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m ac m il lancollec to r s l ib ra ry ja nu ary 2018 poems for love a new anthology a beautiful anthology of classic love poems introduced by bestselling author joanna trollope joanna trollope is the author of 19 bestselling novels including the rector s wife marrying the mistress and daughters in law she was appointed obe in 1996 and a trustee of the national literacy trust in 2012 she has chaired the whitbread and orange awards as well as being a judge of many other literature prizes she has been part of two dcms panels on public libraries in 2014 she updated jane austen s sense and sensibility as the opening novel in the austen project poet ry anthologies macmillan collector s library 1/2/2018 9781509850938 $12.99 hardcover 160 pages 5.9 in h 3.7 in w

m ac m il lancollec to r s l ib ra ry ja nu ary 2018 the scarlet pimpernel baroness orczy a swashbuckling classic of action-adventure with one of the most distinctive heroes in fiction the flamboyant scarlet pimpernel the french revolution is in full swing and the aristocracy are being sent to the guillotine in their hundreds in the shadows english dandy sir peter blakeney – working under his alter ego the scarlet pimpernel – is breaking the condemned out of prison and leaving his distinctive calling card a picture of a red flower to torment the french authorities a master of disguise infamous escape artist and flamboyant swordsman his identity is such a closely guarded secret that even his wife is in the dark but with enemy agents on close his tail his failure to trust her might be his undoing fiction classics macmillan collector s library 1/16/2018 9781509835744 $12.99 hardcover 320 pages 5.9 in h 3.7 in w this beautiful macmillan collector’s library

m ac m il lancollec to r s l ib ra ry febr ua ry 2018 the communist manifesto selected writings karl marx a concise volume of karl marx’s most famous works karl marx’s communist manifesto first printed just before the french revolution of 1848 is his most accessible and famous work in his powerful call to arms marx expounds his famous theory that class struggle is the real determinant of historical change next in this volume comes his treatise wages price and profit written in 1865 which serves as an accessible introduction to the ideas which marx went on to develop in capital his masterful analysis of how the world was irreversibly changed by the industrial revolution political science political ideologies communism post communism socialism macmillan collector s library 2/13/2018 9781509852956 $12.99 hardcover 384 pages 5.9 in h 3.7 in w this macmillan collector’s library edition contains the most salient extracts from his great work selected and

m ac m il lancollec to r s l ib ra ry febr ua ry 2018 the portrait of a lady henry james intelligent beautiful and vivacious isabel archer fascinates and intimidates the elite society of albany new york fiercely protective of her independence she travels to england with her aunt to escape a persistent suitor but upon inheriting a considerable fortune falls into the sway of the devious mrs merle who whisks her off to italy there she is seduced by the narcissistic gilbert osmond an art collector who will stop at nothing to possess her and whose connection to mrs merle is shrouded in mystery widely accepted as henry james great masterpiece the portrait of a lady is a poignant and intense exploration of freedom and identity this macmillan collector s library edition features an introduction by awardwinning novelist colm tóibín fiction classics macmillan collector s library 2/13/2018 9781509850914 $12.99 hardcover 608 pages 5.9 in h 3.7 in w henry james was born in new york in

m ac m il lancollec to r s l ib ra ry febr ua ry 2018 scenes of london life from sketches by boz charles dickens thirteen stories from charles dicken s sketches by boz selected and introduced by the inimitable j b priestley charles dickens was one of the great chroniclers of london life from the colorful chaos of dances and gin-shops to the sparse destitution of the pawnshop and the penitentiary he captured the grime and the glory of the english capital with singular brilliance orphans and beggars lord mayors and murderers actors criminals cab drivers and prostitutes all rub shoulders in this wonderful selection from sketches by boz fiction classics macmillan collector s library 2/13/2018 9781509854288 $12.99 hardcover 184 pages 5.9 in h 3.7 in w chosen and introduced by the playwright j b priestley these thirteen marvelous sketches are accompanied by george cruikshank’s evocative illustrations

m ac m il lancollec to r s l ib ra ry febr ua ry 2018 a town like alice nevil shute a gripping story of love and bravery set in malaya london and australia jean paget a young english woman is captured by the japanese army in malaya during wwii she is forced on a brutal march across the country with a group of women and children during this appalling ordeal she befriends joe harman an australian soldier who risks his own life to help fiction classics macmillan collector s library 2/13/2018 9781509834815 $12.99 hardcover 368 pages 5.9 in h 3.7 in w a few years later back in england jean receives an unexpected inheritance she decides to use the money to repay the malayan people who risked their lives to help her and her fellow prisoners during the war so she travels back to the village where they stayed from there she travels on to australia in search of lost love cut off in the australian outback and thousands of miles from home jean once again draws on her admirable determination

m ac m il lancollec to r s l ib ra ry febr ua ry 2018 the woman in white wilkie collins a breathtaking classic of psychological suspense by the inventor of the detective novel wilkie collins on a moonlit london night art teacher walter hartwright meets a young woman – beautiful terrified and dressed entirely white – alone on the street compelled to help this piteous creature he finds himself caught up in a world of secrets murder and madness with an impossible mystery to solve the odds seem stacked against him but a sleuthing partnership with the brilliantly clever marian halcombe may be just enough to outwit their formidable nemesis – the menacing count fosco fiction classics macmillan collector s library 2/13/2018 9781509869367 $12.99 hardcover 656 pages 5.9 in h 3.7 in w one of the great mystery thrillers of the nineteenth century and beyond the woman in white is a wonderful combination of rich characterisation and cunning melodrama that ensnares the

index collins wilkie the woman in white .8 communist manifesto the selected writings karl marx .4 dickens charles scenes of london life from sketches by boz 6 james henry the portrait of a lady 5 marx karl the communist manifesto selected writings .4 morgan gaby poems for love a new anthology 2 orczy baroness the scarlet pimpernel .3 poems for love a new anthology gaby morgan 2 portrait of a lady the henry james 5 scarlet pimpernel the baroness orczy 3 scenes of london life from sketches by boz charles dickens 6 shute nevil a town like alice 7 town like alice a nevil shute 7 woman in white the wilkie collins