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Hippie
Hippie Paulo Coelho
In his most autobiographical novel to date, Paulo Coelho interweaves adventure, philosophy and the true stories of his own life to give readers an essential book for our time.
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Only the Animals
Only the Animals Ceridwen Dovey
An animal's-eye view of humans at our brutal worst and our creative best, Only the Animals asks us to believe again in the redemptive power of reading and writing fiction.
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Madonna In A Fur Coat
Madonna In A Fur Coat Sabahattin Ali
The bestselling Turkish classic that continues to mesmerize readers worldwide.
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Maigret's Dead Man
Maigret's Dead Man Georges Simenon
A series of strange phone calls leads Inspector Maigret through the Paris streets towards a man out of his depth amid a network of merciless criminals.
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Lady Susan
Lady Susan Jane Austen
Glittering with Austen's subversive young imagination, this wicked early novella features a devious, adulterous anti-heroine.
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The Sea Raiders
The Sea Raiders H. G. Wells
Spellbinding short stories of man-eating squid, magicians and monstrous machines, from the father of science fiction.
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Thus Bad Begins
Thus Bad Begins Javier Marias
A darkly smouldering tale of a young man entangled in his employer's unhappy marriage.
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Marrow: Penguin Specials
Marrow: Penguin Specials Yan Lianke
A chilling and relentless tale of family responsibility and a mother's sacrifice, Marrow is Yan Lianke at his best.
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Minimum of Two
Minimum of Two Tim Winton
The stories in Tim Winton's inspired Minimum of Two make the ordinary extraordinary.
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Scission
Scission Tim Winton
Scission, Tim Winton's first collection of short fiction, contains spare, jagged stories in which people struggle with change and disintegration.
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Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea Jules Verne
The great underwater adventure story by the 'Father of Science Fiction'
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Resurrection
Resurrection Leo Tolstoy
Serving on the jury at a murder trial, Prince Dmitri Nekhlyudov is devastated when he sees the prisoner – Katyusha, a young woman he seduced and abandoned years before.
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The Boat
The Boat Nam Le
In 1979, Nam Le's family left Vietnam for Australia, an experience that inspires the first and last stories in The Boat. In between, however, Le's imagination lays claim to the world.
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The Rip
The Rip Robert Drewe
In this collection of short stories, Robert Drewe applies his forensic powers of observation to the relationships and environments that shape our lives.
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