707 best books about britishliterature

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Cooking with Fernet Branca
Cooking with Fernet Branca

Gerald Samper, an effete English snob, has his own private hilltop in Tuscany, where he whiles away his time working...

views: 21, published: 27.09.2018
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Epidemic: The Past, Present and Future of the Diseases that Made Us
Epidemic: The Past, Present and Future of the Diseases that Made Us

At the threshold of the third millennium, the human race is more vulnerable to mass epidemics than at any other time...

views: 19, published: 26.08.2018
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Let's Dance
Let's Dance

Isabel Burley returns to her childhood home to look after her mother, who is suffering from Alzheimer's disease....

views: 19, published: 19.09.2018
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A Long Way Down
A Long Way Down

In his eagerly awaited fourth novel, New York Times-bestselling author Nick Hornby mines the hearts and psyches of...

views: 19, published: 22.09.2018
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Watson's Apology
Watson's Apology

After nearly thirty years of marriage, a Victorian clergyman, John Selby Watson, bludgeons his wife to death one...

views: 19, published: 12.09.2018
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London's Secret History
London's Secret History

Mad dogs and Englishmen? Well, Mad Englishmen anyway. Bushell is a former tour guide, so he knows London inside &...

views: 18, published: 17.09.2018
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Flowers for the Judge
Flowers for the Judge

The Barnabas publishing dynasty is no stranger to mystery. The founders nephew disappeared in broad daylight. Now a...

views: 18, published: 05.09.2018
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The Gates of Ivory
The Gates of Ivory

The Gates of Ivory is a vibrant, mesmerizing novel that juxtaposes the cynical, sophisticated realm of London against...

views: 18, published: 08.09.2018
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The Tavern in the Morning
The Tavern in the Morning

A man from London has taken over the tavern on the main London to Hastings highway to the south of Tonbridge. He is...

views: 18, published: 17.09.2018
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The Concubine
The Concubine

The younger daughter of Tom Boleyn lacked the bounteous charms of most ladies of court. The King first noticed her...

views: 18, published: 11.09.2018
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My Two Grannies
My Two Grannies

Alvina has two grannies: Grannie Vero from Trinidad and Grannie Rose from England. When Alvina's parents go on...

views: 18, published: 06.09.2018
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A Word Child
A Word Child

Hilary Burde, saved by education from a delinquent childhood, cheated of Oxford by a tragic love tangle, cherishes...

views: 17, published: 13.09.2018
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My Garden
My Garden

In this beautiful book, Mary Russell Mitford's garden writings-many in the form of letters to such friends as...

views: 17, published: 27.09.2018
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The Birth of Blue Satan
The Birth of Blue Satan

In the turbulent reign of George I in England, Gideon Viscount St. Mars is accused of murdering his own father....

views: 17, published: 22.09.2018
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A Gull on the Roof
A Gull on the Roof

Ulverscroft Large Print. This is the original get away from it all book. Before people started writing about their...

views: 17, published: 29.09.2018
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Gossip from Thrush Green
Gossip from Thrush Green

GOSSIP FROM THRUSH GREEN returns readers to the delightful English village, neighbor to Fairacre, for a golden...

views: 17, published: 05.09.2018
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The Queen and I
The Queen and I

The Queen and I is the brilliantly funny novel by Sue Townsend, author of the Adrian Mole series. THE MONARCHY HAS...

views: 17, published: 26.08.2018
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One for the Road
One for the Road

This is a chilling study of power and powerlessness. Set in an unnamed totalitarian state, this play presents a...

views: 17, published: 10.09.2018
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The London Scene: Six Essays on London Life
The London Scene: Six Essays on London Life

Virginia Woolf was already an accomplished novelist and critic when she was commissioned by the British edition of...

views: 17, published: 18.09.2018
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The Miracle at St. Bruno's
The Miracle at St. Bruno's

"I was born in the September of 1523, nine months after the monks had discovered the child in the crib on that...

views: 17, published: 26.08.2018
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