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The Spanish Virgin

by V.S. Pritchett

A favourite collection of short stories from the revered V. S. Pritchett


Thieves in the Night

by Arthur Koestler

Thieves in the Night : Chronicle of an Experiment was written in 1946. Originally intended to be the first of a trilogy, Koestler later concluded that the book stood on its own and plans for further novels made...


A Kiss for the Enemy

by David Fraser

All is fair in love and war...

First published in 1988, it is a tale of two brought together by a drunken brawl in Oxford in 1937. Anthony Marvell and Frido von Arzfeld found friendship even as the threatening...


Mother and Son

by Ivy Compton-Burnett

The exacting Miranda's search for a suitable companion brings her family into contact with a very different kind of household, raising a plenitude of questions about the ability to manage alone, the difficulties...


A Shadow on the Sun

by Francis Cottam

First published in 2006, this is the story of Polish war exile Julia Smollen who has escaped the horrors of Nazi labour camp to forge a new life in California with her daughter, Natasha.

It's an exciting time...


Slapton Sands

by Francis Cottam

They were just like the beaches at Normandy, Slapton Sand. That's why they trained them there - an army of invasion secluded in sleepy south Devon. But fifteen hundred soldiers perished at Slapton Sands, and...


Hopeful Monsters

by Nicholas Mosley

This Whitbread Book of The Year Award winner for 1990 is the final novel of the "Catastrophe Practice" series. Set in the 1920s and 30s it tells the story of two young radicals, Max and Eleanor, who meet, love,...


Imago Bird

by Nicholas Mosley

This vivid and strikingly witty novel examines the contradictions between the public face and the private experience. Nephew to the prime minister of England, eighteen-year-old Bert tries to make sense of the...


Heathcliff's Tale

by Emma Tennant

Can evil be passed from one generation to the next? Or is it born out of deprivation and despair? Does it linger, long after the death of the evil-doer - and can it haunt chillingly through the pages of a book?...


The Autobiography of the Queen

by Emma Tennant

"A quiet, quirky charm"

Kate Saunders, The Times


Hotel de Dream

by Emma Tennant

'Enormous vitality and wit.'

Cosmopolitan


Mission

by Patrick Tilley

What would you do if, through an unexpected twist of fate and time, you came face to face with Jesus of Nazareth? In the flesh. A living, breathing, three-dimensional figure with a disconcertingly casual manner....


Marching Spain

by V.S. Pritchett

In spring 1927 V.S Pritchett set out to walk 300 miles across Spain. The country was almost completely isolated, and Pritchett describes a timeless country on the cusp of being riven by civil war, populated...


Bond Street Story

by Norman Collins

First published in 1958, Bond Street Story, is one of those memorable books that have as their warm, romantic theme, the magic of London, focusing on the elegant world of Bond Street and the private lives of...


Lost Footsteps

by Bel Mooney

At the heart of Ana Popescu's existence is the love for her son. He is the only thing that makes life in Ceausescu's Romania tolerable. In their mean little flat they have created a private world in which no...


Another Part of the Wood

by Denis Mackail

First published in 1929, this is the tale of Miss Ursula Brett, known to her friends as Noodles, who gets sent back to her seaside school by her miserly uncle after apparently encouraging improper advances from...


The Plug at the Bottom of the Sea

by Robert Lamb

In order to find the missing sea and put it back where it belongs, a shipwrecked boy and girl and their strange friends undertake a dangerous journey across the empty ocean bed in search of the plug at the bottom...


The Image in the Water

by Douglas Hurd

After a narrow Labour Party victory that is dependent on Scottish Labour votes, the young, ambitious and right-wing Alcester sweeps in as Tory leader of the opposition. He has married the previous Prime Minister's...


Strangers in Company

by Jane Aiken Hodge

Marian is in her mid-thirties, and trying to get over the shock of her eighteen-year-old twins leaving her to live with their father in the USA. As a distraction she takes a job looking after a younger woman,...


Bel Mooney's Somerset

by Bel Mooney

First published in 1989, in Bel Mooney's Somerset she sets the tone of this delightfully personal account of her 'adopted county'. Brought up in Liverpool, she writes of Somerset with the rapture of the late...