The Thirteenth Apostle

    By Michel Benoît

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    When his friend Andrei is mysteriously killed on a train on his way back from Rome, Father Nil, a Benedictine who teaches the Gospel of St John to novices, decides to conduct his own investigation. The dead priest possessed proof of the existence of a thirteenth apostle and an epistle stating that J…

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    Lila

    By Robert M. Pirsig

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    Phaedrus – a character familiar to readers of ‘Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance’ – is sailing down the Hudson River when he meets Lila Blewitt, an unapologetically sexual, psychologically unstable woman whom a mutual friend warns him against. But Phaedrus is drawn to her physically, and int…

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    Spinners

    By Anthony McCarten

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    Teenage meat-packer Delia Chapman’s claim that she has encountered a group of aliens is at first considered temporary insanity because of the stresses of her job. For how else can her story, which gains her instand tabloid fame and the envy of her catty friends, be explained? Things get stranger whe…

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    Good To Be God

    By Tibor Fischer

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    Using a friend’s credit card and identity, Tyndale Corbett arrives in Miami to discover the joys of luxury hotels and above all the delight of being someone else, someone successful. Feeling his previous failure might be due to insufficient ambition, Tyndale decides on a new money-making scheme. He…

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    White Man Falling

    By Mike Stocks

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    Police Sub-Inspector (retired) R.M. Swaminathan has suffered a stroke while beating up a Very Guilty Suspect in the lock-up of Mullaipuram Police Station. He can no longer talk properly, command the respect of his community, or give his six daughters the bankrupting dowries they deserve. Is it any w…

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    The Skinning Tree

    By Srikumar Sen

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    Set against the Japanese advance on India during the Second World War, 'The Skinning Tree' centres on the nine-year-old Sabby, who lives in a Calcutta family where sophisticated British habits such as bridge and dinner parties co-exist with Indian values and nationalism. When he is sent to…

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    Bestseller

    By Alessandro Gallenzi

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    Jim Talbot, a writer with a dozen unpublished novels under his belt, has been roundly rejected by every agent and publisher in the land, and is willing to go to extreme lengths to make his dream of literary stardom come true. Charles Randall, the eccentric founder and managing director of Tetragon P…

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    Bestseller – Signed by the Author

    By Alessandro Gallenzi

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    Jim Talbot, a writer with a dozen unpublished novels under his belt, has been roundly rejected by every agent and publisher in the land, and is willing to go to extreme lengths to make his dream of literary stardom come true. Charles Randall, the eccentric founder and managing director of Tetragon P…

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    The Water Theatre

    By Lindsay Clarke

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    As war-reporter Martin Crowther arrives in Umbria, still raw from a recent assignment in Africa, and from a failing love affair back home, a storm hits and the sky opens. Things are powerfully on the move inside him too as he comes to the small village of Fontanalba, on a mission to track down two f…

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    Two Cows and a Vanful of Smoke

    By Peter Benson

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    When young Elliot gets a labourer’s job at Mr Evans’s after being sacked from a pig farm for liberating six of its sows, he thinks he’ll have even more opportunities to lean on gates or stare at fields. But his best mate Spike keeps getting him into trouble, first by showing him what is being grown…

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    The Restaurant of Love Regained

    By Ito Ogawa

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    Returning home from work, Rinko is shocked to find that her flat is totally empty. Gone are her TV set, fridge and furniture, gone are all her kitchen tools, including the hundred-year-old pestle and mortar she has inherited from her grandmother and the Le Creuset casserole she has bought with her f…

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    Blooms of Darkness

    By Aharon Appelfeld

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    The ghetto in which the Jews have been confined is being liquidated by the Nazis, and eleven-year-old Hugo is brought by his mother to the local brothel, where one of the prostitutes has agreed to hide him. Mariana is bitterly unhappy and hates what she has done to her life, and night after night Hu…

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