Book List:35 titles
  • Manchester, 1867. Widowed in mysterious circumstances and compelled to marry again by his domineering father Frederick, Brook Ferguson selects as his new bride the beautiful, strong-willed Cordelia. But after she comes to live with Brook and Frederic...


  • In 1588 the Spanish Armada had been defeated in the English Channel and the whole of Elizabethan England was alert for the revenge that surely had to follow.Men like John Killigrew, commanding a key position on the Cornish coast, were vital to the su...


  • One side of Emma Spry's face was marred during birth, her father was killed in a duel, and her mother's ambitions lie with her beautiful sister Tamsin. The ugly duckling of the family, Emma receives little affection.And while Bram Fox may be dangerou...


  • When Gene Vanbrugh discovers that a proposed business associate has been murdered he sets out to uncover the truth. His path crosses with that of Anya Stonaris, the beautiful but aloof mistress to a politician with a decidedly murky past, and their m...


  • Why did he do it?The purpose of Philip Turner's journey to Amsterdam is to investigate the apparent suicide of his bother Grevil. He has not seen him for several years.His enquiries lead him from Holland to Capri in search of a mysterious girl to who...


  • The reluctant spy...Spying was repugnant to Mencken - even in wartime - but he had no alternative. He took the assignment.His objective was to attend a conference of Nazi scientists, researchers in germ warfare and poison gas, and report back to Lond...


  • Half-blinded in the war, Giles Gordon lives in a world which he can only see in varying degrees of darkness. Unable to cross a room with confidence, Gordon has the courage to walk into dangers that a fit man would fear to face...In his own search for...


  • Why does disaster so often follow success?This is the question that Philippa Talbot asks herself repeatedly in the dark days that follow her triumph at Covent Garden.On that evening she sees her husband in conversation with Elizabeth Rusman, a young ...


  • Attack on a dead man . . .The vicious attack on the late Sir John Marlowe Q.C. in The Sunday Gazette is unsigned. Don Marlowe, his son - a prominent young conductor - is determined to discover the identity of the journalist. He succeeds, and precipit...






  • The stories of the Poldark family—Ross, the strong, independent squire and his beautiful, outspoken wife Demelza; their son Jeremy, killed at the battle of Waterloo; their talented, headstrong daughter Bella; and their long-standing feud with humor...


  • A motley cast of colorful characters in search of adventure, romance, and refuge descends on the elegant Hotel Saada in Agadir, Morocco, but their lives are suddenly jeopardized by a devastating earthquake. By the author of The Loving Cup. ...


  • Stephanie, a young woman with a brilliant future, finds that future at risk when she discovers that Errol, her worldly lover, may have had something to do with the recent murder of a prominent gentleman's daughter...


  • In 1815, Napoleon's return to France brings the ominous shadow of war to the remote corners of Cornwall, where Ross Poldark and his wife, Demelza, face an unwilling separation, while their son, Jeremy, joins the forces battling Napoleon's army at Wat...




  • From the author of Poldark, the bestselling book and hit television series. Ever since a fateful accident occurred in her childhood, crippling her for life, twenty-six year old Deborah Dainton has lacked confidence. Although convinced of her unatt...


  • From the author of Poldark, the bestselling book and hit television series. A life of crime can be very alluring, especially to one who falls between law-abiding respectability and the underworld . . . Twenty-four-year-old David Abden is a baronet...


  • In the closing years of the wars against Napoleon, two generations of Poldarks confront the approaching turbulence of the Industrial Revolution and the changing morality of the age, in a novel set against the stark landscape of Cornwall...


  • 1812 At Nampara, the Poldark family finds the new year brings involvement in more than one unexpected venture. For Jeremy, the opening of the Wheal Leisure mine offers the chance for further experiments with the new engine. For Ross and Demelza ther...


  • In December, 1898, a boat is wrecked on the Cornish coast near Falmouth. This is "the forgotten story" of some of the people who came unexpectedly to be passengers in the ship on her last voyage, of their loved ones and enemies, and of how a young bo...


  • 1810 In Cornwall, the Poldark family awaits the return of Ross from his mission to Wellington's army in Portugal. But their ordered existence ends with Jeremy Poldark's dramatic rescue of THE STRANGER FROM THE SEA Stephen Carrington's arrival in ...


  • Paul Stafford's shift from popular paintings to ambitious works alienates his wife, his patrons, and the critics, leads him into seclusion, and culminates in a trial involving the shooting death of his former wife while hunting with a good friend of ...


  • Where there's smoke . . . . . . there's usually an Insurance Agent hurrying to the scene to assess the damage. In Winston Graham's Fortune is a Woman, Oliver Branwell is sent to investigate a fire at Lowis Manor and finds that things are not all ...


  • A chance meeting with a Japanese girl on a Brighton train . . . A night spent on the Bernina Pass trapped by snow . . . A terrifying experience during a childhood convalescence . . . These are a few of the real life incidents which inspired some of...


  • AS THE 18th CENTURY EBBS, Ross Poldark sits for the borough of Truro as Member of Parliament -- his time divided between London and Cornwall, his heart divided still about his wife, Demelza. His old feud with George Warleggan still flares -...


  • CORNWALL, 1795-1799 ... At last, Ross Poldark has found prosperity and happiness. But each of the women whose lives touch his will face a crisis that could ruin her marriage and her life. For THE FOUR SWANS - Ross's wife Demelza, his old love Elizab...


  • Norah has been in the Syme household a few days before she learns of her close resemblance to her employer's niece, Marion Syme, who drowned several years ago. Is there something to be afraid of in the half-deserted house - or something more sinister...


  • Cornwall in the 1790's and the enduring rivalry between Ross Poldark and George Warleggan finds a new focus - in the hopeless love of Drake Came and Morwenna Chynoweth. "I do not think the feeling between the two houses is of the best," said Morwe...







  • Beautiful Pearl Friedel has a satisfactory arrangement with William Angell, a self-indulgent solicitor, until an ambitious boxer with a vicious reputation enters their lives, and decides that he wants Pearl for himself, whatever the cost. First publi...


  • From the author of the Poldark series of novels and TREMOR, a crime mystery. When someone has not arrived home when you expect them to, it is only natural to become anxious. Do you ring the police, the hospitals or do nothing? So begins the hunt for ...


  • A DARK SHADOW... ON THE LAND... IN THE HEART. Ross Poldark burned with a fierce vision of freedom which was to drive him inexorably into a bitter struggle with the powerful Warleggan family, the cynical mine-masters who ruled the lives of the mi...


  • The Poldarks face disaster... As Ross stands trial for his life, Demelza awaits the birth of JEREMY POLDARK It's all over thought Ross, and so much better if I'd stuck to my guns and made the speech I wanted. As it is, I haven't even the satisf...


  • Ross Poldark had returned from the war in the American colonies filled with a bold vision which made him a stranger to the elegant and delicately-bred society which had nurtured him. His marriage to Demelza, the fiery young vixen from the basest rank...


  • Cornwall in the 1780's... County of mine-masters, wreckers- and turbulentywrssions. Back to this land, his own land, comes ROSS POLDARK Ross looked across at Francis. "I've interrupted a party. Is it in celebration of the peace or in honour of ...