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The Man Who Loved Dogs
 The Man Who Loved Dogs Moscow under Stalin, Frida Kahlo's Mexico, Trotsky's assassination and contemporary Cuba in one magical novel.
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 101 Places in Italy, A Private Grand Tour

101 Places in Italy, A Private Grand Tour by Francis Russell
'The author has achieved the near impossible…a must-squeeze-into-hand-baggage or the back pack... '
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 A Crack in the Wall

A Crack in the Wall by Claudia Pineiro
'A thoughtful and thriller style book about greed, guilt, ambition and breaking free of the rat race....'
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 A Cut-Like Wound

A Cut-Like Wound by Anita Nair
'Nair writes big, brave descriptions of one brutal murder after the next...'
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 A Dark Song of Blood

A Dark Song of Blood by Ben Pastor
'The historical milieu of these books is grim, but Pastor's character examinations are precise and engrossing...'
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 A Grain of Truth

A Grain of Truth by Zygmunt Miloszewski
'A satisfying thriller that relies on familiar pleasures but it also maintains our interest through an intelligent analysis of Polish society and its values...'
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 A Jew Must Die

A Jew Must Die by Jacques Chessex
'Vivid and beautifully crafted 'A Jew Must Die' is at times shocking in its depiction of the ordinariness of evil. A horrifying masterpiece...'
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 A Not So Perfect Crime

A Not So Perfect Crime by Teresa Solana
'Perfect summer reading-indeed thoroughly enjoyable any time...'
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 A Shortcut to Paradise

A Shortcut to Paradise by Teresa Solana
'Solana's second novel made me laugh so much the tears soon rolled. She shoots from the hip at the guardians of culture...'
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 A Walk in the Dark

A Walk in the Dark by Gianrico Carofiglio
''At one level an exciting courtroom thriller, but what places it in a superior league is the portrayal of a slice of Italian society not normally encountered in crime fiction and an immensely appealing flawed hero.''
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 All Yours

All Yours by Claudia Pineiro
'If you read only one crime book in translation this year, make it this one...'
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