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The Women's Atlas

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by Seager, Joni
World events demonstrate that equality for women isn't only a women's issue: when women fulfil their potential, everyone benefits. Completely updated and redesigned, this new edition of Joni Seager's award-winning classic illustrates how women live across continents and cultures, and charts the status of women worldwide - the advances they have made and the distances still to be travelled. With vivid graphi...
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It's Gone Dark Over Bill's Mother's

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by Blower, Lisa
The matriarch dominates these award-winning stories in Lisa Blower's debut collection. From the wise, witty and outspoken Nan of 'Broken Crockery', who has lived and worked in Stoke on Trent for all of her 92 years, never owning a passport, to happy hooker Ruthie in 'The Land of Make Believe'; to sleep deprived Laura in 'The Trees in the Wood'; to young mum Roxanne in 'The Cherry Tree'; she appears in many ...
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The Murder of Harriet Monckton

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by Haynes, Elizabeth
On 7th November 1843, Harriet Monckton, 23 years old and a woman of respectable parentage and religious habits, is found murdered in the privy behind the chapel she regularly attended in Bromley, Kent.
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The Bead Collector

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by Atta, Sefi
Lagos, January 1976, six years after the Nigerian Civil War. A new military regime has been in power for six months, but rumors are spreading that a countercoup is imminent. At an art exhibition in the affluent Ikoyi neighborhood, Remi Lawal, a Nigerian woman who runs her own greeting-card shop, meets Frances Cooke, who introduces herself as an American art dealer, in Nigeria to buy rare beads. They become ...
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Everything Good Will Come

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by Atta, Sefi
It is 1971, a year after the Biafran War, and Nigeria is under military rule. The politics of the state matter less to eleven-year-old Enitan than whether her mother, now deeply religious since the death of Enitan's brother, will allow her friendship with the new girl next door, the brash and beautiful Sheri Bakare.
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New Daughters of Africa: An International Anthology of Writing by Women of African Descent

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by Busby, Margaret
Showcasing the work of more than 200 women writers of African descent, this major international collection celebrates their contributions to literature and international culture.
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Miss Laila, Armed and Dangerous

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by Joseph, Manu
On the day that Hindu nationalists and their controversial leader have won a spectacular election victory, a large apartment building collapses in Mumbai. The rescue operation finds only one survivor, a man trapped under a beam, mumbling in delirium. But what he is saying is that two people are on their way to carry out a terror attack. Not only must they get him out, the police must find out what he knows,...
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The Murder of Harriet Monckton

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by Haynes, Elizabeth
On 7th November 1843, Harriet Monckton, 23 years old and a woman of respectable parentage and religious habits, is found murdered in the privy behind the chapel she regularly attended in Bromley, Kent.
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Belonging

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by Sinha, Umi
Lila Langdon is twelve years old when she witnesses a family tragedy after her mother unveils her father's surprise birthday present - a tragedy that ends her childhood in India and precipitates a new life in Sussex with her Great-aunt Wilhelmina. From the darkest days of the British Raj through to the aftermath of the First World War, Belonging tells the interwoven story of three generations and their s...
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World Atlas of Sport

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by Alan Tomlinson
The World Atlas of Sport profiles who plays what, where and why. Looking at the globe's major competitive sports, from American football to wrestling, a commentary on significant sporting moments and celebrities is combined with factual data, infographics, illustrative maps and an analysis of the global business.
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Genie and Paul

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by Natasha Soobramanien
It's May 2003, and on the cyclone-devastated Indian Ocean island of Rodrigues, a dead male body is washed up on the beach. Rewind six weeks to the night when the cyclone began, and 25-year-old Genie Lallan wakes up in a London hospital bed after a night out with her brother, Paul. He is nowhere to be seen.
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Funny Weather

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by Kate Evans
'Funny Weather' is a full-length comic book by one of Britain's leading environmental cartoonists explaining the scientific principles behind climate change in a fun and accessible way.
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Rumble Strip

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by Phoenix, Woodrow
This is a powerful and darkly humorous graphic polemic by a leading British comics artist that investigates our increasingly dangerous relationship with cars. If you want to get away with murder, buy a car. Combining autobiography, statistics, case histories, advertising and reportage, Woodrow Phoenix draws a compelling picture of the warped psychology behind our need for speed.
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Men Like Air

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by Connolly, Tom
Tom Connolly's dazzling second novel is a funny, turbulent, and heartfelt study of male relationships, and a glorious love letter to the city of New York.It is April in Manhattan and the destinies of four very different men are about to collide. Nineteen-year-old Finn has just arrived in the city with his irrepressible and volatile girlfriend, Dilly, determined to even the score with his older brother Jack ...
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Redemption Ground: Essays and Adventures

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by Goodison, Lorna
This enlightening, entertaining, profoundly political and poetic gathering of essays by the Poet Laureate of Jamaica covers a wealth of subjects, from the odd dissociation of a colonial education to the reality of life in the wider world, the singing of hymns in school and the way their words stay with us, to the many influences--music, art, storytelling, theatre, cinema, travel, religion, family life and p...
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Noon in Paris, Eight in Chicago

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by Cowie, Douglas
Chicago, 1947: on a freezing February night, France's feminist icon Simone de Beauvoir calls up radical resident novelist Nelson Algren, asking him to show her around. After a whirlwind tour of dive bars, cabarets and the police lockup, the pair return to his apartment on Wabansia Avenue. Here, a passion is sparked that will last for the next two decades.Their relationship intensifies during intoxicating mo...
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The Cloths of Heaven

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by Sue Eckstein
AS HEARD ON BBC RADIO 4 WOMAN'S HOUR In this assured debut about loneliness and passion in Africa, Sue Eckstein enthrals with a deliciously intricate plot, compelling characters and razor-sharp dialogue. West Africa in the early 1990s. Isabel Redmond is tiring of her iconoclastic husband's penchant for pendulous black breasts; the High Commissioner and his wife Fenella are both enjoying illicit affairs; a...
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Invisibles

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by Siegle/1
Joel Burns has always believed his father is still alive. His mother Jackie has long been glad to know Gilberto is dead. When a sighting on a news report from Rio de Janeiro suggests Joel might be right, he travels to Brazil determined to find his long-lost father. Nelson, a down-and-out musician guided by the spirits of Jesus, Yemanja and his late Aunt Zila, helps Joel retrace his childhood steps - and fa...
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The Drive

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by Keevil, Tyler
A single call from his Czech girlfriend catapults Trevor into a serious crisis. Desperate to get his mojo back, he blazes down Highway 99 in a rented Dodge Neon. But soon his journey to California is fraught with peril, and all he has for protection are a semi-automatic pistol, his trusty plastic visor and a flea-ridden cat. As the drugs and the heartbreak kick in, the question is no longer whether Trevor ...
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We are Made of Earth

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by Karnezis, Panos
When an overcrowded dinghy capsizes at sea, a doctor is among those refugees thrown overboard. In the ensuing panic, he saves one life and condemns another. The doctor and the boy he has saved-the only surviving witness to the crime-eventually reach a tiny Greek island where they are offered shelter by the owner of a small travelling circus, itself marooned in the off-season. Debt-ridden, the circus owner k...
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