Virginia Woolf in Manhattan

Maggie Gee

June 2015 | £7.99 | 479pp

NOMINATED FOR THE 2015 FOLIO PRIZE Bestselling author Angela Lamb is going through a mid-life crisis. She dumps her irrepressible daughter Gerda at boarding school and flies to New York to pursue her passion for Woolf, whose manuscripts […]

Syria Speaks

Edited by Malu Halasa, Zaher Omareen and Nawara Mahfoud

June 2014 | £14.99 | 328pp

In Syria, culture has become a critical line of defence against tyranny. Syria Speaks is a celebration of a people determined to reclaim their dignity, freedom and self-expression. It showcases the work of over fifty artists and writers […]

While the Shark is Sleeping

Milena Agus

February 2014 | £7.99 | $12.95 | 160pp

The Sevilla Mendoza family, long-time residents of the Sardinian coast, are not quite what you’d call ‘conventional’. At the heart of the family is a young teenage girl in the throes of a dangerous affair with a married […]

The Lady from Tel Aviv

Rabai al-Madhoun

July 2013 | £8.99 | $14.95 | 288pp

Wail Dahman is going home. Returning to Gaza after nearly four decades in exile, he looks forward to embracing his mother and reconnecting with the people and place he once left behind. Boarding the flight from London, Wald’s […]

No Sex in the City

Randa Abdel-Fattah

July 2013 | £7.99 | 384pp

It is a truth universally acknowledged . . . Esma is a modern Muslim woman with an age-old dilemma. She is well-educated, well-travelled and has excellent taste in music, but the hunt for Mr Right leads her to […]

Grace

Maggie Gee

May 2013 | £ | 272pp

Paula is a victim of mysterious harassment. She lives near the railway line that carries nuclear waste through the heart of London and feels curiously, constantly unwell. Grace, her remarkable eighty-five-year-old aunt, deplores the evils of the modern […]

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