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Lament for Julie

by Robert Colby

Tormented by a satin-skinned package of dynamite who offered him ecstasy unfettered by convention . . . Bedeviled by another woman who wanted a master . . . Given 12 hours to get out of town - and then framed...


The Faster She Runs

by Robert Colby

It started like most of Marian's troubles, because of her betting the ponies - that consuming habit which she herself could hardly understand.

Someone told her once that she wanted to lose. But Marian knew that...


Night Lady

by William Campbell Gault

Get home early tonight. I have a key I stole last time I was there. Don't keep me waiting.

The note was lying on the front seat of my car. It was on an engraved card - scented. Deborah Huntington's.

I got mad....


Lysistrata

by Fletcher Flora

Lysistrata paced relentlessly in the garden, nervously plucking at leaves. It had been seven months since she had seen her husband, Lycon - since he had left her to go off to war.

Seven months of lonely days...


Fell Down

by M.E. Kerr

If things seem too good to be true, they probably are.

A fateful car accident with a mysterious stranger sets a young man on a startling new path, tangled with promise, mystery, and danger. Presented with an...


The Captain Must Die

by Robert Colby

For twelve long years they remembered. For twelve long years they plotted. And now Captain Driscoll was going to pay for what he had done to them during the war.

They weren't going to kill him right away. First...


American Penology: A History of Control  (Enlarged Second Edition)

by Thomas G. Blomberg & Karol Lucken

“Blomberg and Lucken offer solid insight into the history of penal practice, which will enable readers to understand penal practice in the U.S. more clearly and coherently than they previously might have....


Thinking about Social Problems: An Introduction to Constructionist Perspectives

by Donileen R. Loseke

The new second edition of this distinctive and widely adopted textbook brings into the classroom an overview of how images of social problems can shape not only public policy and social services, but also the...


Angel Of Death

by Richard Shaw

When Victoria is called in to investigate the theft of valuable marble statues from a north London cemetery, she soon finds out the lives of the cemetery staff are as tangled as the undergrowth which surrounds...


Keep Calm for Ladies

by Various

Well, it just gets worse and worse doesn't it? Collapsing banks, collapsing countries, massive government cuts, rising debt, inflation and the possibility of a double dip. It's amid all this uncertainty that...


Keep Calm for Chaps

by Various

My word, it just gets worse and worse doesn't it? Collapsing banks, collapsing countries, massive government cuts, rising debt, inflation and a double dip recession. It's amid all this uncertainty that the already...


Party Going

by Henry Green

A group of rich, spoiled and idle young people heading off on a winter holiday are stranded at a railway station when their train is delayed by thick, enclosing fog. PARTY GOING describes their four-hour wait...


According to the Small Hours

by Aidan Mathews

In this, his first collection of poems in fifteen years, Aidan Mathews brings together the sacred and the profane, playful and profound, the iconic and the everyday - illuminating the variousness and commonality...


Optimum Healing

by Craig Brown

OPTIMUM HEALING is an essential guide to everyone interested in what good health really means - and how to encourage it. Through case histories which mirror the lives of ordinary people everywhere, Dr Craig...


Dream Lover

by Katrina Vincenzi-Thyne

Film producer Gemma de la Mare takes a break in Brittany before starting work on her latest production, entitled "Tales of a Vampire". Whilst there, she begins to feel as if she's being controlled by an elusive...


Contest Of Wills

by Louisa Francis

In Sydney, Australia, in the late 1870s, vivacious young Melanie marries

a man old enough to be her grandfather. On a trip to England, their entire journey

is cut short by his sudden death. She inherits his...


Moscow Mule

by James Young

A marvellously funny and sharply observed account of a journey to Russia by one of Britain's most talented young writers. Moscow - a labyrinth where the humans try to keep one step ahead of the roaches. Everyone...


Uneasy Ethics

by Simon Lee

Professor Simon Lee explores five acute moral dilemmas of the new millennium, each of which has caused un-ease among liberals and conservatives alike. His variation on the old adage that hard cases make bad...


B Monkey

by Andrew Davies

Read her name! B. Monkey. You can still see it, emblazoned on the cars, the trains, the writing on the wall. Now she's Beatrice. Steady job, steady man, off the drugs, on the level. But going straight can't...


Who Ate All The Pies? The Life and Times of Mick Quinn

by Mick Quinn & Oliver Harvey

Mick Quinn, the boy from a Liverpool council estate dubbed 'Little Beirut', always loved his birds, booze and betting. They said Mick had a sixth sense for great accuracy in his playing days - he could find...