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    Among Muslims: Meetings at the Frontiers of Pakistan

    £6.00 £9.99
    Presents an account of the author's time travelling alone and living among the Shia and Ismaili Muslims in the Northern Areas - the mountainous regions wedged between Afghanistan, India and China and one of the most volatile borderlands in the world.

    Art In Nature

    £8.99 £9.99
    An elderly caretaker at a large outdoor exhibition, called Art in Nature, finds that a couple have lingered on to bicker about the value of a picture; he has a surprising suggestion that will resolve both their row and his own ambivalence about the art market.

    Artist in Residence

    £8.09 £8.99
    A mordantly witty (modern) art farce: Simon Bill lifts the lid on the venal, novelty-seeking world of London's contemporary art scene.

    Book About Moomin, Mymble and Little My

    £11.69 £12.99
    Presents the colour Moomin picture book with its cut-out page designs and playful rhyming text.

    Border Run

    £7.19 £7.99
    Bored of the 'mango smoothie' trail and keen to spice up their Facebook albums, and perhaps also their sex lives, Jake and Will take a tour into China's jungle borderland with Burma. Their guide, however, has his own agenda and gradually the two gap-year students slip into a nightmarish spiral of murder and moral decay.

    Comet in Moominland: Special Collectors' Edition

    £11.69 £12.99
    Special Collectors' Edition lovingly restored to its original stunning design.

    Dangerous Journey

    £11.69 £12.99
    A little girl is transported with the help of magic glasses from the tedium of a summer afternoon into an exciting world of mangrove swamps, spluttering volcanoes and sea where birds fly upside down and wild things threaten to pounce. But she is not alone.


    £8.09 £8.99
    Adolescent sexuality, boredom, filial guilt, violence and love; the frustrations of life in a small-town rock band; drugs and cigarettes all find their place in these chronicles of Norwegian provincial life, as Carl Frode Tiller explores masculinity in crisis


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