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Bicycle, The

As the Japanese army invade Singapore on bicycles in 1942, a young boy sees an opportunity to learn to ride

Bicycle, The Bicycle, The

Harlem Hellfighters, The

The story of the 369th Infantry Regiment in WWI, an African American unit called the Harlem Hellfighters

Harlem Hellfighters, The Harlem Hellfighters, The

Abandon the Old in Tokyo

A stark, evocative and fearless portrayal of loners, lost souls and villains inhabiting the sordid underbelly of 1960s Tokyo

Abandon the Old in Tokyo Abandon the Old in Tokyo

Lonesome Go, The

A tough but ultimately rewarding read anothologising Tim Lane's stories of isolation, depression and loneliness

Lonesome Go, The Lonesome Go, The

Robbie Burns: Witch Hunter

Scotland's most famous poet in a fantasy based around his own verse

Robbie Burns: Witch Hunter Robbie Burns: Witch Hunter
Bicycle, The Harlem Hellfighters, The Abandon the Old in Tokyo Lonesome Go, The Robbie Burns: Witch Hunter
Bicycle, The Harlem Hellfighters, The Abandon the Old in Tokyo Lonesome Go, The Robbie Burns: Witch Hunter

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