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Josephine Rowe

A Loving, Faithful Animal

A haunting and vivid novel which excavates an Australia rarely seen in literature. New Year’s Eve, 1990, […]

John Banville

The Singularities

From the revered Booker Prize-winning author comes a playful, multilayered novel of nostalgia, life and death, and […]

Philippe Sands

The Last Colony

After the Second World War, new international rules heralded an age of human rights and self-determination. Supported […]

Cormac McCarthy

The Passenger

The best-selling, Pulitzer Prize–winning author of The Road returns with the first of a two-volume masterpiece: The […]

Elizabeth Strout

Lucy by the Sea

In March 2020 Lucy’s ex-husband William pleads with her to leave New York and escape to a […]

Celeste Ng

Our Missing Hearts

Twelve-year-old Bird Gardner lives a quiet existence with his loving but broken father, a former linguist who […]

Ruth & Pen

The brilliant debut novel from Emilie Pine, author of the international bestseller NOTES TO SELF Dublin, 7 […]

Ian McEwan


While the world is still counting the cost of the Second World War and the Iron Curtain […]

Enno Reins

Gefährliche Heimkehr

Nur schnell raus aus Zürich und der Schweiz. Das muss die ehemalige Ermittlerin Lozen Graham. Nachdem sie […]

Louise Kennedy


There is nothing special about the day Cushla meets Michael, a married man from Belfast, in the […]

Matthew O'Brien

Beneath the Neon

Armed with a flashlight, tape recorder, and expandable baton, author Matt O’Brien explored the Las Vegas flood-control […]

Julian Barnes

Elizabeth Finch

Elizabeth Finch was a teacher, a thinker, an inspiration – always rigorous, always thoughtful. With careful empathy, […]

Stewart O'Nan

Ocean State

For the Oliviera family – mum Carol, daughters Angel and Marie – autumn 2009 in the once-prosperous […]

James Joyce

Finnegans Wake

A daring work of experimental, Modernist genius, James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake is one of the greatest literary […]

Kevin Birmingham

The Most Dangerous Book – The Battle for James Joyce’s Ulysses

For more than a decade, the book now considered the most important novel in the English language […]