The Concubine and the Slave-Catcher
Qaisra Shahrazi
In The Concubine and The Slave-Catcher anthology, Qaisra Shahraz captivates us with her storytelling magic.
Out September 2017
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Sugar Sugar: Bitter-sweet Tales of Indian Migrant Workers
Lainy Malkani
A fascinating web of honey-coloured threads linking Indian migrant workers, who first left the Sub-Continent more than a hundred and fifty years ago, and their descendants now living in contemporary Britain.
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The Warehouse
S.S. Mausoof
The Warehouse rules throughout war-torn Waziristan barely pausing for breath.
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Leo Zeilig
An Ounce of Practice
is a richly populated and original novel about the toll of fighting wholeheartedly for a political cause.
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Wytske Versteeg (translated by Sarah Welling)
Kito is the only child of his adoptive parents. Chubby and dark-skinned, he is ruthlessly bullied at school, but at home he says nothing of what he is going through.
Vamba Sherif
The proud Republic of Liberia was founded in the 19th century with the triumphant return of the freed slaves from America to Africa. Once back ‘home’, however, these Americo-Liberians had to integrate with the resident tribes – who did not want or welcome them.
Pete Kalu
Ghostly players from the winning 1966 England World Cup team has come to the aid  of Ducie High XI school football team .but what pound of living flesh will the zombies demand...?
Melanie Schwapp
Born with dark skin into a family that prides themselves on their light complexion, and deprived of familial love, affection and security, Nola falls victim  to her father’s abusive behaviour.
Mohini Kent
Against a background of monsoons and heat waves, shanty towns and expensive bungalows, rich old women and angry young men, love and tradition, and religious conflict and social upheaval, lives will change forever.
Jeremy Cameron
Jeremy Cameron’s final  novel in the Nicky Burkett series. Things don’t go quite as Nicky had hoped after his return and there is Hell on Hoe Street…
Jeremy Cameron
Third in Jeremy Cameron’s original series following the fortunes of lovable small time criminal Nicky Burkett
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Pete Kalu
The latest ‘Striker’ novel looks at the world of football from an adolescent female perspective
Jeremy Cameron
Second in the ‘Nicky Burkett’ series. Authentic crime on the streets of Walthamstow.
Edited by Divya Mathur
Courtship, marriage, betrayal, and living up to Indian ideals of behaviour in an alien environment runs through this collection of short stories
Peter Kalu
This is a book full to the brim with joy, heartache and passion for the beautiful game.
Jeremy Cameron
A hilarious hybrid of Elmore Leonard and Quentin Tarantino.
Vamba Sherif
A rich mix of African tradition, classic crime fiction and the supernatural.
Tariq Mehmood
Her dad is Pakistani and her mother is white Christian, and somehow she feels as if she doesn't quite fit in.
Balraj Khanna
A hilarious hybrid of Elmore Leonard and Quentin Tarantino.
Jeroen Leinders (Translator Brian Doyle)
Loosely based on the Slave Revolt on the island of Curaçao in 1795.
Cynthia McLeod (Translator Gerald R Mettam)
A frank exposé of life in the Dutch slave colony of Suriname when sugar ruled as king.
Yan Ge (Translator Nicky Harmon)
Ensuing tensions reveal that the relationships between two families are founded on a terrible lie.
Sylvester Young
This book tells it how it really was for black football players a generation ago.
Ralph Robb
A hard-hitting account of karate training during the 1980s in one of Europe’s toughest dojos.
Fadi Azzam  (translator Adam Talib)
Three women struggle against the forces of society, family, and passion in a small Druze village.  
Qaisra Shahraz
What do your clothes say about your values and attitudes to other things in life?
Lauri Kubuitsile
Atmospheric and evocative, these stories will entertain and transport you to the hot, dusty heart of Botswana. 
Dave Renton
Cyril Lionel Robert James (1901-89), a leading black intellectual.
Brian Morton
Miles Davis was one of the greatest jazz musicians, bandleaders and composers.
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Ron Ramdin
She came to England in the hope of serving in the Crimean War.
Bai Hua (translator Nicky Harmon)
This story depicts the degradation of the lives of migrant workers in China.
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