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All Come to Dust

Bryony Rheam
Marcia Pullman has been found dead at home in the leafy\r\nsuburbs of Bulawayo. Chief Inspector Edmund Dube is\r\nonto the case at once, but it becomes increasingly clear that\r\nthere are those, including the dead womans husband, who\r\ndo not want him asking questions.

Angels of Cairo

Gary Raymond
Robert Clifford is in Cairo to present his latest film for\r\na festival prize. It has taken seven gruelling years of\r\nhis life to make and is definitely NOT a film about his\r\nmother. But his moment in the spotlight is not quite as he\r\nscripted.

Burning Bones

Miren Agur Meabe

Death Drives an Audi

Kristian Bang Foss
Kristian Bang Foss darkly comic, prize-winning road-novel satire sees two unlikely friends set out to defy the Danish welfare state - and Death himself - with both hilarious and tragic consequences.

Easy Meat

Rachel Trezise
Easy Meat is a glimpse of a young man and a country on the verge of a momentous decision.

Fear of Barbarians

Petar Andonovski
Gavdos: a remote island south of Crete, the southernmost\r\npoint of Europe, surrounded by an endless expanse of\r\nsea.\r\nTo Oksana, who has come from Ukraine with her friends\r\nto recover from illness in the aftermath of Chernobyl, it\r\nseems like a dream to live in a blue-and-white house\r\nwith a lemon tree.\r\nTo Penelope, a Greek woman, it is a kind of

Kiss and Tell: Selected Stories

John Sam Jones
New edition of short stories of Stonewall Award-winning author John Sam Jones, selected from Welsh Boys Too and\r\nFishboys of Vernazza, including some unseen work and a new foreword by David Llewellyn.

The Cormorant

Stephen Gregory
When a young family inherit a remote mountain-side cottage in north Wales, giving them the chance to change the course of their lives and start over, the one condition of the will seems strange but harmless. They are to care for a cormorant until the end of its life.