Browse Books By Category: Fiction
Girl, Woman, Other follows the lives and struggles of twelve very different people in Britain, predominantly female and black. Aged 19 to 93, they span a variety of ages, cultural backgrounds, sexualities, classes and occupations as they tell the stories of themselves, their families, friends and lo…
Published: 02-05-2019
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In an African city in secession land tourists of all languages and nationalities. They have only one desire: to make a fortune by exploiting the mineral wealth of the country. They work during the day in mining concession and, as soon as night falls, they go out to get drunk, dance, eat and abandon …
Published: Oct-15
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A writer in self-imposed exile in London receives a call from the Prime Minister of his former country, inviting him to return to write the Prime Minister’s biography, to chronicle his successful tenure at the helm of a rapidly developing country. Filled with a mixture of dread, fear and intrigue, t…
Published: Jun-14
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Finaba Marah yearns to fit in with the other girls of her age, and nothing will allow her to do that more than the initiation ceremony that her grandmother Baramusu has told her so much about. Finaba’s parents’ fiercely object to the ceremony, which they believe claimed the life of her elder sister,…
Published: 17-Jul-14
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Set against the backdrop of Nigeria’s ongoing terrorism tensions, Satans and Shaitans tells the story of two powerful men, Chief Donald Amechi and world acclaimed televangelist, Chris Chuba, both members of the internationally renowned Sacred Order of the Universal Forces. Members of the Order from …
Published: 18-Nov-14
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‘Beautiful, elegiac, and optimistic.’ Chris Abani, author of Graceland. Imagine a post-human world where Oafs rule what is left of the planet. Humans have been reduced to a subspecies called mans and are kept as pets. And a boy oaf and his beautiful pet mans will teach us about love, justice and bra…
Published: 19-Mar-15
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July 7, 2005. Simon Weekes is travelling on the London underground. Shortly into the journey, the carriage is wrecked by a massive bomb blast. Virtually everyone is killed and almost all the survivors are severely injured. Simon is among the lucky few to have escaped relatively unharmed. Seconds aft…
Published: 01-Oct-15
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The Elephant and the Bee is the memoir of a young white Kenyan girl whose lifelong quest to change the world leads her deep into the unknown, round the bend and then back again. Driven by a childhood urge to ‘Save the World’ young, naive Kenyan, Jess de Boer leaves her pampered and privileged home i…
Published: 11-Apr-16
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From Pasta to Pigfoot is a contemporary, multi-cultural novel that tells the story of Faye Bonsu, a pasta-loving, underachieving PA whose upbringing in leafy Hampstead, London has given her little opportunity to understand her African heritage. Her less than successful attempts to be seen as more th…
Published: 01-May-2015
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Pasta-fanatic, girl-next-door Faye Bonsu is back for another adventure in love, life and culture in Second Helpings, the brilliant, romantic sequel to the top-selling debut From Pasta to Pigfoot! Faye Bonsu seems to have it all; a drop-dead gorgeous and successful boyfriend, a bourgeoning career as …
Published: 19-May-2016
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After the sudden death of her mother, London photographer Joy struggles to pull the threads of her life back together, with the support of her kind but mysterious neighbour Mrs Harris. Joy’s fortune begins to change when she receives an unexpected inheritance from her mother: a huge sum of money, he…
Published: 25-Jun-2015
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The Book of Harlan opens with the courtship of Harlan’s parents and his 1917 birth in Macon, Georgia. After his prominent minister grandfather dies, Harlan and his parents move to Harlem, where he eventually becomes a professional musician. When Harlan and his best friend, trumpeter Lizard Robbins, …
Published: 04-Oct-2016
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‘Never cover an assignment without collecting a brown envelope,’ Boniface had said. ‘It is a real life saver for all journalists in this country.’ Ifiok, a young journalist working for the government radio station in Lagos, Nigeria, aspires to always do the right thing but the odds seem to be stacke…
Published: 17-Jan-2017
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Set in rural Jamaica, Swimming with Fishes evokes the pain of a love affair between a London-born businessman and a native Jamaican and how that affair grows beyond either of their expectations. Sickle Cell Anaemia sufferer, Kat wants a baby more than life itself. When the town herbalist foretells o…
Published: 25-May-2017
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