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Good To Be God

Paperback, 06/04/2009, £7.99
Using the credit card and identity of a handcuffs salesman, professional failure Tyndale Corbett arrives in Miami for a law enforcement conference to discover the joys of luxury hotels and above all the delight of being someone else, someone successful.

Possibly Forty Ships / Crushed Mexican Spiders

Hardback, 24/11/2011, £6.99
The appearance of any new work by Tibor Fischer is a cause for celebration. Here are two dazzling new stories that show why he is so admired.

Manner of Being: Writers on Their Mentors

Paperback, 30/12/2015, £25.95
The nearly seventy short essays in A Manner of Being, by some of the best contemporary writers from around the world, pay homage to mentors who enlighten, push, encourage, and sometimes hurt, fail, and limit their proteges. This collection is rich with anecdotes from the heartfelt to the salacious, gems of writing advice, and guidance for how to live the writing life.

Collector Collector

Paperback, 05/03/1998, £9.99
To a small flat in South London comes a Sumerian bowl, but the bowl is the Collector Collector, clay with something to say, an object d'art who will offer Rosa, its owner, vast swathes of unrecorded history from the last 5000 years.

Voyage To The End Of The Room

Paperback, 05/08/2004, £8.99
A novel about a failed dancer turned computer-graphics designer who's been around the block but these days doesn't leave her house. At heart, though, it's a meditation on how and whether you can ever know other people, what is evil, what is reality, what is humanity - and can you fake them? Or is there a litmus test for the real thing?

Thought Gang

Paperback, 06/09/2007, £9.99
France. A skint, clapped-out British philosopher meets an incompetent, freshly released, one-armed, armed robber. The Thought Gang is born as the duo blag their way from Montpellier to Toulon for the ultimate bank robbery.

Don't Read This Book If You're Stupid

Paperback, 04/01/2001, £9.99
A series of humourous short stories starting in misery and dropping towards despair. One character has a quest to read every book ever written in English, devouring them two at a time. The aphoristic tales are sandwiched between two novellas and deliver an apocalyptic vision with a grim smile.

Under The Frog

Paperback, 03/10/2002, £9.99
Features the adventures of two young Hungarian basketball players through the turbulent years between the end of World War II and the anti-Soviet uprising of 1956. This work tells the story of the two improbably heroes, Pataki and Gyuri, who travel the length and breadth of Hungary in a epic quest for food, lodging, and female companionship.