A powerful and moving novel from 1921, about the lives and choices of modern women, by Canadian author Marjorie Grant. This remarkable novel focuses on her predicament without wasting time on moral judgements.
So Lucky is the UK edition of award-winning novelist Nicola Griffith's tense new novel. Mara is the head of a multimillion-dollar AIDS foundation, an accomplished martial artist, and happily married. She has never met a problem she can't solve-until in one week her wife leaves her, she is diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, and she loses her job.
Robert Owen is the only son from a Welsh vicarage, now a brilliant pilot and flying instructor, recently of the Royal Air Force. He has taken a new job at the flying school at Best, a prosperous cathedral town in England. Robert's skills as a pilot and in diplomacy with pupils with delusions about their competence are tested to their limits.
This new edition of England is My Village, and The World Owes Me A Living by John Llewelyn Rhys (1911-1940) is a stunning rediscovery of this brilliant writer. 'Had he lived,' an obituary noted, 'he might have become the Kipling of the RAF.'
Handheld Press presents a new classic short story anthology, combining the supernatural and archaeology. Archaeological historian Amara Thornton of the University of London, and archaeologist Katy Soar from the University of Winchester have curated stories of horror, ghosts, hauntings, and possession, all from archaeological excavation.