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A Very British Killing
A Very British Killing A. T. Williams
Winner of the Orwell Prize for Political Writing 2013 This is the true story of a murder that sums up the stink of invading Iraq and why the Iraq story is far from over.
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Vinegar Girl
Vinegar Girl Anne Tyler
No one does family like Anne Tyler - and the Battistas might be her most appealing yet…the new novel from the bestselling author of A Spool of Blue Thread
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H is for Hawk
H is for Hawk Helen MacDonald
**WINNER OF THE COSTA BOOK OF THE YEAR** **WINNER OF THE SAMUEL JOHNSON PRIZE FOR NON-FICTION** **WINNER OF THE PRIX DU MEILLEUR LIVRE ÉTRANGER** ‘Dazzling… Deeply affecting, utterly fascinating and blazing with love and intelligence’ Financial Times
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Why Men Lie
Why Men Lie Linden MacIntyre
A middle-aged woman finds what she thinks is love in later life - a brilliant new novel from the winner of the 2009 Scotiabank Giller Prize.
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A Constellation of Vital Phenomena
A Constellation of Vital Phenomena Anthony Marra
When everything else seems lost, watch out for the unexpected ties that bind us together...
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Snake Road
Snake Road Sue Peebles
The new novel from the author of The Death of Lomond Friel - winner of the Saltire First Book Award and the Scottish First Book Award
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The Iron Lady
The Iron Lady John Campbell
Read the true story that inspired the major new film, The Iron Lady. John Campbell's magisterial biography is the political biography of Margaret Thatcher.
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DarkMarket
DarkMarket Misha Glenny
The essential crime book of our times, from the author of the bestselling McMafia. Shortlisted for the Orwell Prize 2012
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The Blinded Man
The Blinded Man Arne Dahl
Henning Mankell meets The Wire in the first book in a major new Scandinavian crime series following an elite team of detectives on the hunt for the killer of several high profile businessmen
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Bad Blood
Bad Blood Arne Dahl
Set to be the new Scandinavian crime sensation from BBC Four: in Bad Blood, Detective Paul Hjelm and his team are called in to try and catch an American serial killer on the loose in Sweden
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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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First Novel
First Novel Nicholas Royle
First Novel is absolutely at the forefront of everything I’ve read in British fiction over the last couple of years.’ Jonathan Coe
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Out of Shadows
Out of Shadows Jason Wallace
A compelling and powerful novel about a destructive friendship, the need to belong and the psychological damage adolescent boys are capable of
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Something Like Happy
Something Like Happy John Burnside
A collection of masterpieces in short fiction in praise of hope, from prize-winning author John Burnside.
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The Trigger
The Trigger Tim Butcher
A trek through the Balkans, an exploration of the life of an assassin (the teenager who killed Archduke Franz Ferdinand and so triggered the First World War), and a journey into the history of this complex and fascinating part of the world...
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Between Friends
Between Friends Amos Oz
In eight interlinked family dramas, master storyteller Amos Oz reveals the secrets and frustrations of the human heart.
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Theatre of the Gods
Theatre of the Gods M. Suddain
Steampunk space opera? Damn right.
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The Knowledge
The Knowledge Lewis Dartnell
A captivating journey of discovery and a quickstart guide to rebuilding our world after the apocalypse.
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In America
In America Geert Mak
Following in Steinbeck's footsteps, half a century on from Travels With Charley
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On Helwig Street
On Helwig Street Richard Russo
After eight commanding works of fiction, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Empire Falls turns to memoir in this witty, moving account of his life, his parents and the depressing hometown they all struggled to escape
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The Dazzle
The Dazzle Robert Hudson
Sex, drugs, and tuna... The inter-war fast set gathers in 1930s Scarborough to hunt giant tuna. It’s going to be murder.
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Finally My Ambulance
Finally My Ambulance Joseph Smith
Thirteen extraordinary stories by the author of The Wolf and Taurus
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Plan D
Plan D Simon Urban
Imagine a world in which the Berlin Wall never fell... A modern-day Cold War thriller: Robert Harris’s Fatherland meets John le Carré’s The Spy Who Came in from the Cold.
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