Short stories


    By Roald Dahl

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    There's a whole world of Dahl still to discover in a newly collected book of his deliciously dark tales for adults . . . What makes us innocent and how do we come to lose it? Featuring the autobiographical stories telling of Roald Dahl's boyhood and youth as well as...

    Some Possible Solutions

    By Helen Phillips

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    "Fascinating, unsettling and beautifully written" Emily St John Mandel"Strange and profound" New York TimesWhat if you knew the exact date of your death? What if your perfect hermaphrodite match existed on another planet? What if your city was filled with doppelgangers of you?In these remarkably inventive stories Helen Phillips' characters...

    Tsar of Love and Techno

    By Anthony Marra

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    A Granta Best Young American Novelist1930s Leningrad: a failed portrait artist employed by Soviet censors must erase political dissenters from official images and artworks.

    Sex & Death

    By Sarah Hall

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    How we come in, and how we go out, sex and death: these are the governing drives, our two greatest themes. In this collection of short stories, acclaimed writers probe the nature of, and connection between two of the most powerful, exhilarating and terrifying forces that define and shape the...

    I'm Not Like Everybody Else

    By Richard Dalgety

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    `Manchester, you are in my blood, I can never leave you.' I'm Not Like Everybody Else is a book for anyone that has felt like an outsider in the North West of England. The short stories and poems contained within focus on rebellious thoughts and actions from a cast of...

    Rotten Row

    By Petina Gappah

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    In these portraits of lives aching for meaning and redemption, Petina Gappah crosses the barriers of class, race, gender and sexual politics in contemporary Zimbabwe, to explore the causes and effects of crime and the nature of justice.

    Manek Mischiefs

    By Su Kim Lee

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    A rich, gutsy collection of short stories immersing the reader into the vivid, multi-hued world of the Peranakans. Here, the men take centre stage: masculine perspectives, voices and protagonists are put under the spotlight, even as fiery and headstrong heroines pursue their passions in the face of powerful obstacles!

    Foreign Correspondence

    By Gregory Andrusz

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    These six finely-crafted short stories address issues of identity and prejudice and of guilt and embarrassment. The stories in this collection - serious, satirical and humorous - also explore in a nuanced way the continuing role played by class and status in our everyday lives.

    Bone Field

    By Simon Kernick

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    - Love Reading`The Bone Field is one of those intriguing novels that surreptitiously gets under your skin.' - Jaffa Reads Too'An adrenaline rush of a read' - My Chestnut Reading Tree[A] heart pounding, blood pressure raising thriller ... Gird your loins for a fast paced read, full of thrills, spills...


    By Linda L. Miller

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    For the first time in over ten years comes New York Times bestselling author Linda Lael Miller's breathtaking stories filled with the promise of love.Five unforgettable tales, Together in one volume...Together...for a second chance at life and love-THAT OTHER KATHERINETogether...when misdirected desire unexpectedly leads to lasting happiness-STORE-BOUGHT mistrust turns...

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