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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...


Directions to servants

by Jonathan Swift

Jonathan Swift’s "Directions to servants" is an entertaining satire of relationships between servants and masters in the Eighteenth century. It is a late work in Swift’s life. Not the most well-known, less...


The Odyssey of Homer

by Richmond Lattimore

The most eloquent translation of Homer's Odyssey into modern English.


Outbreak of Love: Text Classics

by Martin Boyd & Chris Womersley

Our minds are like those maps at the entrance to the Metro stations in Paris. They are full of unilluminated directions. But when we know where we want to go and press the right button, the route is illuminated...


The Book of Krishna

by Pavan Kumar Varma

Of all Vishnu's avatars, Krishna is regarded as the purna avatar, the complete incarnation, for he encapsulates in himself the entire gamut of emotions and attributes that constitute the ideal human personality....


Srikanta

by Saratchandra Chattopadhyay

Srikanta, the narrator of Saratchandra's epic novel, is an aimless drifter, a passive spectator to his own life, a weak and impressionable soul who cannot survive without the support of an individual stronger...


The Emperor's Ring

by Satyajit Ray

A mysterious incident in Nepal. A dead body on the beaches of Puri. A murder in an abandoned house... The search for a valuable scroll leads Feluda and his friends to a strange case of characters, and perhaps...


FIR

by Monabi Mitra

Dashing DSP Bikram Chatterjee of the West Bengal Police hates his boss, the boorish SP Toofan Kumar. And he knows his boss especially resents his affair with screen goddess Shona Chowdhury—it’s a rank thing....


Bankimchandra Omnibus

by Rabindranath Tagore, Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay & Chakravarty Radha

The First Volume Of This Collector S Edition Brings Together Five Of Bankimchandra S Best-Known Works In English Translation. Set In The Bengal Of Emperor Jehangir S Time, Kapalkundala Tells The Story Of Nabakumar,...


Manon Lescaut

by Abbe Prevost

Set in France and Louisiana, this new edition from Egoist Press follows the story of Chevalier des Grieux, the protagonist and his lover, Manon Lescaut. Des Grieux comes from a noble and landed family, but forfeits...


The Violent Land

by Jorge Amado & Samuel Putnam

From the great Brazilian author, an exotic tale of greed, madness, and a dispute between two powerful families over land on the cocoa-rich coast of Bahia

 

The siren song of the lush, cocoa-growing forests...


Casanova's Return to Venice

by Arthur Schnitzler & Ilsa Barea

An ageing Casanova longs to return to Venice after a life of exile, but the desire for women proves too strong. A brilliant psychological portrait two days in the life of the most famous seducer and free spirit,...


The Queen of Spades and Selected Works

by Alexander Pushkin & Anthony Briggs

"The Queen of Spades" is one of the most famous tales in Russian literature, and inspired the eponymous opera by Tchaikovsky; in "The Stationmaster", from The Tales of the Late Ivan Petrovich Belkin, Pushkin...


Jane Eyre (Mermaids Classics)

by Charlotte Bronte

"Jane Eyre (originally published as Jane Eyre: An Autobiography) is a novel by English writer Charlotte Brontë. Jane Eyre follows the emotions and experiences of its eponymous character, including her growth...


Shirley (Mermaids Classics)

by Charlotte Bronte

"Shirley is an 1849 social novel by the English novelist Charlotte Brontë. It was Brontë's second published novel after Jane Eyre (originally published under Brontë's pseudonym Currer Bell). The novel...