Stories from Forest and Steppe
“My breath freezes into hoar frost on my eyelashes and eyebrows … but I dare not move; to stand still is the first rule the huntsman learns…”

ISBN: 9781907605611
eISBN: 9781907605628
Dimensions: 134 mm x 205 mm
Pages: 214
Format: Paperback
Published: 1 July 2014
Price: £9.99

Love for Now
“The sun has just popped out, after a heavy shower; the washing line a string of pearls. It’s time to live.”

ISBN: 9781907605352
eISBN: 9781907605369
Dimensions: 197 mm x 133 mm
Pages: 261
Format: Paperback
Published: 9781907605369
Price: £6.99

Sift: Memories of Childhood
“The secrets of family history and childhood experience build to a powerful and moving evocation of a time largely lost.” William Bedford, The Warwick Review

ISBN: 9781907605000
eISBN: 9781907605253
Dimensions: 134 mm x 204 mm
Pages: 168
Format: Hardback
Published: 5 Aug 2010
Price: £12.99

The Russian Countess: Escaping Revolutionary Russia (Deluxe 2nd edition)
“Her book is a revelation, and one of the great memoirs from that era.” Antony Beevor, The Sunday Times

“Superbly well written – one finishes reading with the feeling of having been in contact with a wonderful human being.” Review on

ISBN: 9781907605048
eISBN: 9781907605086
Dimensions: 134 mm x 204 mm
Pages: 404
Format: Paperback
Published: 24 May 2011
  Price: £9.99

Being Luis
“An eloquent, brutally personal book.” New Statesman
“A fitting tribute to the disappeared of political repression.” Review on
“This is a wonderful and important book; tragic, funny, pathetic and brave, all the very best and worst of human nature.” John McCarthy, CBE

ISBN: 9780954758615
eISBN: 9781907605185
Dimensions: 134 mm x 210 mm
Pages: 211
Format: Paperback
Published: 6 Jun 2005
Price: £7.99

The End of Youth
“A worthy conclusion to a lifetime’s study of Fournier.” Times Literary Supplement

ISBN: 9780954758653/ 9780954758646
eISBN: 9781907605277
Dimensions: 137 mm x 215 mm
Pages: 254
Format: Paperback/hardback
Published: 2 June 2005 / 1 Aug 2007
Price: £11.99/18.99

A French Life #1 – A Stranger in Paris
The first in a three-part memoir exposing the darker side of French culture, a brilliantly funny and poignant study of French life that begins when a young graduate makes a spontaneous decision to follow the man she loves to Paris. He is, however, nowhere to be found . . .