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    Black Leopard, Red Wolf
    by Marlon James

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    If you are looking for an indulgent, escapist fantasy, Black Leopard, Red Wolf may not be for you. Marlon James has built quite a world. It is vivid, kaleidoscopic and strange...

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    Beyond the Book: The Shape-Shifting Monsters of African Lore

    Stories of shapeshifters have permeated literature and art from the beginning of civilization. Therianthropy, or the changing of a human into an animal, is perhaps the most commonly known trope of the shapeshifting genre, with illustrations of such ... Beyond the Book
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    That Time I Loved You
    by Carianne Leung

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    Carrianne Leung was a Toronto Book Award finalist for That Time I Loved You as well as for her debut novel The Wondrous Woo (2014). First published in Canada last year, this ...

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    Linked short stories, novels in stories, story cycles – these are terms for collections in which the stories are not all discrete pieces with separate worlds and characters. Instead, characters recur, whether subtly or overtly, and multiple... Beyond the Book
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    The Pianist from Syria
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    Aeham Ahmad became famous as the face of Syrian suffering when a photo of him playing piano in the ruins of his hometown Yarmouk went viral in 2015. The father of two boys, ...

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    Beyond the Book: The Oud

    In previous 'beyond the book' articles we've looked at different aspects of contemporary Syria - such as its culture and the refugee crisis. Now, we take a look at its music through a close up look at one of the Muslim world's most popular ... Beyond the Book
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    The Smiling Man
    by Joseph Knox

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    Joseph Knox's latest turns on a simple premise: an unidentified and unidentifiable murdered man is discovered in the fourth floor suite of an abandoned hotel in Manchester. ...

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    Beyond the Book: Fingerprint Alteration

    In Joseph Knox's noir thriller The Smiling Man, the police can't identify the murder victim because the man had gone to extremes in order to conceal his identity. Clearly a person in an occupation that required anonymity, he had resorted to perhaps ... Beyond the Book

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