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The Invisible Land
Hubert Mingarelli
Condition: New
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From the author of A Meal in Winter and Four Soldiers, a poignant story of war, trauma and its aftermath.


The Topeka School
Ben Lerner
Condition: New
£16.99   £4.99

A radical new take on the American family saga from a bona fide American literary genius, the acclaimed author of Leaving the Atocha Station and 10:04


Weather
Jenny Offill
Condition: New
£12.99   £4.99

From the author of Dept. of Speculation, a dazzling and deadpan new novel about hope and despair, fear and comfort as it plays out in these times of environmental and political turbulence.


Desolation Road
Christine Feehan
Condition: New
£9.99   £3.99

The next novel in the bestselling Torpedo Ink ink series from #1 New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan


The Holiday Friend: The Modern Classic
Pamela Hansford Johnson
Condition: New
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Rediscover a classic gem in this sparkling and satirical tale of a doomed seaside holiday by Pamela Hansford Johnson.


The Singapore Grip: NOW A MAJOR ITV DRAMA
J.G. Farrell
Condition: New
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Soon to be adapted for an ITV television series by the Oscar-winning playwright behind Atonement and Dangerous Liaisons, Christopher Hampton.


Bealport: A Novel of a Town
Jeffrey Lewis
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Bealport is a portrait of a place, at once sympathetic, mordant, unsparing, comic, tragic and universal, and of a way of life that is passing. It is a novel of a town, and to no small degree of every town in America and beyond.


Land of Cockayne
Jeffrey Lewis
Condition: New
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A parable of American society today, Land of Cockaigne is by turns furious, funny, subversive, tragic, and horrifying. What is to be done in the disaster of our times? Walter Rath offers a clue, a thesis, or a prayer: Love is an action, not a feeling. Once you go down this path of faith, there is much to be done.


Pig Iron
Benjamin Myers
Condition: New
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WINNER OF THE GORDON BURN PRIZE

An unflinching portrait of contemporary Traveller culture by the award-winning author of The Gallows Pole

John-John wants to escape his past. But the legacy of brutality left by his boxer father, King of the Gypsies, Mac Wisdom, overshadows his life. His new job as an ...


The Ninth Hour
Alice McDermott
Condition: New
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WINNER OF THE PRIX FEMINA ETRANGER 2018
SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2017 KIRKUS PRIZE
ONE OF TIME MAGAZINE'S TOP TEN BOOKS OF 2017
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From the National Book Award-winning author comes a luminous, deeply humane novel about three generations of an Irish immigrant family in 1940s and 1950s Brooklyn ...


The Portrait: a novel
Willem Jan Otten
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A young painter, loved for his fine and true-to-life portraits, receives a commission that is unlike any he's had before: make a portrait of a dead boy. 'You will save a life with it,' says the boy's extremely rich father. But who was the boy? Why is he dead? Why, when the painting is finished, does the father not come to collect it?


Solving Sherlock Holmes: Puzzle Your Way Through the Cases
Pierre Berloquin
Condition: New
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In Solving Sherlock Homes, readers solve 6 whodunit cases based on classic Sherlock Holmes's short stories with 144 cryptograms, crosswords, labyrinths, jigsaws, and riddles.


Perfume River
Robert Olen Butler
Condition: New
£12.99   £3.99

This novel examines family ties and the legacy of the Vietnam War through the portrait of a single North Florida family. Profound and poignant, it is an examination of relationships, personal choice and how war resonates down the generations.


Cesare
Jerome Charyn
Condition: New
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On a windy night in 1937, a seventeen-year-old German naval sub-cadet is wandering along the seawall when he stumbles upon a gang of ruffians beating up a tramp, whose life he saves. The man is none other than spymaster Wilhelm Canaris, chief of the Abwehr, German military intelligence. Canaris adopts the young man and dubs him 'Cesare'...


City of Margins
William Boyle
Condition: New
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In City of Margins, the lives of several lost souls intersect in Southern Brooklyn in the early 1990s. There's Donnie Parascandolo, a disgraced ex-cop with blood on his hands; Ava Bifulco, a widow whose daily work grind is her whole life; Nick, Ava's son, a grubby high school teacher who dreams of a shortcut to success; Mikey...


My Fathers' Ghost is Climbing in the Rain
Patricio Pron
Condition: New
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As the fragments of the narrator's investigation fall into place - revealing not only a part of his father's life he had tried to forget, but also the legacy of an entire generation - My Father's Ghost Is Climbing in the Rain tells a completely original story of family and remembrance.


Sherlock's Sisters
Nick Rennison
Condition: New
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Sherlock Holmes was the most famous detective to stride through the pages of late Victorian and Edwardian fiction, but he was not the only one. He had plenty of rivals. Some of the most memorable of these were women: they were 'Sherlock's Sisters'. This exciting, unusual anthology gathers together stories about 15 of them. They include...


Whatever Happened to World Tomorr
Brian Fies
Condition: New
£6.99

Tells the story of a young boy and his relationship with his father. This work covers the period from the 1939 New York World's Fair to the last Apollo space mission in 1975.


Malarky: From the winner of the Kerry Group Irish Novel of the Year Award, 2021
Anakana Schofield
Condition: New
£8.99   £2.99

A wickedly funny and wonderfully deranged literary debut introducing a brilliant new voice in contemporary Irish fiction


Purple America
Rick Moody
Condition: New
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Arcing perfectly across one long day in New England, this story is the fission of a nuclear family, a nuclear reactor and the idea of America.

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