Book List in Order: 13 titles


  • 'Excellent, entertaining and ingenious ... from Oscar Wilde to Arthur Conan Doyle, this fine anthology celebrates one of the richest moments in Britain's literary history' Sunday TimesThe quarter century between 1890 and the outbreak of the First Wor...



  • A Small Revolution in Germany is about growing up, or refusing to accept what growing up means; it's about the small dishonest pacts that people make with their own futures; and it's about the rare and joyous refusal to be disillusioned. ...



  • A gorgeously jacketed hardcover anthology of classic stories set in Berlin, by an international array of brilliant writers. Berlin has long been a magnet for writers and artists from all over. Since the nineteenth century when Dostoevsky sought in...



  • Please Read Notes: Brand New, International Softcover Edition, Printed in black and white pages, minor self wear on the cover or pages, Sale restriction may be printed on the book, but Book name, contents, and author are exactly same as Hardcover Edi...





  • 'Eclectic, entertaining ... almost all British, if not human, life is here' Boyd Tonkin, Independent 'Mind-stretching, heart-breaking, beautifully-crafted fiction' Claire Harman, Evening Standard 'She would tear the house down - shatter the windows, ...





  • "Beautifully packed with detail . . . Does for Bangladesh what Rushdie did for India." ―The Sunday TimesFrom the Man Booker–short-listed author of The Northern Clemency, a family and a nation―Bangladesh―are forged through storytelling, conver...



  • Far from London's crime and pollution, Hanmouth's wealthier residents live in picturesque, heavily mortgaged cottages in the center of a town packed with artisanal cheese shops and antiques stores. They're reminded of the town's less desirable outski...







  • In 1974, the Sellers family is transplanted from London to Sheffield in northern England. On the day they move in, the Glover household across the street is in upheaval: convinced that his wife is having an affair, Malcolm Glover has suddenly disappe...





  • With Tolstoyan sweep and Dickensian vitality, this epically involving historical novel relates England’s tragic adventure in Afghanistan, which began with the triumphant arrival of the Army of the Indus in 1839 and ended three years later in rout a...



  • This is a novel that explores music, lying, marriage and cooking against the backdrop of contemporary Vienna. Fledgling singer Friederike marries English music-tender Archy who claims to have discovered the lost last act of Alban Berg's opera Lulu....