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  • A Thief in the Village, and other storiesA Thief in the Village, and other storiesQuick View
  • A Witness TreeA Witness TreeQuick View
    • A Witness TreeA Witness TreeQuick View
    • A Witness Tree

    • £30.00
    • This collection was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1943. Most of the poems in this volume are short lyrics, published after several unfortunate tragedies had occurred in Frost's personal life, i.e. his daughter Marjorie's death in 1934, his wife's death in 1938, his son Carol's suicide in 1940.…
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  • All The Light We Cannot SeeAll The Light We Cannot SeeQuick View
    • All The Light We Cannot SeeAll The Light We Cannot SeeQuick View
    • All The Light We Cannot See

    • £18.00
    • From the highly acclaimed, multiple award-winning Anthony Doerr, the beautiful, stunningly ambitious instant New York Times bestseller about a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths collide in occupied France as both try to survive the devastation of World War II. Marie-Laure lives with her father in Paris…
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  • Backhand (Anna Lee Mystery 6/6)Backhand (Anna Lee Mystery 6/6)Quick View
    • Backhand (Anna Lee Mystery 6/6)Backhand (Anna Lee Mystery 6/6)Quick View
    • Backhand (Anna Lee Mystery 6/6)

    • £40.00
    • 6th and final volume of the Anna Lee series; When her boss at Brierly Security assigns her a case--involving pilfered designer sweaters--that will take her to the States, Lee soon finds herself embroiled in a depressing and dangerous family drama. Is the designer's missing teenage daughter involved with a paedophile,…
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  • Bitter LemonsBitter LemonsQuick View
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    • Bitter Lemons

    • £100.00
    • Bitter Lemons is an autobiographical work by writer Lawrence Durrell, describing the three years (1953–1956) he spent on the island of Cyprus. The book was awarded the Duff Cooper Prize for 1957, the second year the prize was awarded. It is a wonderful study of moods and atmospheres; the house-buying…
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  • Brideshead Revisited, the sacred and profane memories of Captain Charles RyderBrideshead Revisited, the sacred and profane memories of Captain Charles RyderQuick View
  • C. S. Lewis: a life – eccentric genius, reluctant prophetC. S. Lewis: a life – eccentric genius, reluctant prophetQuick View
  • Cat on a Hot Tin RoofCat on a Hot Tin RoofQuick View
  • DisgraceDisgraceQuick View
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    • Disgrace

    • £25.00
    • A divorced, middle-aged English professor finds himself increasingly unable to resist affairs with his female students. When discovered by the college authorities he is expected to apologize to save his job, but instead he refuses and resigns, retiring to live with his daughter on her remote farm. Winner of 1999…
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    • DisgraceDisgraceQuick View
    • Disgrace

    • £20.00
    • A divorced, middle-aged English professor finds himself increasingly unable to resist affairs with his female students. When discovered by the college authorities he is expected to apologize to save his job, but instead he refuses and resigns, retiring to live with his daughter on her remote farm. Winner of 1999…
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  • Krishna Fluting, a novelKrishna Fluting, a novelQuick View
    • Krishna Fluting, a novelKrishna Fluting, a novelQuick View
    • Krishna Fluting, a novel

    • £75.00
    • From flap: "Krishna Fluting is a very superior kind of book, all about exotic, barefaced India, where the ancient lunar cold of the Himalayas fights a losing battle against the life force, where Peter Bruff is battered at by gods, demigods and humans, and seems to enjoy it, and comes…
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  • Master Georgie, a novelMaster Georgie, a novelQuick View
    • Master Georgie, a novelMaster Georgie, a novelQuick View
    • Master Georgie, a novel

    • £12.00
    • In 1854, when the battle of Inkerman in the Crimea was over, five survivors were hurriedly assembled in front of the camera. A sixth figure added symmetry to the group - Master Georgie. In the distance a young woman circled round and round like a bird above a robbed nest.…
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  • Master Georgie, a novel (signed)Master Georgie, a novel (signed)Quick View
    • Master Georgie, a novel (signed)Master Georgie, a novel (signed)Quick View
    • Master Georgie, a novel (signed)

    • £20.00
    • In 1854, when the battle of Inkerman in the Crimea was over, five survivors were hurriedly assembled in front of the camera. A sixth figure added symmetry to the group - Master Georgie. In the distance a young woman circled round and round like a bird above a robbed nest.…
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  • Men at ArmsMen at ArmsQuick View
    • Men at ArmsMen at ArmsQuick View
    • Men at Arms

    • £13.00
    • Men at Arms is the first novel in Waugh's Sword of Honour series, the author's look at the Second World War. The novels loosely parallel Waugh's wartime experiences. Waugh received the 1952 James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Men at Arms.
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  • On the Black HillOn the Black HillQuick View
    • On the Black HillOn the Black HillQuick View
    • On the Black Hill

    • £45.00
    • Chatwin's novel won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for 1982, and was made into a film in 1987 (directed by Andrew Grieve). Set on the border between England and Wales, which quite literally reuns through the farmhouse at the narrative's centre. A tale of identical twin brothers who grow…
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  • A Thief in the Village, and other storiesA Thief in the Village, and other storiesQuick View
  • A Witness TreeA Witness TreeQuick View
    • A Witness TreeA Witness TreeQuick View
    • A Witness Tree

    • £30.00
    • This collection was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1943. Most of the poems in this volume are short lyrics, published after several unfortunate tragedies had occurred in Frost's personal life, i.e. his daughter Marjorie's death in 1934, his wife's death in 1938, his son Carol's suicide in 1940.…
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  • All The Light We Cannot SeeAll The Light We Cannot SeeQuick View
    • All The Light We Cannot SeeAll The Light We Cannot SeeQuick View
    • All The Light We Cannot See

    • £18.00
    • From the highly acclaimed, multiple award-winning Anthony Doerr, the beautiful, stunningly ambitious instant New York Times bestseller about a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths collide in occupied France as both try to survive the devastation of World War II. Marie-Laure lives with her father in Paris…
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  • Backhand (Anna Lee Mystery 6/6)Backhand (Anna Lee Mystery 6/6)Quick View
    • Backhand (Anna Lee Mystery 6/6)Backhand (Anna Lee Mystery 6/6)Quick View
    • Backhand (Anna Lee Mystery 6/6)

    • £40.00
    • 6th and final volume of the Anna Lee series; When her boss at Brierly Security assigns her a case--involving pilfered designer sweaters--that will take her to the States, Lee soon finds herself embroiled in a depressing and dangerous family drama. Is the designer's missing teenage daughter involved with a paedophile,…
    • Add to basket
  • Bitter LemonsBitter LemonsQuick View
    • Bitter LemonsBitter LemonsQuick View
    • Bitter Lemons

    • £100.00
    • Bitter Lemons is an autobiographical work by writer Lawrence Durrell, describing the three years (1953–1956) he spent on the island of Cyprus. The book was awarded the Duff Cooper Prize for 1957, the second year the prize was awarded. It is a wonderful study of moods and atmospheres; the house-buying…
    • Add to basket
  • Brideshead Revisited, the sacred and profane memories of Captain Charles RyderBrideshead Revisited, the sacred and profane memories of Captain Charles RyderQuick View
  • C. S. Lewis: a life – eccentric genius, reluctant prophetC. S. Lewis: a life – eccentric genius, reluctant prophetQuick View
  • Cat on a Hot Tin RoofCat on a Hot Tin RoofQuick View
  • DisgraceDisgraceQuick View
    • DisgraceDisgraceQuick View
    • Disgrace

    • £25.00
    • A divorced, middle-aged English professor finds himself increasingly unable to resist affairs with his female students. When discovered by the college authorities he is expected to apologize to save his job, but instead he refuses and resigns, retiring to live with his daughter on her remote farm. Winner of 1999…
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  • DisgraceDisgraceQuick View
    • DisgraceDisgraceQuick View
    • Disgrace

    • £20.00
    • A divorced, middle-aged English professor finds himself increasingly unable to resist affairs with his female students. When discovered by the college authorities he is expected to apologize to save his job, but instead he refuses and resigns, retiring to live with his daughter on her remote farm. Winner of 1999…
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  • Krishna Fluting, a novelKrishna Fluting, a novelQuick View
    • Krishna Fluting, a novelKrishna Fluting, a novelQuick View
    • Krishna Fluting, a novel

    • £75.00
    • From flap: "Krishna Fluting is a very superior kind of book, all about exotic, barefaced India, where the ancient lunar cold of the Himalayas fights a losing battle against the life force, where Peter Bruff is battered at by gods, demigods and humans, and seems to enjoy it, and comes…
    • Add to basket
  • Master Georgie, a novelMaster Georgie, a novelQuick View
    • Master Georgie, a novelMaster Georgie, a novelQuick View
    • Master Georgie, a novel

    • £12.00
    • In 1854, when the battle of Inkerman in the Crimea was over, five survivors were hurriedly assembled in front of the camera. A sixth figure added symmetry to the group - Master Georgie. In the distance a young woman circled round and round like a bird above a robbed nest.…
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  • Master Georgie, a novel (signed)Master Georgie, a novel (signed)Quick View
    • Master Georgie, a novel (signed)Master Georgie, a novel (signed)Quick View
    • Master Georgie, a novel (signed)

    • £20.00
    • In 1854, when the battle of Inkerman in the Crimea was over, five survivors were hurriedly assembled in front of the camera. A sixth figure added symmetry to the group - Master Georgie. In the distance a young woman circled round and round like a bird above a robbed nest.…
    • Add to basket
  • Men at ArmsMen at ArmsQuick View
    • Men at ArmsMen at ArmsQuick View
    • Men at Arms

    • £13.00
    • Men at Arms is the first novel in Waugh's Sword of Honour series, the author's look at the Second World War. The novels loosely parallel Waugh's wartime experiences. Waugh received the 1952 James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Men at Arms.
    • Add to basket
  • On the Black HillOn the Black HillQuick View
    • On the Black HillOn the Black HillQuick View
    • On the Black Hill

    • £45.00
    • Chatwin's novel won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for 1982, and was made into a film in 1987 (directed by Andrew Grieve). Set on the border between England and Wales, which quite literally reuns through the farmhouse at the narrative's centre. A tale of identical twin brothers who grow…
    • Add to basket
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