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Fourth Estate Publisher - 831 works / 198 ebooks

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  • Longitude by Dava Sobel
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    Galileo's Daughter by Dava Sobel
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    The shipping news by Annie Proulx
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    Seabiscuit by Laura Hillenbrand
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    Truth & Beauty by Ann Patchett
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    I'll Take You There by Joyce Carol Oates
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    Blonde by Joyce Carol Oates
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    Zorro by Isabel Allende
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    Eleanor Rigby by Douglas Coupland, Douglas Coupland
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    The Code Book by Simon Singh
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    Toast by Nigel Slater
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    Wonder boys by Michael Chabon
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Authors

published most by this publisher
Carol Shields, 10 books
Joyce Carol Oates, 6 books
Nikki Gemmell, 5 books
Dava Sobel, 5 books
Annie Proulx, 5 books
Jonathan Buckley, 5 books
Hilary Mantel, 5 books
Kathryn Harrison, 5 books
Malcolm Balen, 5 books
Deborah Cadbury, 4 books
Salley Vickers, 4 books
Irma Kurtz, 4 books
Donald Harstad, 4 books
Philip Hoare, 4 books
Simon Singh, 4 books
Adam Zameenzad, 4 books
Susan Fletcher, 4 books
D. L. Flusfeder, 4 books
Graham Rawle, 4 books
Merlin Holland, 4 books
Duffy, Maureen., 4 books
Nigel Slater, 4 books
Francis, Richard, 4 books
Martin Millar, 4 books
Nigel Slater, 3 books

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