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- St. Martin's Press 2014; US$ 25.99
As the holidays draw near in Caerphilly, Mother volunteers to take part in in a big Christmas-themed decorator show house?each room of a temporarily untenanted house is decorated to the hilt by a different decorator for the public to tour. Of course, Mother insists that Meg pitch in with the organization, and she finds herself surrounded by flamboyant... more...
- Hodder & Stoughton 2014; Not Available
Alan Stoob, hero of this hilarious novel has been described as a new member of the great pantheon of British comic characters - genus awkward old bastard - that already includes Mr Micawber, Mr Pooter and Captain Mainwairing. Originally a Twitter sensation, whose fans include India Knight and Dara O'Brien, he now walks the pages of this book... more...
- Hodder & Stoughton 2014; Not Available
Take one Queen Bee: Annabel Buchanan, with a perfect house in the country, a rich husband and a beautiful daughter, Izzy . . . . . . and one large, loud family: the Bensons. What happens when their worlds collide? When Izzy suddenly falls dangerously ill, adoptee Annabel has to track down her biological family to see if they can help her daughter.... more...
- Yucca Publishing 2014; US$ 24.95
Down the street, a dog is running around a lamp post on a leash. I feel like I?m on a similar trajectory. Sam Bennett is the last of a dying breed, a former Mad Man, now made redundant after 30 years at the same advertising agency. Left with his awards and a case of Bulgarian whiskey (which he still can?t remember buying), Sam retreats to his home,... more...
- Bastei Entertainment 2014; US$ 4.14
Humor und Tod, passt das zusammen? Peter Waldbauer, ehemals Fachkraft im Bereich "Letzte Reise", sagt: Na klar! In keinem Job wird so laut gelacht wie in der Bestatterbranche - natürlich auch unter Niveau. "Ruf ich beim Bestatter an, ist die Leitung tot" versammelt über 250 Sprüche, Witze, Grabsprüche und letzte Worte aus dem... more...
The Janet Evanovich Collection: The Stephanie Plum Novels (Books 4 to 16 plus four Between the Numbers novels)St. Martin's Press 2014; US$ 147.83
Available for the first time in this stunning electronic edition, THE JANET EVANOVICH COLLECTION: THE STEPHANIE PLUM NOVELS (books 4 to 16 plus four Between-the-Numbers novels) is sure to delight the #1 New York Times bestselling author's millions of fans. Includes: FOUR TO SCORE HIGH FIVE HOT SIX SEVEN UP HARD EIGHT TO THE NINES TEN BIG... more...
- Open Road Distribution 2014; US$ 6.99
Two women looking back over fifty years: one full of regret, the other not admitting to mistakes and continuing to be fiercely positive. Which approach, in the end, is likely to prove more satisfying?both for Daisy herself and for those who live around her? more...
- The Floating Press 1878; US$ 3.99
Henry James, the nineteenth-century American writer who was lauded for his skill with insightful, elegantly styled prose, was fascinated by the differences between Americans and their European counterparts. This theme was a feature of many of his works, including the novella The Europeans. In this text, James takes a comic approach to highlighting... more...
- The Floating Press 2011; US$ 3.99
Although it may read to modern audiences like a hilarious slapstick comedy, The Inspector-General is actually much more than that. Famed Russian writer Nikolai Gogol intended it to be a veiled but pointed satire of the ineptitude, corruption, and greed that exemplified the Russian bureaucracy in the nineteenth century. The witty play was later used... more...