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  • Go Tell it on the Mountain by James Baldwin
    Go Tell it on the Mountain (English, Paperback)

    Presents a semi-autobiographical exploration of the troubled life of the Grimes family in Harlem during the Depression.

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  • The Illuminations by Andrew O'Hagan
    The Illuminations (English, Paperback)

    Only when Luke returns home to Scotland does Anne's secret story begin to emerge, along with his, and they set out for an old guest house in Blackpool where she once kept a room.

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  • Secret Life by Andrew O'Hagan
    Secret Life (English, Paperback)

    Award-winning essayist and novelist Andrew O'Hagan presents a trio of reports exploring the idea of identity on the Internet?true, false, and in between?where your virtual self takes on a life of its own outside of reality....

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  • The Life and Opinions of Maf the Dog, and of his friend Marilyn Monroe by Andrew O'Hagan
    The Life and Opinions of Maf the Dog, and of his friend Marilyn Monroe (Paperback)

    An utterly unique take on the most extraordinary period of the twentieth century, from one of Britain's most exciting literary writers. In November 1960, Frank Sinatra gave Marilyn Monroe a dog.

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  • Be Near Me by Andrew O'Hagan
    Be Near Me (English, Paperback)

    Longlisted for the Booker Prize, Be Near Me is a brilliantly moving story of art and politics, love and change, and the way we live now. When an English priest takes over a small Scottish parish, not everyone is ready to accept him. Meanwhile a religious war is unfolding on his doorstep .

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  • The Atlantic Ocean by Andrew O'Hagan
    The Atlantic Ocean (Hardback)

    As he grew up, Andrew O'Hagan witnessed the decline of Britain and the rise of America, the end of British industry and the rise of Blair and the tabloids.

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  • The Illuminations by Andrew O'Hagan
    The Illuminations (Hardback)

    As heard on BBC Radio 4 - the acclaimed new novel from Man Booker Prize-nominated author Andrew O'Hagan.How much do we keep from the people we love?

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  • The Missing by Andrew O'Hagan
    The Missing (English, Paperback)

    Clears a devastating path from the bygone Glasgow of the 1970s to the grim secrets of Gloucester in the mid 1990s.

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  • Leuchten über Blackpool by Andrew O'Hagan
    Leuchten über Blackpool (German, Hardback) $25.07
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  • If The Spirit Moves You by Justine Picardie
    If The Spirit Moves You (English, Paperback)

    A poignant and uplifting memoir of life and love after death

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  • The Illuminations by Andrew O'Hagan
    The Illuminations (English, Paperback)

    Only when Luke returns home to Scotland does Anne's secret story begin to emerge, along with his, and they set out for an old guest house in Blackpool where she once kept a room.

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  • The Atlantic Ocean by Andrew O'Hagan
    The Atlantic Ocean (English, Paperback)

    A stunning collection of reportage from an acclaimed journalist and novelist hailed by the New York Times as 'the best essayist of his generation'. As he grew up, Andrew O'Hagan witnessed the decline of Britain and the rise of America, the end of British industry and the rise of Blair and the tabloids.

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  • Be Near Me by Andrew O'Hagan
    Be Near Me (Hardback)

    He finds 1960s Oxford in the heat of student revolt and recalls a choice he once made in the orange groves of Rome.Be Near Me is a story of art and politics, love and change, and a book about the way we live now.

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  • Our Fathers by Andrew O'Hagan
    Our Fathers (English, Paperback)

    Shortlisted for the Booker Prize, Our Fathers is a powerful reclamation of the past from one of Britain's most accomplished literary novelists. Hugh Bawn, modern Scottish hero and legendary social reformer, lies dying in one of the high-rise tower blocks he helped establish.

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