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Fraulein Else

by Arthur Schnitzler & F. H. Lyon

While staying with her aunt at a fashionable spa, Else receives an unexpected telegram from her mother, begging her to save her father from debtor's jail. The only way out, it seems, is to approach an elderly...


The Kidnapping of Terry Greene

by Terry Kay

Aaron Greene is a shy, stay-in-the-background young Jewish boy, the child of shy, stay-in-the-background parents. Only a year out of high school, he has a part-time job as a mailboy in a large Atlanta bank....


Sky Saw

by Blake Butler

Another disturber from the author of Nothing and There Is No Year.


The Twin

International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award 2010

by Gerbrand Bakker & David Colmer

When his twin brother dies in a car accident, Helmer is obliged to return to the small family farm. He resigns himself to taking over his brother's role and spending the rest of his days 'with his head under...


Family Matters

by Rohinton Mistry

Rohinton Mistry’s enthralling novel is at once a domestic drama and an intently observed portrait of present-day Bombay in all its vitality and corruption. At the age of seventy-nine, Nariman Vakeel, already...


The Sea, The Sea

Man Booker Prize 1978

by Iris Murdoch & John Burnside

When Charles Arrowby retires from his glittering career in the London theatre, he buys a remote house on the rocks by the sea. He hopes to escape from his tumultuous love affairs but unexpectedly bumps into...


My Lover's Lover

by Maggie O'farrell

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


East Is East

by T.C. Boyle

Young Japanese seaman Hiro Tanaka, inspired by dreams of the City of Brotherly Love and trained in the ways of the samurai, jumps ship off the coast of Georgia and swims into a net of rabid rednecks, genteel...


The Road to Wellville

by T.C. Boyle

Will Lightbody is a man with a stomach ailment whose only sin is loving his wife, Eleanor, too much. Eleanor is a health nut of the first stripe, and when in 1907 she journeys to Dr. John Harvey Kellogg's infamous...


Main Street: The Story of Carol Kennicott

by Sinclair Lewis & Martin Bucco

Sinclair Lewis's barbed portrait of Gopher Prairie, Minnesota, shattered the myth of the American Middle West as God's Country and became a symbol of the cultural narrow-mindedness and smug complacency of small...


Storyville

by Lois Battle

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


The Book and the Brotherhood

by Iris Murdoch

A story about love and friendship and Marxism

Many years ago Gerard Hernshaw and his friends "commissioned" one of their number to write a political book.

Time passes and opinions change. "Why should we go on...


Looking For The Possible Dance

by A. L. Kennedy

Mary Margaret Hamilton was educated in Scotland. She was born there too. These may not have been the best possible options, but they were the only ones on offer at the time. Although her father did his best,...


Dumb House

by John Burnside

In Persian myth, it is said that Akbar the Great once built a palace which he filled with newborn children, attended only by mutes, in order to learn whether language is innate or aquired. As the year passed...


Love, Anger, Madness: A Haitian Trilogy

by Marie Vieux-Chauvet, Rose-Myriam Rejouis & Val Vinokur

Available in English for the first time, Marie Vieux-Chauvet’s stunning trilogy of novellas is a remarkable literary event. In a brilliant translation by Rose-Myriam Réjouis and Val Vinokur, Love, Anger,...


Lamb

by Bernard MacLaverty

On a promontory jutting out into the Atlantic wind stands the Home run by Brother Benedict, where boys are taught a little of God and a lot of fear. To Michael Lamb, one of the youngest brothers, the regime...


Obabakoak

by Bernardo Atxaga

One of only a hundred or so books originally written in the Basque language during the last four centuries, Obabakoak is a shimmering, mercurial novel about life in Obaba, a remote, exotic, Basque village.

Obaba...


Living Nowhere

by John Burnside

Corby, the industrial new town built around a vast steel works, draws many to the fires of its furnaces - in the hope of steady work, a better house, a fresh start. Amongst them are Francis Cameron, from Scotland,...


The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle: A Novel

by Haruki Murakami

Japan's most highly regarded novelist now vaults into the first ranks of international fiction writers with this heroically imaginative novel, which is at once a detective story, an account of a disintegrating...


Fidel's Last Days: A Novel

by Roland Merullo

Roland Merullo has consistently wowed critics with his brilliant storytelling and his refusal to be pigeonholed, hopscotching from the coming-of-age tale (In Revere, In Those Days) to the novel-as-fable (Golfing...