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  • The Dylan Thomas Murdersby David N. Thomas

    Seren 2002; US$ 10.14

    Waldo: a loner, an obsessive, the son of a famous writer - but which one? His mother Rosalind: did this old lady really work for MI5? Rachel: poet, Jew, Quaker - why is she taking such risks for the sake of friendship? Martin: her husband: retired academic, amateur detective, who is tested to the limit by events past and present in his new home in... more...

  • The Last Hundred Daysby Patrick McGuinness

    Seren 2011; US$ 13.11

    Once 'the Paris of the East', Bucharest in 1989 is a world of danger, repression and corruption, but also of intensity and ravaged beauty. As Ceausłescu's demolition squads race to destroy the old city and replace it with a sinister Stalinist Legoland, its inhabitants live out communism's dying days not knowing how or where things will end. In 'The... more...

  • Jack the Ripper: The Hand of a Womanby John Morris

    Seren 2012; US$ 10.14

    The Jack the Ripper murders of 1888 continue to exert a macabre hold on our imagination. Among the first serial murders, their brutality and bizarreness, and the seeming impossibility of detection have a terrible fascination. What kind of person could have performed such horrific deeds, and could have overstepped the boundary of what marks humankind?... more...

  • Second Chanceby Sian James

    Seren 2011; US$ 8.74

    Having returned home to Wales for her mother's funeral, actress Kate Rivers is overwhelmed by her past and forced to take stock of her life. From nursing her depressed mother as a child, through to her successful career and relationship with handsome photographer, Paul. past and present bombard Kate as she revisits the cottage and village in which... more...

  • The White Trailby Fflur Dafydd

    Seren 2011; US$ 13.11

    Life is tough for Cilydd, after his wife Goleuddydd, who is nine months pregnant, seems to vanish into thin air at a supermarket one wintry afternoon. Cilydd gets his cousin, Arthur - a private eye who has never solved a single case - to help him with the investigation. So begins a tale of intrigue and confusion that ends with a wild boar chase and... more...

  • The Dreams of Max & Ronnieby Niall Griffiths

    Seren 2010; US$ 11.65

    Iraq-bound young squaddie Ronnie takes something dodgy and falls asleep for three nights in a filthy hovel where he has the strangest of dreams. He watches the tattoed tribes of modern Britain assemble to speak with a grinning man playing war games. Arthurian legend merges with its twenty-first century counterpart in a biting commentary on leadership,... more...

  • Clueless Dogsby Rhian Edwards

    Seren 2012; US$ 13.11

    Clueless Dogs is the first collection of poetry by Rhian Edwards. Already a noted performer of both her songs and poetry, this book confirms her startling talent and is shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best First Collection. Poems like 'The Welshman Who Couldn't Sing' chronicle a fraught childhood in Bridgend, south Wales, where the sensitive... more...

  • The Flying Trapezeby Duncan Bush

    Seren 2012; US$ 13.11

    One of the most significant voices of his generation from Wales, a new book by Duncan Bush is an eagerly awaited event. The Flying Trapeze, his sixth poetry collection and the first to appear after his notable 'Midway', is characteristically unsentimental, tough-minded, and fiercely lyrical. Many poems are inspired by places he has lived in or travelled... more...

  • See How They Runby Lloyd Jones

    Seren 2012; US$ 13.11

    Small-minded academic Dr Llwyd Mcnamara has a grant to research Wales' biggest here, rugby star Dylan Manawydan Jones - Big M. But as he plays with USB sticks in his office, the gods have other plans? Lloyd Jones retells this Third Branch of the Celtic myth cycle the Mabinogion with his usual wit, imaginative intelligence and love of language. more...

  • Le Temps Des Cerisesby Zillah Bethell

    Seren 2010; US$ 7.28

    If you?ve seen Les Mis and are still wanting more, this new ebook could be just what you need. Le Temps Des Cerises is set at the barricades of Paris in the 1870s, just a few years after Victor Hugo penned his epic novel. The citizens are still suffering, this time being starved out by the Prussian... more...