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Harmless Like You: Shortlisted for the Desmond Elliott Prize 2017

Rowan Hisayo Buchanan
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WINNER OF THE 2017 AUTHOR'S CLUB FIRST NOVEL AWARD SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2017 DESMOND ELLIOTT PRIZESHORTLISTED FOR THE 2017 BETTY TRASK PRIZESHORTLISTED FOR THE 2016 BAMB READERS AWARD FOR BREAKTHROUGH AUTHORLONGLISTED FOR THE 2016 JHALAK PRIZE'This brilliant debut novel by Rowan Hisayo Buchanan is cause for celebration.' LORRIE MOOREWritten in startlingly beautiful prose, HARMLESS LIKE YOU is set across New York, Berlin and Connecticut, following the stories of Yuki Oyama, a Japanese girl fighting to make it as an artist, and Yuki's son Jay who, as an adult in the present day, is forced to confront his mother who abandoned him when he was only two years old.HARMLESS LIKE YOU is an unforgettable novel about the complexities of identity, art, adolescent friendships and familial bonds, offering a unique exploration of love, loneliness and reconciliation.

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Why Suffering?

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The Strange Files

Elliott Hall
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Elliott Hall

Private eye Felix Strange doesn't work homicide cases. He saw enough dead bodies fighting in the Great Patriotic Crusade against Iran, a war that left him with a crippling disease with no name and no cure. Strange collars cheating husbands and insurance fraudsters, scraping together just enough to pay for the black-market medicine that he needs to stay alive. So when he is summoned to a Manhatten hotel room to investigate the murder of America's best-loved preacher, he'd rather not get involved. But powerful people have hired Strange for a reason. Felix finds himself faced with religious police, organised crime and ghosts from his past as he uncovers a conspiracy that reaches the very heart of a newly fundamentalist America where biblical prophecy is foreign policy.THE STRANGE FILES is equal parts sizzling satire and thrilling dystopian epic containing the complete Strange Trilogy, the prequel story The Fall, exclusive bonus material and the story of Felix Strange's first case, The Promised Land.

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The Marlowe Papers

Ros Barber
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Ros Barber

*WINNER OF THE DESMOND ELLIOTT PRIZE 2013*On May 30th, 1593, a celebrated young playwright was killed in a tavern brawl in London. That, at least, was the official version. Now Christopher Marlowe reveals the truth: that his 'death' was an elaborate ruse to avoid being convicted of heresy; that he was spirited across the Channel to live on in lonely exile; that he continued to write plays and poetry, hiding behind the name of a colourless man from Stratford - one William Shakespeare. With the grip of a thriller and the emotional force of a sonnet, this remarkable novel in verse gives voice to a man who was brilliant, passionate and mercurial. A cobbler's son who counted nobles among his friends, a spy in the Queen's service, a fickle lover and a declared religious sceptic, he was always courting trouble. Memoir, love letter, confession, settling of accounts and a cry for recognition as the creator of some of the most sublime works in the English language, The Marlowe Papers brings Christopher Marlowe and his era to vivid life. Written by a poet and scholar, it is a work of exceptional art, erudition and imagination.

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The Fall

Elliott Hall
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Elliott Hall

Army vet turned private eye, Felix Strange is working the mean streets of New York, desperately trying to earn enough to fund the black-market drugs he needs to stay alive. In a newly fundamentalist America governed by Christian extremists where women's bodies are no longer their own, taking on the case of a young girl indicted for murder after a miscarriage is reckless. But not even Strange can imagine that this is just the beginning . . .Taking the dark crazy world of LA noir and turning it on its head, The Fall is the perfect introduction to the terrifying dystopian world Elliott Hall has created in The First Stone, The Rapture and The Children's Crusade. Paying homage to the genius of Dashiell Hammett, Raymond Chandler and James Ellroy, it is a wholly original take on the genre.

Hodder & Stoughton

The Children's Crusade

Elliott Hall
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Elliott Hall
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The Children who Fought Hitler

Sue Elliott, James Fox
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Hodder & Stoughton

The Rapture

Elliott Hall
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Elliott Hall

Isaac Taylor isn't missing. According to government records, he never existed. PI Felix Strange isn't convinced, not least because Isaac is an old army buddy. The man saved his life in Tehran, so the least Strange can do is dig up some leads. Strange soon discovers Isaac isn't the only one missing. All over the country, young and old, men and women, the good and the trying-to-be, are disappearing - quite literally without a trace. If Strange doesn't figure out what's happening fast, someone close to him will fall into a patch of thin air. A dark and compelling thriller, The Rapture is a brilliantly realised depiction of a society all too chillingly close to our own. The second in the Strange trilogy it pays homage to the genius of Dashiell Hammett, Raymond Chandler and James Ellroy, while offering a wholly original take on the noir genre.

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The First Stone

Elliott Hall
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Elliott Hall
Hodder Paperbacks

Invisible Armies

Jon Evans
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Jon Evans

If you can manipulate the web you can change the world. You can also get away with murder over and over again . . . Danielle Leaf thought she was just delivering a passport to help a friend. Then she was abducted and imprisoned in remote rural India. Her desperate escape is only the beginning. Now she has been drawn into a war between a transnational mining company that is poisoning Third World farmers and the invisible armies of anti-corporate protesters who oppose it. It is a dizzying world of whirlwind romance on the Goa coast; bloody street battles in Paris; shadowy computer hackers and mysterious benefactors. Danielle grows more deeply involved in this battle than she ever expected. Then she unearths a deadly secret. Soon she will be running for her life - from an enemy who will find her no matter where she hides . . .

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The Blood Price

Jon Evans
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Jon Evans

Paul Wood was just a tourist in battle-scarred Sarajevo. Then an unexpected encounter changed his life. Now he is a desperate woman's only hope of escape. To get her to safety, he must find a way through the minefield of warlords, criminals, and peacekeepers that is postwar Bosnia.Pursued by brutal gangsters, unable to leave the country legally, Paul agrees to do a job for a shadowy group of human traffickers, in exchange for safe passage. The traffickers seem friendly. The job seems harmless. But when he discovers the secrets seething beneath, the repercussions will propel him on a perilous journey around the world - from a warlord's compound in lawless Albania, through the jungles of Latin America, and towards an explosive confrontation at an extraordinary festival in the Nevada desert . . .

Ros Barber

Ros Barber was born in Washington DC and raised in England. She is the author of three collections of poetry, the latest of which (Material, Anvil 2008) was a Poetry Book Society Recommendation. Her short fiction, which won prizes in the Asham and Independent on Sunday short story competitions, has been published by Bloomsbury and Serpents Tail. Her poetry has appeared in Poetry Review, Poetry Wales, Poetry London, London Magazine, The Guardian, the Independent on Sunday and many other publications; it also features in anthologies published by Faber, Virago, Anvil and Seren. As Dr. Barber she has published academic papers on Christopher Marlowe. In 2011 she was awarded the Hoffman Prize for THE MARLOWE PAPERS and in 2013 she won the Desmond Elliott Prize. She lives in Brighton and has four children.

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James Fox & Sue Elliott

James Fox was born in 1935 and was once one of the youngest pupils at the British Memorial School when it was evacuated in May 1940. After serving in the RAF with SHAPE in Paris he worked for NATO and in 1966 began a long and distinguished career with the Magnum Photos as Editor in Chief in New York and Paris. An accomplished photographer in his own right, he has published several volumes of photography. He lives in Paris. Sue Elliott is the author of the bestselling social history of adoption, Love Child. She lives in west London.

Sue Elliott

James Fox was born in 1935 and was once one of the youngest pupils at the British Memorial School when it was evacuated in May 1940. After serving in the RAF with SHAPE in Paris he worked for NATO and in 1966 began a long and distinguished career with the Magnum Photos as Editor in Chief in New York and Paris. An accomplished photographer in his own right, he has published several volumes of photography. He lives in Paris. Sue Elliott is the author of the bestselling social history of adoption, Love Child. She lives in west London.

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