Mister Pip, by Lloyd Jones. Intense, beautiful, and fable-like, Jones's "Mister Pip" is a remarkable work of fiction that celebrates the resilience of the human spirit and the power of literature to transform lives.
Hand Me Down World: a trick driver who mistook a woman for a prostitute, men who smuggle her across the border, the woman who's name she stole and the wife who turned a blind eye. The story of a mother trying to find her child.
Composite sketches show the difference between Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
A Land of Two Halves - this is what I'm reading at the moment - by Joe Bennett, Englishman, who went to New Zealand for a year and is still there. This is the story of his hitchhiking adventure around both North and South islands.