Soul Catcher by Dimitri Bortnikov
The first English translation of the Russian-born French writer Dimitri Bortnikov, Finalist of the Russian Booker Prize and the National Bestseller Award for his first novel, The Fritz Syndrom, and Winner of the French award Best novel of the Year 2017 (Lire Magazine) for his latest novel. *** “A modern Inferno.” —Les Inrocks
The Red Orchestra in Blue by Joe O'Byrne
Coming out in May 2020, the first novel by Joe O'Byrne, Irish playwright and theatre director, set in Berlin in 1939. The Red Orchestra in Blue is a fictionalised story of Harro and Libertas Schulze-Boysen and their resistance group and a powerful evocation of the atmosphere and events of the time.
"They All Fall Down"
Set in Rwanda during one of the mot horrific genocides in human history, the novel explores and tries to answer some hard questions. Why do we forget so quickly? Why is it so difficult for us to relate to human tragedy that is not to do with us? Cover artwork by Aboudia
Blurring the lines between memoir and fiction, Robert Kalich narrates the story of a man who bears much resemblance to the novelist himself, but defeats narcissism by exposing brutal realities of his character’s life and uncomfortable truths of one’s innermost being.