In Tangier

Mohamed Choukri

July 2010 | £9.99 | $15.95 | 320pp

To Mohamed Choukri, Tangier was the most extraordinary and mysterious city in the world. No less extraordinary was Choukri, who taught himself to read and write at the age of twenty after a childhood of poverty and petty […]

Three Sisters

Bi Feiyu

| £8.99 | 352pp

WINNER OF THE 2010 MAN ASIAN LITERARY PRIZE  Three sisters struggle to change the course of their destinies in a China that does not belong to them. Yumi uses her dignity, Yuxiu her seductive charms, and Yuyang her […]

The Waterproof Bible

Andrew Kaufman

June 2010 | £7.99 | 304pp

Rebecca has a most unusual problem: no matter how hard she tries, she can’t stop broadcasting her feelings to people around her. Luckily, she’s discovered how to trap and store her feelings in personal objects – but just […]

Eating Air

Pauline Melville

May 2010 | £7.99 | 480pp

A dancer, a revolutionary, a banker and an Islamic terrorist are fatally linked in this cautionary tale for our times. Narrated by the irreverent, nigh-club pianist Baron S., and moving between the seventies and the present day, between […]

Unwritten Secrets

Ronald Frame

April 2010 | £10.99 | 340pp

Mariel Baxter, a famous American soprano, has suddenly cancelled recitals and flown to Vienna. In the 1980s she came to the city to study the art of lieder singing with the reclusive Ursule Kroll, one of the brightest stars of […]

My Driver

Maggie Gee

March 2010 | £7.99 | $13.95 | 368pp

Vanessa Henman, a plucky but accident-prone white writer, flies out to Uganda for an African writers’ conference. She also means to visit her former cleaner, Ugandan Mary Tendo, now the successful Executive Housekeeper of Kampala’s Sheraton Hotel. But […]

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