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James Hamilton-Paterson's much-loved award-winning debut novel at last back in print, based on the life of Elgar.
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A novel illuminating the most life-altering experience of any woman's life: pregnancy, labour and giving birth.
Yoko Tawada, translated by Susan Bernofsky
A story of three polar bears: a memoirist who flees the Soviet Union; a dancer in an East Berlin circus; and Knut, a baby bear born in Berlin Zoo at the beginning of the 21st Century.
A rich and involving big-canvas story about three generations of one family as they move between Russia and the US, between Stalin's era and the modern day.
Heinz Helle, translated by Kari Driscoll
What becomes of man when all he has left is survival?
Carl Frode Tiller, translated by Barbara J. Haveland
One of the great contemporary portraits of Nordic Life.
This year's Big American Novel is a high-concept epic that races through one family's experience of the twentieth century.
Bandi, translated by Deborah Smith
Format: Hard Cover
A remarkable literary discovery and a searing indictment of political repression.
Nan Shepherd, introduction by Amy Liptrot
Nan Shepherd's greatest novel; a masterpiece of Scottish modernism. 'A blazingly brilliant writer' - Robert Macfarlane
Steve Sem-Sandberg, translated by Anna Paterson
Steve Sem-Sandberg, author of the award-winning The Emperor of Lies, explores an intolerable chapter in Austria's past.