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Killing Commendatore
Killing Commendatore Haruki Murakami
The latest bewitching, kaleidoscopic novel from master storyteller Haruki Murakami, author of The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle and 1Q84
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Norwegian Wood
Norwegian Wood Haruki Murakami
A new film of Murakami's tale of love and loss to be released in NZ during 2011
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Men Without Women
Men Without Women Haruki Murakami
A dazzling new collection of short stories from the international phenomenon, Haruki Murakami
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The Thirst
The Thirst Jo Nesbo
Harry Hole is back! The blistering Sunday Times number one bestseller
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The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle
The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle Haruki Murakami
Murakami's most acclaimed novel in a highly covetable gift edition
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The Bridegroom
The Bridegroom Ha Jin
A collection of short stories, brilliantly exploring the lives of ordinary Chinese, as their constricted society begins to open up to the West, from the author of Waiting, confirming Ha Jin's reputation as a master storyteller.
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Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage
Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage Alice Munro
In this perfect new collection, each of Alice Munro's glorious stories is as satisfying and richly crafted as a novel.
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Murderers I Have Known
Murderers I Have Known Marina Warner
'Exhilarating' Sunday Telegraph
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The Little Black Book of Stories
The Little Black Book of Stories A S Byatt
'The Little Black Book of Stories is a showcase of Byatt's talents - the ideal primer for anyone who has not yet discovered A. S. Byatt, and a delight for those who have' Daily Telegraph
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Our Ancestors
Our Ancestors Italo Calvino
'The most magically ingenious of the contemporary Italian novelists' The Times
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Indelible Acts
Indelible Acts A.L. Kennedy
One of Granta's twenty Best of Young British Novelists in1993 and 2003 'A. L. Kennedy is one of the most brilliant writers of her generation' Sunday Telegraph
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Little Infamies Panos Karnezis
'A very fine collection of connected short stories - funny, disturbing, ironic and bloody' - Annie Proulx, Daily Telegraph
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The Whore's Child Richard Russo
'He is brilliant-one of the more beguiling chroniclers of his times' The Times
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You Are Not A Stranger Here?
You Are Not A Stranger Here? Adam Haslett
'Enormously moving-Haslett's writing is harrowing, morbidly funny and deeply erotic' Independent on Sunday
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The Dumas Club Arturo Peréz-Reverte
In the world of rare books, everything has its price. But when the book is a satanic tract, the trading currency is not money, but life...
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Cathedral
Cathedral Raymond Carver
All the stories in Cathedral are different; some funny, some hauntingly sad. Each has its own individual and curious power' Daily Telegraph
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Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?
Will You Please Be Quiet, Please? Raymond Carver
The American Chekhov' Sunday Times
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Night Geometry And The Garscadden Trains
Night Geometry And The Garscadden Trains A.L. Kennedy
One of Granta's twenty Best of Young British Novelists in1993 and 2003
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Blackbird House
Blackbird House Alice Hoffman
Gripping and poignant, a haunting and remarkable fictional achievement - the compelling story of a house, its inhabitants, and the ghosts that haunt a spit of land, from 1778 to the present day.
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The Return Of The Dancing Master
The Return Of The Dancing Master Henning Mankell
'Mankell is by far the best writer of police mysteries today. He is in the great tradition of those whose works transcend their chosen genre to become thrilling and moral literature' Michael Ondaatje
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Now That You're Back
Now That You're Back A.L. Kennedy
'Funny, deadpan, angry, tender and despairing' Elle
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Penguin Lost
Penguin Lost Andrey Kurkov
'A darkly comic and offbeat journey. P-p-p-pick it up!' - Scotsman
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The Swallows Of Kabul Yasmina Khadra
An extraordinary novel about life under the Taliban. The stories of four people struggling to hold on to their humanity in a place where pleasure is a deadly sin and death has become a banality.
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