farm
Animal Farm George Orwell
Twenty new titles in the much-loved and hugely successful Penguin English Library series.
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Ashes in My Mouth, Sand in My Shoes
Ashes in My Mouth, Sand in My Shoes Per Petterson
Per Petterson masters the art of writing simply about big subjects, and this is the heartwarming debut that brought the author of the highly acclaimed Out Stealing Horses to prominence
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Astrotruckers Mikael Niemi
A brilliant, hilarious and totally original collection of tales from Mikael Niemi, the bestselling author of Popular Music
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Bad Intentions
Bad Intentions Karin Fossum
An outstanding psychological crime novel from Karin Fossum: when a body surfaces in a lake Inspector Sejer must uncover a dark secret of betrayal and paranoia
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Beaufort Ron Leshem
A powerful internationally acclaimed novel of war and survival, now a major film.
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Black Chalk
Black Chalk Christopher J. Yates
A compulsively readable psychological thriller set in New York and at Oxford University, in which a group of six students play an elaborate game of dares and consequences - with tragic results
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Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman
Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman Haruki Murakami
An eclectic, eccentiric and altogether brain-bending new collection of short stories from the cult Japanese author.
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Blood and Ice
Blood and Ice Robert Masello
A force stronger than death awakes from the frozen depths... A stunning supernatural thriller set in Victorian England and modern day Antarctica
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Burmese Days
Burmese Days George Orwell
But, my dear friend, what lie are you living?'  'Why, of course, the lie that we're here to uplift our poor black brothers instead of to rob them.  I suppose it's a natural enough lie.  But it corrupts us, it corrupts us in ways you can't imagine.
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Chronicler Of The Winds
Chronicler Of The Winds Henning Mankell
A major event in publishing - Henning Mankell's departure from the crime genre will attract huge interest and this mesmerising fable will broaden his readership
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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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