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The Balliols

by Alec Waugh

First published in 1934, this book tells the story of the Balliol family as they exist through the suffrage movement and the end of the Edwardian era to the Great War.

The Balliol children are subject to the...


At Home and Abroad

by V.S. Pritchett

Admirers of The Spanish Temper, Marching Spain and his wonderfully evocative books on London, Dublin and New York will need no reminding that V.S. Pritchett is one of the very great travel writers of our time,...


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...


Elders and Betters

by Ivy Compton-Burnett

The Donne family's move to the country is inspired by a wish to be close to their cousins, who are to be their nearest neighbours. It proves too close for comfort, however. For a secret switching of wills causes...


A Place to Stand

by Ann Bridge

First published in 1953, A Place To Stand is set in Budapest in the spring of 1941, Hope - a spoilt but attractive society girl and daughter of a leading American business man - finds herself playing the lead...


A Greek God at the Ladies' Club

by Jenna McKnight

What if you had sculpted the perfect replica of a gorgeous Greek god and, right before you're about to unveil it to a group of ladies, it comes to life in all its naked glory? What if your creation wanted to...


Brief Encounter

by Alec Waugh

First published in 1975, this story tells of how a chance meeting in a caf�, a piece of grit delicately removed by a gentleman from a lady's eye give birth to an affair... a brief yet unrelenting emotional...


The Road from the Monument

by Storm Jameson

Storm Jameson's fine novel tells the story of two men, their beginnings, ambitions, wives, failures, successes.

Gregory Mott is seen at first solely through the eyes of other people: the old man who taught him...


'I Shall Not Want'

by Norman Collins

Set in Edwardian London, this is the absorbing story of the life-long conflict between the love and ambitions of unrepentant sinner John Marco.


Island in the Sun: A Story of the 1950's Set in the West Indies

by Alec Waugh

First published in 1957, this tells of Santa Marta, which to the casual visitor is a sub-tropical paradise, a small sister of Jamaica, Bermuda and Nassau, unmentioned in the colour-splashed brochures of travel...


Dublin: A Portrait

by V.S. Pritchett

VS. Pritchett, master of the short story, is also the most evocative of travel writers. First published in 1967, his portrait of Dublin - its past, politics and people, its grand mansions and curious corners...


The Outcasts

by Edith Sitwell

First published in London in 1962, this collection of Sitwell's later poetry contains "several pieces which show that the lyrical impulse of her early days was still alive to make new discoveries of great freshness...


The Black Laurel

by Storm Jameson

Much of the action of The Black Laurel takes place in Berlin, 1945. But it is not a novel about Germany. It concerns a group of English people whose duties or interests place them in Berlin during the first...


Bloodstock and Other Stories

by Margaret Irwin

First published in 1953, the first five stories in this collection are stories from Ireland, exploring the dark history of the country and the dogged optimism of its people.

The following four tales are of the...


The Mule on the Minaret: A Novel about the Middle East

by Alec Waugh

First published in 1965 and based on the author's own experience as an officer in the British Intelligence and packed with the most closely observed detail of the people, places and costumes of the Levant, The...


Speaking of Stendhal

by Storm Jameson

Storm Jameson writes of Stendhal "as one speaks in suitable company of a friend". She knew him very well. Over the years she read everything available by him and she immersed herself in his life and his writings...


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...


Bath

by Edith Sitwell

First published in 1932, this is the story of eighteenth century Bath, where Beau Nash ruled as uncrowned king for so many years, the fashionable members of English society found a splendid justification for...


If This Bed Could Talk

by Kimberly Dean, Lynn LaFleur & Liz Maverick

Agent provocateur Liz Maverick

A deadly agent is assigned to prepare an exotic beauty to be the ultimate seductress and perfect spy . . . lessons that will require long hours of personal instruction to perfect...


Gardeners and Astronomers

by Edith Sitwell

The constant themes of the great poet, Birth, Death, Pity and Indignation, the unity of life, the re-birth that is brought by Spring, and the necessity for choice that informs all sentient life, are the core...