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The Overstory
The Overstory Richard Powers
Moving through America’s history and its landscape, this is a wondrous, exhilarating novel about nine strangers brought together by an unfolding natural catastrophe.
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Machines Like Me
Machines Like Me Ian McEwan
Our foremost storyteller returns with an audacious new novel, Machines Like Me.
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Frankissstein Jeanette Winterson
A radical love story for right now, from 'one of the most gifted writers working today' (New York Times)
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Beloved Toni Morrison
A stunning gift package of prize-winning Beloved to commemorate Toni Morrison.
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Atonement Ian McEwan
'The best thing he has ever written' Observer
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The Wish Child
The Wish Child Catherine Chidgey
A dark and terrifying portrayal of the way two ordinary German children – Siggi and Erich – are drawn into the Nazi dream of a perfect nation
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Invisible Cities
Invisible Cities Italo Calvino
'A subtle and beautiful meditation' Sunday Times
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Billie's Kiss
Billie's Kiss Elizabeth Knox
'The Vintner's Luck heralded the arrival of a beguiling writer - Billie's Kiss is just as vividly written, and is an intelligent mix of history of relish for character' Sunday Times
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Diary Of An Ordinary Woman
Diary Of An Ordinary Woman Margaret Forster
'I rushed through this novel and enjoyed it enormously - what she experienced in her very "ordinariness" was shared by thousands of real women of her generation' Val Hennessey, Daily Mail
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The Maze
The Maze Panos Karnezis
The first novel by the prodigiously talented author of LITTLE INFAMIES.
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Canaan's Tongue
Canaan's Tongue John Wray
A second novel from a young writer who could well become one of America's most distinguished novelists. A brilliantly macabre tale of 19th century corruption in the deep south that aims, through historical analogy, to say things about the dark heart of today's America.
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Private Papers Margaret Forster
'This stuff of intimate family life is brilliantly presented, subtly and yet with unnerving directness' Susan Hill
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The Rules Of Perspective
The Rules Of Perspective Adam Thorpe
Sixty years on: a great novel about the end of World War II - an acclaimed, riveting and moving masterpiece.
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Our Horses in Egypt
Our Horses in Egypt Rosalind Belben
Historical novel about horses in the First World War (in Egypt and Palestine). An astonishing literary tour-de-force.
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The Dante Club
The Dante Club Matthew Pearl
The Dante Club is a magnificent blend of fact and fiction, a brilliantly realised paean to Dante's continued grip on our imagination, and a captivating thriller that surprises from beginning to end.
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Snowleg Nicholas Shakespeare
A powerful love story that explores the close, fraught relationship between England and Germany.
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The Folding Star
The Folding Star Alan Hollinghurst
'An extraordinary book which takes the reader into a world of obsession and mystery...The Folding Star is lit by insight and humour' Evening Standard
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Stolen Deborah Moggach
'A real page-turner' (Sunday Times), from the author of Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.
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The French Lieutenant's Woman
The French Lieutenant's Woman John Fowles
'A remarkable performance... As gripping as The Collector and The Magus' Observer
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Birds Without Wings
Birds Without Wings Louis de Bernieres
'Captivating and compelling. A masterpiece' Independent on Sunday
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Depths Henning Mankell
A tense and gripping psychological thriller: Mankell's best book yet
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Kept D J Taylor
Madness, greed, love, obsession, Machiavellian plotting and a great train robbery in a captivating Victorian mystery about the extreme and curious things men do to get - and keep - what they want.
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