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Other HalvesOther Halves
Nick Alexander
When Hannah and Cliff's fifteen-year marriage falls apart, it seems almost impossible to start again.

While Hannah tries to reconcile the warring factions of her heart, torn between a pre-teen son and a romantic love half a world away,...
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Nabil Saleh
Outremer is a novel of faith and heresy, loyalty and intrigue, set in the thirteenth-century Levant. Aimeric and his young family seek peace in the Maronite community of Gibelet under Mount Lebanon, but there too he is entangled in conflicts...
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Owner of the House,TheOwner of the House,The
Latifa Zayyat; translated by Sophie Bennett
Samia is running away from the political police with her husband who has escaped from prison. Their journey is dramatic and suspenseful: fantasy and fact merge and demand them to assume disguises and other personalities as events develop at breathtak...
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Painted ShadowsPainted Shadows
Jean Baptiste Niel
The bizarre world of a motley crew of prostitutes-the painted shadows-their customers, their friends and their families, in the old town of Nice, is portrayed in this arresting first novel.

A beautiful and enigmatic transvestite prostitute, who be...
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Penumbra, ThePenumbra, The
Lalla Romano; translated by Sian Williams
Soon after her mother's death, a woman returns to the village where she grew up to reflect on her childhood years. Atmospheric and dreamlike, this novel by one of the classic writers in 20th century Italian literature is a Proustian journey of se...
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Physician of CaliphsPhysician of Caliphs
Nabil Saleh
Hunayn ibn Ishaq (803-873 AD) was a Christian physician of Arab descent. He, with other Nestorian physicians, practiced the medicine taught by the Ancient Greeks. He was personal physician to eight caliphs and rose to such prominence that his contemp...
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Pillars of SaltPillars of Salt
Fadia Faqir
Pillars of Salt is the story of two women confined in a mental hospital in Jordan during and after the British Mandate. Maha, a peasant woman from the Jordan Valley, and Um Saad from Amman find themselves sharing a room. After initial tensio...
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Plant Hunter's Tale, ThePlant Hunter's Tale, The
Caroline Cass
Many of the beautiful exotic plants we now admire were discovered by intrepid plant hunters who travelled the world in search of new species. The royal patronage at Kew ensured those plants that survived the difficult journey and thrived in the home...
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Poor AngusPoor Angus
From Scotland
Robin Jenkins
Poor Angus centers around a struggling painter, Angus McAllister, who has returned to the seemingly idyllic Hebridean island of his birth in the hope that it will inspire him to create his masterpiece. His privacy is invaded by Janet, a visi...
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Power GamePower Game
Perry Henzell
"Powerful reading, chock full of drama, politics, violence and sex with even a salting of mysticism thrown in." - Fred Archer, The Gleaner

"A disturbing work of art ... an unexpected and challengi...
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Prairies of FeverPrairies of Fever
Ibrahim Nasrallah; translated by May Jayyusi and Jeremy Reed
Prairies of Fever is one of the foremost modernist novels of our time. A negation of chronology and sequence, a cohesve relationship between form and content, and a temporal parallelism of events, memories and dreams, give the novel a unique...
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Suhayl Saadi
It's midnight in Glasgow as DJ Zaf presents Radio Chandni’s last ever program. The playlist features songs from the soundtracks of romantic old Indian films, Beatles' and Stranglers' classics and the music of Kula Shaker and ADF. As...
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Qadi & the Fortune Teller, TheQadi & the Fortune Teller, The
Nabil Saleh
A leather-bound manuscript is found hidden in a wall of a house in the rubble of Beirut in the late 1970s. It is the diary of a Muslim judge in Ottoman Beirut during 1843-a critical time for the Ottoman Empire and the European powers. The judge is Sh...
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Return to JerusalemReturn to Jerusalem
Hassan Jamal Husseini
It is one thing to know such things happen; another to experience them at first hand. A Palestinian journalist, working for the Arab Press in Jerusalem, returns home late from work. In the small hours of the following morning, the security forces kno...
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Rousseau MoonRousseau Moon
From Scotland
David Cameron
Magic mushrooms grow in Arab's favorite retreat, an ancient glen in East Kilbride. His friend, the narrator of "Rousseau Moon," joins him in his fight from the new town housing estates where windows "shut with a sound like Tupperwa...
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Rue End StreetRue End Street
The Sequel to Mavis's Shoe
Sue Reid Sexton
The sequel to Mavis's Shoe, Rue End Street is a wartime novel that explores the aftermath of bombing, and how the war affected the Scots-Italians. It is September 1943, more than two years since Lenny's world was devastated...
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Damascus Bitter Sweet
Ulfat Idilbi; translated by Peter Clark
Sabriya portrays life in Damascus in the 1920's. Central to the story is Sabriya's journey to self-knowledge, intertwined with the rise and eclipse of national and feminist awareness during her painful life. The national revolt is cr...
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Sardines and OrangesSardines and Oranges
Short Stories from North Africa
edited by Peter Clark
Twenty-six hard-hitting, passionate, moving, funny and human stories from North Africa

Many of these authors are major literary figures in their own countries and the Arab world, who have broken with taboos and censorship, and estab...
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Fadi Azzam; translated from the Arabic by Adam Talib
“With Sarmada, Fadi Azzam proves to us that there are still undiscovered gems in Arabic literature… beautiful writing, long stifled by dictatorship, has just begun to free itself from the grips of censorship. Sarmada and its women da...
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Secret Holy War of Santiago de Chile, TheSecret Holy War of Santiago de Chile, The
Marco Antonio de la Parra; translated by Charles Thomas
Tito Livio Trivino is a disillusioned and cynical advertising agent in Santiago who suddenly finds himself swept up in a whirlwind of strange and terrifying events. He discovers that his father was a double agent for both God and the Devil; that he i...
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