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A heady, powerfully emotional novel that is part family saga, part love story, and part mystery.
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978-1-77089-009-1
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978-1-77089-243-9
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A new life awaits and love is in the air in this novel about the 1953 continental air race from London to Christchurch: the bride flight.
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978-1-84627-173-1
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Caesarion

By author: Tommy Wieringa   Translated by: Sam Garrett
Caesarion is a novel that asks how anyone can ever know for sure how to be the right parent for their child, and how any child can know how to let themselves be parented.
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978-1-84627-253-0
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Carnival

By author: Rawi Hage
"A major literary talent." — IMPAC Dublin Literary Award Jury Citation
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978-0-88784-235-1
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CAD $29.95
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978-1-77089-226-2
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Caught

By author: Lisa Moore
"In the creation of David Slaney, Lisa Moore brings us an unforgettable character, embodying the exuberance and energy of misspent youth. Caught is a propulsive and harrowing read."
- Patrick deWitt, author of The Sisters Brothers
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978-0-88784-245-0
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978-1-77089-239-2
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978-1-77089-453-2
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Chattering

Stories
By author: Louise Stern
"Louise Stern writes stories about young men and women on the edge, stories that stay in your head long after you have finished reading them . . . Chattering is utterly compelling." -- Observer
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978-1-84708-177-3
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CAD $18.95
A novel of unblinking honesty which illuminates the surprisingly thin line that separates aggression from tenderness, and that gives us a picture of a Britain that is strange and yet utterly convincing.
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978-1-84708-242-8
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As though reflecting the new Eastern European reality in many pieces of a broken mirror, this new collection of tales masterfully encapsulates the zeitgeist of a post-Communist society in all its weirdness and wonder.
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978-1-84627-240-0
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"Théodora Armstrong's stories are brash and brainy." - Mark Anthony Jarman
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978-1-77089-102-9
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CAD $22.95
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978-1-77089-240-8
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Cockroach

By author: Rawi Hage
IMPAC Award-winner Rawi Hage's second novel combines an uncompromising vision of humanity with razor-sharp portraits of society's outsiders, and a startling, poetic sensibility with bracing jolts of dark humour.
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978-0-88784-834-6
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CAD $18.95
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978-0-88784-850-6
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