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The Husband's Story

by Norman Collins

This - as only Norman Collins can tell it - is the story of Stanley Pitts, a Contracts Filing Clerk in the Admiralty, a small man - small in stature, small in ambition and achievement, happy in his work and...


A Year to Remember

by Alec Waugh

First published in 1975, this tells of one of the Bright Young Things in that brilliant and stimulating era between the wars, Alec Waugh remembers 1931 as being a year of firsts. It was the year he attended...


Zen there was Murder

by H. R. F. Keating

In a country mansion converted to adult educational courses, Mr Utamaro is lecturing on Zen Buddhism to a small and not entirely appreciative audience. But Zen questions and their seemingly quirkish answers...


The Man Who Broke Purple

by Ronald Clark

Purple

The Code used by the Japanese prior to the bombing of Pearl Harbour . . . Did the Americans have advance information of the devastation to come? Had they cracked

Purple . . ?

Colonel William Friedman was...


None Turn Back

by Storm Jameson

"There is the everlasting possibility of disobedience, civil disorder, destruction, yes, yes - but the mere whisper or cloud no larger than a man's hand of revolution in this country is madness"

It is 6th May...


Lasting Impressions

by V.S. Pritchett

The essays in Lasting Impressions have never before appeared in book form and together they make up, in the author's own words, a journey through different countries and different generations. The subjects range...


The White Crow

by Storm Jameson

June 1890, Portugal. A child was born in somewhat curious circumstances. Until the age of sixteen, his life was a safe and happy one. At that point it changed suddenly, almost brutally. Handicapped by a physically...


Journey from the North, Volume 1

by Storm Jameson

In 1960, Storm Jameson decided to write her memoirs. The result was Journey from the North, one of the great literary autobiographies of the century. Volume One, first published in 1969, tells of her childhood...


The Last and the First

by Ivy Compton-Burnett

The Last and the First was Ivy Compton-Burnett's final novel. In it she deals with her familiar themes - tyranny, power and corruption. Although the novel was unfinished at the time of her death in 1969, it...


A Long Silence

by Nicolas Freeling

First published in 1972, the tale is of an unimportant case. No crime had been committed. For Van der Valk the shady dealings of a prosperous Amsterdam jeweler were more of a private puzzle.

Two bullets put...


Wheels within Wheels

by Alec Waugh

First published in 1933, this tale describes how events that take place in an obscure oil-surveyor's camp in the French West Indies act as the link and the catalyst for three desperate groups of people thousands...


A Gentle Occupation

by Dirk Bogarde

'The fact is that you are surplus and they need an extra body.'

In the uneasy aftermath of war, a group of ordinary British soldiers and their families, on an island off Java face the legacy of hatred and corruption...


Unclouded Summer

by Alec Waugh

The bright summer sun faded into the shimmering Mediterranean as the young American painter began what was to be the five most perfect hours of his lifetime. It would be more than just an affair, a passionate...


The Underside

by H. R. F. Keating

This novel, set in Victorian London in its heyday, presents a picture, both horrific and authentic, of the 'underside' of life in the first city of the world.

It tells of Godfrey Mann, a young painter, who has...


Rise, Canadians!

by Margaret Bellasis

A true, beautiful tale of the Mackenzie Rebellion against the British colonial government in 1837 and 1838 told in the form of a novel.


Anna

by Norman Collins

First published in 1942, Anna is the story of a woman and an era. Against the background of France and Germany at the time of the Franco-Prussian war of 1870, Norman Collins tells with great brilliance the story...


A Month Soon Goes

by Storm Jameson

First published in 1962, this is a light comedy with a chorus.

The action takes place on seven days,spread over a period of between four or five weeks during May and June 1958. During that time, Sarah Faulkner,...


Where the Clocks Chime Twice

by Alec Waugh

First published in 1951, this is part sentimental journey revisiting old well-loved scenes of former travels, and part search for new, out-of-the-way lands, Alec Waugh's travel book tells of a journey half-way...


So Lovers Dream

by Alec Waugh

First published in 1931, this is not the only one of Alec Waugh's novels in which he has described the agonies of a couple who are desperately in love but cannot marry, for it is a situation that he has himself...


The Life of Ernst Chain

by Ronald Clark

A Jew who left Germany when Hitler came to power, Sir Ernst Chain was a winner, with Sir Alexander Fleming and Lord Florey, of the Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine in 1945. Later he was a significant...