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Miles Davis

by Brian Morton

‘A compelling few hours’ reading for anyone with an interest in 20th-century music.’ Kenneth Clarke, The Daily Mail

Miles Davis (1926-91) was one of the great jazz musicians, bandleaders and composers. His...


White Horse

by Ge Yan & Nicky Harman

“Vivid, White Horse mesmerizes from page one as events unfold through the unassuming lenses of a child’s mind. In recounting how young Yun Yun is trying to make sense of real life experiences in an adult...


Janice

by Jean Goulbourne

"A moving moral tale for our times." Maggie Harris, winner of the Commonwealth Short Story Prize 2014

Born and raised by her single mother in a Jamaican ghetto in Kingston, Janice is glad she is moving away to...


Indian Magic

by Balraj Khanna

‘I am absolutely bowled over by this novel … Khanna delivers with the wisdom of a Naipaul, the dexterity of Vikram Seth and the honesty and observation of Zadie Smith.’ Paul Pickering, novelist

Packed with...


CLR James: Cricket's Philosopher King

by Dave Renton

‘Books about CLR James abound, but this is a particularly good one. It’s lucidly written, full of narrative interest and explores areas of the great Caribbean man’s life and struggles that have rarely been...


Tula: The Revolt

by Jeroen Leinders & Brian Doyle

Longlisted for the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award 2015An inspiring historical novel based on the true story of the Great Slave Revolt on Curaçao in 1795 - now a major motion picture starring Danny...


Dew Angels

by Melanie Schwapp

Selected to receive the USA ‘Literary Classics Seal of Approval' in 2014, Dew Angels, is the deeply moving and powerful story of Nola Chambers, a young Jamaican girl born with black skin into a fair-skinned...


White Squall on the Land: Narratives of Resilient Caribbean People

by Hilary Robertson-Hickling

White Squall on the Land does not flinch from the uncomfortable truths, yet the author’s deep commitment to the people she interviews transforms the book into a story of resilience and hope.’ Leo Zeilig

White...


Memoirs of A Karate Fighter

by Ralph Robb

Memoirs of a Karate Fighter is a hard-hitting account of karate training during the 1980s in one of Europe's toughest dojos. In this gripping story, Ralph Robb gives an insight into the training methods and...


MORE THAN A GAME: A Story About Football and other Stuff

by Sylvester Young

‘Funny, poignant and illumining …the best football book in years’ Positive Magazine

More than a Game tells it how it really was for black football players a generation ago. Set in 1980s Wolverhampton, Sabina...


A Pair of Jeans and other stories

by Qaisra Shahraz

In this vibrant and moving collection of short stories by award winning author Quaisra Shahraz, she demonstrates yet again her abilities for storyline and plot which are always gripping.

The Elopement, The Discovery...


My Aunt and The Potted Plant

by Jean Goulbourne

‘A female voice writing about a disappearing world with clarity, compassion, humour, deep affection and wit.’ Patricia Cumper

Set in Jamaica after the close of the Second World War, Jean Goubourne’s short...


The Mists of Simla

by Balraj Khanna

‘Enthralling! Superbly executed!’ Balbir Sin Sambyal

The Mists of Simla is a captivating story, often achingly funny, full of narrow escapes and some tears, as one young man strides out onto the cricket field...


Eye of The Eagle

by Bai Hun & Nicky Harman

Eye of the Eagle depicts the degradation of the lives of migrant workers in China, in this case, open–cast miners.


The Chocolate Shop Perverts

by Ernest Alanki

Sixteen-year-old Martin runs away from home in Newcastle for Edinburgh, he is hoping for a completely fresh start. Jobless and nearly hopeless, he is befriended by a stranger. This is James, a dark angel in...


Caribbean Chemistry: Tales from St Kitts

by Christopher Vanier

‘Charming and vividly evocative… I feel as if I have got to know these islands, and almost to have been there.’ Helena Drysdale, author of Strangerland

Ah, to be an embryo again. Christopher Vanier's story...


The Argentinian Virgin

by Jim Williams

The Argentinian Virgin is a sensuous novel of jealousy and betrayal set in the Riviera summer 1941. Four  glamorous young Americans  find themselves whiling away the days in the boredom of a small Riviera...


Patrice Lumumba: Africa's Lost Leader

by Leo Zeilig

Patrice Lumumba (1925-61) is perhaps the most famous leader of the African independence movement.  After his murder in 1961 he became an icon of anti-imperialist struggle.  His picture was brandished on demonstrations...


Kisdadee Girl

by Maggie Harris

Powerful forces surge through British Guiana as it transforms into independent Guyana. Margaret must navigate her own independence. Scottish, Portuguese, African: all and none of these, this teenager of the...


In the Spirit of McPhineas Lata and Other Stories

by Lauri Kubuitsile

In many of these stories, there is as sense that things are not as they seem: a woman’s husband-to-be has a questionable past and a voluptuous stranger’s beauty belies her malevolence. Characters are shaped...