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The Flanders Panel Arturo Peréz-Reverte
A brilliant murder mystery in which a clue to a murder is hidden within a medieval painting.
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The Joy Luck Club
The Joy Luck Club Amy Tan
Amy Tan's bestselling classic novel of mothers and daughters.
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A Star Called Henry
A Star Called Henry Roddy Doyle
'Doyle at his best- his portrait of turn-of-the-century Dublin's dark side is masterful. There is a Dickensian richness to language and character' The Times
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The Amateur Marriage
The Amateur Marriage Anne Tyler
'My favourite writer, and the best line-and-length novelist in the world' Nick Hornby, Independent on Sunday
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I'll Go To Bed At Noon Gerard Woodward
SHORTLISTED FOR THE MAN BOOKER PRIZE 2004'The narrative is mind-bogglingly crisp, resourceful and hilarious in its description of the myriad ways in which people drink-a remarkable book' Sunday Times
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Pieces Of Light
Pieces Of Light Adam Thorpe
A fascinating fictional investigation into the resonance of the past, both personal and ancient.
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Nineteen Twenty-One Adam Thorpe
A twenties love story and his most commercial novel since Ulverton.
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The Vintner's Luck Elizabeth Knox
An unconventional novel which engages grand and glorious themes on an intimate, human scale. Longlisted for the Orange Prize for Fiction.
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Saville David Storey
Winner of the Booker Prize in 1976, Saville is the story of one young man trying to make his way in the world
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No Great Mischief Alistair MacLeod
Winner of the International Impac Dublin Literary Award 'A brilliant and haunting novel' Daily Mail
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The Leto Bundle
The Leto Bundle Marina Warner
'An extraordinary novel .. Breathtaking in its scope and ambition .. An enthralling read' Sunday Express
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The Justification Of Johann Gutenberg Blake Morrison
If Longitude were a novel, this is what it would be - a dazzling, subtle, immensely readable and beautifully wrought novel fashioned from the little known facts about the man who invented printing and launched the first communications revolution.
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Fanny: A Fiction Edmund White
A quirky, dazzling fiction about the lives, loves and battles of two extraordinary nineteenth-century women.
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