Vauxhall

Gabriel Gbadamosi

April 2013 | £12.99 | $15.95 | 324pp

1970s London: Young Michael runs past the railway arches and terraces of Vauxhall. Reaching the street on which he lives, he witnesses a young girl fall from a window, her sari floating down behind her. Her lifeless body […]

The Geneva Option

Adam LeBor

March 2013 | £7.99 | 368pp

Yael Azoulay does the United Nations’ dirty work. From the caves of Afghanistan and the slums of Baghdad to the world’s corporate boardrooms, Yael’s job is to broker the secret deals that oil the wheels of superpower diplomacy […]

Soufflé

Aslı Perker

March 2013 | £8.99 | $14.95 | 369pp

Lilia wakes up one morning to discover that her marriage is not what it seemed. Marc cannot face his empty apartment after the loss of his beloved. Ferda struggles with the demands of family life, but all she […]

The Sultan of Byzantium

Selçuk Altun

October 2012 | £8.99 | $14.95 | 288pp

Fighting the Ottoman invaders in Constantinople in 1453, Emperor Constantine XI was killed, his body never found. Legend has it that he escaped in a Genoese ship, cheating certain death at the hands of the Turks and earning […]

The Whispering Muse

Sjón

May 2012 | £7.99 | $13.95 | 144pp

The year is 1949 and Valdimar Haraldsson, an eccentric Icelander with elevated ideas about the influence of fish consumption on Nordic civilisation, has had the singular good fortune to be invited to join a Danish merchant ship on […]

Sabra Zoo

Mischa Hiller

August 2011 | £7.99 | $13.95 | 240pp

WINNER OF THE 2011 COMMONWEALTH WRITER’S PRIZE FOR BEST FIRST BOOK Summer 1982: Beirut is under siege. Eighteen-year-old Ivan’s parents have just been evacuated from the city with other members of the Palestine Liberation Organisation. Ivan stays on, […]

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