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For Bill and Pete, friends since school, sixty is a defining moment, forcing a reappraisal of life as urgent as it is unexpected. But can they now move on, taking wives, girlfriends, children and each other, with them? Or must they return to Go, hoping, however late in the day, that life can start over again?
A stylish, taut, and atmospheric novel in the hardboiled tradition of American noir, Playboy is a thrilling examination of the seething, violent street life of Sao Paulo - and the political convulsions of contemporary Brazil.
"Originally published as Der Fealscher by DuMont Buchverlag 2013"--Title page verso.
Inspired by personal experience, a powerful, moving and beautifully structured novel dealing with the lives of children in care, from award-winning author Alex Wheatle.
The third high-speed thriller set in the world of Formula One from Toby Vintcent, starring corporate espionage officer Matt Straker and female F1 driver, Remy Sabatino.
An atmospheric, compelling and beautifully written crime debut, set in contemporary Brazil.
From the best-selling author of Old Man on a Bike, a travelogue telling the story of octogenarian Simon Gandolfi's travels across India by motorbike.
A travelogue telling the story of octogenarian Simon Gandolfi's travels across South America by motorbike, crossing the highest passes, alone and on minimal funds with no expensive gear and no back up, making friends, having fun, staying young.
Michael Arditti explores the personalities and politics involved in the making of a 1970s German film about the relationship between Unity Mitford and Hitler in this meditation on the nature of evil.
A young woman has been killed on a running trail, and a pendant depicting an Aztec god has been found in her possession. Another murder soon follows. All signs point to a serial killer. But can Anna catch the Hummingbird before he - or she - strikes again?
DI Joni Pax, a London homicide detective wounded in a disastrous raid, has been transferrred to the newly formed Police Force of North East England. Her boss, DCI Hector Rutherford is recently back at work after cancer treatment. Between them they are responsible for major crime in rural Northumberland and County Durham.
Twin sisters are separated in childhood but reunited in later life when they discover they were on opposing sides in the war.
As the ethical market grows, responsible travel and the protection of human rights are becoming common currency. For anyone interested in ethical travel and civil liberties, this book highlights various concerns of the world where the leisure and human rights violations collide.
Mohammed has spent the past 40 years working in France. As he approaches retirement, he takes stock of his life, his devotion to and to his assimilated children, and decides to return to Morocco, where he spends his savings building the biggest house in the village and waiting for his children and grandchildren to come and be with him.
'Fournier was being very naughty and it was important that the Brits got to him before the Americans - and had the evidence to blackmail him all the way to the Ninth Circle of Hell, where traitors were frozen in ice for all eternity.'