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  • A Little Book Of Nature ThoughtsA Little Book Of Nature ThoughtsQuick View
    • A Little Book Of Nature ThoughtsA Little Book Of Nature ThoughtsQuick View
    • A Little Book Of Nature Thoughts

    • £30.00
    • A collection of brief reflections on the natural world arranged (and illustrated with 12 tipped-in colour plates) by month by Fiona MacLeod (the pseudonym of Scottish poet and biographer William Sharp). Published posthumously by Sharp's wife.
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  • A Small Town In GermanyA Small Town In GermanyQuick View
    • A Small Town In GermanyA Small Town In GermanyQuick View
    • A Small Town In Germany

    • £40.00
    • West Germany in the 1960s is a simmering cauldron of radical protests. Amid the turmoil Leo Harting, a Second Secretary in the British Embassy, has gone missing - along with more than forty Confidential embassy files. Alan Turner of the Foreign Office must travel to Bonn to recover them. As…
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  • Adam BedeAdam BedeQuick View
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    • Adam Bede

    • £10.00
    • Carpenter Adam Bede is in love with the beautiful Hetty Sorrel, but unknown to him, he has a rival, in the local squire’s son Arthur Donnithorne. Hetty is soon attracted by Arthur’s seductive charm and they begin to meet in secret. The relationship is to have tragic consequences that reach…
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  • Agent Running in the FieldAgent Running in the FieldQuick View
    • Agent Running in the FieldAgent Running in the FieldQuick View
    • Agent Running in the Field

    • £30.00
    • Nat, a 47 year-old veteran of Britain's Secret Intelligence Service, believes his years as an agent runner are over. He is back in London with his wife, the long-suffering Prue. But with the growing threat from Moscow Centre, the office has one more job for him. Nat is to take…
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  • Death and the Dear GirlsDeath and the Dear GirlsQuick View
    • Death and the Dear GirlsDeath and the Dear GirlsQuick View
    • Death and the Dear Girls

    • £30.00
    • One of the detective novels written by Anglo-American writer Hugh Wheeler under his Jonathan Stagge pseudonym (one of several he used). He was most known for being a libretto/book writer on Broadway, responsible for the rewrite of Bernstein's Candide and the book for Sondheim's Sweeney Todd.
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  • Further Experiences of an Irish R. M.Further Experiences of an Irish R. M.Quick View
    • Further Experiences of an Irish R. M.Further Experiences of an Irish R. M.Quick View
    • Further Experiences of an Irish R. M.

    • £25.00
    • The follow up to Some Experiences of an Irish R. M. (1899) by writing duo, Somerville and Ross (Edith Somerville & Violet Florence Martin). he various stories concern the life of an Anglo-Irish former British Army officer recently appointed as a resident magistrate (R.M.) in Ireland, which at that stage…
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  • No Bail For The JudgeNo Bail For The JudgeQuick View
    • No Bail For The JudgeNo Bail For The JudgeQuick View
    • No Bail For The Judge

    • £12.00
    • Henry Cecil Leon (1902-1976), using the pen-names Henry Cecil and Clifford Maxwell, was a judge and a writer of fiction about the British legal system. He was born near London in 1902 and was called to the Bar in 1923. While at Paramount Pictures, Alfred Hitchcock worked on adapting No…
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  • Our GameOur GameQuick View
    • Our GameOur GameQuick View
    • Our Game

    • £20.00
    • At 48, Tim Cranmer is a secret servant in premature retirement in deepest Somerset. His Cold War won he is free to devote himself to his manor house, his vineyard and his young mistress, Emma. But you cannot escape your past, especially when Tim's past lives just twenty miles away…
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  • Our Kind of TraitorOur Kind of TraitorQuick View
    • Our Kind of TraitorOur Kind of TraitorQuick View
    • Our Kind of Traitor

    • £13.00
    • Britain is in the depths of recession. A left-leaning young Oxford academic and his barrister girlfriend take an off-peak holiday on the Caribbean island of Antigua. By seeming chance they bump into a Russian millionaire called Dima who owns a peninsula and a diamond-encrusted gold watch. He also has a…
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  • Selected Poems of John PreslandSelected Poems of John PreslandQuick View
    • Selected Poems of John PreslandSelected Poems of John PreslandQuick View
    • Selected Poems of John Presland

    • £15.00
    • John Presland was the pseudonym of the Australian poet, Gladys Williams (1885-1975) later Mrs. Skelton and Mrs. Bendit. She also wrote: The Marionettes: A Puppet-Show in Two Parts (1907), Joan of Arc (1909), Mary Queen of Scots (1910), Manin and the Defence of Venice (1911), The Deluge and Other Poems…
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  • Single & SingleSingle & SingleQuick View
    • Single & SingleSingle & SingleQuick View
    • Single & Single

    • £12.00
    • A corporate lawyer from the House of Single & Single is shot dead in cold blood on a Turkish hillside. A children's entertainer in Devon is hauled to his local bank late at night to explain a monumental influx of cash. A Russian freighter is arrested in the Black Sea.…
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  • The Ballad of Reading GaolThe Ballad of Reading GaolQuick View
    • The Ballad of Reading GaolThe Ballad of Reading GaolQuick View
    • The Ballad of Reading Gaol

    • £150.00
    • Wilde's famous poem was written in exile in Berneval-le-Grand, after his release from Reading Gaol on 19 May 1897 (he had been incarcerated after being convicted of gross indecency with other men in 1895 and sentenced to two years' hard labour in prison). During his time Charles Thomas Wooldridge was…
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  • The Christmas Books of Mr M. A. Titmarsh (vol IX of XIII)The Christmas Books of Mr M. A. Titmarsh (vol IX of XIII)Quick View
  • The Constant GardenerThe Constant GardenerQuick View
    • The Constant GardenerThe Constant GardenerQuick View
    • The Constant Gardener

    • £30.00
    • Tessa Quayle, a brilliant and beautiful young social activist, has been found brutally murdered by Lake Turkana in Nairobi. The rumours are that she was faithless, careless, but her husband Justin, a reserved, garden-loving British diplomat, refuses to believe them. As he sets out to discover what really happened to…
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  • The Constant GardenerThe Constant GardenerQuick View
    • The Constant GardenerThe Constant GardenerQuick View
    • The Constant Gardener

    • £10.00
    • Tessa Quayle has been horribly murdered on the shores of Lake Turkana in Northern Kenya, the birthplace of mankind. Her putative African lover, a doctor with one of the aid agencies, has disappeared. Her husband, Justin, a career diplomat and amateur gardener at the British High Commission in Nairobi, sets…
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  • A Little Book Of Nature ThoughtsA Little Book Of Nature ThoughtsQuick View
    • A Little Book Of Nature ThoughtsA Little Book Of Nature ThoughtsQuick View
    • A Little Book Of Nature Thoughts

    • £30.00
    • A collection of brief reflections on the natural world arranged (and illustrated with 12 tipped-in colour plates) by month by Fiona MacLeod (the pseudonym of Scottish poet and biographer William Sharp). Published posthumously by Sharp's wife.
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  • A Small Town In GermanyA Small Town In GermanyQuick View
    • A Small Town In GermanyA Small Town In GermanyQuick View
    • A Small Town In Germany

    • £40.00
    • West Germany in the 1960s is a simmering cauldron of radical protests. Amid the turmoil Leo Harting, a Second Secretary in the British Embassy, has gone missing - along with more than forty Confidential embassy files. Alan Turner of the Foreign Office must travel to Bonn to recover them. As…
    • Add to basket
  • Adam BedeAdam BedeQuick View
    • Adam BedeAdam BedeQuick View
    • Adam Bede

    • £10.00
    • Carpenter Adam Bede is in love with the beautiful Hetty Sorrel, but unknown to him, he has a rival, in the local squire’s son Arthur Donnithorne. Hetty is soon attracted by Arthur’s seductive charm and they begin to meet in secret. The relationship is to have tragic consequences that reach…
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  • Agent Running in the FieldAgent Running in the FieldQuick View
    • Agent Running in the FieldAgent Running in the FieldQuick View
    • Agent Running in the Field

    • £30.00
    • Nat, a 47 year-old veteran of Britain's Secret Intelligence Service, believes his years as an agent runner are over. He is back in London with his wife, the long-suffering Prue. But with the growing threat from Moscow Centre, the office has one more job for him. Nat is to take…
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  • Death and the Dear GirlsDeath and the Dear GirlsQuick View
    • Death and the Dear GirlsDeath and the Dear GirlsQuick View
    • Death and the Dear Girls

    • £30.00
    • One of the detective novels written by Anglo-American writer Hugh Wheeler under his Jonathan Stagge pseudonym (one of several he used). He was most known for being a libretto/book writer on Broadway, responsible for the rewrite of Bernstein's Candide and the book for Sondheim's Sweeney Todd.
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  • Further Experiences of an Irish R. M.Further Experiences of an Irish R. M.Quick View
    • Further Experiences of an Irish R. M.Further Experiences of an Irish R. M.Quick View
    • Further Experiences of an Irish R. M.

    • £25.00
    • The follow up to Some Experiences of an Irish R. M. (1899) by writing duo, Somerville and Ross (Edith Somerville & Violet Florence Martin). he various stories concern the life of an Anglo-Irish former British Army officer recently appointed as a resident magistrate (R.M.) in Ireland, which at that stage…
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  • No Bail For The JudgeNo Bail For The JudgeQuick View
    • No Bail For The JudgeNo Bail For The JudgeQuick View
    • No Bail For The Judge

    • £12.00
    • Henry Cecil Leon (1902-1976), using the pen-names Henry Cecil and Clifford Maxwell, was a judge and a writer of fiction about the British legal system. He was born near London in 1902 and was called to the Bar in 1923. While at Paramount Pictures, Alfred Hitchcock worked on adapting No…
    • Add to basket
  • Our GameOur GameQuick View
    • Our GameOur GameQuick View
    • Our Game

    • £20.00
    • At 48, Tim Cranmer is a secret servant in premature retirement in deepest Somerset. His Cold War won he is free to devote himself to his manor house, his vineyard and his young mistress, Emma. But you cannot escape your past, especially when Tim's past lives just twenty miles away…
    • Add to basket
  • Our Kind of TraitorOur Kind of TraitorQuick View
    • Our Kind of TraitorOur Kind of TraitorQuick View
    • Our Kind of Traitor

    • £13.00
    • Britain is in the depths of recession. A left-leaning young Oxford academic and his barrister girlfriend take an off-peak holiday on the Caribbean island of Antigua. By seeming chance they bump into a Russian millionaire called Dima who owns a peninsula and a diamond-encrusted gold watch. He also has a…
    • Add to basket
  • Selected Poems of John PreslandSelected Poems of John PreslandQuick View
    • Selected Poems of John PreslandSelected Poems of John PreslandQuick View
    • Selected Poems of John Presland

    • £15.00
    • John Presland was the pseudonym of the Australian poet, Gladys Williams (1885-1975) later Mrs. Skelton and Mrs. Bendit. She also wrote: The Marionettes: A Puppet-Show in Two Parts (1907), Joan of Arc (1909), Mary Queen of Scots (1910), Manin and the Defence of Venice (1911), The Deluge and Other Poems…
    • Add to basket
  • Single & SingleSingle & SingleQuick View
    • Single & SingleSingle & SingleQuick View
    • Single & Single

    • £12.00
    • A corporate lawyer from the House of Single & Single is shot dead in cold blood on a Turkish hillside. A children's entertainer in Devon is hauled to his local bank late at night to explain a monumental influx of cash. A Russian freighter is arrested in the Black Sea.…
    • Add to basket
  • The Ballad of Reading GaolThe Ballad of Reading GaolQuick View
    • The Ballad of Reading GaolThe Ballad of Reading GaolQuick View
    • The Ballad of Reading Gaol

    • £150.00
    • Wilde's famous poem was written in exile in Berneval-le-Grand, after his release from Reading Gaol on 19 May 1897 (he had been incarcerated after being convicted of gross indecency with other men in 1895 and sentenced to two years' hard labour in prison). During his time Charles Thomas Wooldridge was…
    • Add to basket
  • The Christmas Books of Mr M. A. Titmarsh (vol IX of XIII)The Christmas Books of Mr M. A. Titmarsh (vol IX of XIII)Quick View
  • The Constant GardenerThe Constant GardenerQuick View
    • The Constant GardenerThe Constant GardenerQuick View
    • The Constant Gardener

    • £30.00
    • Tessa Quayle, a brilliant and beautiful young social activist, has been found brutally murdered by Lake Turkana in Nairobi. The rumours are that she was faithless, careless, but her husband Justin, a reserved, garden-loving British diplomat, refuses to believe them. As he sets out to discover what really happened to…
    • Add to basket
  • The Constant GardenerThe Constant GardenerQuick View
    • The Constant GardenerThe Constant GardenerQuick View
    • The Constant Gardener

    • £10.00
    • Tessa Quayle has been horribly murdered on the shores of Lake Turkana in Northern Kenya, the birthplace of mankind. Her putative African lover, a doctor with one of the aid agencies, has disappeared. Her husband, Justin, a career diplomat and amateur gardener at the British High Commission in Nairobi, sets…
    • Add to basket
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