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The Events

by David Greig

'I have been thinking I might go berserk.'

When Claire, a priest, survives an atrocity she sets out on a quest to answer the most difficult question of all: 'Why?' It's a journey that takes her to the edge of...


The Granny

by Brendan O'Carroll

The New York Times Book Review praised Brendan O'Carroll's first novel, The Mammy, as "Cheerful...as unpretentious and satisfying as a home-cooked meal...with a delicious dessert of an ending." With the forthcoming...


The Same Deep Water as Me

by Nick Payne

Had an accident at work? Tripped on a paving slab? Cut yourself shaving? You could be entitled to compensation. Andrew and Barry at Scorpion Claims, Luton's finest personal injury lawyers, are the men for you....


Gabriel

by Samuel Adamson

This is noisily Protestant England - the England of William and Mary's Glorious Revolution at the end of a century of civil strife. This is London in the 1690s, the monster city tamed into awe by our only Orpheus:...


Some People

by Harold Nicolson

On the face of it, bracketing Harold Nicolson and Vladimir Nabokov seems unexpected but the latter paid a remarkable tribute to Some People. When speaking to Harold Nicolson's son, Nigel, he confessed that all...


Peacemaking, 1919

by Harold Nicolson

'Of all branches of human endeavour, diplomacy is the most protean.' That is how Harold Nicolson begins this book. It is an apt opening. The Paris Conference of 1919, attended by thirty-two nations, had the...


Larisa and the Merchants

by Alexander Ostrovsky & Samuel Adamson

The Value of Something is Never its Price

In a trading town on the banks of the river, penniless Larisa is desperate to marry and escape heartbreak and humiliation. But in this brutal world of transactions true...


The Victorian in the Wall

by Will Adamsdale

Latte-land.

Power-prams, Grand Design knock-throughs, organic everything.

A work-shy writer discovers a Victorian man living in the wall of his flat. Everyone's pretty surprised. Adjustments need to be made....


Longarm 353: Longarm and the Tiny Thief

by Tabor Evans

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


Simon Gray: Plays 4: Common Pursuit; Holy Terror; After Pilkington; Old Flames; They Never Slept

by Simon Gray

'Sharp, funny and clever . . . What a pleasure to re-encounter a play that combines unabashed intelligence and zinging wit with a rare generosity of spirit.'

Daily Telegraph on The Common Pursuit

'Gray's stature...


On Russian Music

by Gerald Abraham

First published in 1939, On Russian Music was conceived by Gerald Abraham as a sequel to his earlier Studies in Russian Music (1935, also in Faber Finds), and complements the previous work in many useful respects....


Nicholas Wiseman

by Brian Fothergill

Nicholas Wiseman was not yet 26 years of age when he became rector of the English College in Rome. Pope Leo XII then made him curator of Arabic manuscripts in the Vatican, and professor of Oriental languages...


Late Call

by Angus Wilson

A compassionate portrait of an elderly - and frustrated - woman adjusting to new town life and finding a new purpose in living.

Illness forces Sylvia Calvert to live with her son Harold, a headmaster in Carshall...


The Spy's Handbook

by Herbie Brennan

The complete guide to professional spying for 8-to-80-year-olds.

Whether you're just a bit nosy, or you want to launch a full-scale investigation of your neighbours, this indispensable handbook will teach you...


The Order of Death

by Hugh Fleetwood

Lieutenant Fred O'Connor of the NYPD Narcotics Bureau has a secret: an apartment on Central Park West, jointly purchased with ill-gotten gains by Fred and a corrupt fellow officer. The place is a refuge for...


The Household Guide to Dying: A Novel About Life

by Debra Adelaide

Now that popular household advice columnist Delia Bennet is dying from cancer, she's compiled the ultimate to-do list: plan her daughter's future wedding, fill the freezer with her family's favorite meals- perhaps...


Sergeant Nelson of the Guards

by Gerald Kersh

Night and the City (1938) made Gerald Kersh's reputation, but it was as a war novelist that he reached a wide readership in 1942, via a pair of books about British army recruits, led by Sergeant Bill Nelson,...


The Unknown Citizen

by Tony Parker

'Charlie Smith is only one of many similar men who are at this moment living unhappily among us, or are confined in prison now but must sooner or later be released.'

The Unknown Citizen (1963) was Tony Parker's...


A Man of Good Abilities

by Tony Parker

First published in 1967, A Man of Good Abilities was Tony Parker's fifth book, and told the story of 65 year-old 'Norman Edwards', a compulsive swindler-embezzler for his whole adult life, one punctuated by...


In No Man's Land: Some Unmarried Mothers

by Tony Parker

'A man, now, well sure enough, one of those you can forget; but a child is forever.' Kate Byrne

For No Man's Land, first published in 1972, Tony Parker persuaded six young unmarried mothers to talk frankly about...