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The theme of Hearts and Minds - shadowy, unwanted migrants in London - began to excite literary London five years ago, leading to a cluster of novels by accomplished old and new writers. Until recently, creators of fiction ignored the human detritus swilling around global cities, London most of all. The "feral" subterranean creatures were not worthy of their attention. Now they are, it seems. Monica Ali's new novel, In the Kitchen, is set in a hotel which employs floating migrants a setting brilliantly exploited in the Frears film and Chris Cleave's The Other Hand pulls together separate lives and trajectories - a frisky magazine editor and a year-old Nigerian asylum-seeker, for starters.