Literary fiction

The Knives

Richard T. Kelly

Format: Paperback

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Richard T Kelly returns to the broad canvas of his acclaimed debut Crusaders with a vividly detailed and dramatically powerful novel of our times.

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Akram's War

Nadim Safdar

Format: Paperback

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'I am Akram Khan, formerly Sergeant Khan of the Yeoman's Guard, and I am submitting. I am saving my pleasures for when I am dead.' So begins the story of a young man's journey to radicalisation.

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Conrad & Eleanor

Jane Rogers

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An intricate and revealing portrait of a dysfunctional marriage as it unravels in midlife crisis and estrangement, and the fallout from one summer, twenty-five years ago.

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Gold Mountain Blues

Ling Zhang, translated by Nicky Harman

Format: Paperback

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A heart-breaking family saga in the epic storytelling tradition of Wild Swans chronicling the lives of five generations of a Chinese family transformed by the promise of a better life in Canada.

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The Nothing

Hanif Kureishi

Format: Hard Cover

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The Nothing is Hanif Kureishi's powerful new work: a tense and captivating exploration of lust, helplessness, and deception.

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The Tidal Zone

Sarah Moss

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A poignant, funny and engrossing exploration of family life, centred around a cataclysmic event and its aftermath; from the author of Night Waking and Signs for Lost Children.

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Strange Heart Beating

Eli Goldstone

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A witty and profound debut novel about a sudden death and a marriage abruptly sundered, that takes a grieving widower from London to Latvia in search of the truth about his late wife.

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The Buddha of Suburbia

Hanif Kureishi

Format: Paperback

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Hanif Kureishi's first novel, The Buddha of Suburbia is the bizarre, often hilarious and totally original picture of the life of a young Pakistani man growing up in 1970s Britain.

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Intimacy

Hanif Kureishi

Format: Paperback

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The number one bestseller.

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Love in a Blue Time

Hanif Kureishi

Format: Paperback

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A provocative collection of short stories charting the growth of a generation from the liberating irreverence of the late 1970s to the dilemmas of responsibility and fidelity of the 1990s.

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