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Alfred J. Church
£50.00

The Story of the Last Days of Jerusalem, from Josephus

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A novel based on the eyewitness account of Josephus of the capture of Jerusalem by the Romans in 70 AD.

Alfred J. Church
£40.00

The Count of the Saxon Shore, or, The Villa in Vectis

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A novel set in the time of the withdrawal of the Roman Legions from British shores. Including the fictionalised Isle of Wight setting of "The Villa in Vectis."

D.E. Stevenson
£15.00

The House on the Cliff

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A small-part actress returns to her family home in the West Country, and her ignorance of local conditions lead her in to dangerous adventures.

Jane Austen
£25.00

Volume The First

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A most charming collection of stories, playlets, verses and moral fragments, most likely written when Jane Austen was between the ages of twelve and eighteen.

William Arkwright
£25.00

Knowledge and Life

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Eighteen philosophical and spiritual compositions by a descendant of the Industrialist Richard Arkwright. Including The Ant's First Story and A Ligurian Paradise.

Jane Austen
£40.00

Northanger Abbey (Goldfinch Titles edition)

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Jane Austen's tale of contemporary manners and so much more. "No one who had ever seen Catherine Morland in her infancy would have supposed her born to be a heroine."

Dannie Abse
£20.00

Ash on a Young Man's Sleeve

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A humorous and sensitive tale of a boy growing up in South Wales.

Olivia Manning
£180.00

The Levant Trilogy: The Danger Tree, The Battle Lost and Won, and The Sum of Things

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The ongoing war time stories of Harriet and Guy Pringle as they move to Egypt, Jerusalem and Syria; whilst Rommel continues his march across the desert.

Margery Allingham
£30.00

Hide My Eyes

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"It begins with a murder on a rainy night in a cul-de-sac off London theatreland. Who were the strange couple in the country bus..."

Margery Allingham
£60.00

Dance of the Years

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An often overlooked work, this is a fictionalised account of Margery Allinghams family history.

Margery Allingham
£20.00

The Mind Readers

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Familiar characters encounter new breakthroughs in the science of extra sensory perception, and the international power struggles around its control.

Colleen B. Gilbert
£12.00

A Bibliography of the Works of Dorothy L. Sayers.

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A complete bibliography covering the wide range of Dorothy L. Sayers detective fiction, poetry, translations, essays and plays. Also including a catalogue of contributions to periodicals, reviews, broadcasts and lectures.

Giambattista Basile
£80.00

Stories from the Pentamerone

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This collection of folk tales was first published in Naples, in the Neapolitan dialect, by Giambattista Basile (died C. 1637) They are believed to have been collected mainly in Venice and Crete.

Robert S. Surtees
£75.00

Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour

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Amusing sporting tales of the (mis)adventures of Mr. Sponge and a large cast of characters.

Walter Bessant and James Rice
£25.00

By Celia's Arbour: A Tale of Portsmouth Town

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Written by two now neglected contemporaries of Dickens, this tale is full of authentic details of Portsmouth in the 1840's and 50's.

A.J. Russell
£35.00

Christ Comes to Town

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An imaginary tale of what would happen if Christ and His Disciples returned to live on earth in the author's own generation.

Eleanor Farjeon
£40.00

Cherrystones

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Charming poems for children, based on the traditional cherry stone counting rhyme.

Dylan Thomas
£80.00

Under Milk Wood

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Dylan Thomas' iconic "play for voices," completed within a month of his early death.

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