The Quarry is the final novel of the late Scottish writer Iain Banks.
This is the laugh-out-loud sequel to the critically acclaimed Don’t Call Me Ishmael by award-winning Australian author Michael Gerard Bauer.
When an abandoned house in Valencia is rediscovered, the mistakes, loves and losses in its past are finally revealed.
Congo is a country where few venture, but author Ben Rawlence traversed the country to experience for himself the aftermath of colonialism and multiple wars.
Peking, January 1937. An elderly Chinese man discovers the mutilated body of a young foreigner at the base of the Fox Tower.
This is a wonderfully gothic tale from Jane Sullivan that will grip readers from the beginning.
Following Fish is a richly detailed travelogue written with a wry sense of humour and a real eye for the people, culture and cuisine of the coastal states of India.
In this moving book Orlando Figes looks at the lives of two young Muscovites seperated for fourteen years by war and the Gulag.
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