Sense and Sensibility: A Novel
Jane Austen's first novel tells the story of Mrs Dashwood and her two daughters, Elinor and Marianne, one full of good sense, the other prone to romantic notions. The novel was originally published in three volumes in 1811; it is reprinted here in a single, photographic facsimile of first editions from the library of Jane Austen's House Museum at Chawton. No slipcase or jacket.
Secrets, A Collection of Erotic Fiction
Buying lingerie, working in a restaurant kitchen, discussing mortgage terms... Mundane, everyday activities turn swiftly into sexual adventures in this collection of nine erotic short stories from Agent Provocateur. Off-mint and sexually explicit.
A murder mystery that enmeshes DI Archer of Scotland Yard in a high-level espionage drama, Len Deighton’s novel is set in Britain in 1941, nine months after British Command surrendered to the Nazis. Written in 1978, this compelling ‘alternative reality’ portrayal of Britain under Nazi rule became a BBC drama series in 2017. Reissued with a new introduction by Deighton.
The Summer of Dead Toys
Taken off one case for beating up a suspected human trafficker, Inspector Salgado is sent to investigate a teenager’s death in uptown Barcelona. The boy’s fatal fall appears to be an accident, but Salgado uncovers sinister links between powerful families and two seemingly insoluble cases.