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- Random House 2009; US$ 18.91
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...
- Baker Publishing Group 2012; US$ 3.99
Christian counselor and radio personality Stephen Arterburn draws on his own positive and negative experiences to offer specific tips to help you create healthy relationships. This is a selection from Arterburn's Regret-free Living . more...
- Icon Books 2011; US$ 11.65
Martin Bell OBE has been many things ? an icon of BBC war reporting, Britain?s first independent MP for 50 years, a UNICEF ambassador, and ?the man in the white suit? ? a tireless campaigner for honesty and accountability in politics.But as For Whom the Bell Tolls reveals, he?s also a poet of light verse, and here Bell?s poems continue his war by... more...
- Nick Hern Books 2012; US$ 14.57
A funny, touching and at times savage portrait of a family full of longing that?s losing its grip ? The Last of the Haussmans is a play examining the fate of the revolutionary generation. It premiered at the National Theatre in 2012, starring Julie Walters and Rory Kinnear. Anarchic, feisty but growing old, high-society drop-out Judy Haussman remains... more...
- Little, Brown and Company 2011; US$ 11.99
A killer is on the loose. The victims: children whose mothers can't protect them. The past is coming back to haunt the people of London: a murderer is targeting the children of victims of Raymond Garvey, an infamous serial killer from London's past. When Murder Squad veteran Detective Tom Thorne, who solves the London Police Department's most... more...
- Carcanet 2011; US$ 14.51
Caroline Bird's two earlier collections were acclaimed for their exuberant energy, surreal imagination and passion -- 'a bit of a Howl for a new generation', wrote the Hudson Review. Watering Can celebrates life as an early twenty-something. The poems, writes Caroline Bird, 'contain prophetic videos, a moon colonised by bullies, weeping scholars,... more...
- 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...
- Carcanet Press Ltd. 2010; US$ 15.95
Packed with wry comedy, satire, and wordplay, this collection of poems celebrates life as an early 20-something. The extraordinary verve and compassion of the verse reveals the anxiety of new responsibilities and contains a vast array of imagery, including prophetic videos, a moon colonized by bullies, weeping scholars, laughing ducks, and silent... more...
- Carcanet Press Ltd. 2007; US$ 16.99
Ferociously vital, savagely humorous, and self-mocking, this poetry collection focuses on a world that is inhabited by failed and successful relationships during the dizzying crisis of early adulthood, offering insight into the pleasures and pains of growing up. more...
- Ebury Publishing 2011; US$ 14.54
Judith Wilson is Assistant Director of the Nemesis Archive, an institution devoted to chronicling the history of masochistic female desire. When she is contacted by one Zadia Marlove, who offers up the story of her great aunt's life of bygone bondage and discipline, she begins an investigation that is as painfully arousing as it is mysterious. more...