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  • Good Morning, Midnightby Jean Rhys

    Penguin Books Ltd 2016; US$ 12.78

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  • Hangover Squareby Patrick Hamilton; Anthony Quinn

    Little, Brown Book Group 2016; US$ 10.99

    The seventy-fifth anniversary edition, with a new introduction by Anthony Quinn. London, 1939, and in the grimy publands of Earls Court, George Harvey Bone is pursuing a helpless infatuation. Netta is cool, contemptuous and hopelessly desirable to George. George is adrift in a drunken hell, except in his 'dead' moments, when something goes click... more...

  • Billy Bathgateby E. L. Doctorow

    Penguin Books Ltd 2016; US$ 12.68

    'I was living in even greater circles of gangsterdom than I had dreamed, latitudes and longitudes of gangsterdom' It's 1930's New York and fifteen-year-old streetkid Billy, who can juggle, somersault and run like the wind, has been taken under the wing of notorious gangster Dutch Schultz. As Billy learns the ways of the mob, he becomes like... more...

  • A Wife of Noble Characterby Yvonne Georgina Puig

    Henry Holt and Co. 2016; US$ 27.99

    A juicy, sprawling comedy of manners about a group of thirtysomethings navigating friendship, love, and their fledgling careers among Houston?s high-powered, oil-money elite Thirty-year-old Vivienne Cally is wealthy in name only. Orphaned as a child and raised by a cold but regal aunt , Vivienne was taught to rely on her beauty and Texas tradition,... more...

  • The Cardby Arnold Bennett

    Penguin Books Ltd 2016; US$ 12.68

    Set in the raw, Victorian world of the 'Five Towns', The Card tells the extremely funny and tangled story of Denry Machin's rise from mediocrity to fame through a series of ludicrous and yet perversely successful schemes. He dances, pleads, cheats and inspires his way through life in a series of set-pieces which wonderfully evoke a now long-gone... more...

  • Songs of Springby Amy Myers

    Allison & Busby 2016; US$ 2.90

    Christmas 1917, and as the Lilley family gathers at the Rectory in the Sussex village of Ashden, the mood is far from festive. Caroline?s parents refuse to support her love of Belgian Army intelligence officer Captain Yves Rosier, and she is forced to leave abruptly. Phoebe falls in love with a divorced music-hall singer, and she too incurs her parents?... more...

  • Winter Rosesby Amy Myers

    Allison & Busby 2016; US$ 2.90

    By the summer of 1916, there is still no end to the war in sight and in the Sussex village of Ashden, as elsewhere, optimism has given way to stoicism. In the year that follows, bereavements and shortages take their toll on village life, and at the Rectory the four Lilley sisters each find their own way of contributing to the war effort, while their... more...

  • Main Streetby Sinclair Lewis

    Dover Publications 2016; US$ 7.00

    In 1930 Sinclair Lewis became the first American to win the Nobel Prize for literature, and the 1920 publication of Main Street brought him his first serious critical recognition. Born and raised in Sauk Centre, Minnesota, Lewis knew the American heartland as few other writers have. He both loved and despised small towns, and the tension between... more...

  • The Mark of Zorroby Johnston McCulley

    Dover Publications 2016; US$ 5.00

    Timid Don Diego Vega grows faint at even the mention of bloodshed and would rather read poetry than defend his own honor. No one suspects that the effete aristocrat is living a double life as Zorro the fox, bold fighter of injustice, whose sword is ever ready to defend the poor and oppressed against a corrupt governor and his merciless army. Zorro's... more...

  • He Who Plays the Kingby Mary Hocking

    Pan Macmillan 2016; US$ 6.56

    As a child of seven, Richard of York, the future King Richard the Third, watched an even younger child coping determinedly with a large boarhound. Never again was Richard to have so clear a view of Henry Tudor, who, twenty-six years later, was to cost him his crown and his life at the Battle of Bosworth Field. Mary Hocking tells a story of kingship... more...