Fiction

Fiction

We're proud to publish fiction from all over the world. We have published books set in, or authors who are from, every country shaded in blue on the map below.

 

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  • Beneath the Darkening Sky

    When Majok Tulba was 9, rebel soldiers attacked his village, taking all children taller than an AK47 to become soldiers. Majok was an inch too short. This novel is the story of what might have happened had he been an inch taller.
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  • The Waters and the Wild

    A bewitching literary suspense debut, rich in atmosphere and Gothic overtones
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  • The Tiger and the Ruby

    A beautifully written, personal history as Kief Hillsbery sets out to discover what happened to his ancestor who disappeared in Nepal over 150 years ago
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  • Tweens

    In this warm, practical and down-to-earth guide, Andrea Clifford-Poston offers clear and workable advice for parents coming to terms with their chidren's 'tweens years'. Learn More
  • Ibn 'Arabi

    Renowned expert William Chittick covers the life and works of this legendary Sufi writer.
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  • Right of Thirst

    Reeling from his wife's slow, painful death, cardiologist Charles Anderson volunteers to work as the doctor in a refugee camp, in a poverty-stricken Islamic country. But when the refugees never arrive and tensions rise to dangerous proportions as bombs fall, he finds that even his altruistic intentions don't follow their planned course. Learn More
  • The Girl Who Fell from the Sky

    A bizarre mystery surrounding a family tragedy forms the centrepiece of Rachel's struggle as an astonishingly beautiful mixed-race child in a mostly black community. As terrible secrets begin to emerge, Rachel learns to swallow her grief and construct her self-image in a world that wants to see her as either Black or White
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  • Falling to Heaven

    It's Tibet, 1954. Steeped in the Quaker tradition of non-violence and longing to live in a society that has embraced pacifism for centuries, two Americans Emma and Gerald Kittredge are soon happily adopted by their Tibetan neighbours, Dorje and Rinchen. But the arrival of Maoist soldiers into their quiet life shatters everything. Learn More
  • Happy Retirement

    Whether you've been planning your escape for years, or are suddenly forced into retirement, this book helps you to make the most of it. It explains why we don't need to fear the slow down and how we can prepare for and thrive in our years away from work. Learn More
  • Why Him? Why Her?

    Based on Dr Fisher's groundbreaking personality type study, in which she analyzed the personalities of more than 28,000 match.com users, Why Him? Why Her? provides a formula for long-term love that is based on cutting-edge discoveries in evolutionary neurology. Learn More

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