Death Comes to Lynchester Close
Lord Francis Powerscourt is approached by the Bishop of Lynchester, who has suspicions about the death of a Cathedral Close resident. When a prospective new tenant is poisoned, Powerscourt’s investigation uncovers a trail of corruption leading to the cathedral itself.
Death Comes to Pemberley
A much-acclaimed sequel to Pride and Prejudice, PD James’s bestselling thriller is set in 1803, six years after Darcy and Elizabeth’s marriage. Their orderly world at Pemberley is shattered when Elizabeth’s sister, Lydia Wickham, arrives in distress, screaming that her husband has been murdered.
The Annotated Flatland
A Romance of Many Dimensions
In 1884 the celebrated English clergyman and teacher Edwin A Abbott published Flatland, a delightful satirical tale which introduced Victorian readers to the radical idea of a fourth dimension. Ian Stewart's extensively annotated edition of the book makes the text accessible to the modern reader, not only explaining the mathematics needed to understand A Square's sojourn in The Land of Three Dimensions but also giving information about references to Victorian culture and Abbott's intellectual circle.