Will & Kate
The day: 29th April 2011. The place: Westminster Abbey (and the streets of Britain). The occasion: Will and Kate's wedding. Yes, the countdown to the royal wedding is well underway, but we thought you might like an alternative
to traditional memorabilia: we've got Will & Kate fiction. No, the happy couple haven't started writing novels - there are lots of great authors called Will or Kate already. Amongst the line-up for Will's team we have Faulkner, Boyd, Gaddis, Gibson and Trevor; the Kates include Atkinson, Stockett, Grenville, Dunn and Mansfield.
Introducing Captain Alexei Dimitrevich Korolev, and an outstanding new voice in historical crime fiction...
Enter a vanished and unjust world: Jackson, Mississippi, 1962. Where black maids raise white children, but aren't trusted not to steal the silver... There's Aibileen, raising her seventeenth white child...
Beautiful, flaxen-haired Buttercup has fallen for Westley, the farm boy, and when he departs to make his fortune, she vows never to love another. So when she hears that his...
Katherine Mansfield; Lorna Sage
Contains fifteen stories, many of which are set in the author's native New Zealand, and others in England and the French Riviera.
William S. Burroughs
Intends to satirize modern society in a poetic story of sex, drugs, disease and adventure.
Summer, 1921. Eight-year-old Lucy Gault clings to glens and woods above Lahardane - the home her family is being forced to abandon. She knows Gaults are no longer welcome in...
The Bloodworths come from Ackerman's Field, Tennessee. Theirs is a rough and violent past and Boyd Bloodworth - father of the hero, Fleming - is intent on continuing the tradition...
A story which mixes tenderness, terror, suspense and dark comedy. It is told by Olympia Binewski, a bald albino hunchback dwarf and members of the American carnival family. Al and...
Successive episodes in the death and burial of Addie Bundren are recounted by various members of the family circle, principally as they are carting their mother's coffin to Jefferson, Mississippi...
W. Somerset Maugham; Nicholas...
Traces the fortunes of Edward Driffield and his extraordinary wife Rosie, one of the most delightful heroines of twentieth-century literature.
The haunting second novel from the author of the No.1 bestseller, The House at Riverton
Ruby Lennox was conceived grudgingly by Bunty and born while her father, George, was in the Dog and Hare in Doncaster telling a woman in an emerald dress and a...
William Makepeace Thackeray; Andrew...
Set in the second half of the eighteenth century, Barry Lyndon is the fictional autobiography of an adventurer and rogue whom the reader is led to distrust from the...
Two sisters. One heart-breaking secret. And a past that cannot stay buried.
The Pontellier family are spending a hot, lazy holiday on the Gulf of Mexico. No-one expects that Edna Pontellier should be preoccupied with anything more than her husband and children...
Evelyn is struggling to come to terms with the loss of her brother in the Great War, and to make her own way in the world - when a woman...