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Happy holidays! And what a gift we have for you.
Treat yourself, a friend or a loved one to limited special signed copies of our brilliant titles. From The Book of Harlan to The Writers’ Retreat, we have signed editions for you to keep and cherish.
Choose the signed edition option from the drop down list below each title and take your pick from the selection below:
The Writers’ Retreat by Indu Balachandran
Jet off with Amby as she leaves behind her 9–5 job, and with new friends Mini and Bobby embarks on an unforgettable adventure of self-discovery and romance. Sun, sea and Santorini, makes for a heady combination.
Discover the truth behind one the most explosive stories in music, the making and selling of the Wu Tang Clan’s most secretive single copy album, Once Upon a Time in Shaolin. Written by one of the key negotiators, Cyrus Bozorgmehr expertly pulls together the wild elements of a bonkers idea into a compelling, exciting read.
Of Murder, Muses and Me by Claudia Chibici-Revneanu
This debut novel by Claudia Chibici-Revneanu is a quirky, immersive and often humorous “whodunit?” told by a thoroughly unreliable narrator, with twists all along the way.
An everyday man becomes an overnight hero swept along by the publicity surrounding his actions after a fatal bombing on the London underground – but he has a dark past and the sudden spotlight threatens to irrevocably upend his otherwise mundane life.
Swimming with Fishes by Rasheda Ashanti Malcolm
Set in rural Jamaica, Swimming with Fishes evokes the pain of a love affair between a London-born businessman and a native Jamaican as the affair grows far beyond either of their expectations.
Butterfly Fish by Irenosen Okojie
A spiritual successor to the tales of Marquez, Butterfly Fish masterfully combines elements of traditional Nigerian storytelling and magical realism in a multigenerational take on the legacy of inheritance. Haunting and compelling, Butterfly Fish is a richly told story of love and hope, of family secrets, power, political upheaval, loss and coming undone.
Available in both hardback and paperback copies.
Speak Gigantular by Irenosen Okoji
A startling short story collection from one of Britain’s rising literary stars. Irenosen Okojie’s gift is in her understated humour, her light touch, her razor-sharp assessment of the best and worst of humankind, and her unflinching gaze into the darkest corners of the human experience.
Beyond the Pale by Emily Urquhart
A heartfelt and enlightening new work for fans of Far From the Tree by Andrew Solomon and Rebecca Skloot’s The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. Understanding her daughter’s medical condition takes Urquhart through her own family tree and to a faraway continent, all the while unearthing discoveries that vacillate between beauty, amazement and horror.