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2016 Classics Challenge: The Country Girls

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- May 31st, 2016

The Country Girls caused outrage when it was first published in 1960 but it is now recognised as a modern classic and is celebrated for its revolutionary and honest discussion of love, sex and womanhood.

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On the origins of genocide and crimes against humanity – East West Street by Philippe Sands

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- May 25th, 2016

‘East West Street is a landmark moment’ Jon Snow

We couldn’t agree more and are delighted to share our trailer for Philippe Sands’ wonderful new book below. Click here to read an exclusive extract in the Guardian.

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Win The Danish Girl DVD and notebook

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- May 16th, 2016

The Danish Girl is now out on DVD and we’ve got 5 copies to give away.

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2016 Classics Challenge: The Outsider

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- May 5th, 2016

The Outsider was an instant literary sensation when it was first published in 1956. It remains the seminal work on alienation, creativity and the modern mind.

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One Author’s Note by Piers Torday

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- April 15th, 2016

This week we publish The Death of an Owl by Paul Torday. This was very sadly the novel Paul was working on when he passed away. Two thirds of it were written but it has been completed by his son Piers, who is a bestselling and prizewinning author in his own right. Here Piers explains why he finished writing his father’s last book.

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