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  • Glasshopper by Isabel Ashdown

    Winner - Mail on Sunday Novel Competition 2008 Best Debut Novels of the Year - Observer 2008 Best Books of the Year - Evening Standard 2009 Shortlisted - Waverton Good Read Award 2009 At once troubling, funny and joyous, this is an intimate, lyrical and deeply moving story of an ordinary family crumbling under the weight of past mistakes. "A beautifully poignant, multi-layered family story. There is glorious detail in the writing which renders it truly memorable." - Bookersatz Paperback: 384 pages Size: 129mm x 198mm Learn More

  • Naming Monsters by Hannah Eaton

    Shortlisted - First Graphic Novel Competition 2012 Shortlisted - Graphic Scotland 9th Art Award 2013 An adult Where the Wild Things Are, Naming Monsters is a warm, compelling graphic novel about a college student grappling with her emotions after losing her mother, but without knowing how to express them. "Beautifully drawn – a wonderful evocation of coming of age – unlike anything I've seen." - Paul Gravette Paperback: 176 pages Size: 170mm x 220mm Learn More

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  • Poems That Make Grown Men Cry compiled by Anthony and Ben Holden (paperback)

    A collection of poetry so powerful that 100 great men have been moved to tears


    Paperback: 336 pages Size: 21.5cm x 13.5cm Learn More
  • Everything Good Will Come by Sefi Atta

    Sefi Atta's award-winning debut novel about a woman growing up in Nigeria in 1971, as the country struggles to find its lost-independence and identity. Paperback: 335 pages Size: 20.4cm x 13.4cm Learn More

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  • How You See Me by S. E. Craythorne

    Longlisted - Mzlexia Women's Novel Competition 2014 Shortlisted - Writer's Retreat Competition 2013 Taut and suspenseful, *How You See Me* examines the terrifying power of the mind to deceive, not only others but " most destructively of all " ourselves. "A dark tale of obsession, rage and loss begins to emerge... in this chillingly perceptive novel of a man who has completely lost his moral compass." - Pamreader Paperback: 208 pages Size: 129mm x 19.8mm Learn More

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  • The Goddess of Mtwara and other stories: The Caine Prize for African Writing 2017

    The Caine Prize for African Writing is Africa’s leading literary prize, and is awarded to a short story by an African writer published in English, whether in Africa or elsewhere. 'A wonderful set of 16 stories that covers a lot of ground and features many genres—from myth and folklore to the postmodern and experimental—in a way that will surely satisfy readers.' Kirkus Reviews Winner of the Caine Prize 2017: Bushra al-Fadil (Sudan) for 'The Story of the Girl whose Birds Flew Away' Shortlisted candidates: Lesley Nneka Arimah (Nigeria) for 'Who Will Greet You At Home' Chikodili Emelumadu (Nigeria) for ‘Bush Baby' Arinze Ifeakandu (Nigeria) for 'God's Children Are Little Broken Things' Magogodi oaMphela Makhene (South Africa) for 'The Virus’ Paperback: 272 pages Size: 19.4cm x 12.9cm Learn More
  • SPECIAL OFFER 'Poems that Make Grown Men & Women Cry' - buy both and save!

    Following the success of their anthology Poems That Make Grown Men Cry, father-and-son team Anthony and Ben Holden, working with Amnesty International, have asked the same revealing question of 100 remarkable women. What poem has moved you to tears? Buy both paperback books and save! Learn More
  • One World - A Global Anthology of Short Stories

    A collection of short stories that speaks with the clarity and intensity of the human experience. It features stories from Jhumpa Lahiri and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and 21 other authors. A teenage Nigerian girl struggles to shed her cultural roots in the US... An Inuit girl is rowed by her parents to the shore, unaware of the fate that awaits her... A Filipina maid in Hong Kong gets entangled with her employer... The lover of an African freedom fighter has to choose between fidelity and survival NB. Jhumpa Lahiri on shortlist for 2013 Booker Prize Learn More

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  • eBook: The Walk by Peter Barry

    A provocative novel in which a starving African is brought to London to perform for the cameras for charity. The Walk is a provocative and unsettling novel about the morality of charity, the media and public relations. Situated in one single week it explores how far you can go to prick the public conscience. Paperback: 256 pages Size: 19.4cm x 12.8cm Learn More

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  • eBook: No Killing Sky by Rory McCourt

    High in the death zone of K2, the 'Savage Mountain', Liam Doyle makes a discovery that could have catastrophic consequences. Paperback: 400 pages Size: 19.4cm x 12.8cm Learn More

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