We are are very sad to announce that Daša Drndic, the award-winning author of Trieste, Leica Format and Belladonna, has died.
Katharina Bielenberg describes how we came to publish The Life of Rebecca Jones.
Lloyd Jones describes the bond between author and translator
Angharad Price describes the writing and inspiration of The Life of Rebecca Jones
As we emerge from the winter chill, we are off to sunny Wales for our May book - The Life of Rebecca Jones by Angharad Price
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The gripping sequel to Antonin Varenne's historical epic, Retribution Road
A "House of Cards" for the E.U. Commission: Winner of the German Book Prize
A poet's memoir of his mother that flows backwards through time, and excavates a shard of European history - a deeply honest, tender and yet unsentimental autobiographical journey
The most popular series by the most successful Chinese author - a cultural monument translated into English for the first time
The acclaimed story of a young girl's awakening - set in the the evocative, beautiful Ukrainian/Polish city of Lviv
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The lives of three intertwined families in prewar Budapest are shattered in the German occupation - by the bestselling author of The Door.
A bristling follow-on from Belladonna - shortlisted for both the EBRD Prize and the Oxford-Weidenfeld Translation Prize
Nathacha Appanah returns with a powerful, beautiful novel about lost youth on a far-flung, forgotten island.
A moving novel about Palestine's Calamity, for readers of Amos Oz and Orhan Pamuk - by the finest living Arabic novelist
The Oblique Place is an exceptional literary journey, an achingly beautiful fusion of memories and history unlike any other.
A deeply personal, beautiful and powerful novel about life and loss from the acclaimed author of Brodeck's Report and Grey Souls.
Anne Capestan returns with her squad to investigate a serial killer with victims all over France
The hunt for Virginie Despentes' enigmatic hero continues in the second title in her bestselling trilogy.
A contemporary Berlin fairy tale that bristles with urban truths - the first novel of Germany's most successful playwright
A slick, darkly ironic love story - set between Paris and New York - for fans of Junot Díaz
"Perhaps the worst thing about war is the peace that follows . . ." The follow-up to Uncertain Glory, the acclaimed masterpiece of the Spanish Civil War
As soldiers set sail for the fighting in Algeria, the legacy of the Second World War persists in this gripping tale of retribution and betrayal from one of Europe's leading crime writers
A seductive blend of fiction and autobiography, set in America's "Silver State", by the pre-eminent Basque author
The cult French social satire that has taken Europe by storm, and cast a penetrating light on the dark underbelly of modern urban life.
A new crime series with a difference: a brilliant police officer joins forces with a team of misfits to investigate decades-old unsolved crimes.
A timely parable on the perils of growing old and infirm in an unforgiving modern world - by the author of the acclaimed Trieste
One Hundred Years of Solitude meets The Kite Runner in Saddam Hussein's Iraq
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