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A Bad Business: Essential Stories

Slater Pasternak, Nicolas

A Man Named Doll

Ames, Jonathan
An offbeat, blackly comic thriller from the author of You Were Never Really Here.

A Nail, A Rose

Bourdouxhe, Madeleine
These are stories of longing and dissatisfaction, of daily life ruptured by strange currents of feeling. A woman, wandering alone and heartbroken, is first attacked and then romantically pursued by a stranger. A maid wears her mistress's expensive coat to meet her lover, but finds herself more preoccupied by fantasies of intimacy with 'Madame'. A woman gives birth on the day foreign troops invade the city, and must flee with her newborn on the back of a truck.

A Short Life of Pushkin

Chandler, Robert
A short yet fascinating account of Russia's most celebrated writer.

A Sorrow Beyond Dreams

Manheim, Ralph (Translator)
A beautiful, heart-wrenching attempt to come to terms with a mother's suicide by one of Austria's greatest living writers.

All You Can Ever Know: A memoir of adoption

Chung, Nicole (Author)
A warm, candid memoir about interracial adoption, and the author's hunt for her story of origin.

American Midnight: Tales of the Dark

Authors, Various
A collection of chilling tales from the dark heart of American literature The stories in this collection have been selected and introduced by Laird Hunt, an author of seven acclaimed novels which explore the shadowy corners of American history.

At Night All Blood is Black

Diop, David
The prize-winning story of a Senegalese soldier in the trenches, told in hypnotic, powerful prose.

At Night All Blood is Black

Diop, David
A Times historical fiction book of the year, new in paperback - the prize-winning story of a Senegalese soldier in the trenches, told in hypnotic, powerful prose.

Darkness For Light

Viskic, Emma

Dinner Party : A Tragedy

Gilmartin, Sarah
Set between the 1990s and the present day, from a farmhouse in Carlow to Trinity College, Dublin, Dinner Party is a dark, sharply observed debut that thrillingly unravels into family secrets and tragedy. As the past catches up with the present, Kate learns why, despite everything, we can't help returning home.

Dinner Party: A Tragedy

Gilmartin, Sarah