October 2013

Ancient Sorceries And Other Chilling Tales
May 2013

Evelyn Waugh: a biography
A Talent To Annoy
October 2012

The Savage Wedding
Break of Day
Christmas Pudding (hardback gift edition)
Les Belles Amours
July 2012

The Cabala
The Woman of Andros & The Ides of March
The Man on the Bridge
The Love of the Last Tycoon & The Crack-up
Roundabout Way
May 2012

On the Side of the Angels
The Secret City
The World Over
October 2011

Pigeon Pie
The Juniper Tree
Christmas Pudding
July 2011

New Arabian Nights
The Mystery of a Hansom Cab
Uncommon Law
May 2011

When I was Otherwise
The Real Charlotte
October 2010

A Christmas Carol - No Longer Available
The Aloe - No Longer Available
The Gift of the Magi - No Longer Available
Agnes Grey - No Longer Available
July 2010

The Undiscovered Country
Island Pharisees - No Longer Available
Heart of Darkness - No Longer Available
Highland Fling
May 2010

The Man Who Loved Children
Maurice Guest - No Longer Available
Peking Picnic
The Unbearable Bassington - No Longer Available
March 2010

Scenes from the Latin Quarter - No Longer Available
Wuthering Heights - No Longer Available
The Knot of Vipers
The Green Child
January 2010

The Dupin Mysteries
These Charming People
Non Combatants and others
October 2009

Allan Quatermain
A State of Change
Love in Winter
July 2009

We, the Accused
Shirley's Guild
May 2009

Gulliver's Travels and A Modest Proposal
You Shall Know Them
My Name is Aram
Silas Marner - No Longer Available
March 2009

South Wind
The Conclave
Two People
January 2009

Mr. Perrin and Mr. Traill - Kindle edition
The Voyage
Mr Perrin and Mr Traill - No Longer Available
Love in a Wych Elm & Other Stories
Tales of Sexual Desire
October 2008

Juan in America
How I Became a Holy Mother
Kidnapped - No Longer Available
The Hireling
July 2008

The Hound of the Baskervilles - No Longer Available
Messer Marco Polo - No Longer Available
Green Dolphin Country
The Incredulity of Father Brown
June 2008

The Dark Flower - No Longer Available
The Napoleon of Notting Hill
Dracula - No Longer Available
The Man who Knew Everything - Kindle edition
The Man Who Knew Everything
March 2008

The Green Hat
An Error of Judgement
On Horseback and Other Stories
Plain Tales from the Hills - No Longer Available
Capuchin Classics Titles
October 2013

Superb supernatural stories from a supreme exponent of the genre.
May 2013

A collection of Nancy Mitford essays, journalism and reviews spanning her career between 1929 to 1971.
Award-winning biographer Selina Hastings skillfully depicts the life and times of Evelyn Waugh
October 2012

A hardback gift edition of an early Mitford novel.
A woman called Colette passes a summer in Provence, contemplating her past, laying plans for a future – which may not include sexual love.
A disturbing, compelling story of violence and emotional violence and the search for love.
Family and sexual intrigue in 1920s France.
Sand's last published work: romance with a feminist twist.
July 2012

Unique pairing of two blistering pieces on The Jazz Age.
A brilliant tale of love, deception, betrayal and spirituality in 1950s London.
Two novels which evoke Greece and Rome in different eras.
Dark and secretive characters inhabit post WWI Rome.
MacNeice's only novel is a picaresque, inter-war romp.
May 2012

A fascinating female and psychological perspective on wartime military culture.
The inaugural James Tait Black Prize winner; a fascinating blend of personal passion and epoch-defining politics.
A collection of stories including the classic Roman Fever
October 2011

An early Mitford outing that will delight her many followers.
An exquisitely crafted, fairy tale-like novel, championed by Margaret Drabble
A sparkling World War II story from Nancy Mitford.
July 2011

Enthralling stories from one of Britain's best loved writers.
The prototype of all classic crime fiction.
A wicked satirical examination of the British legal system.
May 2011

A moving and skilful evocation of life in old age.
Old truths are revealed as a match-making scheme unravels in 19th century Anglo-Ireland
October 2010

Anne Brontë's first novel
New collection to mark the centenary of the writer's death.
The book that became The Prelude
The Capuchin version of this timeless tale.
July 2010

Capuchin's own beautiful edition of this seminal 20th century work.
Galsworthy's first novel set the tone for his attacks on upper class hypocrisy.
A dazzling, experimental novel about identity and fiction.
When the bright young things meet the old regime on a Scottish grouse moor, the real sport begins.
May 2010

A dark, intense tale of bitter family dysfunction.
One of only two full-length novels by Saki.
Cultures clash and war threatens as a love affair begins in 1930s Peking.
A study of erotic obsession and the nature of genius.
March 2010

Herbert Read’s only novel is a sustained piece of political and philosophical fantasy.
A brilliant exploration of the French Catholic soul.
One of the most powerful and romantic novels ever written
A wonderful evocation of nineteenth century Paris.
January 2010

Master of the macabre and suspense, Edgar Allan Poe’s short stories have sent shivers down spines of generations of readers.
Dazzling short stories chronicle the ‘Lost Generation’ of London youth in the 1920’s
Moving examination of First World War pacifism
October 2009

A passionate novel of love and war, set in the 1920's.
A fascinating insight into 1960's London through a fictional lens.
A ripping yarn featuring the prototype for Indiana Jones.
July 2009

A dark, compelling tale of obsession, murder and their grim consequences.
In the quiet Welsh village of Bishop’s Eywas, little Shirley inspires a chain of events not to be explained by reason.
A riches to rags odyssey - ideal for the credit crunch culture.
May 2009

Shipwrecked and cast adrift, Lemuel Gulliver wakes to find himself on Lilliput, an island inhabited by little people, whose height makes their quarrels over fashion and fame seem ridiculous.
Vercors’ classic novel raising the question: What is man?
A classic tale of familial love and loyalty.
Beautiful, connected short stories by the Pulitzer-prize winner, who is celebrated in Joseph Heller's Closing Time.
March 2009

“The south wind blows constantly during the spring and summer. Hardly less constantly in autumn. And in winter, often for weeks on end.”
Winner of the 1987 New Zealand Book Award for Fiction.
The Conclave charts the first thirty years in the life of a suburban dilettante with aesthetic aspirations, who, in the 1980s, begins a lucrative career.
A poignant and perceptive study of a marriage of a marriage in difficulty.
January 2009

One man's search for love and meaning in rural France and Paris.
A look behind the staff room door of a boys' public school, into the hearts and minds of two rival masters.
A look behind the staff room door of a boys' public school, into the hearts and minds of two rival masters.
Kent, the ‘Garden of England’ provides the rustic setting for these poignant stories from the creator of The Darling Buds of May.
The H. E. Bates Society

The three stories in this volume are often considered as a trilogy on the destructive power of sexual passion, yet this is the first time they have been published together as a single volume.
October 2008

Set in the year before the Wall Street crash, Juan in America is a classic evocation of the final mania of prohibition, as seen through equally maverick British eyes.
Time magazine review, May 1931

When the naive David Balfour sets out on his quest for a long lost relative, a terrifying chain of events is set in motion. He is plunged into a world of infamy and violence from which there seems no escape.
The Robert Louis Stevenson Fellowship for Scottish writers who want to further their career in literature

 The Hireling was made into a film starring Sarah Miles and Robert Shaw.
July 2008

 Considered by many to be one of the greatest crime novels ever written, The Hound of the Baskervilles is an absolute classic of the genre.
Donn Byrne was a story-teller, the last, as he himself explained, of a long line of Irish story-tellers. He belonged to the school of the romantic, the rhetorical, the magical – in short to the stylists of story-telling.
Israeli composer Max Stern adapted the novel into an opera
G.K. Chesterton’s little priest investigates his own murder in the first of eight unusual cases.
June 2008

The Dark Flower covers almost 30 years in the life and loves of Mark Lennan, opening in 1880 with Mark an 18-year-old undergraduate studying art at Oxford.
Picture a London in the future where democracy is dead.
Dracula is a classic of British fiction. Count Dracula is the epitome of evil, exotic and real enough to be the subject of several modern day films.

An interview with Bram Stoker about Dracula, conducted by Jane Stoddard, in the British Weekly, 1 July 1897.
The Man Who Knew Everything is not a tragedy: though it contains pain and tragedy, this finely wrought and moving novel tells of a life redeemed by the commitment of its protagonist to his métier.
Not a tragedy: though it contains pain and tragedy, this finely wrought and moving novel tells of a life redeemed by the commitment of its protagonist to his métier.
March 2008

The Green Hat perfectly reflects the atmosphere of the 1920s – the post-war fashion for verbal smartness, youthful cynicism and the spirit of rebellion of the ‘bright young things’ of Mayfair.
An Error of Judgement is a strange and disturbing story of marriage and moral dilemma.Olivia Laing's review of An Error of Judgement in The Guardian, 1st March 2008

 This new selection reflects de Maupassant’s remarkable diversity, with stories that vary in theme and tone, ranging from tragedy and satire to comedy and farce.
A BBC radio programme celebrating the life and work of Guy de Maupassant
Plain Tales From The Hills was Kipling’s first published volume of fiction. With its concentration of effect, the collection is a landmark in the history of the short story.
Jon Buchan’s essay considering race in the short story.
Image of Kipling’s writing room