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A dark and witty work of hardboiled detective fiction set in the mean
streets of New York, Chester..
After fighting for their country and their lives at Waterloo in 1815,
Sergeant Major Daniel Sibson..
Born in the Dublin slums of 1901, his father a one-legged whorehouse
bouncer and settler of scores..
A modern classic, this epic tale of families, romance and political
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A Tale of Two Cities (1859), Dickens' greatest historical novel, traces
the private lives of a gro..
Shortlisted for the Women's Prize for Fiction 2020 One of the Guardian's
and TLS's 'Best Books of..
Against the odds, former steel worker Harry Perkins has led the Labour
party to a stunning victory..
In the heart of London's Bloomsbury, Gwendolen - not yet truly famous as
the writer 'Jean Rhys' - ..
London, 1958. In the smoky jazz clubs of Soho and the coffee bars of
Notting Hill the young and th..
The story opens in the late summer of 1955. Nineteen-year-old Harry Preston, having been granted an ..
Brendan Behan's genius was to strike a chord between critic and common
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A poignant, compassionate glimpse into the life of a child caught in a country at war with itselfAlb..
The fields were eternal, our life the only way of things, and I would
do whatever was required of ..
Where can you find truth in a world that is so thoroughly ruled by lies?
That is the question tack..
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