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Alexander McGregor
Riding high on the success of his true-crime bestseller, reporter Campbell McBride is pulled back into a homicide investigation when he is confronted about one of the murders he has covered in his book. He's going to have to return to what seemed...
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Learning EnglishLearning English
Rachid al-Daif; translated by Paula Haydar and Adnan Haydar
No matter how hard Rachid tries to recreate himself, to become educated and worldly—to “learn English”—it is impossible for this hip Beiruti with his cell phone and high-speed internet to sever the connection to his past in th...
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Life DrawingLife Drawing
From Scotland
Linda Cracknell
Linda Cracknell's emergence as one of Scotland's finest short story writers is confirmed with the publication of her first collection, Life Drawing. The title is taken from the short story she wrote in 1998 and submitted as an unknow...
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Living, Loving and Lying Awake at NightLiving, Loving and Lying Awake at Night
Sindiwe Magona
Sindiwe Magona’s long awaited collection of superb short stories brings a full range of South African women’s experience brilliantly to light. From the village mother leaving her children to work; the maid in service to the white medem; t...
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Lunar Savings TimeLunar Savings Time
Alex Epstein; translated by Becka Mara McKay
A new collection from an acknowledged master of flash-fiction

“The short texts of Alex Epstein virtuously echo the great tradition of world literature in a truly original manner, as the tension between the classical and the intuitiv...
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Lutchmee and DillooLutchmee and Dilloo
A Study of West Indian Life
Edward Jenkins; edited by David Dabydeen
Begun in India, Dilloo and Hunooman’s rivalry over Dilloo’s wife, Lutchmee, is continued on a sugar estate in Guyana, where it leads to the planning of an armed rebellion among the indentured laborers and a tragic denouement. First publis...
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Made in BritainMade in Britain
Gavin James Bower

Welcome to Every Town in Britain, an awesome abyss where cultures and communities come together, but only with the help of riot gear, and where drugs aren't a trendy cliché but a necessary evil, consumed not just to get off but to get b...
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Master of the Eclipse, TheMaster of the Eclipse, The
Etel Adnan
Winner of the Arab American National Museum's 2010 Arab American Book Awards

Etel Adnan was given the Lifetime Achievement award by the Radius of Arab American Writers Inc. (RAWI)

“‘What are poets...
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Mavis's ShoeMavis's Shoe
Sue Reid Sexton
Lenny Gillespie is a young girl living in Clydebank in Scotland. It is March 1941, during the Second World War, and in a few short hours of German bombing, Lenny loses everything she has ever known, including her mum and her beloved wee sister, Mavis...
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Mohawk's BroodMohawk's Brood
Amanda Prantera
Through the voices of its members, a large middle-class British family with close connections to Shanghai tells its story and reveals its inner tensions and secrets...

Running from 1906 to the present day, but written in a "flashlight" m...
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Mordechai's Moustache and His Wife's CatsMordechai's Moustache and His Wife's Cats
And Other Stories
Mahmoud Shukair
Mahmoud Shukair’s first major publication in English translation enthralls, surprises and even shocks as one of the world’s most original of storytellers excels in exposing the surreal moments in the ordinary and the mundane, the limits o...
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Murdered in ChelseaMurdered in Chelsea
A Lily Cane Mystery
Ticky Hedley-Dent
It's 2007 and the capital is booming, but London Evening News journalist Lily Cane is struggling. The twenty-something journalist has been demoted from Features to Obituaries by her new boss. Meanwhile, aristocrat and fashion muse Lady Z...
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My Grandmother's CactusMy Grandmother's Cactus
Stories by Egyptian Women
translation and introduction by Marilyn Booth
This collection presents a new generation of Egyptian women writers whose work began to emerge in the late 1970s and early 1980s. They write about women's lives in many different settings of contemporary Egypt, drawing themes from Pharoanic, earl...
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Myrtle Tree, TheMyrtle Tree, The
Jad El Hage
Jad El Hage's third novel (and his second written in English) is set in civil-war Lebanon. Young Adam Awad, his wife and daughter live in the remote village of his family, in the Lebanese countryside where his uncle maintains there are no “...
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Mystery RideMystery Ride
Robert Boswell
"Boswell's memorable second novel, Crooked Hearts, about a dsyfunctional family, established his reputation on the literary scene. His next book, The Geography of Desire, was earnest but inchoate with his need to make a sta...
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Occasional DemonsOccasional Demons
From Scotland
Raymond Soltysek
A widowed landlady takes in a murder suspect; a teacher, thrown out by his wife for having an affair, goes too far when he helps one of his pupils "relax;" a man goes with a prostitute and gets a nasty surprise... Raymond Soltysek's sho...
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Ogre's Embrace, TheOgre's Embrace, The
Rachid Mimouni; translated by Shirley Eber
In the seven texts which constitute The Ogre's Embrace, the author exposes the bureaucratic absurdities of his country. A powerful and thought-provoking work, laconic and witty in tone, and ingeniously put together....
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Oh, Salaam!Oh, Salaam!
by Najwa Barakat; translated from the Arabic by Luke Leafgren

Najwa Barakat’s Oh, Salaam! tells the story of three friends—an explosives expert, a sniper, and a torturer—whose...
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One Day in AprilOne Day in April
Jad El Hage

Beirut, April 13th 1977. Exactly two years into the infamous civil war, Armenian photographer 'Koko' Krikorian is given an unusual assignment: meet up with freelance journalist Nader bin Nadeer in a remote Bekaa Valley village, to cover a...
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Open HouseOpen House
Nabil Saleh
Beirut in 1940-a carefree social whirl under the shadow of war, a city of torn allegiances, treason and love. After France's crushing defeat by the German army, the pro-German Vichy French control Lebanon and Syria, while Britain tightens her gri...
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