Joanna Nell (Hodder & Stoughton, 2020)
A poignant ode to love and the memories that make a well-lived life, from the author of THE SINGLE LADIES OF JACARANDA RETIREMENT VILLAGE.
Tess Little (Hodder & Stoughton, 2020)
There's more than one way to capture a life.There's more than one way to capture a life. When Elspeth arrives at her ex-husband's LA mansion for his 50th birthday party, she's expecting a crowd for the British film director.
Verlag: Lonely Planet Publications, 2019
Draw and create artefacts inspired by different cultures around the globe in this fun activity book.
Harold Pinter (Faber & Faber, London, 2013)
Betrayal by Harold Pinter explores the politics of betrayal, sex and desire, with wit, colour and clarity. First staged at the National Theatre in 1978, the show is critically regarded as one of Harold Pinter's major dramatic works.
Eric Isaacson, szim, Erin Yanke (Ventil, 2020)
Dead Moon war von 1987 bis 2006 eine Lo-Fi-Garage/Rock-'n'-Roll-Band aus Portland, Oregon. Die Band erlangte einen mythen- und legendenumwobenen Kultstatus.
Abir Mukherjee (Random House UK, 2020)
Selected by the Telegraph, FT and Guardian as one of the best crime books of 2019 'A skilfully blended dual narrative: twice the intrigue, twice the fun.
Paulo Coelho (Random House UK, 2019)
A journey to the past. A map for the future. After hitchhiking from Brazil to nearly halfway around the world, Paulo stumbles across Karla, a young Dutch woman and like-minded soul, in Amsterdam's famous Dam Square.
William A. Emerson (Hansebooks, 2019)
Leominster, Massachusetts - historical and picturesque is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of 1888.
Herman Melville (Inktank-Publishing, 2019)
Books are still among the most important cultural achievements of humanity. Their invention was as important as the Internet: for the first time, a mass transfer of information became possible.
Marie Géraldine Rademacher (transcript, 2019)
Narcissistic mothers are an important motif in modernist literature. Tracing its appearance in the works of writers such as D.H.
Khalil Gibran (CRW Publishing, 2016)
Kahlil Gibran's classic collection of poetic essays touching on subjects from love and friendship to pain and freedom. Thought-provoking, comforting and wise, the simple truths of The Prophet remain compelling and rewarding to this day.
David Nicholls (Hodder & Stoughton, 2015)
The Man Booker Prize-longlisted follow-up to the multimillion-copy bestselling ONE DAY. David Nicholls brings to bear all the wit and intelligence that graced ONE DAY in this brilliant, bittersweet novel about love and family, husbands and ...
Michelle Engeler (transcript, 2019)
By combining an ethnographic study of youth with an analysis of the local state in the making, this research monograph introduces the perspective of "meandering lives" to grasp being young and growing up in the Guéckédou borderland, a remote space ...
Anbara Salam (Penguin UK, 2020)
'A beguiling whirlwind of love and obsession' Elle 'The Virgin Suicides meets Patricia Highsmith's The Talented Mr Ripley, this unputdownable and lush novel had me entranced' Sharlene Teo, author of ...
Gabriel Garcia Marquez (Penguin UK, 2020)
A new collection of journalism from one of the great titans of 20th century literature "I don't want to be remembered for One Hundred Years of Solitude or for the Nobel Prize but rather for my journalism," Gabriel García Márquez said in the ...
Jenny Tough (Summersdale, 2020)
The badass adventurers in this collection are all fearless, intelligent, compassionate and curious about the world - and they all happen to be female.
Douglas Kennedy (Random House UK, 2020)
'A touching exploration of passion untested by domesticity' Mail on Sunday Before Isabelle I knew nothing of sex. Before Isabelle I knew nothing of freedom. Before Isabelle I knew nothing of life. Paris in the early Seventies.
Danielle Steel (Macmillan Publishers International, 2020)
Royal is a sweeping historical novel from the world's favourite storyteller, Danielle Steel.In this spellbinding tale from Danielle Steel, a princess is sent away to safety during World War II, where she falls in love, and is lost forever.
Adrian Tchaikovsky (Macmillan Publishers International, 2020)
This is a breathtaking novel from Adrian Tchaikovsky, Arthur C. Clarke award winning author. The walls between many worlds are collapsing and only a handful of people are in on this secret.