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Paperback, 03/05/2018, £7.99


7, 18/01/1999, £7.99
A novel by the author of "The Buddha of Suburbia" and "My Beautiful Laundrette" which analyzes the agonies and joys of being connected to another person. Jay, who is leaving his partner and their two sons, reflects on the vicissitudes of his relationship with Susan.

Buddha of Suburbia

Paperback, 08/01/2009, £8.99
Karim lives with his Mum and Dad in a suburb of south London and dreams of making his escape to the bright lights of the big city. But his father is no ordinary Dad, he is 'the buddha of suburbia', a strange and compelling figure whose powers of meditation hold a circle of would-be mystics spellbound with the fascinations of the East.

Last Word

Paperback, 05/03/2015, £8.99
Mamoon is an eminent Indian-born writer who has made a career in England - but now, in his early seventies, his reputation is fading, his book sales have dried up and his new wife has expensive tastes. Harry, a young writer, is commissioned to write a biography to revitalise Mamoon's career.

Buddha of Suburbia

Paperback, 02/04/2015, £8.99
Karim desperate to escape suburban South London and experience the forbidden fruits which the 1970s seem to offer. When the unlikely opportunity of a life in the theatre announces itself, Karim starts to win the sort of attention he has been craving - albeit with some rude and raucous results.

Love + Hate

Paperback, 04/02/2016, £9.99
Features a Pakistani woman who has begun a new life in Paris, and an essay about the film Le Week-End, and an account of Kafka's relationship with his father. This collection ends with a bravura piece of very personal reportage about the conman who stole authors life savings.

Theft: My Conman

Paperback, 20/11/2014, £4.99
Nearing sixty and needing to plan for his and his children's future, the author employed an accountant from a reputable firm. When the accountant recommended investing in a property scheme, he followed his advice - only to find out that the accountant was a fraudster and his entire life savings had vanished. This book tells his story.

Hanif Kureishi

Paperback, 01/08/2001, £16.99
This study evaluates Kureishi's contribution to contemporary British fiction; Recently, Kureishi's focus on race has shifted in his novels of new masculinity. This book suggests that this shift from race toexplorations of masculinity does not mark a new direction in Kureishi's work, but reinforces one of his central preoccupations.

Love In A Blue Time

Paperback, 03/01/1998, £6.99
Hanif Kureishi, author of "The Buddha of Suburbia", is one of a generation of British writers whose experience of the United Kingdom is refracted, socially and culturally, through his Pakistani heritage. The stories in this collection incorporate the humour, bawdiness and aggression of his novels.

Something To Tell You

Paperback, 25/12/2008, £9.99
Jamal Khan, a psychoanalyst in his fifties living in London, is haunted by memories of his teens: his first love, Ajita; the exhilaration of sex, drugs and politics; and a brutal act of violence which changed his life for ever. Jamal's teenage traumas make a shocking return into his present life.

Collected Stories

Paperback, 03/03/2011, £12.99
Deals with the complexities of relationships as well as the joys of children. This title contains the author's controversial story "Weddings and Beheadings", as well as his prophetic "My Son the Fanatic", which exposes the religious tensions within the muslim family unit.

Collected Essays

Hardback, 03/03/2011, £17.99
Beginning in the early 1980s with The Rainbow Sign, which was written as the Introduction to the screenplay of My Beautiful Laundrette, this book shows how flexible a form the essay can be.