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The Speed of Light

by Javier Cercas

The prize-winning author of the international bestseller Soldiers of Salamis turns his attention to the legacy of the Vietnam War and the price of success.


Stevenson Under the Palm Trees

by Alberto Manguel

In the lush, uninhibited atmosphere of Samoa, Robert Louis Stevenson is languishing with the disease that will soon kill him; when a chance encounter with the mysterious Scottish missionary, Mr Baker, turns...


A Not So Perfect Crime

by Teresa Solana & Peter Bush

A satirical romp and suspenseful mystery that uncovers the darker side of Barcelona.


All Yours

by Claudia Pineiro & Miranda France

A portrait of a wife betrayed, at first desperate to save her marriage but then intent on violent revenge.


Havana Fever

by Leonardo Padura & Peter Bush

Scorching novel from a star of Cuban fiction. The return of Mario Conde.


Havana Gold: The Havana Quartet

by Leonardo Padura & Peter Bush

Scorching novel from a star of Cuban fiction. The fourth of the Havana Quartet series.


Havana Black: A Lieutenant Mario Conde Mystery

by Leonardo Padura & Peter Bush

Scorching novel from a star of Cuban fiction. Second Conde mystery set in languid Havana.


Havana Red

by Leonardo Padura & Peter Bush

A young transvestite found strangled in a Havana park. The stifling death of a beloved Cuba.


Soldiers of Salamis

Independent Foreign Fiction Prize 2004

by Javier Cercas

"Gripping and also a tear-jerker in the best sense of the word...Soldiers of Salamis strikes a chord in any country or individual with ghosts to face."-Los Angeles Times