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  • Evensongby Kenneth Steven

    SPCK 2012; US$ 13.11

    Kenneth Steven?s poems are inspired first and foremost by wildscape, by the places and people of Highland Perthshire and of the Celtic west – Iona and the Hebrides. But they are inspired by faith too, by the struggle to see God in the complexities of this world?s turmoil and find light in the darkness. more...

  • This Is Not How I Imagined It To Beby Veronica Villano

    Swift Publishing 2013; US$ 7.28

    Veronica Villano was born, an Italian in England, twenty nine years after Gli Azzurri?s second World Cup triumph and fifteen years before their third. She?s still lives here now, five years after their fourth and is looking forward, eagerly, to their fifth. This short collection comprises eleven sharply observed, poignant and funny poems, written... more...

  • Blood of Kingsby JB Brown

    Andrews UK 2012; US$ 10.99

    A reflection on life, The Blood of Kings describes in raw emotion and evocative language all aspects of what it is to be a man, a poet, a soldier, a friend. This poetry, with a dark edge, covers the loss of love, death, religion, friendship, war and a philosophical outlook on what they all really mean. Not always easy reading, but with depth and passion,... more...

  • In My Dotageby Jean Dickinson

    Andrews UK 2014; US$ 5.99

    This delightful anthology is a compilation of entertaining, witty and observant poems, written on many themes, and accompanied by illustrations and photographs from the author’s albums. Intermittently over the years Jean Dickinson marked family occasions, everyday occurrences (and sometimes mishaps) and friendships by writing mildly amusing verses;... more...

  • Forest Gateby Peter Akinti

    Random House 2009; US$ 18.78

    In a community where poverty is kept close and passed from one generation to the next, two teenage boys, best friends Ashvin and James, stand on top of twin tower blocks. Facing each other across the abyss of London's urban sprawl, they say their goodbyes in the final stages of a suicide pact. The boys jump together, each with a rope around his neck.... more...

  • The Holy Thiefby William Ryan

    St. Martin's Press 2010; US$ 22.99

    Moscow, 1936, and Stalin?s Great Terror is beginning. In a deconsecrated church, a young woman is found dead, her mutilated body displayed on the altar for all to see. Captain Alexei Korolev, finally beginning to enjoy the benefits of his success with the Criminal Investigation Division of the Moscow Militia, is asked to investigate. But when he... more...

  • Unholy Awakeningby Michael Gregorio

    St. Martin's Press 2010; US$ 17.99

    A woman?s body has been found at the bottom of a well. The death wounds are startling: two small, round punctures to the jugular vein. . . .   Vampire fever is spreading throughout the countryside, and suspicions soon fall on the recently arrived Emma Rimmele. Investigator Hanno Stiffeniis must do everything he can to find the true culprit before... more...

  • Without Conscienceby David Stuart Davies

    St. Martin's Press 2008; US$ 7.99

    Forests of the Night introduced the intrepid John Hawke, an exciting new detective operating in London during the Blitz. Now Johnny Hawke is back in this atmospheric, thrilling sequel. Set in 1942, Without Conscience finds Rachel Howells in London for the first time, trapped in a web of violence. Her companion, army deserter Harryboy Jenkins,... more...

  • Tales and Imaginingsby Tim Robinson

    The Lilliput Press 2012; US$ 10.19

    From the two volumes of Stones of Aran to the essays collected in Setting Foot on the Shores of Connemara and My Time in Space, Tim Robinson has established himself as one of the great non-fiction writers at work in the English language. In light of this, Tales and Imaginings, a collection of imaginative writings from five decades, might seem a profound... more...

  • My Time in Spaceby Tim Robinson

    The Lilliput Press 2012; US$ 10.19

    This is a stimulating book of exploration, experience and philosophical meditation. As always with Robinson, the writing is exact and eloquent, the terrritory exciting. This is a book to cherish and re-read, challenging, infuriating and satisfying in turn, with nuggets of poetry glinting between the curves and planes of its ideas - and passages of... more...