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  • The Murder of Gonzagoby R.T. Raichev

    Constable & Robinson 2012; US$ 27.69

    Lord Remnant's eccentric parties on his privately owned Caribbean island of Grenadin are the stuff of legend... but then the 12th Earl suddenly dies in the course of an amateur production of The Murder of Gonzago, the play within a play in Hamlet. more...

  • A Lesson in Secretsby Jacqueline Winspear

    Allison & Busby 2012; US$ 10.19

    In the summer of 1932, Maisie Dobbs?s career takes an exciting new turn when she accepts an undercover assignment directed by Scotland Yard?s Special Branch and the Secret Service. Posing as a junior lecturer, she is sent to a college in Cambridge to monitor any activities ‘not in the interests of the Crown?. When the college?s controversial pacifist... more...

  • Trouble Came to the Turnipby Caroline Bird

    Carcanet 2011; US$ 14.51

    Following Looking Through Letterboxes, her first collection (2002), Caroline Bird was acclaimed as a vivid and precocious new talent. Trouble Came to the Turnip confirms her originality as she strikes out again in new directions, taking nothing for granted. Her poems are ferociously vital, fantastical, sometimes violent, almost always savagely humorous... more...

  • Jilted Cityby Patrick McGuinness

    Carcanet 2010; US$ 14.51

    The poems in Jilted City inhabit in-between-places, when a border is being crossed, a word is slipping into another language, when memory is translating loss. From ?Stations where the train doesn?t stop? in ?Blue Guide?, following a train journey through Belgium, to?City of Lost Walks?, English versions of a dissident Romanian poet whose ?poetry fails... more...

  • Sound Housesby Will Eaves

    Carcanet 2011; US$ 14.51

    Will Eaves? first book of poems explores several continents, moods and stages of life. Common experience ? of growing up, growing older, losing a parent, being in love, enjoying the natural world in all its nearness and remoteness ? provides his themes. Wherever they are set, in the Australian bush or in a West Country sickroom, the poems keep faith... more...

  • Arguing with Malarchyby Carola Luther

    Carcanet 2011; US$ 14.51

    Arguing with Malarchy is full of voices. Tender, sinister, sad or cantankerous, they compel us to attend to their realities, the glimpsed depths of their stories, the distances they have travelled. Carola Luther?s poems are alert to the ways a life can be briefly snared in the turn of a phrase ? or in the moment when language fails. She explores silences,... more...

  • Red Houseby Sasha Dugdale

    Carcanet 2011; US$ 14.51

    In Red House, her third collection, Sasha Dugdale evokes the ghosts and presences that flit about on the margins of our lives. She finds them at the edge of towns where superstores and allotments blur an older landscape, in Europe where emigrants leave their gods, their neighbours, their memories 'jettisoned like old clothes'; and across the chalk... more...

  • The Rainbow Bridgeby Aubrey Flegg

    The O'Brien Press 2004; US$ 10.19

    Book 2: The Louise trilogy. Over a century has elapsed since Louise sat for her portrait. The painting has passed from person to person, unsigned and unvalued. Then, in 1792, as Revolution sweeps through France, Gaston Morteau, a lieutenant in the Hussars, rescues the canvas from a canal in Holland. Louise becomes a very real presence in Gaston's... 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...

  • We needed coffee but...'by Matthew Welton

    Carcanet 2012; US$ 14.51

    From its title, which runs to 101 words in full, to its wordless concrete poems; from its World Cup fixture list to its transformations of four-letter words, 'We needed coffee but...' is audacious, mischievous, even outrageous. As in his award-winning first collection The Book of Matthew, the poet attends precisely to each detail: the rhythms are... more...