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Dragon LandDragon Land
Maureen Reynolds
Lizzie Flint learns things a ten-year-old shouldn't know. During WWI, she learns that her father, Peter, is missing in action, that she and her mother will have to live with her grandmother until he is found and that her mother, Beth, refuses to...
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Daniela Sacerdoti
Ever since her thirteenth birthday, seventeen-year-old Sarah Midnight's dreams have been plagued by demons - but unlike most people's nightmares, Sarah's come true. Her dreams guide her parents' hunt as Sarah remains in bed, terrified...
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Eighteen Couper StreetEighteen Couper Street
Millie Gray
The prequel to the Campbell family saga. Anna Campbell, a Leith "worthy" in the full sense of the word, never turns anyone away from her door. The condemned tenement is the home to many families in dire poverty and Anna, known as a "wi...
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End of Spring, TheEnd of Spring, The
Sahar Khalifeh; translated by Paula Haydar
In The End of Spring, Sahar Khalifeh chronicles the struggle of the Palestinian people with a humane depiction of Palestinian resistance fighters during the 2002 siege of Yasir Arafat's official headquarters. Khalifeh's tender and mo...
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End Play, TheEnd Play, The
Indira Mahindra
Three women, three generations in modern-day India-their lives and loves powerfully evoked through the intense personal experience of the youngest, Gunga, as she acts as a go-between for her mother and grandmother and discovers the horrifying truth b...
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Abd al-Rahman Munif; translated by Roger Allen
"One of the most important novelists writing in Arabic..."
--The Guardian

''Drought. Drought again! When drought seasons come, things begin to change. Life and objects change. Humans change...
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Everything Good Will ComeEverything Good Will Come
Sefi Atta
Everything Good Will Come introduces an important new voice in contemporary fiction. With insight and a lyrical wisdom, Nigerian-born Sefi Atta has written a powerful and eloquent story set in her African homeland. It is 1971, a year after t...
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Exclusion ZoneExclusion Zone
Graeme Knott
Wannabe Singer Venus Baxter has arrived back in Montserrat, her childhood home, but there is no one to welcome her. She finds herself in an island devastated by years of volcanic activity, with nowhere for her to stay. The long-lost father she had in...
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Philip Casey
Tess and Mungo bump into each other on the Ha'penny Bridge over the Liffey in Dublin, and quickly contrive to make their paths cross again. Then, as people do, they start to see each other more often... As they begin to talk about themselves and...
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Fat SkeletonsFat Skeletons
Ursule Molinaro
Mara is a translator. In her Greenwich Village apartment she successfully renders her native Czech into best-selling English, until one fine night she notices alarming similarities between her own Prague childhood and a "brilliant novel" by...
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Fate of a Prisoner,TheFate of a Prisoner,The
Denys Johnson-Davies
The themes in this unusual collection of short stories range from the lost innocence of childhood, betrayal, greed and the battlefield of sex, to the courage of old age. The settings include desert wadis in the Arabian Gulf, a small Sudanese village,...
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Flora’s GloryFlora’s Glory
Vanessa Hannam
In the newly formed court of William of Orange and Queen Mary - after James II has fled England with diamond buckles sewn into his waistcoat - the beautiful and independently minded Lady Flora arrives at court. Having grown up against the backcloth o...
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Flying CarpetsFlying Carpets
Hedy Habra

Flying Carpets is a story collection in the grand tradition of Arab storytelling. In it, Habra masterfully waves her writing wand and takes us on a journey as we read about people a...
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Fo Bhruid (Kidnapped)Fo Bhruid (Kidnapped)
Scottish Gaelic edition
Robert Louis Stevenson; Adapted & Illust. by Alan Grant & Cam Kennedy; trans. by Iain MacDhomhnaill
An epic story of adventure, friendship, murder and revenge!

A fantastic new graphic novel, in full color, of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic adventure story, commissioned by Edinburgh, UNESCO City of Literature, created by wo...
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For the Sake of SilenceFor the Sake of Silence
Michael Cawood Green
The narrator of this extraordinary tale is witness to a story that ranged from Austria to Bosnia, Natal to East Griqualand. Aptly named after Joseph of Cupertino, the Holy Fool and Gaper, his attempt at proclaiming the sins of others and confessing h...
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Four Ducks on a PondFour Ducks on a Pond
By Nicholas the Cat
Annabel Carothers
This delightful account, written during a year in the life of a family on Mull in the 1950s, came to light after more than fifty years of neglect in a drawer. Being well camouflaged and unobtrusive, Nicholas the cat keenly observed the comings and go...
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Fragments of MemoryFragments of Memory
A Story of a Syrian Family
Hanna Mina; introduction by Khaldoun Shamaa; translated by translated by Olive Kenny and Lorne Kenny
Fragments of Memory offers a picture of reality that is simple, direct, and quite emotional... an image of Syrian society in the thirties and forties through the struggle of an impoverished family—of an origin that is neither rural nor...
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Gardens of the NightGardens of the Night
A Trilogy
Ahmad Fagih
Gardens of the Night tells of a Libyan professor's struggle against personal demons. It is a haunting exploration of the clashes between violence and sexuality, tradition and modern life, repression and uninhibited freedom. From its evoc...
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Hassam Najmi; translated from the Arabic by Roger Allen


As Hassan Najmi’s acclaimed novel begins, our unnamed narrator befriends an elderly man, Muhammad, who, as a young man, worked as a tour guide in the city...
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Gnothach Annasach An Dr. Jekyll is Mhgr HydeGnothach Annasach An Dr. Jekyll is Mhgr Hyde
(The Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll is Mister Hyde, Gaelic language)
Robert Louis Stevenson; Adapted & Illust. by Alan Grant & Cam Kennedy; trans. by Iain MacDhomhnaill
Following their acclaimed graphic novel version of Kidnapped, Alan Grant and Cam Kennedy turn their attention to another Stevenson story.

John Utterson notices that his friend, Dr Henry Jekyll, has been acting very strangely. As he invest...
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