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Reversing Time: One Boy's Quest to Change History
The odds are definitely against Simon, racing home from school every day a step ahead...
Leaves on Frozen Ground
CĂ©line Vaillancourt saw the untamed forest in shades of apprehension. But Edmund, her 11-year-old son,...
A Good Name
Twelve years in America and Eziafa Okereke has nothing to show for it. Desperate to...
Gauguin's Moon
Daniella believes her lost mother is a World War II spy, but is terrorized by...
The Afrikaner
Zoe Du Plessis's story unfolds against the backdrop of 1996 South Africa, caught in the...
The Golden Shower: Or What Men Want
The first novel by renowned Slovene publisher, politician, and TV personality Luka Novak is an...
At twenty, Sheyda Porrouya's life is almost over. Born in Iran on the day staunchly orthodox mullas declare the birth of the Islamic Republic, she is witness to their purging of the country of all things Western and un-Islamic. To make matters worse, as she matures, Sheyda seems increasingly unable to distinguish between fairy tale and reality. And her behaviour becomes increasingly erratic. Accused of killing her mother, Sheyda is sentenced to death by hanging. As she awaits either release or execution, the narrative jumps back and forth from Sheyda's childhood to life in one of Iran's most notorious prisons.

"I was called Lady Whore so often that the guards finally picked up the name and started teasing me with it too, except that they would add my full name to it and bark Lady Whore Sheyda Porrouya before collapsing onto their backs in thigh-slapping laughter. Within three days, my... "
Through the Sad Wood Our Corpses Will Hang
Melba's Wash
Cadillac Road
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Stay With Me, Lella
Wordwings
Stained Glass
Sometimes It Snows in America
Rosemary Bluebell
Ramya's Treasure
The Tenants of the Hotel Biron
Farida
Shadowshine