A brand new Agatha Christie omnibus, bringing together all four stand-alone novels she wrote in the 1960s and early 70s - Endless Night, By the Pricking of My Thumbs, Passenger to Frankfurt and her last book Postern of Fate. Agatha Christie's imaginative crime novels and thrillers made her a househol... read more
|Awards:||Long-listed for Man Booker Prize 2017.|
El unico hecho inmutable en la vida de Ferguson es que nacio el 3 de marzo de 1947 en Newark, Nueva Jersey. A partir de ese momento, varios caminos se abren ante el y lo llevaran a vivir cuatro vidas completamente distintas, a crecer y a explorar de formas diferentes el amor, la am... read more
|Author:||Alexander McCall Smith|
|Series:||44 Scotland Street Ser.|
Bestselling author Alexander McCall Smith brings all the warmth of his extraordinary No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency books and the Sunday Philosophy Club series to this witty novel chronicling the lives of the residents of 44 Scotland Street in Edinburgh... read more
2005. A paperback copy in very good condition.
Neville Spearman Ltd, 1963. First edition. A fine, unmarked copy in a very good, unclipped d/w with light edge wear and panel scuffing.
From one of the most powerful writers in modern fiction comes a dystopian vision of a world where money reigns supreme, and nothing is so precious that it can't be bought.... The penalty for Dani Cumali's murder: 84,000. Theo works in the Criminal Audit Office. He assesses each crime th... read more
1987, A paperback copy in very good condition.
Michael Joseph, 1959. First edition. A very good copy. Browning to the edges and flyleaf shadows to the endpapers. Previous owner (Sir William Heseltine) signature to the front free endpaper. Otherwise a nice clean copy . The d/w is worn but good and bright.
CQUP, 1996. First edition. A near fine copy only marked by light rubbing to the wraps.
CQUT, 1996. First edition. A near fine copy only marked by light sunfading to the spine. This copy has been SIGNED by the author to the front page.
|Awards:||Longlisted for the 2018 Women's Prize for Fiction|
Early on a grey November morning in 1941, only weeks after the German invasion, a small Ukrainian town is overrun by the SS.
Deft, spare and devastating, Rachel Seiffert's new novel tells of the three days that follow and the lives that are overturned in the process. ... read more