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In Sophie Hopesmith’s debut novel, Another Justified Sinner, commodities trader Marcus aims to get square with God.
A brilliantly observed examination of choices and consequences, of why we act as we do and of just how similar we all are.
Written in one unbroken paragraph, Petite Fleur accumulates detail until it torques, taking on the rhythm of nightmare.
Roma Tearne has earned a devoted following for her lyrical prose interspersed with sharp societal analysis.
Swing Time, an outlier in Zadie Smith’s oeuvre, is stylistically interesting, socially aware, funny and wise.
For fans of speculative fiction and “London” novels, Neville’s second novel arrives right on time.
Annie Proulx’s naked language and painfully focused delivery make these stories shimmer and burn their way into the memory.
In both these debut novels, the culture of the marginalised features prominently.