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Our ebooks (219 Listed volumes)

  • Massimo Carlotto

    Bandit Love

    2010, pp. 208, $ 9.99
    Region: Italy
    Book collection: World Noir
    “Carlotto is a master of the genre. He keeps the reader on the edge of his seat until the very end with compact, incisive storytelling.” —Il Giornale di Vicenza
  • Damon Galgut

    In a Strange Room

    2010, pp. , $ 9.99
    Region: South Africa
    First published in the Paris Review in three parts, one of which was selected for a National Magazine Award and another for the O. Henry Prize, In a Strange Room has recently been shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize.
  • Laurence Cossé

    A Novel Bookstore

    2010, pp. 424, $ 11.99
    Region: France
    “An Agatha Christie-style mystery bolstered by a love story worthy of Madame de la Fayette....”—Madame Figaro
  • Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt

    The Woman with the Bouquet

    2010, pp. 224, $ 9.99
    Region: France
    An exceptional collection by one of Europe’s most beloved authors.
  • Caryl Férey

    Zulu

    2010, pp. 416, $ 11.99
    Region: France
    Book collection: World Noir
    “Caryl Férey has written a rich, virtuoso thriller that is reminiscent of the works of John Le Carré in its scathing social criticism; a novel that shakes up its readers and its characters in equal measure.”— Le Monde
  • Daniele Mastrogiacomo

    Days of Fear

    2010, pp. 176, $ 11.99
    Region: Italy
    As brilliantly crafted as a first-rate suspense novel and with the kind of emotional impact associated with the best literary fiction, Mastrogiacomo’s story of courage and tenacity in the face of imminent danger is unforgettable.
  • Alina Bronsky

    Broken Glass Park

    2010, pp. 336, $ 11.99
    Region: Russia
    "A riveting debut...Sascha's hunger for life shines through her relentless fight to leave behind a painful childhood."—Publishers Weekly (Starred)
  • Jane Gardam

    The Man in the Wooden Hat

    2009, pp. 240, $ 12.99
    Region: Britain
    Old Filth was Eddie’s story. The Man in the Wooden Hat is the history of his marriage told from the perspective of his wife, Betty, a character as vivid and enchanting as Filth himself.
  • Massimo Carlotto, Marco Videtta

    Poisonville

    2009, pp. 240, $ 9.99
    Region: Italy
    Book collection: World Noir
    Eco-mafia, thugs from the ex-USSR, polticians and media personalities on the payroll, intimidation and murder. Welcome to Poisonville!
  • Boualem Sansal

    The German Mujahid

    2009, pp. 240, $ 11.99
    Region: Algeria
    Based on a true story and inspired by the work of Primo Levi, The German Mujahid is a heartfelt reflection on the harsh imperatives of history.

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