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Hamlet

by William Shakespeare

There is arguably no work of fiction quoted as often as William Shakespeare's Hamlet. This haunting tragedy has touched audiences for centuries. In addition to the play, this edition includes an overview of...


The Wind in the Willows

by Kenneth Grahame & Luanne Rice

Hailed as one of the most enduringly popular works of the twentieth century, The Wind in the Willows is a classic of magical fancy and enchanting wit. Penned in lyrical prose, the adventures and misadventures...


Kusamakura

by Natsume Soseki & Meredith McKinney

A stunning new translation-the first in more than forty years-of a major novel by the father of modern Japanese fiction

Natsume S?seki's Kusamakura follows its nameless young artist-narrator on a meandering...


David Copperfield (Mermaids Classics)

by Charles Dickens

David Copperfield (1850) by Charles Dickens (1812-1870) follows the story of a boy named David who's step-father mistreats him and he's sent to boarding school. The story continues to follow David to adulthood...


The Pickwick Papers (Mermaids Classics)

by Charles Dickens

The Pickwick Papers (1836), by Charles Dickens (1812-1870) follows the travelling adventures of Samuel Pickwick. Samuel is the president of the Pickwick Club and along with a few other members they set out on...


Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

by Jules Verne

An expedition sets sail from Brooklyn to capture a mysterios sea monster. After much fruitless searching, the monster is found, and the ship attacks it. During the fight, the three protagonists are thrown overboard....


I Saw You

by Julie Parsons

For ten years, newly retired Policeman Michael McLoughlin has been haunted by the case of a young woman brutally murdered and the affection he felt for the victim’s mother, Margaret. A favor for a friend leads...


Angell, Pearl and Little God

by Winston Graham

Was it Pearl Friedel’s fault she was beautiful? If she had been plain, William Angell, the self-indulgent solicitor and lover of beautiful things, would never have given her the chance to escape the tedium...


The Hourglass

by Julie Parsons

Beyond high iron gates fastened shut with a length of chain, lies the stark, beautiful Trawbawn. Here, haunted by a dark, mysterious past and largely ignored by the people of nearby Skibbereen, lives the frail...


The Thieves' Labyrinth

by James McCreet

A death on Waterloo bridge, a body in the river near Wapping, a lady robbed on Wych Street – all common enough daily incidents in early Victorian London. But when an outrageous theft is committed at the port,...


Water Lily

by Susanna Jones

Runa is a young Japanese high school teacher leaving the country to avoid the scandal she has created by sleeping with one of her students. She steals her sister’s passport and boards the ferry to Shanghai....


The Rising

by Brian McGilloway

When Garda Inspector Benedict Devlin is summoned to a burning barn, he finds inside the charred remains of a man who is quickly identified as a local drug dealer, Martin Kielty. It soon becomes clear that Kielty’s...


Night Without Stars

by Winston Graham

Giles Gordon lives in a world which he can only see in varying degrees of darkness. Unable to cross a room with confidence, Gordon has the courage to walk into dangers that a fit man would fear to face... In...


The Vice Society

by James McCreet

In Victorian London gruesome events are afoot. Some are asking why the Detective Force’s Inspector Albert Newsome is investigating the curious but - apparently - insignificant death that occurred in Holywell...


The Tannery

by Sherrie Hewson

A heart-warming tale of one family’s struggle to survive the war years… It’s 1938. Dolly Ramsden is six years old. Times are hard. But Dolly doesn’t care – her family are everything to her. Then war...


The Promised Land

by David Hewson

Bierce was a happily married cop with a bright future. Then on one sunny day in July his wife and their young son were savagely beaten to death. Bierce was convicted of their murders. Languishing on Death Row...


Light Reading

by Aliya Whiteley

Prudence Green is a troubled woman. Stifled by her existence as an RAF wife, she’s dying for a bit of excitement. When one of the other women on the base commits suicide (having discovered that her husband...


Out of a Clear Sky

by Sally Hinchcliffe

People talk about the cold, hard light of day. There’s no escaping what you can see by it. There can be no confusing, in that early morning light, the truth with the wished-for reality of dreams. The body...


The Reading Room

by Ruth Hamilton

Leanne Chalmers has made a career for herself presenting her own style of home decorating and design on the nation’s screens. That was her past life, at least. For now Leanne has been forced to start again...


The Notting Hill mystery

by Charles Warren Adams

"The Notting Hill mystery" is a detective novel written by Charles Warren Adams under the pseudonym of Charles Felix in 1863. Having enjoyed some critical success at the time of its publication, it was totally...