Rachel Joyce’s new novel, in which the protagonist is a jaded teacher, follows the author’s distinctive style of characters going off on a quest.
The 19 stories featured in the superb " Miami Noir: The Classics" work as both solid entertainment and a thoughtful history about life, crime and punishment in South Florida.
The book consists of loving two- and three-page essays that describe life on a farm near Plum City, Wisconsin.
The Palestinian-Canadian UAE-based author Nour Arab, Founder and Owner of Nour Publishing and Member of Emirates Publishers Association, has broken all records in the children’s literature field by creating a new methodology in her writings.
In the book, a conversation with one of his biographers, Briton Austen Ivereigh, Francis talks in some of the most personal terms to date about the time he was hovering between life and death.
The appointment marks the culmination of her years-long efforts in developing the publishing industry and boosting the prospects of publishers in the UAE and the Arab region
"The Kingdom," a stand-alone novel by Norwegian author Jo Nesbø, best known for his compelling police procedural about Inspector Harry Hole.