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The Last Time We Met

WOMEN’S FICTION | ROMANCE For fans of Dorothy Koomson, Julie Cohen, Adele Parks, Liane Moriarty, Amanda Prowse, Harriet Evans The Last Time We Met explores the power of first love, the complexities of the human heart, and the possibility of second chances. Three years after seeing her first love, Patrick, quite by chance in London, […]

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Jimmy James Blood

LITERARY FICTION | DEBUT NOVEL Jimmy James Blood is, in a word, totally authentic.. . the language is jaw-droppingly lyrical and gritty at the same time . . . the characters completely un-romanticized, but genuinely loved by their creator. And while the elevator pitch is not going to knock anybody’s socks off: it’s about a […]

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Prince of Monkeys

LITERARY FICTION A provocative debut novel by a brilliant young Nigerian writer, tackling politics, class, and power as a group of friends come of age in Lagos. Growing up in middle-class Lagos, Nigeria during the late 1980s and early 1990s, Ihechi forms a band of close friends in his neighborhood. They discover Lagos together as […]

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King of Joy

LITERARY FICTION “This novel is transfixing: an imaginative meditation on emotional survival, isolation, and the beauty and limitations of human connection. I love Chiem’s writing.” ―Melissa Broder, author of The Pisces “What a funny, fresh, bittersweet masterpiece―there is no one else in the world writing like Richard Chiem. From the sentence-level wizardry to the racing […]

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As a Dog Thinketh: Daily Words of Wisdom for Dog People

ANIMALS “Excellent book . . . Chock-full of clever daily philosophies, Anstee’s no-nonsense approach and great sense of humour are what’s been missing from many training guides. Her advice is honest and refreshing, and after working 25 years in the dog training business, her wisdom is completely sound, offering a wonderful perspective on how to […]

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Sludge Utopia

“Few recent novels have absorbed me so completely, and filled me with this kind of plain admiration: here is a fresh mind, a captivating voice, and analytical acuity. It leaves me feeling as though I had discovered a female, 21st century Henry Miller (if Henry Miller had been even smarter!) for all its unfiltered engagement […]

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The Woman in the White Kimono

HISTORICAL FICTION  Oceans and decades apart, two women are inextricably bound by the secrets between them.  Japan, 1957. Seventeen-year-old Naoko Nakamura’s prearranged marriage to the son of her father’s business associate secures her family’s status in their traditional Japanese community, but Naoko has fallen for another man. An American sailor, a gaijin—and to marry him […]

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Murder at the Book Club

A deliciously Agatha Christie-style mystery that sucks you in from the first page. — Sibel Hodge, bestselling author of ‘Look Behind You’ A good old Whodunnit from Ms Reavley that will keep readers guessing till the very end! — J.A. Baker, bestselling author of ‘The Other Mother’ A deliciously devilish whodunit! — Robert Bryndza, bestselling author of the Detective Erika Foster […]

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Daredevil Dads

ACTION & ADVENTURE Daredevil Dads chronicles the lives of a group of men who do some of the most dangerous jobs on (and off) the planet – and in some instances even below the earth’s surface. Every day they walk out the door, they know it might be their last as they push themselves to […]

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All the Time in the World (Todo o tempo do mundo)

FICTION | ROMANCE “Is traveling in time just a trick, an illusion of the highest order, so incredible and yet so true? If Gomyde’s previous books were golden, get ready for ‘All the Time in the World’” — James McSill, Story Consultant (McSill Story Studio – York, UK) “Maurício Gomyde is an author you want to […]

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