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Author: Title: Description:
Dousková, Irena Medvědí tanec A striking fictionalised portrait of the writer Jaroslav Hašek, richly evoking the period after 1918.
Czech: Literature: New Fiction. Published 20/03/2014. Price: £21.50
Formánek, Josef Úsměvy smutných mužů: Zápisky z léčebny Sometimes funny, sometimes sad, this is the story of four alcoholics and of their struggle with their addiction.
Czech: Literature: New Fiction. Published 16/10/2014. Price: £17.50
Hůlová, Petra Macocha Brutally and heartbreakingly honest dissection of a dysfunctional family.
Czech: Literature: New Fiction. Published 01/01/2014. Price: £19.50
Jakoubková, Alena Chceš-li s mužem býti...musíš s ním i výti…? A marriage turns sour. Salome marries Adam out of passion, but soon discovers her mistake.
Czech: Literature: New Fiction. Published 18/09/2014. Price: £17.99
Jun, Martin Doživotí: Román, kde není ano slovo míněno vážně Dazzling crime story which plays with the persona of the famous Czech author, Kundera.
Czech: Literature: New Fiction. Published 01/06/2014. Price: £17.99
Klíma, Josef Smrt podle druidů Czech take on the Nordic noir style. Police officer Bláhová struggles with her difficult personal life, including an attractive prison chaplain, Kocourek.
Czech: Literature: New Fiction. Published 14/10/2014. Price: £17.50
Petr, Daniel Straka na sibenici A young boy lives with his alcoholic father in a dilapidated house far away from civilisation. Thanks to his innate intelligence he learns to read before his peers and when he starts school it becomes clear that he is different to the others.
Czech: Literature: New Fiction. Published 2015. Price: £19.50
Raskovova, Lucie Samota neni zlej Pete's father is in the navy and often absent and so Pete spends his days surrounded by women — his mum and her friends.
Czech: Literature: New Fiction. Published 2015. Price: £20.99
Tomecek, Jaromir Stribrny lipan The story of Little Silver, an exceptional fish, who is separated from his friends and family and has to survive on his own. Tomecek’s rich language reveals his love of nature — beautiful, wild, and sometimes cruel.
Czech: Literature: New Fiction. Published 2015. Price: £19.99
Vácha, Dalibor Červenobílá Historical novel that recounts the six years of the Czechoslovak legions in Russia, with the focus on the life and fate of the writer and general Rudolf Medek.
Czech: Literature: New Fiction. Published 01/01/2014. Price: £21.50
Vieweh, Michal Andělé všedního dne A young widow, a driving instructor, a suicide and four angels - these are the surprising elements of a new book by Michael Vieweh, one of the most popular Czech authors.
Czech: Literature: New Fiction. Published 01/01/2014. Price: £17.99
Yaksha, Katy Deset prani Alice owns a boutique shop in Prague. Her once bold dreams have disappeared in the face of the daily grind and she feels listless and frozen. However, a chance encounter with a stranger gives her the vigour necessary for a fresh start.
Czech: Literature: New Fiction. Published 2015. Price: £20.99
Zabransky, David Martin Juhas cili Ceskoslovensko Set between 1918 and 1948. The fleeting relationships between Czechs, Slovaks, communists, fascists, Nazis, Germans and other minorities are the basis of the real and fictional historical events, revealed in novel.
Czech: Literature: New Fiction. Published 2015. Price: £27.99

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