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    Along Came a Llama

    £9.00 £10.00
    My Family and Other Animals meets The Secret Life of Cows: this rediscovered gem of a memoir tells the charming tale of how a baby llama transformed a Welsh farming family forever.

    Amnesia Moon

    £8.09 £8.99
    Jonathan Lethem, acclaimed author of The Fortress of Solitude and Motherless Brooklyn, here takes the reader on a road trip through a post-apocalyptic USA. Since the war came and the bombs fell, Hatfork, Wyoming, has been a broken-down, mutant-ridden town.

    Among Others

    £22.50 £25.00
    Michael Frayn would like to say a brief word about a few of the friends who have shaped his life - 'before my memory goes'. Some have had a profound effect.

    An Artist of the Floating World

    £8.99 £9.99
    But as his memories continually return to the past - to a life and career deeply touched by the rise of Japanese militarism - a dark shadow begins to grow over his serenity. If you enjoyed An Artist of the Floating World, you might also like Ishiguro's The Remains of the Day, now available in Faber Modern Classics.

    An Elegy for Easterly: Faber Stories

    £3.15 £3.50
    The government has cleaned up Harare for the Queen of England's visit. 'The townships are too full of people, they said, gather them up and put them in the places the Queen will not see.' Four waves of people have settled on Easterly Farm since then, living on the margins in homes that will soon be destroyed. Among them is Martha Mupengo.

    An End and a Beginning

    £13.50 £15.00
    An End and a Beginning is the final book in James Hanley's five novel sequence, The Furys. All five novels have been reissued in Faber Finds. Young Peter Fury, confused by his mother's ambition for him, was driven to commit a crime for which he was sent to prison for fifteen years.

    An Expert in Murder

    £8.99 £9.99
    An Expert in Murder is the first in a new series that features Golden Age crime writer Josephine Tey as its lead character, placing her in the richly-peopled world of 1930s theatre which formed the other half of her writing life.

    Anecdotal Evidence

    £11.69 £12.99
    In her first collection of new poetry since 2011's acclaimed Family Values, Wendy Cope celebrates 'the half-forgotten stories of our lives' with compassion, wisdom and wit.


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