The novel that stunned-and scandalized-Europe comes to America Wolf, a low-rent private detective, roams London's gloomy, grimy streets, haunted by dark visions of a future that could have been-and a dangerous present populated by British Fascists and Nazis escaping Germany. Shomer, a pulp fiction writer, lies in a concentration camp, imagining another world. And when Wolf and Shomer's stories converge, we find ourselves drawn into a novel both shocking and profoundly haunting. At once a perfectly pitched hard-boiled noir thriller (with an utterly shocking twist) and a "Holocaust novel like no other" (The Guardian), A Man Lies Dreaming is a masterful, unforgettable literary experiment from "one of our best and most adventurous writers" (Locus).
by Lavie Tidhar
by Lavie Tidhar, Shimon Adaf
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
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