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macmillan collector s library • may 2017 poetry european english irish scottish welsh thomas hardy poems of thomas hardy a new selection a fascinating selection of thomas hardy s poetry in a pocket hardback edition may macmillan collector s library poetry european english irish scottish welsh on sale 5/16/2017 hardcover 480 pages 5.9 in h 3.7 in w carton quantity 0 isbn 9781509826803 $12.99 thomas hardy saw himself first and foremost as a poet and he composed poetry throughout his prolific and acclaimed novel-writing years in 1896 dismayed by the criticism he received on publication of jude the obscure he astonished his worldwide readership by announcing that he would write no more novels from 1898 until his death in 1928 hardy published eight volumes of poetry beginning with wessex poems and other verses and this entirely new selection gives us the best from each volume now regarded as a bridge between the victorian era and modernism his poetry is lyrical and

macmillan collector s library • may 2017 fiction thrillers crime margery allingham the tiger in the smoke a dark taut psychological thriller by queen of crime margery allingham may macmillan collector s library fiction thrillers crime on sale 5/16/2017 hardcover 288 pages 5.9 in h 3.7 in w carton quantity 0 isbn 9781509826780 $12.99 meg elginbrodde a young war widow receives photographs that suggest her husband is still alive so she enlists the help of her cousin albert campion to investigate the man in the photographs turns out to be a known felon ‘duds’ morrison meg’s jealous fiancé geoffrey levitt accosts duds but both men are attacked by a criminal gang posing as a rackety street band meanwhile meg’s father canon avril a gentle priest wonders how duds came to be wearing meg’s husband’s coat a tortuous trail leads through the oppressive london fog to jack havoc a violent murderer set in a dingy and damaged post war london this

macmillan collector s library • june 2017 fiction classics mark twain the adventures of tom sawyer mark twain s funny and heartwarming story of a mississippi childhood june macmillan collector s library fiction classics on sale 6/6/2017 one of the most irrepressible and exuberant characters in the history of literature tom sawyer explodes onto the page in a whirl of bad behaviour and incredible adventures whether he is heaving clods of earth at his brother faking a gangrenous toe or trying to convince the world that he is dead tom s infectious energy and good humor shine through the adventures of tom sawyer is mark twain s joyful and nostalgic recollection of tall tales from his own boyhood by the mississippi some thirty or forty years ago an instant success on first publication in 1876 and a delight to children of all ages ever since hardcover 264 pages 5.9 in h 3.7 in w carton quantity 0 with an afterword by peter harness isbn 9781509828005 samuel langhorne clemens was

macmillan collector s library • june 2017 fiction classics frances hodgson burnett a little princess frances hodgson burnett s much-loved children s classic june macmillan collector s library fiction classics on sale 6/6/2017 hardcover 280 pages 5.9 in h 3.7 in w carton quantity 0 when young sara crewe is brought from india to london by her doting father to join miss minchin s school she has little idea of the changes in circumstance that lie ahead while at first her life of privilege continues the tragic death of her father and failure of his business alters everything in a dramatic reversal of the tradition rags to riches formula sara plunges from privilege to penury in the space of one day now she is no longer a princess but a beggar and must depend on the power of her imagination and the kindness of strangers to lift her above the misery of her circumstances but if humility patience and dignity are virtues to be rewarded will sara perhaps experience another reversal in

macmillan collector s library • july 2017 fiction classics robert louis stevenson the strange case of dr jekyll and mr hyde and other stories a wonderful selection of robert louis stevenson s gothic short fiction july the strange case of dr jekyll and mr hyde is a masterpiece of victorian literature and one of the most potent and enduring of modern myths why has dr jekyll begun to associate with the ugly and violent mr hyde when jekyll s friend utterson tries to solve this mystery he uncovers a horrific story of murder and suffering which leads eventually to the terrible revelation of mr hyde s true identity also in this volume are three other memorable stories the body snatcher markheim and olalla macmillan collector s library fiction classics on sale 7/25/2017 with an afterword by peter harness hardcover 312 pages 5.9 in h 3.7 in w carton quantity 0 robert louis stevenson was born in edinburgh in 1850 the only son of an engineer thomas stevenson despite a isbn 9781509828067

macmillan collector s library • december 2016 fiction classics jane austen the jane austen collection a limited edition boxset a beautiful box set of the works of jane austen containing some of literature s greatest love stories whether in the electrically charged chemistry of elizabeth bennett and mr darcy or the simmering romance of emma woodhouse and mr knightley no one writes love and relationships like the incomparable jane austen december macmillan collector s library fiction classics on sale 12/27/2016 multiple copy pack 5.9 in h 3.7 in w carton quantity 0 isbn 9781509853472 $75.00 also available this gorgeous limited edition boxed set of all of her classic romantic novels includes pride prejudice emma sense sensibility mansfield park persuasion and northanger abbey and each individual volume is beautifully designed and features a bespoke jacket introduction or afterword and hugh thomson’s timeless evocative illustrations as featured in oprah magazine jane

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