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  • The Celebrityby Winston Churchill

    The Floating Press 2012; US$ 3.99

    Not to be confused with his counterpart, the esteemed British statesman, American author Winston Churchill was a military man by training who gave up a promising career as an officer to pursue his dream of becoming a novelist. In The Celebrity, Churchill spins a wildly entertaining yarn about an unnamed celebrity's hijinks as he takes his summer... more...

  • The Cords of Vanityby James Branch Cabell; Willson Follett

    The Floating Press 2012; US$ 3.99

    American author James Branch Cabell developed into a well-known fantasy writer later in his literary career, but his early novels focused on documenting (and slyly commenting upon) the lives of the American aristocracy in the early twentieth century. The Cords of Vanity follows the travails of a troubled protagonist whose creative aspirations slowly... more...

  • Count Bunkerby J. Storer Clouston

    The Floating Press 2015; US$ 3.99

    Count Bunker is the sequel to J. Storer Clouston's wildly popular comedic romp, The Lunatic at Large. In this equally amusing follow-up, old pals Baron Rudolph von Blitzenberg and Francis Mandell-Essington reunite for more madcap antics. Fans of P. G. Wodehouse's humor writing will love this book. more...

  • The Danvers Jewels and Sir Charles Danversby Mary Cholmondeley

    The Floating Press 2015; US$ 3.99

    This double feature of two novels from English writer Mary Cholmondeley is an entertaining read. The Danvers Jewels, which was Cholmondeley's first published novel, is a humorous tale about a daring jewel heist. The second novel, Sir Charles Danvers, delves into the love life of one of the family members whose jewels were stolen in the first novel. more...

  • Diary of a Pilgrimageby Jerome K. Jerome

    The Floating Press 2012; US$ 3.99

    Author, actor, playwright and journalist Jerome K. Jerome first rose to literary acclaim as a writer of hilarious travelogues. Diary of a Pilgrimage continues in this vein, recounting a journey by train to take in a performance of a passion play in Germany during which Jerome and his traveling companions must contend with a number of logistical difficulties,... more...

  • The Equipment Guysby Phillip Buchanon

    OCTOCANON 2016; US$ 8.99

    Growing up, Jim and his pals Kyle and Seth didn’t simply followthe Orlando Buccaneers—they lived, breathed and ate red andwhite, flying the colors on their bedroom walls and flippingTopps football cards for quarters. Trying out for the freshman football team, Jimwas the only one of the group who really demonstrated any potential. However,... more...

  • Further Foolishnessby Stephen Leacock

    The Floating Press 2014; US$ 3.99

    If you find yourself in need of a laugh, this feather-light volume of humorous tales from Canadian writer Stephen Leacock should definitely fit the bill. His all-encompassing satirical lens focuses on targets ranging from murder mysteries to literary figures and everything in between. You'll be beside yourself with merriment and mirth in no time... more...

  • The Genial Idiotby John Kendrick Bangs

    The Floating Press 2014; US$ 3.99

    American editor and writer John Kendrick Bangs eased into humor writing and satire by anonymously submitting a few essays for publication amidst his busy career at a number of prominent publications. One of his most lasting creations is an opinionated buffoon called the Idiot. In this amusing collection, the Idiot holds forth on a number of his pet... more...

  • The Gilded Ageby Mark Twain; Charles Dudley Warner

    The Floating Press 1873; US$ 3.99

    The only book that Mark Twain ever wrote in collaboration with another author, The Gilded Age is a novel that viciously and hilariously satirizes the greed, materialism, and corruption that characterized much of upper-class America in the nineteenth century. The title term -- inspired by a line in Shakespeare's King John -- has become synonymous... more...

  • Half-Hours with the Idiotby John Kendrick Bangs

    The Floating Press 2014; US$ 3.99

    Part of John Kendrick Bangs' beloved Idiot series, based around the exaggerated exploits of the eponymous antihero, this collection features the Idiot's opinions on a number of diverse topics, including women, taxation, and international diplomacy. As always, the Idiot's silly soliloquies are packed with equal parts ridiculous fallacy and... more...