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Courting Claudia

by Robyn DeHart

A dutiful woman, a desirable man ...

An artist with a keen eye for the beauty surrounding her -- yet none for her own -- duty-bound Claudia is resigned to marrying the man of her domineering father's choosing....


The Private Wound

by Nicholas Blake

In the West of Ireland in 1939 a young novelist rents a lonely cottage to write his new book in peace.

Almost at once, and without great resistance, he is seduced by the wife of the local squire. Harriet's husband...


The Peacemaker

by C. S. Forester

In one of London's outer suburbs lived a shabby insignificant schoolteacher with a repulsive, drunken wife. Experimenting with his secret invention was his only escape - until a headmaster's pacifist daughter...


With This Ring

by Jean Saunders

Tania Paget bitterly resented Frenchman Claude Girard, who had survived an tragic mountaineering accident, while her brother, James, had not. Then, astonishingly, Claude asked for her co-operation on a book...


Tales of the West Riding

by Phyllis Bentley

It is a wonderfully wide and multifarious pageant of West Riding life that Phyllis Bentley has spread before us down the years: and now, in Tales of the West Riding (six stories, one of them almost a novel in...


The Bird-Catcher

by Martin Armstrong

This beautiful collection of poems tells tales of blossoming springs and fruitful summers; in Honey Harvest Armstrong depicts Spring with the overweight apple blossom nodding on their branches and the sweet...


The Lion Heart: A Tale of War in Vietnam

by Alan Clark

First published in 1969, this is a tale of a skilful mixture of ageing flyers, with planes to match, battling their way through arms smuggling, Middle East intrigue and the tale of a fabulous sword which once...


None So Pretty

by Margaret Irwin

None So Pretty describes, with a sensibility and conviction unusual in historical fiction, the life of a young girl brought up in a large, aristocratic, but impecunious family, and married off at an early age...


Cries of Terror

by Anthony Masters

We may surround ourselves with the trappings of technology, but in the face of the powers of darkness we are as helpless as our ancestors at the dawn of time. The concrete, plastic and metal cannot keep out...


Vampire Stories to Tell in the Dark

by Anthony Masters

It's dark. A light snow is falling.

Down in the crypt there are tales of vampires to be told. Could they be true?


Dead Man at the Door

by Anthony Masters

Every night Gary wakes sweating with fear. Every night the dreams come.

Gary does not know what the dreams mean. Who is the stranger who hammers at the door? Who is the baby whose cries can be heard? He and...


The Deadly Joker

by Nicholas Blake

When John Waterson and his young wife chose Netherplash Cantorum, Dorset, for their retirement years, they could not have predicted that this idyllic spot had one severe but unforeseeable drawback: among its...


Frontier Passage

by Ann Bridge

There is no subject on which outsiders are more ready to pass moral judgements than the Spanish Civil War; and no subject on which the judgement of outsiders is liable to be at once so categorical, so ill-founded,...


The Secret Servant

by Gavin Lyall

A suicide at the ministry of defense. A hand grenade through the door of number ten. A Czech defector with a file worth killing for...

The whole sequence of grisly incidents points the finger at Professor John...


Judas Country

by Gavin Lyall

Roy Case, ex-Royal Air Force, makes a meager living flying charter cargo flights around the Mediterranean in an old Beechcraft Queen Air. On a job to Cyprus, this steady life suddenly spirals out of control....


Leading Lady

by Jane Aiken Hodge

Napoleon's shadow hangs heavy over Europe, and all is not well in the tiny principality of Lissenberg. Martha, its new princess, discovers just how bad things are in a moment of terror among the summer vineyard....


Rebel Heiress

by Jane Aiken Hodge

But Henrietta was no one's enemy. She came to London from Boston in search of her father-- a father thought lost to her until she discovered her aunt's treachery.

Now armed with her mother's marriage papers,...


Nine Lives

by Bernice Rubens

The killer's modus operandi is the same in each instance: strangulation, always with a guitar string, pulled tight from behind until life is taken. And though the murders are happening up and down the country,...


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...