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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time Mark Haddon
A beautiful new Vintage Classics edition to celebrate the 15th anniversary of this wise, blackly funny, radically imaginative novel
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The Wish Child
The Wish Child Catherine Chidgey
A dark and terrifying portrayal of the way two ordinary German children – Siggi and Erich – are drawn into the Nazi dream of a perfect nation
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Fobbit
Fobbit David Abrams
'The Iraq War’s answer to Catch-22' Publisher's Weekly
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Death Zones
Death Zones Simon Pasternak
Violence, greed and betrayal await detective Heinrich Hoffmann as he investigates the murder of a German General
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War Stories
War Stories Sebastian Faulks
A unique anthology that brings together the best fictional writing about war in the last century
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Neverhome
Neverhome Laird Hunt
'A beguiling and evocative story about love and loss, duty and deceit... Neverhome took me on a journey so thoroughly engrossed that there were times the pages seemed to turn themselves.' KEVIN POWERS, author of The Yellow Birds
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The Camomile Lawn (Vintage Summer)
The Camomile Lawn (Vintage Summer) Mary Wesley
HERE COMES A VINTAGE SUMMER Escape your daily grind with Vintage Summer Classics. Get away from the sound and the fury, far from the madding crowd. Recline on Chesil Beach and take a dip in the sea, the sea. Be you in Havana or a town like Alice, these are books to transport you to a lawn, or the sea with a sailor or Captain, when ordinary life falls from grace.
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Spoils
Spoils Brian Van Reet
A fast-paced, hard-hitting account of eight weeks in the lives of a soldier and her captor forces us to reconsider the simplistic narratives spun by those in power.
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Nineteen Twenty-One Adam Thorpe
A twenties love story and his most commercial novel since Ulverton.
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Lovely Green Eyes
Lovely Green Eyes Arnost Lustig
'Lustig shows us that in language exists the power that often eludes us in life, the power to record, to accuse, to confess and most important, to renew and transcend' Mark Bautz, Washington Times
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The Rules Of Perspective
The Rules Of Perspective Adam Thorpe
Sixty years on: a great novel about the end of World War II - an acclaimed, riveting and moving masterpiece.
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Mansfield
Mansfield C. K. Stead
'A vivid and engrossing historical novel' Daily Telegraph
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The Plot Against America
The Plot Against America Philip Roth
The startling bestseller by Pulitzer Prize-winner Philip Roth.
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The Fearless Man
The Fearless Man Donald Pfarrer
Destined to become a classic, an excruciatingly realistic story of a marine captain as he descends into the maelstrom of infantry combat in Vietnam.
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The Vengeance Of Rome
The Vengeance Of Rome Michael Moorcock
The final title in the legendary Pyat Quartet but also a magnificent stand alone book chronicling some of the major events in history with Moorcock's characteristic style and wit.
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Burma Boy
Burma Boy Biyi Bandele
An intense, moving and funny tale of African soldiers in World War II, the first novel to bring narrative light to this neglected history.
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Touch the Water, Touch the Wind
Touch the Water, Touch the Wind Amos Oz
'Beautiful and evocative' Daily Telegraph
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Day
Day A.L. Kennedy
A magnificent novel about war by one of the finest living British writers
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Hodd
Hodd Adam Thorpe
A brilliant new novel from a truly great writer - a return in style to his great novel Ulverton. Hodd is an historical novel which thrillingly uncovers the real story of Robin Hood.
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All Our Worldly Goods
All Our Worldly Goods Irène Némirovsky
Reads like prequel to Suite Française, but is a perfect novel in its own right - a gripping story of family life, of money and love, set against the backdrop of France in two terrible world wars.
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Cold Blood
Cold Blood James Fleming
A breathtaking, pacy, thrilling adventure.
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To The End of the Land
To The End of the Land David Grossman
From one of Israel’s most acclaimed writers comes a novel of extraordinary power about family life – the greatest human drama – and the cost of war.
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