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  • Alan Parks

    February's Son

    2018, pp. 336, $ 9.99
    Region: Scotland
    Book collection: World Noir
    The second thrilling installment in the Harry McCoy series. “McCoy is so noir he makes most other Scottish cops seem light grey.”— The Times A man hangs himself in a neighborhood chapel. Bodies of young girls are being found in canals and rivers across the city...
  • Alan Parks

    February's Son

    2019, pp. 336, $ 18.00
    Region: Scotland
    Book collection: World Noir
    The second thrilling installment in the Harry McCoy series. “McCoy is so noir he makes most other Scottish cops seem light grey.”— The Times A man hangs himself in a neighborhood chapel. Bodies of young girls are being found in canals and rivers across the city...
  • Felicity Castagna

    No More Boats

    2019, pp. 250, $ 9.99
    Region: Australia
    A finalist for the Miles Franklin Literary Award in 2018, No More Boats is not only a riveting story of a modern family it directly addresses issues that many nations around the world are grappling with as never before—namely, immigration, xenophobia, protectionism, racism, media manipulation,...
  • Levan Berdzenishvili

    Sacred Darkness

    2019, pp. 256, $ 9.99
    Region: Georgia
    Based on true events, a thrilling marriage of reportage and fiction, Sacred Darkness brings together the stories of a group of citizens from the Soviet Union who find themselves in an extraordinary, absurd condition. As a political dissident, Berdzenishvili lands in jail, serving...
  • Laurent Gaudé

    Hear Our Defeats

    2019, pp. 224, $ 9.99
    Region: France
    From the winner of the Prix Goncourt Timely and provocative, Hear Our Defeats is a novel about the battles that define us. The battles lost, won, and those still being fought. A French intelligence officer, Assem, is tasked with tracking down a former member of the U.S. Special...
  • Fabio Bartolomei

    We Are Family

    2019, pp. 288, $ 9.99
    Region: Italy
    Al Santamaria is a child prodigy, maybe a genius. It is not out of the realm of possibility that he, alone, will save the human race. But first, he has to solve a far more urgent problem: finding a home for his family. He exists, like many kids, in a realm located somewhere between reality...
  • Su Bristow

    Sealskin

    2019, pp. 240, $ 9.99
    Region: Britain
    Donald, a young fisherman, is overwhelmed when he comes across a group of beautiful women dancing on the shore beneath the moonlight. They are selkies — seals that shed their skin once a year to become human for a few hours. The decision he makes that night, to capture one of these selkies and...
  • Felicity Castagna

    No More Boats

    2019, pp. 250, $ 17.00
    Region: Australia
    A finalist for the Miles Franklin Literary Award in 2018, No More Boats is not only a riveting story of a modern family it directly addresses issues that many nations around the world are grappling with as never before—namely, immigration, xenophobia, protectionism, racism, media manipulation,...
  • Levan Berdzenishvili

    Sacred Darkness

    2019, pp. 256, $ 17.00
    Region: Georgia
    Based on true events, a thrilling marriage of reportage and fiction, Sacred Darkness brings together the stories of a group of citizens from the Soviet Union who find themselves in an extraordinary, absurd condition. As a political dissident, Berdzenishvili lands in jail, serving...
  • Laurent Gaudé

    Hear Our Defeats

    2019, pp. 224, $ 17.00
    Region: France
    From the winner of the Prix Goncourt Timely and provocative, Hear Our Defeats is a novel about the battles that define us. The battles lost, won, and those still being fought. A French intelligence officer, Assem, is tasked with tracking down a former member of the U.S. Special...

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