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Into the Mouth of the Lion

by A. B. Kyazze

Angola, 2002. In the last days of a vicious civil war, it is a dangerous landscape rife with rebel soldiers, land mines, corruption and deception. A suspicious explosion kills a beloved nurse, while another...


Jacobo’s Rainbow

by David Hirshberg

Jacobo's Rainbow is an historical literary novel set primarily in the nineteen sixties during the convulsive period of the student protest movements and the Vietnam War. It focuses on the issue of being an outsider...


Diamond Hill

by Kit Fan

?I enjoyed Diamond Hill very much. It?s fantastically evocative of a time and place, full of vivid images but never at the expense of story. A hugely impressive first novel.??DAVID NICHOLLS, bestselling author...


The Son of the House

by Cheluchi Onyemelukwe-Onuobia

WINNER of the Best International Fiction Book Award, Sharjah International Book Fair 2019

The lives of two Nigerian women divided by class and social inequality intersect when they're kidnapped, held captive,...


The Guardian of Amsterdam Street

by Sergio Schmucler & Jessie Mendez Sayer

Roma meets A Gentleman in Moscow in this vivid portrait of the twentieth century, witnessed by one boy from his self-imposed refuge in Mexico City.

Galo has not left his home on Amsterdam Street, not since the...


Sunday Drive to Gun Club Road

by Marion Quednau

In her debut short story collection, Quednau offers unsettling examinations of ?what really happened? with rich, complex characters that might equally arouse our suspicions or sympathy: we pay attention. She...


Monster

by Ashleigh Synnott

Charting surreal and yet familiar worlds where hope and horror co-exist, Monster is ruthless, weird, dark and funny. These 32 stories explore loss, addiction, love and breakdown with unsentimental economy. Stories...


Light on a Part of the Field

by Kevin Holowack

In his evocative debut novel, Light on a Part of the Field, Kevin Holowack introduces us to a family grappling with artistic ambition, mental illness, and rifts that may not be possible to mend. Set in B.C....


Churchill's Secret Messenger

by Alan Hlad

A riveting story of World War II and the courage of one young woman as she is drafted into Churchill’s overseas spy network, aiding the French Resistance behind enemy lines and working to liberate Nazi-occupied...


Winter in Sokcho

by Elisa Shua Dusapin & Aneesa Abbas Higgins

As if Marguerite Duras wrote Convenience Store Woman?a beautiful, unexpected novel from a debut French Korean author

It?s winter in Sokcho, a tourist town on the border between South and North Korea. The cold...


In Concrete

by Anne Garreta & Emma Ramadan

Garréta?s first novel in a decade follows the mania that descends upon a family when the father finds himself in possession of a concrete mixer. As he seeks to modernize every aspect of their lives, disaster...


Temptation

by Chiquita Dennie

Gabriel McCollough is the star basketball coach, Top draft pick that played in one season and retired from the game of basketball from a injury and the twenty-five-year-old alpha male every young woman in town...


Heart of Stone Book 1 (Emery&Jackson): Heart of Stone Series

by Chiquita Dennie

Emery Stone has a secret. If all goes as planned after she leaves her cheating ex-boyfriend, she can make sure no one ever finds out. Determined to keep love at bay, she’s resigned herself to a life of no...


Heart of Stone 1.5 (Emery&Jackson): A Valentine’s Day Short Story

by Chiquita Dennie

Emery and Jackson are the go-to couple.

Relationship problems? Call them. Work problems? Call them. Legal problems? Call them.

But now that the couple have said their 'I do's', they no longer want to be at everyone's...


RedLight District

by Chiquita Dennie

Desires are meant to be explored, only one taste won’t do. 

Kimberly Peterson is awkward in every sense of the word. She hasn’t had a date in over a year. Her world revolves around work and close family...


Maggie and the Selkie

by Heather Ewings

'How did you find me? Where did you come from?'

'You called me,' he said.

'I called you?' Maggie frowned. 'How?'

'You cried seven tears into the sea.'

Grieving the loss of her husband in a boating accident, Maggie...


What the Tide Brings

by Heather Ewings

In most tales of selkies it is a woman whose magical skin is stolen, who is forced to marry the lucky thief and live a life of misery, pining away for her home in the sea.

But what if the stolen skin belongs...


Rajmohan's Wife and Sultana's Dream

by Chandra Bankim Chatterjee, Rokeya Sakhawa Hossain & Mint Editions

Rajmohan?s Wife and Sultana?s Dream (1864/1908) features the debut novel of Indian writer Bankim Chandra Chatterjee and a story by Bengali writer, feminist, and educator Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain. Rajmohan?s Wife...


Rajmohan's Wife and Sultana's Dream

by Chandra Bankim Chatterjee, Rokeya Sakhawa Hossain & Mint Editions

Rajmohan?s Wife and Sultana?s Dream (1864/1908) features the debut novel of Indian writer Bankim Chandra Chatterjee and a story by Bengali writer, feminist, and educator Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain. Rajmohan?s Wife...


My First and Only Love

by Sahar Khalifeh & Aida Bamia

A deeply poetic account of love and resistance through a young girl?s eyes by acclaimed writer, Sahar Khalifeh, called "the Virginia Woolf of Palestinian literature? (Börsenblatt)

Nidal, after many decades of...