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  • Silence (Film Tie-In)
    Silence (Film Tie-In) (Hardback) Endo Shusaku

    A special edition hardback of Shusaku Endo's classic novel set in feudal Japan. This edition is jacketed to tie-in with the release of the Martin Scorsese movie adaptation of Silence, starring Andrew Garfield and Liam Neeson, which is out in cinemas in 2017.

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  • The Living Stones
    The Living Stones (English, Paperback) Ithell Colquhoun

    The Living Stones and The Crying of the Wind make up British Surrealist Ithell Colquhoun's unique memoirs and travelogues, reprinted for the first time since 1957, now with an introduction by acclaimed comedian Stewart Lee. In The Living Stones Colquhoun takes us through Cornwall, providing a fascinating and romantic key to the county's pagan past.

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  • Ice Palace
    Ice Palace (English, Paperback) Tarjei Vesaas

    A new edition of what is commonly seen as the legendary Norwegian writer's masterpiece, this story tells the tale of Siss and Unn, two friends who have only spent one evening in each other's company. But so profound is this evening between them that when Unn inexplicably disappears, Siss's world is shattered. Siss's struggle with her fidelity to the memory of her friend and Unn's fatal exploration...

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  • Panorama
    Panorama (English, Paperback) Dusan Sarotar

    Part of the first Peter Owen World Series. Dusan Sarotar takes the reader on a deeply reflective, multi-faceted journey from northern to southern Europe, full of memorable characters and landscapes. In a manner reminiscent of W.G. Sebald, Sarotar supplements the narrative with photographs, which help blur the lines between fiction and journalism.

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  • The Man Who Planted Trees
    The Man Who Planted Trees (Paperback) Jean Giono

    Shepherd Elzard Bouffier lives alone with his sheep not far from a drought-stricken and windswept hamlet. After the death of his wife and child, he chooses to devote the rest of his life to a patient and anonymous endeavor, which ultimately adds beauty and sustenance to the human and animal communities in the mountains where he lives.

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  • The Crying of the Wind
    The Crying of the Wind (English, Paperback) Ithell Colquhoun

    The Crying of the Wind and The Living Stones make up British Surrealist Ithell Colquhoun's unique memoirs and travelogues, reprinted for the first time since 1957, now with an introduction by acclaimed comedian Stewart Lee. In The Crying of the Wind Colquhoun's travels in Ireland provide a fascinating and romantic key to the country's Celtic past.

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  • The SIMPOL Solution
    The SIMPOL Solution (English, Paperback) Nick Duffell, John Bunzl

    Ahead of the global threats and tragedies of today is a common barrier to their solution - it is the spirit that has defined the age we live in: competition. The Simultaneous Policy Solution, the 'SIMPOL Solution', shows us how through cooperation we can overcome the problems we face today and tomorrow.

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  • Ice
    Ice (English, Paperback) Anna Kavan

    In this haunting and surreal novel, the narrator and a man known as 'the warden' search for an elusive girl in a frozen, seemingly post-nuclear, apocalyptic landscape. Together with the narrator, the reader is swept into a hallucinatory quest for this strange and fragile creature with albino hair. She is, we know, Anna Kavan herself.

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  • Apothecary Melchior and the Mystery of St Olaf's Church
    Apothecary Melchior and the Mystery of St Olaf's Church (English, Paperback) Indrek Hargla

    The first in a series of books that have taken Europe by storm and are soon to be filmed, featuring a chemist-turned-sleuth who battles ignorance and superstition?as well as killers?in a beautiful setting and in a gripping and mysterious era of history...

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  • The Birds
    The Birds (English, Hardback) Tarjei Vesaas

    The Birds tells the story of Mattis, who is mentally retarded and lives in a small house near a lake with his sister Hege. From time to time she encourages her brother to find work, but when he does it only adds to their problems.

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  • Apollinaire in the Great War, 1914-18
    Apollinaire in the Great War, 1914-18 (English, Paperback) David Hunter

    A major literary figure in pre-war Paris, Guillaume Apollinaire volunteered for war in 1914, trained as an artilleryman and was posted in April 1915 to the Champagne front in northern France, participating in the bloody but little-known offensive that September and then moving into the front line as an infantry officer, before being wounded in March 1916 and invalided out of active service. Back...

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  • The Dilly
    The Dilly (English, Paperback) Jeremy Reed

    A previously undocumented slice of London's underground sexual history, and its influence upon artists from Oscar Wilde to Francis Bacon and the Stones to Morrissey...

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  • The Zapple Diaries
    The Zapple Diaries (English, Paperback) Barry Miles

    This is the first full-length illustrated look at the Zapple label?the Beatles' experimental label and the most ambitious expression of the Beatles' determination to be leading members of the counterculture movement...

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  • The Sea and Poison
    The Sea and Poison (Paperback) Shusaku Endo

    Shusaku Endo's most disquieting novel and a masterful study of individual and collective moral disintegration. Set in a Japanese hospital during the last days of the Second World War, the story centres on the medical staff who offer to assist in a series of vivisections, experimental operations on live American prisoners of war.

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  • None Like Her
    None Like Her (English, Paperback) Jela Krecic

    Part of the first Peter Owen World Series. Matias is fearful of losing his friends over an obsession with his ex-girlfriend Sara. To prove that he has moved on from her, he embarks on an odyssey of dates around the city of ljubljana. None Like Her is a literary romantic comedy in the style of David Nicholls, Nick Hornby and Karen Joy Fowler.

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  • Pantomime Book
    Pantomime Book (English, Paperback) Roy Hudd

    In this, the first ever?and still the only?published collection of pantomime sketches and gags, actor Paul Harris has gathered together a hilarious selection of theatrical material, much of which originated in Victorian times and which has been updated and refined over the past century. He introduces us to the stalwarts of just about every panto?the Dame, Comic, and Feed?and the characters...

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  • Cat Compendium
    Cat Compendium (English, Paperback) Louis Wain

    An in-depth biographical study, rare essays by and about Wain, and 60 of his best-loved illustrations make this a must-have for fans of the cult cat artist...

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  • Half a Pound of Tuppenny Rice
    Half a Pound of Tuppenny Rice (English, Paperback) David Coubrough

    Each summer a group of families would holiday together in Cornwall. St. Ives was the perfect escape, a quiet, attractive village, until one day in 1972. That was the day a hotel porter was fatally poisoned and a body washed ashore...

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  • Agatha Christie and the Eleven Missing Days
    Agatha Christie and the Eleven Missing Days (English, Paperback) Jared Cade

    Revised and expanded with a wealth of new material, this riveting study reveals why Christie staged the notorious episode of her own disappearance, and how it all went terribly wrong In December 1926 Agatha Christie became front-page news when she vanished in bizarre circumstances from her home in Berkshire, England. The crime writer was found 11 days later in a hotel in Harrogate,Yorkshire,...

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  • Apothecary Melchior and the Ghost of Rataskaevu Street
    Apothecary Melchior and the Ghost of Rataskaevu Street (English, Paperback) Indrek Hargla

    Tallinn 1419. Three locals dead within hours of each other. The denizens of medieval Tallinn blame a ghost. But apothecary Melchior Wakenstede uncovers a corporeal truth to the murders, embroiling him in a power struggle of Tallinn's religious orders, guilds and Teutonic Knights. Book two in the pan-European best-selling Apothecary Melchior series.

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