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The Postmaster General

by Hilaire Belloc

This novel tells of that simple person Wilfrid Halterton, Postmaster-General in Mrs. Boulanger's second administration, that of 1960.The placing of the big Television Contract comes within the domain of the...


Late Night on Watling Street

by Bill Naughton

In this collection of stories, Bill Naughton portrays a selection of characters, including truck drivers, Irish itinerants and lamp lighters, in his inimitable pithy style. While each tale can be enjoyed on...


The Royal Opera House in the Twentieth Century

by Frances Donaldson

The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden is home of two of the most famous opera and ballet companies in the world. In this official history, Frances Donaldson discusses Covent Garden's many legendary achievements...


Baldwin

by Roy Jenkins

First published in 1984, this is the first biography of Stanley Baldwin for more than ten years, although there had been four in the preceding decade. This is strange, for Baldwin has recently begun to swim...


South of the Lights

by Angela Huth

South of the Lights weaves the story of Evans and Brenda, lovers in a Midlands village, whose happiest hours are spent in the hayloft of the chicken farm on which she works. They have no other roof under which...


The Golden Lion

by Pamela Haines

Dick Grainger is growing up in Yorkshire and Maria Verzotto is in her far-off home in Monteleone in Sicily when they first hear the story of the Golden Lion - the story of a hero, a prince who wins his princess....


Nowhere Girl

by Angela Huth

Estranged from her second husband, Jonathan, Clare Lyall is less sure than ever about the role men should play in her life.

Her first husband, Richard, was much older than her, and his casual disregard for youth...


The Life of Bertrand Russell

by Ronald Clark

This is the eloquent and intimate biography of one of the most significant figures of the last century. Born into the high world of the Whig aristocracy, among people for whom Waterloo was still almost a personal...


The Lovely Ship

by Storm Jameson

Our story begins with the birth of Mary Hanskye in 1841 as the Industrial Revolution is changing the face of pastoral England. While still a child, Mary comes under the influence of her uncle, one of England's...


Thief

by Rupert Croft-Cooke

'If they've got any sense they'll leave the boy with Alicia Robbins.'But they didn't.They (the Juvenile Court, that is) took Gerry Lovell away from the old spinster who had taken him in ad cared for him so passionately...


The Spanish Temper

by V.S. Pritchett

Eliciting comparisons to Orwell's Homage to Catalonia, Pritchett's meditative work on Spain is comprised of a string of sketches, woven around the author's musings on the Spanish character.Having lived in Spain...


Gunsmoke for McAllister

by Matt Chisholm

The sheriff was a violent, crooked man. He traded - in death, and always showed a profit. His mine in the Arizona hills was a kind of hell on earth, guarded by hard­bitten desperadoes. All around lurked the...


Mr Balfour's Poodle

by Roy Jenkins

Jenkins' account of the constitutional struggle between the Liberal government of the early twentieth century and the House of Lords. The battle started with the introduction of the People's Budget of 1909 and...


Freddy Lonsdale

by Frances Donaldson

A biography of one of the London theatre's most important wits and playwrights. Donaldson discusses the life and work of the man who wrote over twenty plays and musicals that were produced in London in the first...


The Netherlands

by Sacheverell Sitwell

Sacheverell Sitwell goes beyond the generic images of Holland as all museums, windmills, canals, tulips and clogs. Sitwell leads us out of museums and away from the great cities, where tourist, and their guidebooks,...


The Governor's Lady

by Norman Collins

Set in an off-the-map British Colony in Central Africa in the early 1930's, The Governor's Lady portays a host of interesting characters: young Harold Stebbs, bachelor, newly appointed to the Governor's secretariat...


The Rise of Henry Morcar

by Phyllis Bentley

This is the final instalment of Bentley's famous Inheritance Trilogy.Filmed by Granada in 1967, the Inheritance trilogy is Phyllis Bentley's most widely acclaimed work.Set against the backdrop of the textile...


The Man Who Made Gold

by Hilaire Belloc

Professor Charles Lexington led a placid and uneventful life until he made the mistake of discovering a way by which lead could be turned into gold. A Mr. Bowry volunteered to help the Professor capitalize the...


Spring Comes to World's End

by Monica Dickens

With their parents away working on a boat in the Mediterranean, Tom, Carrie, Em and Michael have learnt to look after themselves ­and their menagerie of animals at home in their sprawling house. As their Uncle...


Eden River

by Gerald Bullett

First published in 1934, Eden River tells the story of the first man and woman, Adam and Eve, as they make their way in Paradise, living by the river of Eden.Here, Gerald Bullett brings his characteristic style...