Chatto & Windus

The Great Level

By Stella Tillyard - Published 2018

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England during the interregnum in the 17th century. Jan Brunt, a Dutch engineer, is employed to assist in drawing up plans for the ...Read Review

Monsieur Ka

By Vesna Goldsworthy - Published 2018

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Literary

London in the bitterly cold post-war winter of 1947. Albert & Albertine Whitelaw are a recently married couple. Albert was an officer in the ...Read Review

Overland

By Graham Rawle - Published 2018

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Literary

Considering one of Graham Rawle’s previous novels was composed entirely of text cut from vintage women’s magazines, it should come as ...Read Review

The White King

By Leanda de Lisle - Published 2017Published 2018

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Nonfiction

Charles I of England, the “White King,” a man with an illustrious heritage, was the head of the Anglican Church, to which he ...Read Review

White Chrysanthemum

By Mary Lynn Bracht - Published 2018

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“Comfort women” is a euphemism for the girls and women forced to serve as prostitutes by Imperial Japanese forces during WWII—perhaps 200,000 in ...Read Review

The Wish Child

By Catherine Chidgey - Published 2017

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Literary

It has been over ten years since the publication of Catherine Chidgey’s previous novel, also historical fiction. This seems a very long ...Read Review

The Woolgrower’s Companion

By Joy Rhoades - Published 2017

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Kate Dowd and her father, Ralph, wait on the railway platform to collect two Italian prisoners of war who have been assigned to ...Read Review

Flâneuse: Women Walk the City in Paris, New York, Tokyo, Venice and London

By Lauren Elkin - Published 2016

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Nonfiction

It’s quite difficult to classify this book. Part memoir of Lauren Elkin’s love affair with the city as a locus of ...Read Review

The Evening Road

By Laird Hunt - Published 2017

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Literary

This is a gem of a book about race and entitlement, deftly and beautifully told. Ottie Lee Henshaw, a white woman in rural ...Read Review

Judas

By Amos Oz - By Nicholas de Lange (trans.) - Published 2016

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Literary

Jerusalem in the winter of 1959-1960, and Shmuel Ash drops out of his postgraduate university studies with his life in a mess: his ...Read Review

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