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A Horse Walks into a Bar
A Horse Walks into a Bar David Grossman
WINNER OF THE INTERNATIONAL MAN BOOKER PRIZE 2017 One of the world’s great writers venturing into exciting new territory – a heartbreaking, visceral novel about a stand-up comedian
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A House Full of Daughters
A House Full of Daughters Juliet Nicolson
One woman’s investigation into the nature of memory, the past, and above all, love
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A Matter Of Death And Life
A Matter Of Death And Life Andrey Kurkov
'Kurkov is hugely talented. Truly very funny' -Time Out
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A Natural
A Natural Ross Raisin
A masterful performance… This is a gripping, mature, important novel. It would be a travesty if it doesn’t win prizes. -- Observer
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A Necessary Evil
A Necessary Evil Abir Mukherjee
India, 1920. Captain Wyndham and Sergeant Banerjee of the Calcutta Police Force investigate the dramatic assassination of a Maharajahs son
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A New World Order
A New World Order Caryl Phillips
'In these essays, Phillips writes as an aothropologist, novelist, playwright and documentarist. His insight sparkles in every line as he lays bare his cultural upbringing' Independent
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A Patchwork Planet
A Patchwork Planet Anne Tyler
One of five Anne Tyler novels reissued in stunning new jackets
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A Perfect Peace
A Perfect Peace Amos Oz
'Prophetic-a novelist of stature and wisdom' Daily Telegraph
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A Poison Apple
A Poison Apple Michel Laub
Is it better to burn out than to fade away? A mesmeric novel of loss and regret, from the prize-winning Brazilian novelist Michel Laub.
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A Portable Shelter
A Portable Shelter Kirsty Logan
A collection of magical stories from the author of The Gracekeepers and The Rental Heart
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A Quiet Word
A Quiet Word Tamasin Cave, Andy Rowell
An explosive and revelatory account about the British lobbying industry and how it affects us all at every level of our lives.
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A Rising Man
A Rising Man Abir Mukherjee
India, 1919. Captain Sam Wyndham is confronted with a highly charged case: a senior official has been murdered, and a note in his mouth warns the British to leave India – or else...
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A Round-Heeled Woman
A Round-Heeled Woman Jane Juska
'Before I turn 67 - next March - I would like to have a lot of sex with a man I like. If you want to talk first, Trollope works for me.' - Small ad in the New York Review of Books
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A Royal Affair
A Royal Affair Stella Tillyard
The acclaimed, bestselling author of ARISTOCRATS returns with a stunning, major new book about a scandal-ridden family trapped between duty, desire and the protocols of royalty - the dramatic story of a king trying to hold family and state together, as both his siblings and his American colonies rebel... A sweeping picture of 18th-century royalty, politics and family affairs, impeccably researched, with glamorous settings, driving narrative, dazzling characters and provocative ideas.
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A Shortcut Through Time
A Shortcut Through Time George Johnson
Highly recommended-when the revolution comes don't say no one warned you' Scotland on Sunday
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A Slipping Down Life
A Slipping Down Life Anne Tyler
Reissued with a contemporary new jacket
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A Smell of Burning
A Smell of Burning Colin Grant
Part memoir of Grant's late brother, part history of epilepsy: ‘An extraordinary work of love and art, which left me choked with tears' Observer
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A Spool of Blue Thread
A Spool of Blue Thread Anne Tyler
'A new novel from Tyler is always a treat and this is her best in years' Mail on Sunday
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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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A State of Freedom
A State of Freedom Neel Mukherjee
A novel of multiple narratives, set in contemporary India, the new book from Man Booker Prize-shortlisted author Neel Mukherjee explores the urge to escape the life we are given for something better.
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A Tale Of Love And Darkness
A Tale Of Love And Darkness Amos Oz
Tragic, comic and incomparable: an autobiographical epic and a comedie humaine for our times, which is both the portrait of an artist and the story of the birth of a nation, spanning several generations and moving with them from Russia, Lithuania, the Ukraine, to Jerusalem.
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A Train in Winter
A Train in Winter Caroline Moorehead
A moving and extraordinary book about courage and survival, friendship and endurance - a portrait of ordinary women who faced the horror of war together
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