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Butler, Till the Final BellButler, Till the Final Bell
Michael Anthony
Kid Fearless has two fights to worry about. There is his upcoming boxing bout with Young Tiger, who is expected to eat the inexperienced Kid raw. And then there is the fight by Trinidad's oilfield workers for better wages and conditions. It is th...
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By the Rivers of BabylonBy the Rivers of Babylon
Khalid Kishtainy
Khalid Kishtainy, depicts in fictional form an episode of Arab Jewish history which seems to have been forgotten. Based on many interviews with Israelis of Iraqi origin By the Rivers of Babylon is a harrowing tale with a love story at its co...
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Cages on Opposite ShoresCages on Opposite Shores
Janset Berkok Shami
Set in Istanbul, this novel tells the story of Meral, a modern-day Turkish woman searching for identity and renewal after leaving her husband of 11 years. Living among the dusty artifacts in the deserted rooms of her deceased mother's house, Mera...
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Children Who Sleep by the River, TheChildren Who Sleep by the River, The
Debbie Taylor
Four generations of African women: baby Tendai lies waiting to be born in her mother Beauty's womb; Beauty, pregnant for the first time and fearful of witches' spells, returns from the tobacco fields to her native village and to her mother Mi...
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Chrysalis, TheChrysalis, The
Aicha Lemsine; translated by Dorothy S. Blair
This novel traces the story of two generations of Algerian women seeking to free themselves from male domination in a traditional society....
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Chutney PowerChutney Power
Willi Chen
There is no other writer in the Caribbean like Willi Chen. He is that rare breed, a West Indian writer of Chinese origin, yet the Chinese in his fiction and plays tend to be secondary characters. Most of his stories, whether comical or darker in tone...
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Coffin Lane Murders, TheCoffin Lane Murders, The
Alanna Knight
Another Case for Inspector Jeremy Faro, Edinburgh's Victorian detective.

The frantic arrival of P.C. Dean at Inspector Faro's door one winter morning brings news of the first killing in Coffin Lane. Accompanied by his stepson Vince...
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Collected Works of Lorna Moon, TheCollected Works of Lorna Moon, The
Lorna Moon; edited by Glenda Norquay
Twice married, widely traveled, and romantically entangled with the brother of Cecil B. DeMille, the story of Lorna Moon’s transformation from landlord’s daughter in northeast Scotland to successful scriptwriter in the early days of Holly...
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Creating RachelCreating Rachel
Mustafa Alrawi
Love addict, unshakeable romantic, optimist, cheat, self-styled tragic hero, gambler, diarist, poet – Mohammed is all these and, what’s more, he has fallen in love with Rachel; twenty-one years old, Jewish, exotic-looking and damaged. Not...
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Curse of Ezekiel, TheCurse of Ezekiel, The
Nabil Saleh
Set against the historical backdrop of Alexander the Great's siege of the Phoenician city of Tyre in 332 BC, The Curse of Ezekiel tells the tale of Bomilcar, a young Tyrian who lives a carefree existence despite the advance of Alexander&...
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Damascus NightsDamascus Nights
Rafik Schami; translated by Philip Boehm
A reissue of Rafik Schami's award-winning novel

In the classical Arab tradition of tale-telling, here is a magical book that celebrates the power of storytelling, delightfully transformed for modern sensibilities by an award-winning au...
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Dark Side of Love, TheDark Side of Love, The
Rafik Schami; translated from the German by Anthea Bell
Independent Publisher Book Awards 2010, Gold Medal Winner - Multicultural Fiction

An international bestseller available in English for the first time,a story of forbidden love set against the background of Arabic culture...
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Dawning, TheDawning, The
Milka Bajic-Poderegin; translated by Nadja Poderegin
The Dawning is a family saga which evolves against the turbulent background of the town of Plevlje (on the confines of Bosnia and Herzegovian) as it emerges from five centuries of enslavement in the wake of the collapse of the Turkish and Au...
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Day OneDay One
Hugo Barnacle
Day One is a novel of beginnings. A London headhunter is on the threshold of a love affair, a South Atlantic island is being invaded, an informer in Northern Ireland is coming to the mainland to start a new life. It could also be an ending a...
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Days of Miracles and Wonders, TheDays of Miracles and Wonders, The
An Epic of New World Disorder
Simon Louvish
The Days of Miracles and Wonders is Louvish's most ambitious novel to date, ranging across history's follies, past and present. From his tomb in Fontevraud, the Crusader King Richard the Lionheart rises to face the modern world at th...
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Dazed and ArousedDazed and Aroused
Gavin James Bower

For six hectic months, season to season in the High Fashion calendar, twenty-something male model Alex hurtles between London, Paris and Milan, absorbed in the ruthless world of the catwalk. His long-term girlfriend, Nathalie, is desperate to reki...
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Dead Letter HouseDead Letter House
Drew Campbell
On Hogmanay a twentysomething breaks up with his girlfriend at a party in Glasgow and sets out to walk the 20 miles home to East Kilbride. On the way he amuses himself by writing imaginary letters in his head to his estranged family in between buying...
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Dear Mr. KawabataDear Mr. Kawabata
Rashid Al-Daif, translated by Paul Starkey;Foreword by Margaret Drabble
As a young lebanese man lies dying in a makeshift mortuary in Beirut during the last days of the civil war in 1991, thoughts of his past life flood through his mind. In his disordered imagination, he writes to the Japanese novelist Yasunari Kawa...
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Death of Almustafa, TheDeath of Almustafa, The
Riad Nourallah; illustrated by Clare Allen
Almustafa, hero of Gibran's The Prophet, lives again in this book.

In a dramatic and rich narrative, Almustafa faces up to his mortality and to questions on life and death put to him by the people of Orphalese, a metaphor for America....
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Down to the SeaDown to the Sea
Gamil Atia Ibrahim; translated by Frances Liardet
This is the story of the cemetery south of Cairo, known as the "City of the Dead" and of the aspirations of the individuals that live there. Sayyid has lived through the great political events of modern Egypt. A son of the cemetery he is an...
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