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Fire Next Time

Paperback, 25/01/1990, £8.99
£8.09
Sounds a clarion warning to the world.

Tell Me How Long the Train's Been Gone

Paperback, 01/02/2018, £9.99
£8.99

Notes of a Native Son

Paperback, 02/11/2017, £8.99
£8.09

Dark Days No 38

Paperback, 22/02/2018, £1.00
£0.90

Another country

Paperback, 11/09/2001, £7.99
£1.99
After Rufus Scott, an embittered and unemployed black jazz-musician commits suicide, his sister Ida and old friend Vivaldo become lovers. Yet their feelings for each other are complicated by Rufus's friends, especially the homosexual actor Eric Jones who has been Vivaldo's lover.

James Baldwin: A Biography

Paperback, 19/02/2015, £11.99
£10.79
Originally published: New York: Knopf, 1994.

Go Tell it on the Mountain

Hardback, 04/02/2016, £12.99
£11.69
Based in part on his own childhood in Harlem, the author chronicles a fourteen-year-old boy's discovery of the terms of his identity as the stepson of the minister of a Pentecostal storefront church in Harlem.

Giovanni's Room

Hardback, 04/02/2016, £12.99
£11.69
David has just proposed marriage to his American girlfriend, but while she is away on a trip he becomes involved in a doomed affair with a bartender named Giovanni. This title is set in the Paris of the 1950s, where a young American expatriate finds himself caught between his repressed desires and conventional morality.

Giovanni's Room

Paperback, 02/08/2007, £7.99
£7.19
When David meets the sensual Giovanni in a bohemian bar, he is swept into a passionate love affair. But his girlfriend's return to Paris destroys everything. Unable to admit to the truth, David pretends the liaison never happened - while Giovanni's life descends into tragedy. This book introduces love's fascinating possibilities and extremities.

Go Tell it on the Mountain

Paperback, 04/10/2001, £9.99
£8.99
Presents a semi-autobiographical exploration of the troubled life of the Grimes family in Harlem during the Depression.

Tell Me How Long the Train's Been Gone

Paperback, 29/09/1994, £9.99
£8.99
Leo Proudhammer, a successful and famous black American reviews his life and his beliefs in the wake of a serious collapse. He questions the relationship between his people and white America and the role played by Christianity in the subjection of blacks.