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The Farmer's Wife - A Comedy in Three Acts

by Eden Phillpotts

Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern...


What Katy Did Next

by Susan Coolidge

'What Katy Did Next' is the third instalment of Susan Coolidge's series about a cheerful young girl called Katy Carr. The story begins with Katy receiving an invitation to spend a year in Europe. She is overjoyed...


Parade's End - Part Four - Last Post

by Ford Madox Ford

This early work by Ford Madox Ford was originally published in 1928 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introduction. This is part four of Ford's hugely successful Parade's End tetralogy that has...


Transmission Error

by Michael Kurland

Daniel Godfrey has been sentenced to be transported to a prison planet for a crime he didn't commit--but something goes wrong with the transmatter device, and Daniel and his companions are thrust onto an alien...


'Ware the Dark-Haired Man: The Hieromonk's Tale, Book Three

by Robert Reginald

In the alternate Earth called Nova Europa, two countries have fought a great battle over the future of that world. But now the King of Kórynthia seems to be going mad: some evil mage is eating away at the very...


Seven Against Mars

by Martin Berman-Gorvine

Trapped in the Warsaw ghetto in 1942, teenager Rachel Zilber escapes the horror by writing about the adventures of Zap-Gun Jack and Princess Anya of Mars. When her parents are captured by the Nazis, Rachel's...


Alchemical Poetry, 1575-1700: From Previously Unpublished Manuscripts

by Robert M. Schuler

Of interest to interdisciplinary historians as well as those in various other fields, this book presents the first publication of 14 poems ranging from 12 to 3,000 lines. The poems are printed in the chronological...


Inceptio

by Alison Morton

The first in a series of exciting alternate history thrillers set in mysterious Roma Nova. New York, present day. Karen Brown, angry and frightened after surviving a kidnap attempt, has a harsh choice - being...


Fifties Chix: Broken Record

by FastPencil Premiere

When Bev is recruited in present day to pitch for the boys' baseball team, she is in seventh heaven when her team could earn its way to the championship game. Standing between Bev and victory is her arch nemesis,...


The Women on the Porch

by Caroline Gordon

One of the most remarkable novels every written by an American woman about women. First published in 1943, the story follows a woman's flight from Manhattan and her unfaithful husband to her rural ancestral...


Nashville 1864

by Madison Jones

This award-winning novel follows twelve-year-old Steven Moore and his slave companion on a nightmarish journey behind Union lines.


More Costumes for the Stage

by Sheila Jackson

In this second lively handbook, Sheila Jackson, former Head of Costume for London Weekend Television and costume designer for Upstairs, Downstairs, breaks new ground with her common sense sections on animal...


Doruntine

by Ismail Kadare

...a magical parable of love, death and the power of familial bonds. -Stephen Salisbury, New York Times Book Review


The South Side: The Racial Transformation of an American Neighborhood

by Louis Rosen

A powerful and moving story of the racial transformation of an American neighborhood, told in memoir and oral narrative. "It deserves to become a classic....This text needs to be understood and performed at...


The Theatre of Revolt: An Approach to Modern Drama

by Robert Brustein

Focusing on Ibsen, Strindberg, Chekhov, Shaw, Brecht, Pirandello, O'Neill, and Genet, Mr. Brustein uncovers the roots of the modern theatre in the soil of the rebellion they cultivated. "One of the standard...


Theatre for Children: A Guide to Writing, Adapting, Directing, and Acting

by David Wood & Janet Grant

David Wood has been called by The London Times the national children's dramatist. Presenting theatre for children as a seperate art form, Mr. Wood analyzes the skills involved in entertaining and involving audiences...


Leo Africanus

by Amin Maalouf

An imaginary autobiography of the famous geographer, adventurer, and scholar Hasan al-Wazzan. He wrote the first trilingual dictionary and Description of Africa.


Fashion in Costume 1200-2000, Revised

by Joan Nunn

Joan Nunn's detailed survey of costume in the Western world over the past eight centuries not only gives the reader a vivid visual impression of the clothes themselves, but also outlines the historical and social...


Broken April

by Ismail Kadare

Gjorg is a young mountaineer who (much against his will) has just killed a man in order to avenge the death of his older brother, and who expects to be killed himself in accordance with the Code that regulates...


Some Experiences of an Irish R.M.

by E. O. Somerville & Martin Ross

"As the straight-man narrator, observer, and regular butt of hundreds of hilarious trials and mishaps, Major Yeates never ceases to be surprised, is usually not amused, and can't stop himself from loving his...