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Books are listed in order of year of publication - newest titles are at the top. There are 3 books in this booklist

This list represents some of the books on this subject that we have had in our shop - but there will be many more that we can order for you!

  • Cover image of book The Gurugu Pledge by Juan Tomás Ávila Laurel
    The Gurugu Pledge - by Juan Tomás Ávila Laurel

    £10.00   paperback   (2017) - ISBN 13: 9781908276940 | ISBN 10: 1908276940

    On Mount Gurugu, overlooking the Spanish enclave of Melilla on the North African coast, desperate migrants gather before attempting to scale the city’s walls and gain asylum on European soil.  Inspired by first-hand accounts, Juan Tomás Ávil ... more

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  • Cover image of book About My Mother by Tahar Ben Jelloun
    About My Mother - by Tahar Ben Jelloun

    £8.99   paperback   (2016) - ISBN 13: 9781846592010 | ISBN 10: 1846592011

    Since shes been ill, Lalla Fatma has become a frail little thing with a faltering memory.   Lalla Fatma thinks shes in Fez in 1944, where she grew up, not in Tangier in 2000, where this story begins. She calls out to family members who are l ... more

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  • Cover image of book An Unfinished Business by Boualem Sansal, translated from the French by Frank Wynne
    An Unfinished Business - by Boualem Sansal, translated from the French by Frank Wynne

    £7.99   paperback   (2011) - ISBN 13: 9781408809440 | ISBN 10: 1408809443

    A major novel that tackles one of the great taboos of Muslim culture the Shoah.  Rachel and Malrich are the sons of a German father and an Algerian mother. Born in a small village in the Algerian hinterland, they are sent to Paris to be ... more

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