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Festival Books

We've listed below a selection of the most recent titles by authors appearing at this year's MK Lit Fest.

Many of these titles will be available for purchase - and for signing by their authors - during the festival.

Attila the Stockbroker: Arguments Yard (Cherry Red Books, 2015)


Lisa Blower: It's Gone Dark Over Bill's Mothers (Myriad Editions, 2019)


Tracy Buchanan: The Family Secret (Avon, 2019)


Colin Butcher: Mollie and Me (Michael Joseph, 2019)


Sam Byers: Perfidious Albion (Faber & Faber, 2019)


Mary Jean Chan: Flèche (Faber & Faber, 2019)


Dan Cruickshank: Architecture: A History in 100 Buildings (William Collins, 2019)

Lissa Evans: Old Baggage (Black Swan, 2018)


Simon Garfield: In Miniature (Canongate, 2018)

Carrie Gracie: Equal (Virago, 2019)


Andrew Hodges: Alan Turing: The Enigma (Vintage, 2014)


Luke Kennard: Cain (Penned in the Margins, 2017)


Toby Litt: Patience (Galley Beggar Press, 2019)


Paul Mason: Clear Bright Future (Allen Lane, 2019)


Jack Monroe: Tin Can Cook (Bluebird, 2019)

Kate Noakes: The Filthy Quiet (Parthian Books, 2019)


Chris Power: Mothers (Faber & Faber, 2018)


Chris Ryan:  Black Ops (Coronet, 2019)


Kassia St Clair: The Golden Thread: How Fabric Changed History (John Murrary, 2018)


Jack Sheffield: Changing Places (Bantam Press, 2019)


Preti Taneja: We That Are Young (Gallery Beggar Press, 2017)

Sir Dermot Turing: X, Y and Z: The Real Story of How Enigma Was Broken (The History Press, 2019)

Jools Walker aka Lady Vélo: Back in the Frame (Sphere, 2019)

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