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  • A Tangled Webby LM Montgomery

    Hesperus Press Ltd. 2014; US$ 8.74

    Follow the tangled web of relationships and emotions of the Dark and Penhollow families in this endearing classic, from the author of Anne of Green Gables.Aunt Becky?s will is proving problematic. She has left the most precious of her possessions, an antique jug, to one of her beneficiaries – but has stipulated that the person may only be identified... more...

  • Improper Storiesby Saki

    Daunt Books 2014;

    ‘Saki is like a perfect martini but with absinthe stirred in . . . heady, delicious and dangerous? Stephen Fry ‘Saki is among those few writers, inspirational when read at an early age, who definitely retain their magic when revisited decades later? Christopher Hitchens ‘These delicious, hilarious and yet surgical satires are amongst the finest... more...

  • Calm at Sunset, Calm at Dawnby Paul Watkins

    Daunt Books 2014;

    ‘Few contemporary novelists have the ability to grab readers by the throat with such intense storytelling power and not release them until the final page has been turned.? Sunday Times ‘We are carried along by the sheer force of the writing.? Times Literary Supplement ‘Reminiscent of Hemingway, he explores the clash of the masculine virtues of courage,... more...

  • American Drolleriesby Mark Twain

    Daunt Books 2014;

    ‘The father of American literature? William Faulkner ‘Twain is still the liveliest, sharpest most humane observational satirist and wit? A A Gill ‘Beguiling, brusquely fantastic yarns? John Updike ‘The greatest humorist of his age? New York Times In these extraordinary stories Mark Twain takes us from the sleepy banks of the Mississippi, through... more...

  • Sullivanby Walter Macken

    Pan Macmillan 2014; US$ 5.57

    Sullivan was a born actor. Blessed and cursed with the artist's gifts and temperament in full measure, he could hold an audience, or a woman's heart, in the palm of his hand. From a boyhood stuffed with multi-coloured dreams to defy Galway's slums, through fit-ups and fairs in the Irish countryside, to struggle and renown in Dublin, London and New... more...

  • Rain on the Windby Walter Macken

    Pan Macmillan 2014; US$ 5.57

    From boyhood to manhood big, gentle Mico had but two passions in life - the sea, and a young girl so terrible lovely-lookin' it raised your heart to heaven just to see her smile. But with a hideous birthmark on his cheek, a Jonah to those he loved, and only the simple life of a fisherman to offer, how could he hope to win Maeve? The white-capped... more...

  • The Bogmanby Walter Macken

    Pan Macmillan 2014; US$ 5.57

    At sixteen, Cahal, an illegitimate orphan, makes the journey from Dublin to the west of Ireland to his grandfather's farm. After ten years in an institution, he is finally free to return to the small village of his birth. His tyrannical grandfather soon arranges for him to marry-for money. But Cabal's feelings for a local girl with a past are strong...... more...

  • Quench the Moonby Walter Macken

    Pan Macmillan 2014; US$ 5.57

    This is the story of Stephen O'Riordan, a true son of the wild and beautiful land of Connemara, of his hopes and ambitions, and of his passionate and stormy love for Kathleen, sister of his bitterest enemy . . . It is also the story of Ireland after twenty-five years of liberty, like Stephen new in its freedom and thought yet primitive in its emotions,... more...

  • Brown Lord of the Mountainby Walter Macken

    Pan Macmillan 2014; US$ 5.57

    Like his father before him, Donn is born to the now mythical role of the Lord of the Mountain, a remote community in rural Ireland, unmarked by the passage of time. But Donn longs for a wider kingdom. He deserts his bride, roams the world, fights in wars, is footloose - yet finds that he is homesick. Sixteen years later he returns to take up the threads... more...

  • Sunset on the Window-Panesby Walter Macken

    Pan Macmillan 2014; US$ 5.57

    Careless of the hurts he inflicts along the way, Bart O'Breen walks his own road, as proud as the devil and as lonely as hell. In the Galway village of Boola, Bart O'Breen is a strong wilful young man who leaves trouble and harm in his wake. As always in a novel by Walter Macken, there is a host of memorable secondary characters, and an unfailing... more...