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Cartes Postales From Greece

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Cartes Postales From Greece is about a young woman named Ellie who keeps receiving postcards for the former occupant of the flat she lives in. Each postcard shows a snapshot of different places in...

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The Last Dog On Earth

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Agoraphobic Reg and his dog Linekar live in a flat in Peckham. They have a daily routine they stick to and on the rare occasion they leave the flat they do so only within certain areas.

One day,...

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American War

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It is 2074 and a second American Civil War has broken out between the Northern and Southern states of America, the (Blues) and the (Reds.)

Sarat Chestnut is six and lives with her family in a...

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The Secret Life Of Bees

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The Secret Life Of Bees is a coming-of-age story about a young girl named Lily. Lily grew up in South Carolina on a peach farm with her dad. Lily is tormented by memories of holding the gun that...

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The Scandal

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Beartown is a hockey town in the nestled in the forests of Sweden.

The inhabitants of Beartown are preparing for the game of the season, The Beartown Ice Hockey Club’s junior team is in the...

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Forest Dark

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Eliezer Friedman is a larger than life ex-literary professor with a taste for luxury so his friends and family found it difficult to understand why months before his disappearance he chooses to start...

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Sour Heart

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A series of humorous and gritty short stories about Chinese immigrants living in New York. The stories are all about people striving to find an identity outside of their nationality and their family.

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The Ministry of Utmost Happiness

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The Ministry of Utmost Happiness is the latest offering from the author of The God of Small Things. Arundhati Roy is a staggeringly lyrical writer and The Ministry of Utmost Happiness is a prime...

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The Ministry of Utmost Happiness

The Confusion of Languages

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Cassie and Margaret are two American expats living in Jordan a few months after the Arab Spring. Their friendship is one of circumstance, two opposites thrown together in the face of absent husbands....

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The Excursionist

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This book follows Jack Kaganagh as he attempts to complete his mission to visit 100 countries before his 45th birthday.

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New Boy

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New Boy is one of the retellings of Shakespeare that was commissioned by the Hogarth Press as part of a series of retellings commissioned as part of events coinciding with the 400th anniversary of...

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Charlotte

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Charlotte is a heart-breaking true story - inspiring, unflinching, awful, hopeful - of a life filled with curiosity, animated by genius and cut short by hatred.Charlotte is a Jewish girl with a family...

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Homegoing

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Two half-sisters, separated by forces beyond their control: one sold into slavery, the other married to a British slaver.

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Three Daughters of Eve

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Peri, a wealthy Turkish housewife, is on her way to a dinner party at a seaside mansion in Istanbul when a beggar snatches her handbag. As she wrestles to get it back, a photograph falls to the ground...

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