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The Pearl Thief
The Pearl Thief Fiona McIntosh
The thrilling new blockbuster by the bestselling author of The Tea Gardens.
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The Silence of the Girls
The Silence of the Girls Pat Barker
The greatest war story in literature, retold by our greatest living storyteller on war - in the voice of the forgotten woman who lived through it.
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The Tea Gardens
The Tea Gardens Fiona McIntosh
A heartbreaking story about the pursuit of passion by the bestselling author of The Chocolate Tin.
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The Power Of One
The Power Of One Bryce Courtenay
First with your head and then with your heart . . .
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The Three Musketeers
The Three Musketeers Alexandre Dumas
Rediscover Puffin Classics, bringing the best-loved stories to a new generation.
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Moby-Dick
Moby-Dick Herman Melville
Captain Ahab is an eerily compelling madman who focuses his distilled hatred and suffering (and that of generations before him) into the pursuit of a creature as vast, dangerous and unknowable as the sea itself.
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The Colour Of Milk
The Colour Of Milk Nell Leyshon
This is the tale of Mary, a simple farm girl, sent to care for the vicar's invalid wife but who discovers wonders in words - and terrors in life.
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The Thrilling Adventures Of Lovelace And Babbage
The Thrilling Adventures Of Lovelace And Babbage Sydney Padua
Meet two of Victorian London's greatest geniuses . . . Ada Lovelace, daughter of Lord Byron: mathematician, gambler, and proto-programmer, whose writings contained the first ever appearance of general computing theory. And Charles Babbage, eccentric inventor of the Difference Engine, an enormous clockwork calculating machine that would have been the first computer . . .
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Homegoing
Homegoing Yaa Gyasi
A profoundly moving story on the bonds of family and history - this is Beloved for the 21st century.
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Lilac Girls
Lilac Girls Martha Hall Kelly
This New York Times bestseller tells the remarkable story of three very different women brought together by the infamous Ravensbruck concentration camp. Will appeal to readers of The Tattooist of Auschwitz and All the Light We Cannot See.
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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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The Yard
The Yard Alex Grecian
1889. One year on from Jack the Ripper, a new killer stalks London's streets . . .
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Jacob's Room
Jacob's Room Virginia Woolf
An experimental novel about a young man who yearns for something greater than his everyday life holds
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