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James Kelman   James Kelman is the Godfather of Scottish literature, and often compared to Chekov and Beckett. In this story from his dazzling new collection, The Good Times, Kelman delves into the mind of a man obsessed.  
 
Jonathan Coe   The House of Sleep has already won the British Writers' Guild Best Fiction Award. Funny and cleverly plotted, it follows the adventures of insomniacs, narcolepts and eyelid-fetishists who first met in 1984, and who reunite twelve years later to try to overcome their disorders in a Gothic cliffside manor.  
 
 
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