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A Man Named Doll

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

Grown Ups

Aubert, Marie
New in paperback, a whip-smart novel about modern motherhood and sibling rivalry, from one of Norway's rising stars.

Nineteen Claws and a Black Bird

Bazterrica, Agustina
In these tense, macabre stories, bodies fall from the sky, perfect nails conceal grisly secrets and violence pulses behind gleaming facades.

Lucky Breaks

Belorusets, Yevgenia
Captivating, innovative Ukrainian fiction about displaced women living in the shadow of the war with Russia.

Hotel Splendide

Bemelmans, Ludwig
'The adventures of the original bad boy of the New York restaurant/hotel underbelly continue. Whether writing about the backstairs misadventures of cooks and waiters or travel to faraway lands, Bemelmans is always funny, insightful and dead on target. No one has ever surpassed the master' - Anthony Bourdain

The Others

Blau, Sarah
The timely and controversial Israeli bestseller about four women and their fatal promise not to have children.

The Passenger - Translated by Philip Boehm

Boehm, Philip
The devastating rediscovered classic written from the horrors of Nazi Germany, as one Jewish man attempts to flee persecution in the wake of Kristallnacht.

The Passenger - Translated by Philip Boehm

Boschwitz, Ulrich Alexander

The Passenger

Boschwitz, Ulrich Alexander

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.

National Dish : Around the World in Search of Food, History and the Meaning of Home

Bremzen, Anya von
An entertaining and stylish exploration of food and national identity, from an award-winning food writer

The Eighth Girl

Chung, Maxine Mei-Fung
One woman, many personas. But which one is telling the truth?