W&N FICTION JULY
Kei Miller The Last Warner Woman ‘[Kei Miller is] a cross between Andrea Levy and Alexander McCall Smith, but probably a better writer than either’ Daily Mail Adamine Bustamante is born in Jamaica, in one of the island’s last leper colonies. When she goes to a Revivalist Church, she discovers her gift of ‘warning’. But no one has warned Adamine that when she migrates to England, her prophecies of hurricanes and earthquakes will see her banished to a mental hospital. Lyrical and spellbinding, this is a story about magic and migration, stories and story-telling. Kei Miller was born in Jamaica. His first collection of stories was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for Best First Book, and his first novel, The Same Earth, was published to great critical acclaim. He lives in Glasgow.
Fiction Cased/Trade Paperback July £18.99/£12.99 256pp 234 x 153mm 978 0 297 86077 8/978 0 297 86079 2 Markets: World USA, Translation & Serial: W&N
Arturo Pérez-Reverte Pirates of the Levant
Captain Alatriste meets the pirates! A story of skirmishes, privateers, boarded ships, swords and sackings Alatriste is back – this time on the high seas. Accompanied by his faithful companion Iñigo, the captain joins a Spanish galleon and sets sail from Naples to Malta, where they must do battle against the Turks. On board they will have many adventures, including an encounter with the Moor Gurriato. Now seventeen, Iñigo is still in love with Angélica but will wisdom come with age and experience? Arturo Pérez-Reverte lives near Madrid. Originally a war correspondent, he has achieved massive success with the Captain Alatriste series. www.perez-reverte.com
Fiction Cased/Trade Paperback (export only) July £12.99/£12.99 256pp 216 x 135mm 978 0 297 85249 0/978 0 297 85909 3 Markets: W orld XUSAC USA: RDC Agencia Literaria; Serial: W&N