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A Long Hot Unholy SummerA Long Hot Unholy Summer
Teresa Waugh
Isabelle, a young girl on holiday with her family in France, disappears with a man she meets online - unaware of his troubled past and twisted sexual nature. Not knowing what's become of her, we follow Etienne as he drives frantically across the...
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A Retired GentlemanA Retired Gentleman
And Other Stories
Issa J. Boulatta
Issa J Boullata’s characters are emigrants to Canada and the USA from Arab countries, living with pasts that cannot be relived, with exile and loss.

How do you settle into a new life? What happens to all your old relations? How do yo...
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A Woman's StoryA Woman's Story
Annie Ernaux
On her mother's death, Annie Ernaux travels back in time to reunite Mother and Daughter, writing both movingly and quixotically "to capture the real woman, the one who existed independently from me, born on the outskirts of a small Normandy...
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Abductor, TheAbductor, The
Leila Marouane
Mrs. Nayla Zeitoun has just been informed by her son Omar that she has become a grandmother for the first time. In the ensuing excitement, he mentions the baby's weight whereupon Mrs. Zeitoun flies out of the house with a handful of salt to dispe...
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All That's Left to YouAll That's Left to You
A novella and other stories
Ghassan Kanafani; translated by May Jayyusi and Jeremy Reed; introduction by Roger Allen
It should come as no surprise to learn that Palestinian writers themselves have been in the forefront of those who have addressed themselves to the tragedy of their own people, and in a variety of genres and styles… While all these writers dis...
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Always Coca-ColaAlways Coca-Cola
Alexandra Chreiteh; translated from the Arabic by Michelle Hartman

The story of three different young women marks the literary debut of an amazing writer from Lebanon

Always Coca-Cola is the story of three very different young women attending university in Beirut: Abeer, Jana, and Yasmine...
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Another Sea, Another ShoreAnother Sea, Another Shore
Stories of Iranian Migration
Shouleh Vatanabadi and Mohammad Mehdi Khorrami
In today’s world, with its often fluid national borders, many outstanding literary works have given voice to the life experience of immigrants, whose very being challenges traditional notions of national identity and culture. The recent immigra...
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Arabian TalesArabian Tales
Khalid Kishtainy

Those who know already the wit and wisdom of Khalid Kishtainy and who have read his syndicated newspaper columns for many years will be delighted by this collection of short stories; some sad, some erotic, but all imbued with sympathy for the dile...
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As Good as It GetsAs Good as It Gets
Simon Nolan
Steve, Ward, Kelvin and Marina share an apartment in Brighton, they are all flat broke and in no hurry to make any decisions about their lives. One day Ben, a seedy friend of Steve, shows up and asks to be able to hang out for a while, he hides his b...
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Ascendant, TheAscendant, The
Alethea Crowe
According to Homer's Odyssey, the daughters of Pandareus, though innocents both nurtured and favored by goddesses, were ordained by Zeus to be tormented by the hateful Furies. No hero is sent to save them. No mutiny, no uproar, not a single prote...
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At the Wall of the AlmightyAt the Wall of the Almighty
Farnoosh Moshiri
"I know that I'm in the hallways of El-Deen, the central prison of the Holy Republic, and I know that this guard is taking me from my solitary confinement — the Black Box — to cell number four, cell of the Unbreakables. But this...
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B as in BeirutB as in Beirut
Iman Humaydan Younes; translated by Max Weiss
ForeWord Magazine's Book of the Year Award -Gold 2008, Translation Fiction

The four interlocking narratives that make up this extraordinary novel belong to four women who live in the same apartment building in Beirut dur...
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Bahamian AnthologyBahamian Anthology
College of the Bahamas
Bahamian Anthology is a collection of short stories, poems and sketches depicting the vivid color and special flavor of the local landscape, people, life, styles, customs and folklore in all their diversity.

It is a fascinating p...
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Balcony over the Fakihani, ABalcony over the Fakihani, A
Liyana Badr; translated by Peter Clark with Christopher Tingley
The title story of Liyana Badr’s remarkable collection of three short novellas interweaves the narratives of three Palestinians, two women and one man, relating their successive uprootings: from Palestine in 1948, from Jordan during Black Septe...
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Bigot HallBigot Hall
Steve Aylett
Welcome to Bigot Hall, the nightmare family home most people would want to forget, but which Steve Aylett chooses to celebrate. Uncle Burst believes his face is made of pasta; the violent, grill-mouthed Uncle Snapper is confined to a tree house; Uncl...
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(new ed. 2007)
H.A.L. Craig
Famed for his beautiful voice, Bilal is known as the first muezzin in Islam. He hears the Prophet begin his teaching and when told to beat a fellow slave for repeating Mohammad's assertion that slaves are the equal of their masters, he refus...
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Bleeding of the Stone, TheBleeding of the Stone, The
Ibrahim al-Koni; translated by May Jayyusi and Christopher Tingley
The moufflon, a wild sheep prized for its meat, continues to survive in the remote mountain desert of southern Libya. Only Asouf, a lone bedouin who cherishes the desert and identifies with its creatures, knows exactly where it is to be found. Now he...
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Blue Has No SouthBlue Has No South
Alex Epstein; translated by Becka Mara McKay
"Their love story ended many years ago. He still writes her name as a solution to crossword puzzle clues of suitable length."

Alex Epstein’s miniature stories are indeed love stories, puzzles, stray clues to puzzles he neve...
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Blue PoppiesBlue Poppies
Jonathan Falla
It is 1950. In a remote Tibetan village, on the border with China, Puton, a young woman, crippled and widowed in a terrifying attack, and now seen as an omen of bad luck by the villagers, meets a stranger—a young Scot, Jamie. He is in the villa...
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Book of the Sultan's Seal, TheBook of the Sultan's Seal, The
Strange Incidents from History in the City of Mars
by Youssef Rakha; translated from the Arabic by Paul Starkey

It’s hard to imagine a debut more thrilling than Youssef Rakha’s groundbreaking The Book of the Sultan’s Seal. The novel is made up of nine chapters, each cen...
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