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Sharon And My Mother-In-Law: Ramallah Diaries

Amiry, Suad
Suad Amiry has lived on the West Bank since the early eighties - this is her wonderful and blackly funny account of the absurdity (and agony) of life in the Occupied Territories.

A Passage North

Arudpragasam, Anuk
From a prize winning Sri Lankan author, a story of age and youth, loss and survival that builds into a magisterial reckoning with mortality.

Gay Bar: Why We Went Out

Atherton Lin, Jeremy
An exhilarating and frequently horny bar hop spanning three cities and three decades, which asks: where shall we go tonight?

The Godless Gospel: Was Jesus A Great Moral Teacher?

Baggini, Julian
Do Jesus's teachings add up to a coherent moral system, still relevant today? From the Sunday Times bestselling author of How the World Thinks.

How the World Thinks: A Global History of Philosophy

Baggini, Julian
The first ever global overview of philosophy: how it developed around the world and impacted the cultures in which it flourished, now in paperback.

Such Small Hands

Barba, Andres
A dark uncanny jolt of literary perfection.

The Manningtree Witches

Blakemore, A. K.
A visceral, thrilling debut that reimagines the history of the Witchfinder General in 17th century England.

In Love: A Memoir of Love and Loss

Bloom, Amy
An astonishing and brave memoir of life, love, and assisted death, from the author of White Houses.

Granta 18

Boyd, William

Hello, Stranger: How We Find Connection in a Disconnected World

Buckingham, Will
A powerful antidote to our atomised lives, Hello, Stranger delves into humanity's rich history of welcoming (and worrying about) strangers, to show us how being more open might end the loneliness epidemic, solve the migrant crisis and change the world.

Granta 47

This collection of writing includes pieces by Martin Amis, Neil Steinberg, Julian Barnes and Eugene Richards.

Island Song

Bunting, Madeleine (Y)
Written with emotional acuity and passionate intensity, Island Song speaks of the moral complexities living with the enemy and the messy reality of human relationships in a tightly knit community. As Roz discovers, truth is hard to pin down, and so are the rights and wrongs of those struggling to survive in the most difficult of circumstances.