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  • Murderers I Have Knownby Marina Warner

    Random House 2010; US$ 11.27

    Like her award-winning novels, Marina Warner's stories conjure up mysteries and wonders in a physical world, treading a delicate, magical line between the natural and the supernatural, between openness and fear. In 'Natural Limits', a bereaved woman, contemplating the massacre of 11,000 virgins, comes to terms with the unimaginable. The title story... more...

  • A Cautious Approachby Stanley Middleton

    Random House 2010; US$ 26.78

    Shortly before his death last year, Stanley Middleton completed this, his last novel, which concludes a unique depiction of middle-class life in 'Middle England', quietly and cumulatively over many volumes and decades. Once again we are in Beechnall, the constant setting of Stanley Middleton's novels, and his sense of place and his feeling for his... more...

  • London Boulevardby Ken Bruen

    Transworld 2010; US$ 11.27

    When Mitchell is released from prison after serving three years for a vicious attack he doesn't remember, he reluctantly finds himself caught up with Robert Gant, a ruthless lowlife with violent plans. Attempting to stay out of Gant's way, Mitchell finds work as a handyman at the mansion of a faded movie actress. When she eagerly plies him with cash,... more...

  • Landedby Tim Pears

    Random House 2010; US$ 12.68

    Brought up in the Anglo-Welsh borders by an affectionate but alcoholic and feckless mother, Owen Ithell's sense of self is rooted in his long, vivid visits to his grandparents' small farm in the hills. As an adult he moves to an English city where he builds a new life, working as a gardener. He meets Mel, they have children. He believes he has found... more...

  • Salvageby Robert Edric

    Transworld 2010; US$ 11.27

    It is the not too distant future. The Gulf Stream has ceased and the climate is plunged into turmoil. England has changed. Civil Servant Quinn is dispatched to conduct an audit on a remote plot of land up North, designated for a brand new model town. But he swiftly realises how inflammatory his presence is when confronted by those on the sharp end... more...

  • Christ In The Fieldsby Eugene McCabe

    Random House 2010; US$ 7.04

    A volume containing the novella, "Victims", and stories "Heritage" and "Cancer". The book offers a vision of the situation in Ulster that ranges from childhood confrontations to the force of passion which leads adults to reprisals and murder. more...

  • Butterfly's Shadowby Lee Langley

    Random House 2010; US$ 14.09

    Lee Langley's bewitching story of lost hope and thwarted love opens where Puccini's opera ends; with Madame Butterfly - Cho-Cho-San - handing over her beloved son to his American father before killing herself. In America Joey grows up torn between two cultures, haunted, like his parents, by their memories of what really happened on that fateful day.... more...

  • Now That You're Backby A.L. Kennedy

    Random House 2010; US$ 12.68

    Exposing and exploring the sinuous undercurrents of violence, anguish and love, A.L. Kennedy examines the nature of the individual, both in isolation and society, as characters define and deny their chosen identities. While showing us the unlikeliness of intimacy and the impossibility of communication, Kennedy also reveals the subversive liberation... more...

  • Isa and Mayby Margaret Forster

    Random House 2010; US$ 12.68

    Isamay's unusual name comes from her two very different grandmothers, Isa and May, who were both present at her birth and who have both formed and influenced her whole life in very particular ways. Now almost thirty, Isamay is trying to write a thesis about grandmothers in history but is instead constantly ambushed by the startling secrets her own... more...

  • By the Skin of His Teethby Ann Walsh

    Dundurn 2006; US$ 8.99

    In 1870 British Columbia, racial tensions run high when a Chinese man is found stabbed to death. Ted MacIntosh must fight to reveal the truth. more...