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.

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The highly-anticipated new novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Cleopatra and Frankenstein'A stunning exploration of sisterhood and grief, addiction and recovery, pain and pleasure. Captivating' TESS…

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Translated by Sarah Timmer HarveyWhat if one half of a pair of twins no longer wants to live? What if the other can’t live without them?This question lies at the heart of Jente Posthuma’s deceptively simple What…

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From the bestselling author of The Lincoln Highway, A Gentleman in Moscow and Rules of CivilityTHE INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER'A knockout . . . Table for Two is a winner'NEW YORK TIMESFROM THE…

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Sheila Heti kept a record of her thoughts over a ten-year period, then arranged the sentences from A to Z. In the vein of Joe Brainard’s I Remember and Edouard Levé’s Autoportrait, passionate and…

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An electric, searing memoir by the original riot grrrl and legendary frontwoman of Bikini Kill and Le TigreHey girlfriend I got a proposition, goes something like this: Dare ya to do what you want.Kathleen Hanna’s rallying cry to…

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A humane, hilarious and heart-breaking window into the world of psychiatry from ‘the Adam Kay of mental healthcare’ (THE TIMES)'Very funny and deeply sympathetic. Really excellent' HENRY MARSH'This is honestly my dream…

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A Times and Sunday Times Best Book of 2024, the sequel to the beloved bestseller, Brooklyn'Heartbreak, wistfulness, cracking dialogue . . . This is Tóibín at his best' - The Times'A masterful…

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‘Darkly funny, astute, timely’ Sofie Laguna, author of The Eye of the Sheep‘Powerful, restless, irresistible’ Laura Jean McKay, author of The Animals in That CountryA black comedy, set in suburbia, about…

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How can you fight something if you don’t know it exists?We live under an ideology that preys on every aspect of our lives: our education and our jobs; our healthcare and our leisure; our relationships and our mental wellbeing; the…

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Watch out New York, Nancy is coming to town!In the big apple, Nancy meets Candy, a dazzling poodle who is the star of a Broadway show. When Candy runs away, it's up to Nancy and her sausage dog Roger to find her in the big, exciting city.…

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In Pariah Genius, literary giant Iain Sinclair follows in the footsteps of photographer John Deakin, whose chronicles of Soho life - and the world of Francis Bacon and his friends - have so influenced our perception of that generation's…

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The new collection from 'one of America's most legendary living poets' (Ocean Vuong), written in the drive to fall in love with the world again not as it was, but as it iswhen the hammerapproached we thoughtis that thing coming this…

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WINNER OF THE 2022 NOEMI PRESS BOOK AWARD IN PROSE‘Alvina Chamberland writes with every part of herself. Hers is an honesty in perfect balance with generosity, and reading this book is like receiving an ongoing gift.’…

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'What a wonderful book this is. I loved the enchanting and beautifully written story but also the fascinating and thoughtful excursions along the way.' – Nigel Slater‘A garden contains secrets, we all know that: buried elements…

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An unforgettable story of love, faith and science, Enlightenment is Sarah Perry’s finest novel to dateThomas Hart and Grace Macauley are fellow worshippers at the Bethesda Baptist chapel in the small Essex town of Aldleigh.…

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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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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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“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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SOLVE THE MURDER TO SAVE WHAT'S LEFT OF THE WORLDTHE NUMBER ONE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER'A mind-bending, genre-blending, boy-that-ending mystery unlike any I've ever read' A. J. FINN'I loved it' C. J. TUDOR'An absolute blast' BENJAMIN…

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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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From the author of Mayflies, an irresistible, unputdownable, state-of-the-nation novel - the story of one man's epic fall from grace.May 2021. London. Campbell Flynn - art historian and celebrity intellectual - is entering the empire of…

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‘Will Burns is a soulful English poet of the kind we don’t make enough of’ Max PorterIn his beautiful, evocative new collection, Natural Burial Ground, Will Burns explores his deep interest in place and the natural…

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ONE OF THE BBC’S 100 NOVELS THAT SHAPED OUR WORLD‘Seductive as hell. Brilliant, unusual, breathtaking’ Lauren Groff‘There are very few writers that I admire more than Helen Garner’ David Nicholls‘A…

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‘Bold, playful, generous and lush, it’s a story that feels both timeless and urgent – I loved it. Gorgeously and relentlessly queer!’ DAISY BUCHANANA lover. A bartender. A husband. An artist. A student.A poet. A…

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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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A pocket-sized collection of essays by Simon McBurney, charting his work in the theatre and his travels around the world. Accompanied by photographs and manuscript notes from Simon’s journeys and Complicité’s history and…

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Tim Key got ants in his pants and has written an anthology of poetry. It is his least ambitious project to date. A slim book of the crap he’s been churning out over the past eighteen months. Poems about men getting stuck in webs,…

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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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'Powerful' LIT HUB'Absorbing' KIRKUS'Poignant, arresting and ultimately affirming' BOOKLISTLucy Sante has often felt like an outsider. Born in Belgium to conservative Catholic working-class parents, she was transplanted to the United States…

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**The international bestseller****A Guardian Book of the Autumn 2023****Chosen as a book of the year by the independent.co.uk**'Michaels's writing continues to stand head and shoulders above most other…

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The sexy, most romantic debut novel of 2024'Clever, sexy and joyful. I loved it' BETH O'LEARY, AUTHOR OF THE FLATSHARE'A fizzing roller-coaster of a rom-com. The sexiest book you'll read all year and the most…

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Translated from French by Mark HutchinsonA Leopard-Skin Hat may be Anne Serre’s most moving novel yet. Hailed in Le Point as a ‘masterpiece of simplicity, emotion and elegance,’ it is the story of an intense friendship…

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From the ‘Winner of Winners’ of the Baillie Gifford Prize, a timely and dramatic story of a utopian American experiment, and the self-serving politicians that engineered its downfall.1935. As part of President Franklin D.…

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The debut novel from the brilliant essayist, reviewer, cultural critic and author of FlaneuseThe story of two couples who live in the same apartment in north-east Paris almost fifty years apart.In 2019, Anna, a psychoanalyst, is…

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A tangled history of feminism’s complicity and resistanceEvery week it seems there is a fresh scandal involving abhorrent, racist, misogynist behaviour by police officers. Yet these are the very people women are supposed to approach…

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Translated by Holly JamesIn this prequel to the critical sensation Love Me Tender, Constance Debré breaks free from conformity to live her life as a butch lesbian'Defiant, probing, hot' Saba Sams, author of Send NudesAt the…

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“ALL THE HOT WOMEN I KNOW HAVE ELLA FREARS ON THEIR BEDSIDE TABLES.”—Sheena PatelTaking the form of one long email addressed to an estate agent, Goodlord is a fictional memoir of habitation, a genre-defying…

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Cairn: A marker on open land, a memorial, a viewpoint shared by strangers. For the last five years poet and author Kathleen Jamie has been turning her attention to a new form of writing: micro-essays, prose poems, notes and fragments.…

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