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Our Fathers
Our Fathers (Paperback)
Andrew O'Hagan
A novel that recalls the 1950s social realism of authors such as Alan Sillitoe, Keith Waterhouse and Stan Barstow.
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Memento Mori
Memento Mori (Paperback)
Muriel Spark; A. L. Kennedy
A brilliant, daring and darkly funny novel by Muriel Spark, 'mistress of the highest high comedy' (The Times)
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