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  • It Wisnae Me…Honest!by Harry Morris

    Black & White Publishing 2011; US$ 1.88

    He’s back with a triple ‘B’… Both Barrels Blasting in Volume 9! The hilarious adventures of Glasgow’s favourite son, Harry the Polis, continue in his latest offering of stories, jokes, tales and anecdotes: ‘It Wisnae Me…Honest!’ You’ll be laughing at the lawyer whose clever insurance scam backfired,... more...

  • Nuthin' Like The Truthby Harry Morris

    Black & White Publishing 2006; US$ 1.88

    In Nuthin' Like the Truth, Harry Morris continues to mercilessly expose the lighter side of our hard-pressed police force. And in the third book in the Harry the Polis series, Harry has plenty more funny stories to tell from the thin blue line. Like how to deal with inept robbers with nothing but a shovel, and the story of the wee dug and the chocolate... more...

  • Up Tae Ma Neck in Paperworkby Harry Morris

    Black & White Publishing 2009; US$ 1.88

    The hilarious adventures of Harry the Polis, as recalled by ex-polis Harry Morris, the self-appointed Chief Constable of funny stories, continue with the publication of his seventh book, Up Tae my Neck in Paperwork. Here is another collection of stories, jokes, anecdotes and tales that will tempt your laughter lines into making an appearance and have... more...

  • In Search of Happinessby Sonwabiso Ngcowa

    Cover2Cover Books 2014; US$ 9.99

    Nana is fifteen when she travels from her village in the Eastern Cape to the city. She is overjoyed to be reunited with her family, even if they are living in a tiny shack. But she struggles to fit in at her new school, and she is shocked at the violence shown to Chino and Agnes, her Zimbabwean neighbours. When she and Agnes become close friends, and... more...

  • Still Reigningby The Queen

    Gerald Duckworth & Co 2014; US$ 3.63

    Sixty years on the throne. Only the second monarch to celebrate a Diamond Jubilee. It's been a challenge, one doesn't mind telling you. But despite it all, one's still here. Still keeping the ship afloat, still in charge, still iconic, still keeping the gin industry in business, still ruling the world. Still reigning. God Save One. On Politics and... more...

  • Of All Placesby John McAuliffe

    The Gallery Press 2015; US$ 14.58

    'Of All Places displays an ability to write public poems about Ireland using tones filled with keen wit, and using cadences, forms and rhythms that have a timeless beauty and grace.' ? Colm Tóibín, The Irish Times, Books of the Year With a hint of Auden's formal patterns, John McAuliffe's direct, intriguing poems are simultaneously grounded in the... more...

  • The Wye Playsby David Rabey

    Intellect Books Ltd 2004; US$ 25.00

    A first volume of plays by a startlingly ambitious and inventive dramatist. THE BACK OF BEYOND takes, as its starting point, the route of a sequel to KING LEAR, in which the surviving Shakespearean characters set out on an odyssey through a perilous, blasted landscape, and encounter new agents of cruelty, desire and magic. Wildly humorous and fiercely... more...

  • Mr. Thundermugby Cornelius Medvei

    HarperCollins 2010; US$ 5.99

    Mr. Thundermug is the inventive, entertaining, and?against all odds?poignant story of an animal who acquires the ability to eloquently speak human language. Using his own beautiful, eerie lithograph illustrations, Cornelius Medvei places us in a vivid world that is both familiar and alien. It's a world in which Mr. Thundermug and his family take... more...

  • Skippy Diesby Paul Murray

    Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2010; US$ 16.99

    Why does Skippy, a fourteen-year-old boy at Dublin's venerable Seabrook College, end up dead on the floor of the local doughnut shop? Could it have something to do with his friend Ruprecht Van Doren, an overweight genius who is determined to open a portal into a parallel universe using ten-dimensional string theory? Could it involve Carl, the teenage... more...

  • Catchby Simon Robson

    Random House 2010; US$ 11.27

    Catharine wakes to an empty bed. Her husband Tom, a human rights lawyer, is away on business and it's the first time she has woken alone in their cottage since they moved there from London five months ago. She is, as she confesses, a serious woman; realistic and practical. She has relinquished her hold on past ambitions, her music and her career,... more...