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The Awkward Black Man - Short Stories

Mosley, Walter
Bestselling author Walter Mosley has proven himself a master of narrative tension, both with his extraordinary fiction and gripping writing for television. The Awkward Black Man collects seventeen of Mosley's most accomplished short stories to showcase the full range of his remarkable talent.

Hell of a Book - Winner The American National Book Award for Fiction

Mott, Jason
Meet . . . wait, we don't actually know his name.

Let's Talk : How to Have Better Conversations

Nihal, Arthanayake
Where do you start a conversation with people who have tried to kill your family? How can a hostage negotiator teach us to get someone on side in less than a minute? Can a Muslim woman who sat down with neo-Nazis teach us to be better listeners?

Tell Me How to Be

Patel, Neel
'A love letter to R&B, youth, and the unforgettable agonies of one's first love...I will read everything Patel writes from here on.' Susie Yang, New York Times bestselling author of White Ivy

Victoria Wood : Unseen on TV

Rees, Jasper, Ed.
In the five years since Victoria Wood's death, one great sadness has been the realisation that we'll never again be surprised by new material from her. But now, as part of the research for the Sunday Times bestselling and critically acclaimed biography Let's Do It, her official biographer, Jasper Rees uncovered a treasure chest of unseen work. From her first piece of comic prose written for her school magazine through to material written for the great TV specials of her maturity and beyond, the store of her writing is full of secret gems that span nearly half a century.

Blood Sugar

Rothchild, Sascha
From the Emmy nominated Executive Producer of The Bold Type, this darkly funny and compulsively page-turning novel is perfect for fans of Caroline Kepnes' You and Oyinkan Braithwaite's My Sister the Serial Killer.

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