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  • The End
    The End (Paperback) Ashley Stokes

    THE END: FIFTEEN ENDINGS TO FIFTEEN PAINTINGS is a collection of short fiction inspired by the artwork of Nicolas Ruston.

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  • Words and Women: Three: Three
    Words and Women: Three: Three (Paperback) Lynne Bryan

    Words And Women: Three is the third showcase collection of short prose by women writers in the East of England. The memoir, fiction, and creative non-fiction inside reflect the brilliance, boldness and depth of women's contemporary writing in the region.

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  • Some of Us Glow More Than Others
    Some of Us Glow More Than Others (Paperback) Tania Hershman

    Stories by Tania Hershman

    $13.26
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  • The Glass Mother
    The Glass Mother (Paperback) Rosie Jackson

    Memoir of literary life at famous University of East Anglia, estrangement from son, and personal search for meaning leading to Indian spiritual master Meher Baba.

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  • Killing Daniel
    Killing Daniel (English, Paperback) Sarah Dobbs

    In Manchester Fleur is drifting through life haunted by her murdered boyfriend Daniel. In Japan Chinatsu is trying to escape a passionless marriage to Yugi Hamogoshi, a man with a secret who won't let her go. Fleur and Chinatsu used to be schoolfriends. Fleur and Chinatsu had a bond. Fleur and Chinatsu had dreams. This is the story of what happens before they can be together again. A...

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  • Meridian
    Meridian (Hardback) David Rose

    In a truly post-post-modern tour de force of literary fiction, MERIDIAN reveals the inner monologue of a successful contemporary architect. Following threads, and elaborating on snapshots of the world he sees around him, it builds into a discourse on modern life, a distillation of the demotic and the demonic.

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  • Unthology 7
    Unthology 7 (Paperback) Ashley Stokes

    UNTHOLOGY 7 showcases the finest short fiction from new and established writers.

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  • Words and Women: Four
    Words and Women: Four (Paperback) Lynne Bryan

    Words And Women: Four is the latest showcase collection of short prose by women writers from the East of England. The memoir, fiction, and creative non-fiction included reflects the brilliance, boldness and depth of women's contemporary writing.

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  • Unthology 9
    Unthology 9 (Paperback) Ashley Stokes

    EXTRAORDINARY FICTION FROM NEW AND ESTABLISHED AUTHORS

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  • A Book of Fragments and Dreams
    A Book of Fragments and Dreams (Paperback) Rebecca McManus

    A collection of poetry by Rebecca McManus

    $16.65

    5 stars

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  • Unthology: No. 1
    Unthology: No. 1 (English, Paperback) Robin Jones

    Containing 17 pieces by new and established authors, this hard-hitting, hilarious, and entertaining collection showcases unconventional, unpredictable, and experimental stories.

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  • Unthology 5: 5
    Unthology 5: 5 (Paperback) Ashley Stokes

    Unthology 5 is the latest in Unthank Books' celebrated series showcasing the finest short fiction from new and established writers.

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  • Unthology 6
    Unthology 6 (Paperback) Ashley Stokes

    UNTHOLOGY 6 is the latest in Unthank Books' series showcasing the finest short fiction from new and established writers.

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  • The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Completed by David Madden)
    The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Completed by David Madden) (English, Paperback) Charles Dickens, David Madden

    In 2012, Unthank Books published David Madden's masterful suggested ending of Dicken's unfinished last novel. Since then readers all over the world have been discovering what might have happened to poor Edwin. Was his uncle Jasper responsible? Was the necktie or Rosa's ring the chief clue? Was mesmerism really involved?

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  • Words and Women One: One
    Words and Women One: One (Paperback) Lynne Bryan

    Words And Women One, edited by Lynne Bryan and Belona Greenwood, is the inaugural showcase collection of short prose by women writers in the East of England. The memoir, fiction and creative non-fiction inside reflects the brilliance and boldness of women's contemporary writing in the regions.

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  • King of the Jungle
    King of the Jungle (English, Paperback) K. S. Silkwood

    KIng of the Jungle by KS Silkwood is a novel that painfully and hilariously skewers the British art world of the last 20 years.

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  • Red Room
    Red Room (English, Paperback) AJ Ashworth

    Short fiction by twelve of Britain's most celebrated writers that interact, respond and play with the legacy of the Bronte Sisters.

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  • Gull Stones and Cuckoos
    Gull Stones and Cuckoos (Paperback) Lynne Bryan

    Gull Stones and Cuckoos is a clear-eyed, passionate and honest book of life-writing about contemporary country living in Norfolk.

    $18.90

    4 stars

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  • Unthology: No. 3
    Unthology: No. 3 (English, Paperback) Robin Jones

    UNTHOLOGY NO.3 is the third in Unthank Books' series showcasing the finest short fiction from new and established writers. Like its predecessors, UNTHOLOGY No.3 lets the classic short story jostle for elbowroom with the formally unusual and the novelette. Its eighteen stories describe sticky predicaments, testing choices and reluctant confessions: a publisher surveys the changing literary scene as...

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  • Writers in Conversation: v. 3
    Writers in Conversation: v. 3 (English, Paperback) Christopher Bigsby

    WRITERS IN CONVERSATION compiles Christopher Bigsby's interviews with the world's greatest writers from a decade of the Arthur Miller Centre's International Literary Festival at the University of East Anglia. These often candid, in-depth, witty and illuminating exchanges shine a light on the craft and profession of the working writer today. Volume 3 features interviews with Martin Amis, Alan...

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