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    A House and Its Head

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    Acerbic, brutal and mordantly funny: Ivy ComptonBurnett's most unsparing dissection of the patriarchal family, finally back in print.

    A House for Mr Biswas

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    From the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, A House for Mr Biswas is V. S. Naipaul's best-loved novel.

    A House in Norway

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    A Hundred Million Years and a Day

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    How far would you go to follow your dreams? One man's obsession with a mythical dinosaur fossil takes him and his team to the very edge of the world, and of life itself.

    A Hunger: From the prizewinning author of GOD'S OWN COUNTRY

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    A Jewish Girl in Paris

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    Inspired by a true story, Melanie Levensohn's A Jewish Girl in Paris is a dual-narrative historical novel which will appeal to fans of The Tattooist of Auschwitz.

    A Kingdom

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    A haunting, elegiac evocation of hill-farm life, from its very first line A Kingdom is preoccupied with the connotations surrounding the word 'rooted' and with what it means, for good and ill, to be tied to such a place.

    A Lady's Guide to Fortune-Hunting

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    A Lesson in Dying

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    The first mystery novel in the Inspector Ramsay series by Ann Cleeves, winner of the 2017 CWA Diamond Dagger.

    A Line to Kill

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    Her twelve-year-old son was troubled, borderline psychotic. And suddenly I found myself drawn into their world, searching for Hawthorne in the shadow of a massive property deal, the Russian mafia, a strange religious order and not one but two murders. Was Hawthorne already dead?

    A Lonely Man

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    Patrick's life strikes Robert as brazenly fabricated, yet soon he is compelled to pursue his own story. In a twist on the cat-and-mouse narrative, A Lonely Man depicts an attempt to create art at the brink of empathy and imagination.


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    Two brothers set out on a journey from Douala to the far north of the Cameroon to find their brother who is on his way to Europe via traffickers in search of fame as a footballer.

    A Lover's Discourse

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    A Loyal Traitor: A Richard Knox Spy Thriller

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    Delve back into vibrant, paranoid 1960s London in this fast-paced second book in the Richard Knox Spy Thriller series

    A Luminous Republic

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    Lord of the Flies meets Javier Marias, a dark and glinty literary gem with huge potential.


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    Barely educated and valued since childhood strictly for his labour, Ernaux's father had grown into a hard, practical man who showed his family little affection. Narrating his slow ascent towards material comfort, Ernaux's cold observation in A Man's Place reveals the shame that haunted her father throughout his life.

    A Manual for Cleaning Women: Selected Stories

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    This collection of raw and remarkable short fiction saw Lucia Berlin, little known in her lifetime, finally become lauded as an important figure in American letters

    A Matter of Death and Life

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    Sick of life? Murdered, you will be of greater interest than ever you were in life. Our hero meticulously plans his own demise, except for one detail: what if he suddenly decides he wants to live? 'Kurkov's eye for the absurdities of Ukrainian life is as sharp as ever' - Sunday Telegraph

    A Memory Called Empire

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    It's been Ambassador Mahit Dzmare's dream to visit the galactic Empire's capital. But on arrival, she's drawn into a tale of intrigue and rebellion, with a murder at its heart . . .

    A Minute to Midnight

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    A gripping thriller featuring Atlee Pine, FBI Special Agent, by internationally bestselling author David Baldacci.

    A Monster's Tale

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    A More Perfect Union

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    This epic love story between an Irish immigrant and a black slave is set in the pre-Civil War Southern state of Virginia in 1849 and based on the experience of the author's great-great grand-parents.

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