Booklist

Signed editions

Selected by the Bookshop


Thanks to our prestigious series of events and our excellent location, we get a lot of famous authors dropping by. The result is a constantly changing selection of highly-collectible signed first editions. Below you’ll find a selection of what we have.

We only have limited quantities of signed copies, and when they’re gone, they’re gone – order now!

Please note: books in this list include books with signed bookplates, tipped-in signed pages, etc. – if you have specific requirements or are looking for signed first editions only, please get in touch on books@lrbshop.co.uk to check before ordering.

From the publisher:
FROM THE AWARD WINNING AUTHOR OF AGE OF ANGER COMES A GATSBY-ESQUE TALE OF WEALTH AND AMBITION'A book that demands to be read' MOHSIN HAMID'Terrific . . . deeply satisfying to read' KAMILA SHAMSIEArun and his two classmates, Aseem…

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Pankaj Mishra's provocative account of how China, India and the Muslim World are remaking the world in their own image - shortlisted for the Orwell Prize 2013SHORTLISTED FOR THE ORWELL PRIZE 2013Viewed in the West as a time of…

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LONGLISTED FOR THE ORWELL PRIZE 2018 NEW STATESMAN BOOKS OF THE YEAR 2017'The kind of vision the world needs right now...Pankaj Mishra shouldn't stop thinking' Christopher de Bellaigue, Financial Times'This is the most astonishing,…

From the publisher:
A stunning social history of British rap and grime by one of the nation’s foremost cultural chroniclers.‘A stunning exploration of a genre, a movement and a world. It’s every bit as lyrical as the rap Ekpoudom has…

From the publisher:
Five friends. Five lives. Countless hopes.Patrick, Shiv, Rian, Oli and Conor grew up together. They played together, skipped school together, and dreamt of everything they’d do with their lives.Now they are thirty, and only Rian has…

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Winner of the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry, 2006Fleur Adcock is one of Britain's most accomplished poets. Her poised, ironic poems are tense and tightly controlled as well as shrewdly laconic, and often chilling as she unmasks the…

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‘What it said to me was that I was here again, I was back, back from the great nowhere of somewhere else, returned, all too officially, to the whereabouts of Moffa.’After a year away, a woman arrives back in her hometown to keep…

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An exhilarating, fiercely original story of brotherhood, war and art, and of daring to dream of something bigger than ourselves.'Bold and totally unexpected, I loved this book' Douglas Stuart, author of Shuggie Bain'A very special,…

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* THE UNMISSABLE NEW NOVEL FROM THE AUTHOR OF BESTSELLING PHENOMENON SUCH A FUN AGE *'I couldn't put it down, and I didn't want to either' EMILY HENRY'Razor-sharp … Packs a huge emotional punch' DAILY…

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Bernie McGill’s award-winning stories have been widely praised for their emotional depth and lyrical language.She is a writer of profound sensitivity and observation whose masterful deployment of linguistic precision and economy…

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‘A brilliant and addictive collection of brand-new essays on modern culture – from ‘the pre-eminent and most widely read critic of her generation’ The TimesI heard this crazy story, and I want you to know.It is…

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Announcing the arrival of a major new talent, an astonishing work of social history which captures Black gay Britain as never before.'The seven Black gay men of this radical oral history have continuously shown up for us, highlighting the…

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Frantz Fanon was born in Martinique, a French colony, in 1925. As a young man, he volunteered to fight in de Gaulle's army for the liberation of France, and trained to become a doctor and psychiatrist. His experiences as a black man under…

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A luminous feat of time travel chronicling lives in a Sussex landscape from the prize-winning author of Romantic Moderns and Weatherland.An ancient church sheltering a medieval anchorite who chose to be buried…

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A history of the body as a site of resistance to power, and a subversive memoir.“Fernanda Eberstadt is blessed with more gifts than any one writer should be [. . .] Her prose is exuberantly, obscenely rich.” —The…

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1917. Virginia Woolf arrives at Asheham, on the Sussex Downs, immobilized by nervous exhaustion and creative block.1930. Feeling jittery about her writing career, Sylvia Townsend Warner spots a modest workman's cottage for sale on the…

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Convened by Will Harris, Siblings is a roundtable conversation between four poets on writing communities, real and imaginary siblings, and first encounters with poetry.Thinking through the lyric mode’s wayward directions…

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'Passionate, wild, hugely atmospheric' DAVID NICHOLLS‘Wild, elemental… I adored it’ LOUISE KENNEDY‘Intelligent, probing’ MAGGIE O'FARRELL'Wonderfully gothic … [a] cracking…

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“Annie Ano Fernando doesn’t care much for men”And so begins a novel exploring trauma, displacement, queerness over three generations and three continents of the Sri Lankan diaspora. *1951, Singapore. Ten-year-old Josephina…

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What happens when we stop idolising the generations above us? Stop idolising our own parents?What happens when we become frightened of the generations below us? Frightened of our own children?The Aeolian islands, 2010. Sophia, on the cusp…

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Throwing Muses frontwoman and critically acclaimed solo artist Kristin Hersh meditates on the future of her craft in this wry, existential and passionate addition to Melville House’s new series, FUTURES.Over a long, hot Christmas in…

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