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by Emma Donoghue
Published: Picador, 2010
Near fine proof. Shortlisted for the 2010 MAN Booker Prize and now a prize-winning film.
Gone are the Leaves
by Anne Donovan
Published: Canongate, 2014
Fine proof. Latest novel by Orange Prize-listed author.
by Helen Dunmore
Published: Hutchinson, 2014
Fine proof. Signed by the author. Dunmore's spare and beautiful meditation on World War I has been quickly reprinted.
by Joe Dunthorne
Fine proof. Author's first novel and subsequently made into a film.
The Green Road
by Anne Enright
Published: Jonathan Cape, 2015
Fine proof. Latest novel from Booker-winner. Booker longlisted 2015. Signed by the author. Now Costa and Dublin International Prize shortlisted.
The Round House
by Louise Erdrich
Published: Corsair, 2013
Fine proof. Unread, but with a very small fold to the top corner of a page midway through. US National Book Award Winning novel.
The Mirror World of Melody Black
by Gavin Extence
Published: Hodder & Stoughton, 2015
The Crimson Petal and the White
by Michel Faber
Published: Canongate, 2002
Near fine proof, albeit with a number of reading creases down the spine and a small dark smudge to top of block. Ali Smith's copy, but unattributed as such. Signed by the author.
The Shock of the Fall
by Nathan Filer
Published: Harper Collins, 2013
Fine proof. Well-received debut novel and winner of the 2013 Costa First Novel Award. Signed by the author.
The Narrow Road to the Deep North
by Richard Flanagan
Published: Chatto, 2014
Fine proof. Very well-reviewed novel, shortlisted for Miles Franklin prize and certain to be in the running for more awards. Now shortlisted for Booker 2014. Signed copy.
by Amity Gaige
Published: Faber, 2013
Near fine proof. Fine novel with echoes of Lolita, Shortlisted for the Folio Prize 2014.
The Signature of All Things
by Elizabeth Gilbert
Published: Bloomsbury, 2013
Near fine proof, with a small crease to top left corner of front panel and a little associated bumping to that corner, signed to stuck-down Bloomsbury bookplate to title page. Shortlisted for the Wellcome Prize and Bailey's Prize and variously described as 'sumptuous' by the New Yorker, and 'dazzling' by the Observer and FT.
The Secret River
by Kate Grenville
Published: Canongate, 2006
Near fine proof. A couple of spots to front panel. Signed by the author. Shortlisted for the MAN Booker Prize.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
by Mark Haddon
Published: Jonathan Cape, 2003
Fine proof, albeit with the laminate beginning to separate at a couple of corners. Longlisted for the 2003 Man Booker prize. Winner of the Whitbread Novel Prize. Signed by the author, with a publicity postcard laid in.
The Gone-Away World
by Nick Harkaway
Published: William Heinemann, 2008
Fine proof of successful work of dystopian fantasy, with just a small bump to bottom of spine. Signed by the author.
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