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  • Assisted Dyingby Jo Cartwright; Lesley Mary Close; Terry Pratchett

    Peter Owen Publishers 2014; US$ 9.99

    The latest developments in the arguments for and against assisted dying, with a foreword by Terry Pratchett Assisted dying is perhaps one of the most divisive issues of the modern age, generating endless headlines and moral debates. Published in conjunction with the organization Dignity in Dying, this important book provides a forum for expert... more...

  • Nina in Utopiaby Miranda Miller

    Peter Owen Publishers 2011; US$ 9.99

    A breathtakingly original novel of time travel, Bedlam, and a mad Victorian painter   London, 1854: Nina, the wife of an ambitious doctor, is heavily traumatized by the death of her young daughter and finds herself mysteriously transported 150 years into the future. A tourist in the 21st century, she believes she is witnessing a Utopia, with... more...

  • The Same Riverby Jaan Kaplinski

    Peter Owen Publishers 2011; US$ 9.99

    The first English translation of a major European literary figure and Nobel Prize nominee's most significant work of prose to date, this tense, cerebral, fascinating novel is the perfect introduction to Kaplinski   A semi-autobiographical Bildungsroman, set in the early 1960s, this novel narrates the efforts of Kaplinski's youthful alter... more...

  • Sophia of Hanoverby J. N. Duggan

    Peter Owen Publishers 2011; US$ 9.99

    The detailed memoirs and letters of a gifted and prolific chronicler provide an insider?s view of life for the top echelons of society in the 16th century   Sophia, Electress of Hanover (1630–1714), granddaughter of James I, and mother of George I, is best remembered as the link between the Houses of Stuart and Hanover. A true European, Sophia... more...

  • The Seven Churchesby Milo? Urban

    Peter Owen Publishers 2011; US$ 9.99

    A bloody, atmospheric modern classic of crime literature and one of the most haunting and terrifying thrillers to come out of Europe in recent years   Written in the spirit of the sensational murder story and combined with a rich Gothic atmosphere, this tale, now translated into 11 languages, traces the steps of a killer through the seven cathedrals... more...

  • Birdbrainby Johanna Sinisalo

    Peter Owen Publishers 2011; US$ 9.99

    From the author of the critically acclaimed Troll , the new novel from Johanna Sinisalo is full of her trademark style, surreal invention, and savage humor   Set in Australasia, this is the story of a young Finnish couple who have embarked on the hiking trip of a lifetime, with Heart of Darkness as their only reading matter. Conrad?s dark... more...

  • The Dreaming Sexby Mike Ashley

    Peter Owen Publishers 2011; US$ 9.99

    Rare jewels of Victorian fiction highlight the fantastic contributions made by women writers in the early development of science fiction A selection of early science fiction short stories by women are collected  here, along with an introduction exploring the contributions women made in the early development of the field—in particular the different... more...

  • The Lost Wordby Oya Baydar

    Peter Owen Publishers 2011; US$ 9.99

    One of the most acclaimed and powerful novels of modern Turkey is set across Europe, but retains the Turkish-Kurdish conflict at its heart   A mixture of thriller, love story, political, and psycho-philosophical novel, this is a sobering, coruscating introduction to the potentially explosive situation that exists between the Kurds and the Turkish... more...

  • Guiltyby Anna Kavan

    Peter Owen Publishers 2007; US$ 8.99

    Set in an unspecified but eerily familiar time and landscape, this is the story of Mark, a protagonist who struggles against the machinations of a hostile society and bureaucracy. Suffering at first from the persecution of his father as a conscientious objector, his life quickly comes under the control of the Machiavellian Mr. Spector, an influential... more...

  • The Beautiful Childby Emma Tennant

    Peter Owen Publishers 2013; US$ 8.99

    From the acclaimed author of Pemberley and Thornfield Hall comes a tale inspired by Henry James The Beautiful Child is the last known unfinished story by the great American writer, ending on a Jamesian note of terror and amplified throughout by Tennant's trademark feminist-dreamlike style. A chilling account of cruelty and neglect, it suggests... more...