|Service of all the Dead - Colin Dexter|
Condition Near Fine
Dustjacket near fine, unclipped
The fourth Morse novel.
Published by Macmillan, London 1979
Price: £95.00 / $142.50
|The Gay Galliard, the Love Story of Mary Queen of Scots - Margaret Irwin|
Condition Very Good
Published by Chatto and Windus, London
First edition, first impression 1941
Three feminine fates helped spin the threads against Mary and Bothwell - her former mother-in-law, Catherine de Medici; her cousin Elizabeth of England; and Anna Throndsen, the Norwegian mistress whom Bothwell had abandoned.
Price: £10.00 / $15.00
|The Impregnable Women - Eric Linklater, signed copy|
Condition Very Good with Good+ dustjacket.
Published by Jonathan Cape, London
First edition, first impression 1938
The time is the 1940s. The Next Great War begins. The war lasts a year and the women are robbed of husbands, sweethearts and sons........ This is an Aristophanic comedy, and takes some Aristophanic liberties.
Price: £45.00 / $67.50
|Enchanter's Nightshade - Ann Bridge, signed copy|
Condition Very Good with a Good+ dustjacket
Published by Chatto & Windus, London
First edition, first impression 1937
A period pieces of Italian provincial society thirty years earlier at the beginning of the 20th century.
Signed to the title page
Price: £85.00 / $127.50
|They Walk in the City, the Lovers in the Stone Forest - J.B.Priestley|
Condition Near Fine with a Very Good+ Dustjacket
Published by Heinemann, London
First edition, second impression 1936
Price: £24.00 / $36.00
|The Jury, a novel by Gerald Bullett|
Condition Very Good and with dustjacket.
Published by J.M.Dent, London
First edition, first impression 1935
The story of a murder trial, the theme of which is the contrast between the tiny, ordinary events of daily life and the fierce, unreal light of sudden violent action.
Price: £14.00 / $21.00