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    John Murray 2006; US$ 19.68

    Written in the hallmark visceral style of A Million Little Pieces , My Friend Leonard is a mesmerising insight into a friendship built in an astonishing underworld. more...

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    John Murray 2009; US$ 15.74

    In her provocative second novel, Spanish author Julia Navarro takes readers on an exhilarating journey across centuries and continents, as an upstart archaeologist and a murderous group of conspirators vie for a treasure that will rewrite history an explosive account of the worlds creation recorded millennia ago by a humble scribe onto the legendary... more...

  • City of Lost Girlsby Declan Hughes

    John Murray 2010; US$ 15.74

    There's a killer on the loose. He kills the lost girls. And he always kills in threes. more...

  • The Raptureby Elliott Hall

    John Murray 2010; US$ 15.74

    Isaac Taylor isn't missing. According to government records, he never existed. PI Felix Strange isn't convinced, not least because Isaac is an old army buddy. The man saved his life in Tehran, so the least Strange can do is dig up some leads. Strange soon discovers Isaac isn't the only one missing. All over the country, young and old, men and women,... more...

  • The Dying Breedby Declan Hughes

    John Murray 2009; US$ 18.11

    A missing persons case draws Ed Loy into the shady - and deadly - underworld of horse racing. more...

  • The End of the Monsoonby John Lathrop

    John Murray 2010; US$ 25.98

    Michael Smith, at the US embassy in Cambodia, has an urgent assignment: do what it takes to help a US oil company secure its contract with the Cambodian government before upcoming elections strengthen a Chinese competitor. His affair with Zainab, the British charge's wife, complicates events. Unaware of Smith's role, Zainab pushes hard for reform,... more...

  • Maniby Patrick Leigh Fermor

    John Murray 2010; US$ 19.68

    A glorious fusion of scholarship, history and imagination: mountainous Greece by the master traveller and writer who brought you A Time of Gifts. more...

  • The Newgate Jigby Ann Featherstone

    John Murray 2010; US$ 18.11

    A hanging always draws a crowd. But not everyone there has come to jeer at the condemned man. George Kevill's young son Barney is in the front row, and he knows his father is innocent. There are others there who know George is innocent, too - and the men who set him up have every reason to want to silence his boy . . Narrowly escaping the clutches... more...

  • To War with Wellingtonby Peter Snow

    John Murray 2010; US$ 21.26

    The story of one of the world's greatest soldiers - and the men who fought with him more...

  • Running for the Hillsby Horatio Clare

    John Murray 2006; US$ 19.68

    When Jenny and Robert fall in love in the late 1960s they decide to build a new future together, away from the city. They escape to an isolated sheep farm nestled on a mountainside. It has no running water but it is beautiful and rugged. Their young sons can roam wild. As their flock struggles, money runs low and rain drives in horizontally across... more...