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  • Adam Bedeby George Eliot

    Random House 2016; US$ 11.27 US$ 8.45

    It may seem like an old tale: the beautiful village girl, her faithful admirer, a country squire's seduction. But seen through the eyes of any of its players, the old tale becomes one of fresh heartbreak, innocent hopes, best intentions gone awry, and better selves lost and restored. George Eliot's first novel shows all her humane intelligence and... more...

  • Daniel Derondaby George Eliot

    Random House 2016; US$ 11.27 US$ 8.45

    A beautiful young woman stands poised over the gambling tables in an expensive hotel. She is aware of, and resents, the gaze of an unusual young man, a stranger, who seems to judge her, and find her wanting. The encounter will change her life. The strange young man is Daniel Deronda, brought up with his own origins shrouded in mystery, searching... more...

  • Growing Upby Angela Thirkell

    Little, Brown Book Group 2016; US$ 7.99

    Barsetshire in the war years. Growing Up is the story of ladies, gentlemen, and their irrepressible children keeping the war at bay in their country town. Trying to do their part as the Second World War ravages Europe, Sir Harry and Lady Waring open their estate to convalescing soldiers - bringing romance, drama, and subtle life lessons to the Warings'... more...

  • Two Bottles of Relish: The Little Tales of Smethers and Other Storiesby Lord Dunsany

    HarperCollins Publishers 2016; US$ 9.16

    Lord Dunsany mixes reality with fantasy in this forgotten collection of modern detective stories. Some are macabre, others have a lighter and more amusing touch, but every story stimulates the imagination and reveals the acknowledged master of the short story at his very best. more...

  • Another Little Christmas Murderby Lorna Nicholl Morgan

    Little, Brown Book Group 2016; US$ 10.99

    A classic country house mystery republished for the first time in nearly seventy years. Perfect for fans of Murder at the Old Vicarage and Partners in Crime. When Dilys Hughes finds herself snowbound in the middle of a bleak and lonely stretch of Yorkshire, she has no option but to accept help from passing motorist Inigo Brown, who is on... more...

  • The Marvellous (But Authentic) Adventures of Captain Corcoranby Alfred Assollant; Sam Miller

    Random House 2016; US$ 14.09 US$ 10.57

    Introducing the Marvellous Captain Corcoran ? he is charming to ladies, courteous to true gentlemen, death to pirates and merciless to the English. He speaks several languages, can bend an iron bar with his bare hands, and has adventured his way across the seven seas with his faithful friend Louison by his side. Loyal only to her master, Louison can... more...

  • Maigret Takes a Roomby Georges Simenon; Shaun Whiteside

    Penguin Books Ltd 2016; US$ 9.86

    When one of his best inspectors is shot, Maigret decides to book himself into Mademoiselle Clément's well-kept Paris boarding house nearby in order to find the culprit. 'What he thought he had discovered, in place of the joyful candour that she usually displayed, was an irony which was neither less cheerful nor less childish, but which troubled... more...

  • Peace Breaks Outby Angela Thirkell

    Little, Brown Book Group 2016; US$ 7.99

    Barsetshire in the war years. True to the theory that a positive change creates almost as much stress as a negative one, the outbreak of Peace is met with trepidation. The Government falls, Mr Adams contests Anne Fielding's father for MP, and bread is not delivered (somehow equivalent events). However the main action focuses on David Leslie who, at... more...

  • The Eveningsby Gerard Reve; Sam Garrett

    Pushkin Press 2016; US$ 15.99

    A modern masterpiece, voted the best Dutch novel of all time 'I work in an office. I take cards out of a file. Once I have taken them out, I put them back in again. That is it.' Twenty-three-year-old Frits - office worker, daydreamer, teller of inappropriate jokes - finds life absurd and inexplicable. He lives with his parents, who drive him... more...

  • The Man Who Watched the Trains Go Byby Georges Simenon; Sian Reynolds

    Penguin Books Ltd 2016; US$ 11.27

    A brilliant new translation of one of Simenon's best loved masterpieces. 'A certain furtive, almost shameful emotion ... disturbed him whenever he saw a train go by, a night train especially, its blinds drawn down on the mystery of its passengers' Kees Popinga is a respectable Dutch citizen and family man. Then he discovers that his boss has... more...