Book List:15 titles
  • Jim Hawkins, the cabin-boy hero of Treasure Island, has grown up. With his fortune from the South Seas, he has expanded and improved the family inn, the old Admiral Benbow, on the coast of Somerset, where, from behind the bar, he regales travelers wi...


  • Once upon a time and long ago, when snow tasted like cream, and timber tasted like sweet cake, and every tenth egg laid by a duck had a diamond in it, there lived up in the North of Ireland a very bad man.The third short story in Frank Delaney's seri...


  • "Every legend and all mythologies exist to teach us how to run our days. In kind fashion. A loving way. But there's no story, no matter how ancient, as important as one's own. So if we're to live good lives, we have to tell ourselves our own story. I...


  • Long long ago, when the pigs ate the apples off the trees and the birds flew upside down - so begins a tale by an Irish fireside. And thereby Frank Delaney, the New York Times bestselling author of Ireland, launches STORYTELLERS, a new series of shor...


  • And there's a legend--she had only vague details--that all couples who are meant to marry are connected by an invisible silver cord which is wrapped around their ankles at birth, and in time the matchmaking gods pull those cords tighter and tighter a...


  • She sprang from the womb and waved to the crowd. Then smiled and took a bow. And so we first meet Venetia Kelly, the beguiling actress at the center of this new, spellbinding, and epic novel by Frank Delaney, the bestselling author of Ireland and Sha...


  • "My wooing began in passion, was defined by violence and circumscribed by land; all these elements molded my soul." So writes Charles O'Brien, the unforgettable hero of bestselling author Frank Delaney's extraordinary new novel -- a sweeping epic of ...


  • In the winter of 1951, a storyteller arrives at the home of nine-year-old Ronan O'Mara in the Irish countryside. The last practitioner of an honored, centuries-old tradition, the Seanchai enthralls his assembled audience for three evenings running wi...


  • New thriller from one of Britain's most skilled and wide-ranging novelists, featuring Nicholas Newman, the hero of The Amethysts, the pscyhological thriller acclaimed by the Sunday Telegraph as 'harrowing, absorbing ...unforgettable' and Pearl....






  • The second in the Amethyst series of novels that explore the genesis of evil, as expressed in Nazi Germany, and mean to discover how it can survive or thrive in a civilized world. As protagonist, a very civilized (perhaps overly civilized) architec...


  • During a holiday to recover from the brutal death of his lover Madeleine, English architect Nicholas Newman discovers an unexpected link to her death in a Hungarian couple's photo, a small amethyst carving. He is soon thrust into a violent evil that ...


  • Ellen Morris is confident, beautiful, bright and educated. Early in 1925, she accepts a teaching post in a rural, misty village. There the young city girl meets two men who will radically transform her. One is the handsome and respected Thomas Kane, ...



  • A novel read by the author. "Gone With the Wind" has come to the Ritz, and the mill-women have taken up a collection to send Belle, their own storytelling star to the best seat. Next day, as she tells them at the grim looms of Gable and Leigh, a hand...


  • The author recounts his favourite Celtic legends, drawing on the oral tradition of story telling of the last thousand years. He demonstrates the universality of our stories, and the many motifs that we have in common with ancient mythology....