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edited by Ross Bradshaw

Crime is the third annual themed compendium of essays from Five Leaves, following Maps and Utopia. The essays are quirky, intelligent and th …

Available (Published: October 2013)
ISBN: 9781907869792


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The Killing of Emma Gross

by Damien Seaman

Dusseldorf prostitute Emma Gross has been murdered and the police have charged Peter Kurten – the “Vampire of Dusseldorf”, the first man eve …

Available (Published: June 2013)
ISBN: 9781907869815


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A Taste for Malice

by Michael J Malone

DI Ray McBain is back at work and on filing duty. Desperate for something to do, a pair of old files intrigue him. In the first a woman push …

Out of print (Originally published: June 2013)
ISBN: 9781907869754


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Reading Room Only: Memoir of a Radical Bibliophile

by Phil Cohen

Phil Cohen – at one time “Dr John”, the leading figure of London hippy squatters in 1969, and erstwhile Professor of Cultural Studies at the …

Available (Published: April 2013)
ISBN: 9781907869785


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Things of Substance: New & Selected Poems

by Liz Cashdan

Things of Substance brings together poems written over the last six years with selected pieces from earlier publications. It is a substantia …

Available (Published: April 2013)
ISBN: 9781907869761


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London Fictions

by Andrew Whitehead, Jerry White

London Fictions is a book about London, real and imagined. Two dozen contemporary writers, from Cathi Unsworth to Courttia Newland, reflect …

Available (Published: April 2013)
ISBN: 9781907869662


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Ship of Fools: Short Stories from the Mental Health Front Line

by Rod Madocks

“It’s not the patients you should worry about. It’s the staff you should watch out for. ” Ship of Fools comprises twenty short stories, one …

Available (Published: April 2013)
ISBN: 9781907869778


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London E1

by Robert Poole

Jimmy Wilson is an East End boy whose father tends a barrow on Brick Lane. As an eleven year old, and twelve years later after the war, he i …

Out of print (Originally published: November 2012)
ISBN: 9781907869624


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The Open Door

by Alan Sillitoe

The Open Door follows Saturday Night and Sunday Morning as the final volume in the Seaton series. Returning on a troopship from Malaya in 19 …

Available (Published: November 2012)
ISBN: 9781907869631


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by David Belbin

Student follows Alison from Merseyside on the day she gets her A level results to her university finals three years later, with one chapter …

Available (Published: September 2012)
ISBN: 9781907869532


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