Book List:24 titles
  • Originally published in Redbook magazine (January 1940), ENCHANTED SNOW is A. J. Cronin’s romantic and thrilling tale of Lewis Merrid, a young American shipping company owner, who, while traveling by train to Vienna, becomes irresistibly attracted ...


  • Three rare novelettes by A. J. Cronin: MASCOT FOR UNCLE is the moving story of the special bond between “Uncle,” a would-be doctor whose object in life is to go to China as a medical missionary but who for 17 years is unable to pass his final exa...


  • The famous Dr Finlay stories.Adventures of a Black Bag represents a selection of A J Cronin's best stories - stories which are tragic, funny and wry, each revolving around two doctors whose tremendously popular TV and radio series have made them hous...


  • Knowing his father's profoundest wish, that his son should succeed him as Rector of Stillwater, Stephen Desmonde tried to be worthy. But the siren call of art was too overwhelming; he felt driven as though by demons to pursue his vision of the world'...


  • Gracie Lindsay's return to Levenford arouses mixed feelings: to her uncle Daniel she is the daughter he never had; to David Murray she is the woman he still loves though he is now engaged to another; and to the townspeople she is the girl who seven y...


  • A. J. Cronin's famous story is a soul-stirring novel of pride and greed, and its terrible retribution. When her father forced her to leave school, and cut off all her contact with the past and future, Mary Brodie's whole life became the narrow comp...


  • Lady with Carnations is not only the traditional name of a famous Holbein miniature which unexpectedly comes into a London salesroom in the mid-thirties: it is also the soubriquet by which some of her close friends think of the antique-dealer who buy...


  • Desmonde Fitzgerald is handsome, charming and blessed with a marvellous singing voice - he is the Minstrel Boy. He becomes a priest, winning the coveted Golden Chalice for his singing when in seminary school abroad. But the duality of nature threaten...


  • In the heat of late afternoon, a young boy waits at the station for his father. A plume of steam, white against the purple-heathered hills, marks the train. Beyond, blooming along the shoreline, the flowers of high summer, as a tall-funnelled paddle ...






  • Dr Finlay's Casebook is a delightful collection of episodic stories of Dr Finlay and his life in the fictional Scottish village of Tannochbrae during the inter-war years and based on A.J. Cronin's own experiences as a doctor. The BBC went on to drama...


  • The Valorous Years represents something of an event for fans of A. J. Cronin. Here, published for the first time in book form, is his poignant and moving story of a young man, Duncan Stirling, who, though his left arm is crippled by polio, is determi...


  • Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and...





  • Destiny brings two lonely people together in this moving love story by A J Cronin, one of the master story-tellers of our time.Dr Harvey Leith, brilliant research scientist, awakes from a drunken stupor to find himself aboard a liner bound for the ro...


  • Dr. Robert Shannon is a dedicated medical scientist who must learn to master his own temptations before he can vanquish human suffering. Sequel to The Green Years...



  • A Pocketful Of Rye is a novel of cunning and conscience, life and the struggle to continue living with the sadness of love all but forgotten in the wake of days gone by, written with the imaginative energy and driving force of all of A.J. Cronin's no...


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  • The Stars Look Down was A.J. Cronin's fourth novel, published in 1935, and this tale of a North country mining family was a great favourite with his readers. Robert Fenwick is a miner, and so are his three sons. His wife is proud that all her four...


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    In a story of wide and fascinating detail A. J. Cronin tells of Dr. David Morey who tries to atone for his desertion of the woman he loved.Beguiled by the prospect of riches he goes on to marry Dottie, a spoiled but beautiful neurotic who brings him ...


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    Henry Page, owner of The Northern Light, the oldest and most respected newspaper in Tynecastle, is offered a vast sum to turn over control to a mass-circulation group based in London. He refuses - despite entreaties by his wife to accept - and so beg...