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New B-format paperback edition - with a striking new cover design - of this much loved debut
A BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week Ostend, 1936: as fascism and war threaten Europe, the seaside town is playing host to exiled artists and intellectuals. Among them are Stefan Zweig - a man in crisis, seeking refuge in Ostend with his lover Lotte - and his estranged friend Joseph Roth.
"First published in French as La Taete en friche in 2008."
A dazzling, award-winning new novel by the 'offensively gifted' author of How the Soldier Repairs the Gramophone
A murdered spouse returns from the dead in this classic thriller.
Passion, addiction and death on the French Riviera - one of Zweig's most breathless and popular novellas
A troubled ex-policeman struggles in a web of deceit in this classic thriller, which inspired the most famous Hitchcock blockbuster of them all.