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Big Boys' Rules: The SAS and the Secret Struggle Against the IRA

Urban, Mark
The SAS describes its attitude to the use of lethal force as 'Big boys' games, big boys' rules'.

The Madonna of The Mountains EXPORT


The Neighborhood

Vargas Llosa, Mario
When a high-profile businessman is blackmailed by a notorious magazine editor, his comfortable life is threatened by the salacious expose. Then the editor is found murdered, and the two couples have no choice but to descend into the murkiest depths of Peruvian society, while the magazine's staff embarks on its greatest revelation yet .

The Dream of the Celt

Vargas Llosa, Mario
It is the summer of 1916 and Roger Casement awaits the hangman in London's Pentonville Prison. Dublin lies in ruins after the disastrous Easter Rising led by his comrades of the Irish Volunteers. He has been caught after landing from a German submarine.

Notes on the Death of Culture: Essays on Spectacle and Society

Vargas Llosa, Mario
'The most approachable and exhilarating Latin American writer of our times.' Robert McCrum, Observer In the past, culture was a kind of vital consciousness that constantly rejuvenated and revivified everyday reality.

The Faber Book of Bedtime Stories: A comforting story tonight for a happy day tomorrow

A cosy story tonight, for a happy day tomorrow - a brand-new story collection for today's child by the very best of Faber talent, illustrated throughout by the one and only Sarah McIntyre.

Being Various: New Irish Short Stories

Following her own brilliant short story collection Multitudes, Lucy Caldwell guest edits the sixth volume of Faber's long running series of new Irish short stories, continuing the great work started by the late David Marcus and subsequent guest editors Kevin Barry, Deirdre Madden and Joseph O'Connor.

The Other Half : You Know How They Live. This Is How They Die.

Vassell, Charlotte
The night before Rupert's 30th is a black tie dinner at the Kentish Town McDonald's - catered with cocaine and Veuve Clicquot. The morning after his girlfriend Clemmie is found murdered on Hampstead Heath. All the party-goers have alibis.


Venturini, Aurora
In 2007, Aurora Venturini stunned Argentine readers when her darkly funny and formally daring novel, Cousins, won a newspaper's award for a first novel. She had already written more than thirty books, but it was only at the age of eighty-five that she was widely recognised as a radical voice in Spanish-language literature.

Beyond Measure : The Hidden History of Measurement

Vincent, James
A revelatory and vibrant story of measurement which will make you look at the world around you anew.

The Night Always Comes

Vlautin, Willy
Between looking after her brother, working two low-paid jobs, and trying to take part-time college classes, Lynette is dangerously tired.

The Free

Vlautin, Willy
Severely wounded in the Iraq war, Leroy has lived a half-life in a group home for eight years. Pauline is the nurse who tends Leroy, who lives her life in an uncomplicated way, emotionally removed, until she meets a young runaway.