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Vinegar Girl
Vinegar Girl Anne Tyler
No one does family like Anne Tyler - and the Battistas might be her most appealing yet…the new novel from the bestselling author of A Spool of Blue Thread
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Why Men Lie
Why Men Lie Linden MacIntyre
A middle-aged woman finds what she thinks is love in later life - a brilliant new novel from the winner of the 2009 Scotiabank Giller Prize.
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A Constellation of Vital Phenomena
A Constellation of Vital Phenomena Anthony Marra
When everything else seems lost, watch out for the unexpected ties that bind us together...
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Snake Road
Snake Road Sue Peebles
The new novel from the author of The Death of Lomond Friel - winner of the Saltire First Book Award and the Scottish First Book Award
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The Blinded Man
The Blinded Man Arne Dahl
Henning Mankell meets The Wire in the first book in a major new Scandinavian crime series following an elite team of detectives on the hunt for the killer of several high profile businessmen
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Bad Blood
Bad Blood Arne Dahl
Set to be the new Scandinavian crime sensation from BBC Four: in Bad Blood, Detective Paul Hjelm and his team are called in to try and catch an American serial killer on the loose in Sweden
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First Novel
First Novel Nicholas Royle
First Novel is absolutely at the forefront of everything I’ve read in British fiction over the last couple of years.’ Jonathan Coe
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Out of Shadows
Out of Shadows Jason Wallace
Brand new edition of the multi-award-winning novel. A searing account of race, bullying and conspiracy in 1980s Zimbabwe
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Something Like Happy
Something Like Happy John Burnside
A collection of masterpieces in short fiction in praise of hope, from prize-winning author John Burnside.
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Between Friends
Between Friends Amos Oz
In eight interlinked family dramas, master storyteller Amos Oz reveals the secrets and frustrations of the human heart.
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Hunters & Collectors
Hunters & Collectors M. Suddain
The universe’s most feared restaurant critic is on the hunt for the greatest meal of his life – a novel which reads like Vonnegut directing Grand Budapest Hotel, in space
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Straight White Male
Straight White Male John Niven
Another brilliant comic satire, but Niven's most accessible yet.
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Parade's End
Parade's End Ford Madox Ford
Ford's great masterpiece set in the First World War, now in Penguin Black Classics with an introduction by Julian Barnes.
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The Dazzle
The Dazzle Robert Hudson
Sex, drugs, and tuna... The inter-war fast set gathers in 1930s Scarborough to hunt giant tuna. It’s going to be murder.
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Finally My Ambulance
Finally My Ambulance Joseph Smith
Thirteen extraordinary stories by the author of The Wolf and Taurus
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The House on the Hill
The House on the Hill Kevin Sampson
In this chilling crime thriller, DCI Billy McCartney must stop at nothing to crack his one unsolved case
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Mark Twain
This edition features a new introduction by noted Mark Twain scholar R. Kent Rasmussen that situates the novel for a contemporary audience.
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Plan D
Plan D Simon Urban
Imagine a world in which the Berlin Wall never fell... A modern-day Cold War thriller: Robert Harris’s Fatherland meets John le Carré’s The Spy Who Came in from the Cold.
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Frances and Bernard
Frances and Bernard Carlene Bauer
Two writers, one friendship, and an unforgettable correspondence. A glittering, smart and sassy debut of love, literature and letter writing.
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The Wreck of the Mary Deare
The Wreck of the Mary Deare Hammond Innes
From its dramatic first scenes amid a fierce gale on the Channel, Hammond Innes' classic tale sustains the tension through the twists of a courtroom battle to a nail-biting finale on the high seas.
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