Orangeberry Books

Literature and Modern Fiction 

A-L    M-Z

Order by email to orders@orangeberry.co.uk

Home

[14278] MacDonald, John D.. The Dreadful Lemon Sky. London: Book Club Associates, 1976. Hardback. Fine / Very Good. 228pp. No inscriptions. Blue cloth. £4.00

[5656] MacDonald, John D.. Free Fall in Crimson. London: Collins, 1981. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good+ in Good+ d/w ISBN: 0002226073. 246pp. No inscriptions. Black and red cloth gilt, mark on front endpaper. £3.00

[14262] Macdonald, Ross. The Underground Man. London: Book Club Associates, 1972. Hardback. Very Good / Very Good. 255pp. Name on endpaper. Red cloth gilt. £3.00

[4699] Mackay, Ian. The Real Mackay - being Essays by Ian Mackay. London: News Chronicle Publications, 1953. First Edition. Limp cloth. Very Good in worn dustwrapper ISBN: B0000CIIYP. xiv, 146pp. With illustrations by Vicky. Profile by R.J. Cruikshank. Edted by Stanley Baron. No inscriptions. Red limp cloth wrappers. £3.00

[8506] Mackelworth, R.W.. Tiltangle. Newton Abbot: Science Fiction Book Club, 1972. Hardback. Near fine in very good d/w. 190pp. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Brown cloth gilt. £4.00

[11190] Mackenzie, Compton. Figures of Eight. London: Cassell, 1936. First Edition. Hardback. Good. Ex-Mudies Library. 310pp. Mudies Library label on front board. Original green cloth gilt. £8.00

[11189] Mackenzie, Compton. The Vanity Girl. London: Macdonald, 1954. Reiisue. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 302pp. No inscriptions. Original red cloth gilt. £6.00

[7167] Mackenzie, Compton. Echoes. London: Chatto & Windus, 1954. First Edition. Hardback. Good. No dustwrapper. 188pp. Essays based on talks which first appeared in the Listener and on London Calling. No inscriptions. Blue cloth, rubbed and worn. £3.00

[13391] Mackenzie, Faith Compton. The Crooked Wall - A Victorian Story of Love. London: Jonathan Cape & The Book Society, 1954. First Thus. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. ISBN: B0000CIQTH. 254pp. No inscriptions. Blue cloth gilt, spine sunned. £3.00

[10828] Maclaren, Ian. The Days of Auld Langsyne. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1895. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good viii, 358pp. Inscription dated 1896. Original brown cloth, bevelled edges, rubbed. £6.00

[2783] Maclean, A.D. (editor). Winter's Tales 28 . London: Macmillan, 1982. First Edition. Hardback.. Fine in fine dustwrapper ISBN: 0333333780. 222pp. Includes stories by John Wain, Stan Barstow etc. No inscriptions. Black cloth gilt. £4.00

[5670] Maclean, Alistair. Bear Island. London: Collins, 1971. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good+ in Very Good+ d/w ISBN: 0002210843. 2286pp. No inscriptions. Dustwrapper price-clipped. Blue-green cloth gilt. £3.00

[5671] Maclean, Catherine Macdonald. Farewell to Tharrus. London: Collins, 1944. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good in worn dustwrapper 160pp. No inscriptions. Blue cloth gilt. £3.00

[14129] Mahood, Kenneth. The Secret Sketchbook of a Bloomsbury Lady. London: Bodley Head, 1982. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good / No dustwrapper. ISBN: 0370304756. 4to. 64pp. Illustrated. Foreword by Michael Holroyd. Name and bookplate on half-title. Illustrated boards. £3.00

[5673] Mailer, Norman. The Naked and the Dead. London: Allan Wingate, 1949. First English Edition. Hardback. Good+. No dustwrapper. 721pp. No inscriptions. Grey cloth gilt, rubbed. £10.00

[8507] Malzberg, Barry. Beyond Apollo. Newton Abbot: Readers Union, 1975. Hardback. Near fine in very good d/w. 138pp. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Blue cloth gilt. £4.00

[14649] Mann, Thomas. The Magic Mountain - Two Volumes. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1938. Re-issue. Hardback. Very Good / No dustwrappers. Volume One [16] 434pp ; Volume Two [6] 435-900pp. First published as a two volume edition in 1927 and subsequently reprinted in one volume, this is the 1938 re-issue of the original two volume edition. The publisher's name on the spines is Secker and Warburg but this edition was printed from the American plates with the Alfred A. Knopf title page. Translated from the German by H.T. Lowe-Porter. Name on endpaper of Volume Two. No dustwrappers. Green cloth gilt, some foxing of endpapers and page edges. £20.00



[14678] Mann, Thomas. Stories and Episodes. London: J.M. Dent, 1941. 2nd Impression. Hardback. Very Good / Good. Everyman's Library No. 962. xiii, 359pp. 8pp.catalogue. Introduction by E.F. Bozman. No inscriptions. Dustwrapper chipped/worn. Red cloth gilt £5.00

[5675] Mannes, Marya. Message from A Stranger. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1948. First Edition. Hardback. Good+ in worn dustwrapper 232pp. No inscriptions. Red cloth gilt, mark on front board, half-title and title page marked. £5.00

[14095] Manning, Olivia. The Rain Forest. London: Heinemann, 1974. 2nd Impression. Hardback. Very Good+ / Very Good+. ISBN: 0434449083. 280pp. Bookplate. Dustwrapper price intact. Green cloth gilt. £8.00

[12965] Manto, Saadat Hasan. Kingdom's End and Other Stories. London: Verso, 1987. First Edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper ISBN: 0860911837. 257pp. Translated by Khalid Hasan. Name on endpaper. Black cloth gilt. £40.00

[2478] Marchant, Sir James (editor). Winston Spencer Churchill - Servant of Crown and Commonwealth. A Tribute By Various Hands Presented to Him on His Eightieth Birthday. London: Cassell, 1954. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good. No dustwrapper. ix,172pp. Portrait frontispiece. Inscription on endpaper. Spine dulled. £5.00

[992] Marnau, Fred (editor). New Road 1945 - Directions in European Art and Letters. London: The Grey Walls Press, 1945. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 226pp. 8 plates. Endpapers by F.T.W. Cook. Name on endpaper. £6.00

[5678] Marquand, John P.. Women & Thomas Harrow. London: Collins & The Book Society, 1959. First Thus. Hardback. Very Good in Very Good d/w 448pp. Bookplate. Black cloth gilt, scattered foxing. £3.00

[7904] Marquez, Gabriel Garcia. The General in his Labyrinth. London: Jonathan Cape, 1991. First English Edition. Hardback. Near fine in Good+ d/w ISBN: 0224030833. 285pp. Map. Translated forn the Spanish by Edith Grossman. Dustwrapper worn. No inscriptions. Green cloth gilt. £6.00

[11559] Marryat, Florence. At Heart A Rake - Volume II. Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1895. First Thus. Hardback. Good+. Collection of British Authors Tauschnitz Edition Vol. 3084. 272pp. Bookplate of Alfred Hramsworth [Lord Northcliffe] depicitng a river scene and angling books. Original green cloth, lacks paper title label. £20.00

[3005] Marsh, John. The Young Winston Churchill. London: Evans Borthers, 1955. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good in worn dustwrapper vi,216pp. Illustrated by Douglas Relf. Foreword byThe Rt. Hon. L.S. Amery, C.H. Inscription on endpaper dated 1955. Blue cloth gilt, slight scattered foxing. £6.00

[9376] Marsh, Ngaio. Tied Up in Tinsel. London: Fontana, 1979. Reprint. Paperback. Good No inscriptions. Pages browned. £3.00

[5693] Marshall, Archibald. Nothing Hid. London: Collins, 1934. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 286pp. No inscriptions. Black cloth, scattered foxing. £6.00

[8168] Marshall, Emma. Under Salisbury Spire in the days of George Herbert - The Recollections of Magdelene Wydville. London: Seeley and Co., 1894. 10th thousand. Hardback. Good. 344pp. 4pp. catalogue. Illustrated. Name/date [1896] on endpaper. Decorated red cloth gilt, worn on extremities, endpapers cracked, endpaper damaged, scattered foxing. £6.00

[10782] Masefield, John. Martin Hyde The Duke's Messenger. London: Wells Gardner Darton, 1910. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. ISBN: B0000CIJ6D. vii, 303pp. Frontispiece with tissue guard and 15 further illustration by T.C. Dugdale. No dustwrapper. Inscription tipped onto front endpaper. Pictorial red cloth gilt, teg. A very nice copy in the first issue binding. £35.00

[13161] Mason, A.E.W.. Fire Over England. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1936. First Edition. Hardback. Good+. No dustwrapper. 316pp. Name on endpaper. Blue cloth gilt, slightly marked, scattered foxing o/w VG.. £12.00

[5694] Mason, Richard. The Shadow & The Peak. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1949. First Edition. Hardback. Good. No dustwrapper. 327pp. Name erased from paste-down. Brown cloth gilt, rubbed, scattered foxing. £3.00

[12281] Masters, John. The Ravi Lancers. London: Michael Joseph, 1972. 2nd Impression. Hardback. Very Good+ in Very Good d/w. ISBN: 0718110447. 413pp. No inscriptions. Brown cloth gilt. £6.00

[11183] Masters, John. Fandango Rock. London: Michael Joseph, 1959. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good in worn dustwrapper 350pp. No inscriptions. Original black cloth gilt, endpapers browned. £6.00

[7444] Masters, John. Man Of War. London: Michael Joseph, 1983. First Edition. Hardback. Fine in fine dustwrapper ISBN: 0718123603. 314pp. No inscriptions. Black cloth gilt. £4.00

[12053] Maupassant, Guy de. Little Roque and other stories. London: Alfred A. Knopf, Hard Cover. Very Good. No dustwrapper. The Novels and Tales of Guy de Maupassant Volume X. 300pp. No inscriptions. Black cloth gilt £5.00

[6687] Maupassant, Guy de. Tales from Maupassant. London: Eveleigh Nash and Grayson, 1928. 3rd Impression. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 367pp. Preface by R.B. Cunninghame Graham. No inscriptions. Green cloth, black lettering., scattered foxing. £10.00

[10493] Mauriac, François. A Woman of the Pharisees [La Parisenne]. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1946. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good 203pp. Translated by Gerard Hopkins. No dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Original beige cloth gilt. £6.00

[13542] May, James Boyer [editor]. Trace - A Chronical of Living Literature : No. 32 June-July 1959. London: Villiers Publications, Paperback. Very Good. 40pp. Includes ' Waste Land in Russell Square - A Chat with T./S. Eliot' by Roy McGregor-Hastie. No inscriptions. Covers foxed. £10.00

[13538] May, James Boyer [editor]. Trace - A Chronical of Living Literature : No. 37 May-June 1960. London: Villiers Publications, Paperback. Very Good. 56pp. No inscriptions. Covers foxed. £10.00

[13832] McCall Smith, Alexander. Blue Shoes and Happiness. Edinburgh, United Kingdom: Polygon, 2006. First Edition. Hardback. Fine / Fine. ISBN: 1904598633. 233pp. No inscriptions. Black cloth gilt. £6.00

[5701] Medhurst, Joan. A Fragment of Beauty. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1955. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good in Good+ d/w 288pp No inscriptions. Red cloth gilt. £6.00

[2514] Melly, George. Mellymobile 1970-1981. London: Robson Books, 1982. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good in worn dustwrapper ISBN: 0860511626. 168pp. Illustrated by Trog. No inscriptions. £6.00

[6865] Melville, Lewis. The Life of William Makepeace Thackeray. London: Caxton Publishing Company, Hardback. Good+.No dustwrappers. The London Edition. Two volumes. vi, 234pp. 6 illustrations. iv,235-442pp. 3 illustrations. Name on endpaper of Volume I. Blue cloth gilt, spines sunned, lacks ffep in Volume II o/w VG. £8.00

[2149] Menen, Aubrey. The Stumbling-Stone. London: Chatto & Windus, 1949. First Edition. Hardback.. Good+. No dustwrapper. 309pp. No inscriptions. Blue-grey cloth gilt, front board bowed. £6.00

[2530] Middleton, Stanley. After a Fashion. London: Hutchinson, 1987. First Edition. Hardback.. Fine in near fine d/w ISBN: 009168420X. 213pp. No inscriptions. Brown cloth gilt. £5.00

[14623] Miles, Alfred H. [editor]. The Library of Elocution - A selection of Popular Pieces of Poetry and Prose, from the best authors. Suitable for Reading or Recitation in Public or at the Fireside. London: George Cauldwell, 1882. Hardback. Good 4to. Arranged in Four Books : The A1 Reciter Part 1. 64pp. The A1 Reciter Part 2. 64pp. The A1 Elocutionist. 64pp. The A1 Reader. 64pp. Indices for each book. No inscriptions. Red decorated cloth gilt, rubbed, pages browned/marked. £25.00

[14819] Millin, Sarah Gertrude. The Fiddler. London: Penguin Books, 1937. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good / No dustwrapper. Penguin No. 109. 248pp. 8pp. catalogue comprising the complete Penguin list to end September 1937 [Nos. 1-109]. No inscriptions. No dustwrapper. Pages edges slightly browned. A tight, bright copy. £8.00

[10505] Milman, Helen [Mrs. Caldwell Crofton] illustrated by Edmund H. New. In The Garden of Peace. London: John Lane : The Bodley Head, 1896. First cheap edition. Hardback. Very Good xii, 181pp. 4pp. catalogue for John Lane's Arcady Library. 8pp. catalogue of Children's Books with Art Noveau illustrations. 12pp. catalogue of Belles Lettres dated 1896. 17 illustrations and title page vignette by Edmund H. New. Original quarter brown and fawn cloth gilt, top half of front free endpaper cut out. £45.00

[1194] Mitford, Mary Russell. Our Village - Sketches of Rural Character and Scenery. Second series.. London: Henry Bohn, 1857. New Edition. Full-Leather. Very Good New edition. iv, 508pp. Spine titles ' Our Village' 'Mitford - Vol II' this actually contains half of the original Third series, [starting with The Village Schoolmistress] with the Fourth and Fifth series although, confusingly, the title page states Second Series. Engraved frontispiece and title-page of the 1848 edition of the Second Series. Title page with engraved vignette. No inscriptions. Contemporary full calf gilt, elaborately decorated boards and spine with six compartments and raised bands. Aeg. Marbled endpapers. A beautifully bound volume. VG. £36.00

[14113] Mo, Timothy. The Redundancy of Courage. London: Chatto & Windus, 1991. First Edition. Hardback. Fine / Fine. ISBN: 0701137487. 408pp. No inscriptions. Dustwrapper price intact. Green cloth gilt. £4.00

[5159] Monsarrat, Nicholas. The White Rajah. London: Cassell, 1961. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good+ in Good+ d/w ISBN: B0000CL577. 406pp. Map. No inscriptions. Brown cloth. £3.00

[2147] Monsarrat, Nicholas. A Fair Day's Work. London: Cassell, 1964. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good in worn dustwrapper 165pp. The third novel in the series Signs of the Times. No inscriptions. Blue cloth gilt. £6.00

[2148] Monsarrat, Nicholas. The Nylon Pirates. London: Cassell, 1960. Fourth Edition. Hardback.. Good+ in worn dustwrapper ISBN: B0000CKS74. 314pp. No inscriptions. Black cloth, edge of endpaper stained o/w VG £3.00

[11193] Monsarrat, Nicholas. Richer Than All His Tribe. London: Cassell, 1968. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good in dustwrapper ISBN: 0304923710. 369pp. Map frontispiece. Name on endpaper. Original brown cloth gilt. £4.00

[2110] Montague, C.E.. Action and Other Stories. London: Chatto & Windus, 1928. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 263pp. No inscriptions. Blue cloth, paper title label (spare at end of book). £8.00

[11082] Montgomery, Florence. Transformed; or, Three Weeks in a Life-Time. Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1886. Half-Leather. Very Good. 279pp. Armorial bookplate. Contemporary red half-calf and marbled boards, gilt decorated spine. £45.00

[11210] Moody, Ellen. Trollope on the Net. London: The Trollope Society, 1999. First Edition. Hardback. Fine in fine dustwrapper ISBN: 0852851902. xxi,274pp. Illustrated. No inscriptions. Original blue cloth gilt. £7.00

[1780] Moore, Doris Langley. The Vulgar Heart - An Enquiry Into the Sentimental Tendencies of Public Opinion. London: Cassell, 1945. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 296pp. No inscriptions. A plea for Rationalism which is even more pertinent today - " I will risk the scorn of those who like business to be transacted in impressively obscure language by choosing the simplest and most obvious" £6.00

[3631] Moore, F. Frankfort. The Lighter Side of English Life. London: T.N. Foulis, 1914. 2nd Impression. Hardback. Good+. No dustwrapper. 285pp. 10pp catalogue. 18 iIllustrations in colour by George Belcher. Name on endpaper. Ffawn cloth , pictorial onlay on front board, slightly marked, corners bumped, endpapers partly cracked, contents VG. £6.00

[2089] Morice, Anne. Fatal Charm. London: Macmillan, 1988. First Edition. Hardback.. Fine in fine dustwrapper ISBN: 0333485408. 187pp. No inscriptions. Green cloth. £10.00

[14172] Morris, Ivor. Mr. Collins Considered. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1987. First Edition. Hardback. Fine / Fine. ISBN: 0710210051. 173pp. No inscriptions. Dustwrapper price intact. Blue cloth gilt. As new condition. £12.00

[9453] Mortimer, John. Summer's Lease. London: Viking, 1988. First Edition. Hardback. Fine in fine dustwrapper ISBN: 0670819840. 288pp.Dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author ' For Colin with very best wishes John Mortimer May '88 '. Red cloth, pages browned as usual. £16.00

[15914] Mortimer, John. Felix in the Underworld. London: Viking, 1997. First Edition. Hardback. Fine / Fine. ISBN: 0670860794. 247pp. No inscriptions. Dustwrapper price intact. Blue cloth, silver titles. An excellent copy. £3.00

[11933] Morton, H.V.. The Heart of London. London: Methuen, 1949. Twenty-fifth edition. Hardback. Very Good in worn dustwrapper x, 208pp. No inscriptions. Blue cloth. £6.00

[6581] Morton, H.V.. The Heart of London. London: Methuen, 1929. Eighth Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. x, 208pp. 8pp catalogue. Name on half-title. Brown cloth gilt, bumped. £3.00

[15609] Mountain, Fiona. Bloodline. London: Orion, 2006. First Paperback Edition. Paperback. Signed by Author. Very Good ISBN: 0752880772. 279pp. Signed by the author 'To Kathleen Best Wishes Fiona Mountain'. £10.00

[12976] Mphahlele, Ez'kia. Renewal Time. London, United Kingdom: Readers International, 1988. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good+ in Very Good+ d/w ISBN: 0930523555. No inscriptions. Yellow cloth gilt, pages browned. £5.00

[11866] Mrs. Traill [Catherine Parr Traill]. Lost in the Backwoods - A Tale of the Canadian Forest.
London: T. Nelson and Sons, 1882. First Edition. Hardback. Good. viii, 319pp. With 32 engravings. Prize bookplate from the Victoria Academy, Devizes dated Xmas 1882. Originally published as The Canadian Crusoes in 1852. Red pictorial cloth gilt, worn on extremities, scattered foxing. £60.00

[10311] Muir, Frank. The Frank Muir Book. London: Heinemann, 1976. 6th Impression. Hardback. Very Good in worn dustwrapper ISBN: 0434481505. xx, 372pp. No inscriptions. Dustwrapper worn. Black cloth gilt. £4.00

[4239] Murphy, Michael J.. Cambridge Newspapers and Opinion 1780-1850. Cambridge: Oleander Press, First Edition. Hardback. Very Good+. No d/w as issued. ISBN: 0900891157. 144pp. 9 illustrations No inscriptions. £6.00

[9418] Murray, D.L.. Folly Bridge. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1945. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 335pp. Map endpapers. No dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Red cloth, spine sunned. £3.00

[3531] Nevin, David. Dream West. London: New English Library, 1984. First Edition. Hardback. Fine in near fine d/w 639pp. No inscriptions. Black cloth gilt. £5.00

[5719] Newman, Bernard. The Spy at No. 10. London: Robert Hale, 1965. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. ISBN: B0000CMG6M. 192pp. Name/date [1965] on endpaper. Black cloth gilt. VG £10.00

[5720] Newman, Bernard. Silver Greyhound. London: Robert Hale, 1960. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. ISBN: B0000CKSWH. 190pp. Name on endpaper. Brown cloth. £10.00

[4020] Nichols, Beverley. Women and Children Last . London: Jonathan Cape, 1931. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 320pp. Name on endpaper. Brown cloth gilt. £8.00

[4021] Nichols, Beverley. No Place Like Home. London: Jonathan Cape, 1936. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 318pp. No inscriptions. Red cloth gilt, spine partly faded. £3.00

[8508] Niven, Larry. Inconstant Moon. Newton Abbot: Science Fiction Book Club, 1974. Hardback. Near fine in very good d/w. 251pp. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Black cloth gilt. £4.00

[8495] Nolan, William F.. Wonder-Worlds. Newton Abbot: Readers Union, 1977. Hardback. Near fine in very good d/w. 192pp. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Orange cloth gilt, pages browned. £4.00

[8548] Nolan, William F. (editor). A Wilderness of Stars - Stories of Man in Conflict with Space. Newton Abbot: Science Fiction Book Club, 1971. Hardback. Near fine in very good d/w. 276pp. Introduction by Shelley Lowenkopf. Contributors include Arthur C. Clarke, Ray Bradbury and Poul Anderson. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Brown cloth gilt. £4.00

[4162] O'Faolain, Sean (editor). The Bell Volume 8. No. 5. August 1944. Dublin: 1944. Paperback. Good. Illustrated. Includes 'The Connemara Islands' by Robert Gibbings. Ink stains on a few pages. £10.00

[13160] O'Flanagan, Sheila. How Will I Know?. London: Headline, 2005. First Edition. Hardback. Fine in fine dustwrapper ISBN: 0755307534. 425pp. Dustwrapper not price-clipped. No inscriptions. Black cloth. £12.00

[3224] Orcutt, William Dana. In Quest of the Perfect Book - Reminiscences & Reflections of a Bookman. London: John Murray, 1926. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. ISBN: B0000CHBWF. 316pp. Coloured frontispiece . Illustrated with numerous black & white plates. Nancy Astor's copy. Inscribed "To our dear Lady From John & Laura Doorly Xmas 1926. See page 52.". Our dear Lady was Lady Nancy Astor who was a committed Christian Scientist and on pp52-54 the author recounts meetings with Mary Baker Eddy. No dustwrapper. Brown decorated cloth gilt, teg. £12.00

[8533] Page, Thomas. The Hephaestus Plague. Newton Abbot: Readers Union, 1975. Hardback. Near fine in very good d/w. 191pp. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Green cloth gilt, pages browned. £4.00

[1835] Paget, Stephen. I Have Reason To Believe. London: Macmillan, 1921. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good. No dustwrapper. vii,148pp. 2pp advert. Name on endpaper. One page ALS from the author dated Dec 15 1921 loosely enclosed. A volume of essays. Blue cloth gilt, slightly rubbed, endpapers foxed. £14.00

[14651] Pargeter, Edith. The Eighth Champion of Christendom : Lame Crusade. London: Heinemann, 1945. First Edition. Hardback. Good+ / No dustwrapper. 286pp. No inscriptions. No dustwrapper. Green cloth, gilt titles dulled otherwise VG. £12.00

[1845] Partridge, Eric. The Shaggy Dog Story. London: Faber & Faber, 1953. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good in worn dustwrapper ISBN: B0000CIN1G. 107pp. Drawings by V.H. Drummond. No inscriptions. Endpapers foxed. £10.00

[11017] Pascal presented by Francois Mauriac. The Living Thoughts of Pascal. London: Cassell, 1941. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good in worn dustwrapper 135pp. Portrait frontispiece. Original red cloth gilt. £6.00

[13668] Patchen, Kenneth. Love & War Poems. Derby: Whisper & Shout, 1968. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good+ Whisper & Shout No. One. 64pp. 6 illustrations by the author. Includes ' Patchen : Man of Anger and Light : an Essay by Henry Miller' . No inscriptions. Black card covers , red printing. £10.00

[8876] Patterson, James. Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas. London: Headline, 2002. First Paperback Edition. Paperback. Very Good ISBN: 0747267294. No inscriptions. £3.00

[7965] Pattison, Mark. Milton. London: Macmillan, 1909. First Pocket Edition. Hardback. Good+. No dustwrapper. English Men of Letters Series. vi, 227pp. No dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Green cloth gilt, bumped, piece cut from ffep. £3.00

[1994] Peacock, W. (editor). Selected English Essays. London: Oxford University Press, 1930. Reprint. Hardback.. Very Good. No dustwrapper. ISBN: 0192500325. World's Classics XXXII. xii,543pp. 16pp catalogue. Name on endpaper. £3.00

[8532] Pedler, Kit and Davis, Gerry. The Dynostar Menace. Newton Abbot: Readers Union, 1976. Hardback. Near fine in very good d/w. 271pp. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Green cloth gilt, pages browned. £4.00

[8377] Pedler, Margaret. Tomorrow's Tangle. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1934. Eighteenth Edition. Hardback. Good+ in Good d/w 320pp. Dustwrapper chipped/worn. No inscriptions. Red cloth. £6.00

[8871] Pelzer, Dave. A Child Called 'It'. London: Orion, 2002. 20th impression. Paperback. Very Good ISBN: 0752837508. No inscriptions. £3.00

[4290] Pepys, Samuel. The Diary of Samuel Pepys M.A.,F.R.S.;Clerk of The Acts and Secretary to The Admiralty Volume II. London: George Bell, 1904. Reprint. Hardback. Very Good 407pp. 1p advert Transcribed by the Late Rev. Mynors Bright, M.A. from the Shorthand Manuscript in the Pepysian Library, Magdalene College, Cambridge. Edited with additions by Henry B. Wheatley, F.S.A. Name on endpaper. Blue cloth gilt, teg, slightly rubbed. £6.00

[14391] Peters, Ellis. An Excellent Mystery. London: Macmillan, 1985. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good+ / Very Good+. ISBN: 0333393139. 190pp. Name on endpaper. Dustwrapper price-clipped. Red cloth gilt, pages edges browned. £20.00

[14263] Peters, Ellis. Death To The Landlords !. London: Book Club Associates, 1972. Hardback. Very Good+ / Very Good+. 221pp. No inscriptions. Red cloth gilt. £5.00

[14393] Peters, Ellis. A Rare Benedictine. London: Headline, 1988. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good+ / Fine. ISBN: 0747200769. Small 4to. 123pp. Colour plates. No inscriptions. Dustwrapper price-clipped. Blue cloth gilt, slight mark on front free-endpaper otherwise Fine. £5.00

[14399] Peters, Ellis. Rainbow's End. London: Macdonald, 1989. Hardback. Very Good+ / Very Good+. ISBN: 0356186784. 191pp. Name on endpaper. Dustwrapper price-clipped. Black cloth gilt. £4.00

[14400] Peters, Ellis. Fallen into the Pit. London: Macdonald, 1990. Hardback. Very Good+ / Very Good+. ISBN: 0356194868. 278pp. Name on endpaper. Dustwrapper price intact. Grey cloth. £4.00

[14401] Peters, Ellis. Brother Cadfael's Penance. London: Headline, 1994. 2nd Impression. Hardback. Fine / Fine. ISBN: 0747211841. 276pp. No inscriptions. Dustwrapper price intact. Green cloth gilt. £3.00

[8512] Peters, L.T.. The 11th Plague. Newton Abbot: Readers Union, 1975. Hardback. Near fine in very good d/w. 192p. Dustwrapper (marked). No inscriptions. Brown cloth gilt. £4.00

[14018] Phelps, Gilbert. The Centenarians. London: Heinemann, 1958. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good / Very Good. 218pp. Name on endpaper. Dustwrapper slightly worn on edges, price intact. Red cloth gilt. £10.00

[6752] Phillips, David Graham. Susan Lenox Her Fall and Rise Volume I. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1919. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. xi, 505pp. Portrait frontispiece. Tribute foreword by Robert W. Chambers. First volume of his last novel. No inscriptions. Green cloth gilt. £10.00

[12682] Piazza, Franca. In Milan and on the Lakes of Lomardy with Stendhal. London: Macdonald, 1961. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good in Very Good d/w. 4to. 32 coloured plates. With original extracts form Stendhal's Works and Preface by Diego Valeri. Translated by John Garrett. No inscriptions. Brown cloth gilt. £10.00

[14990] Pindar, Peter [John Wolcot]. The Works of Peter Pindar Esq. in Four Volumes - Volume IV . London: John Walker, 1796. Hardback. Very Good 500pp. 7pp. Index. Name/date [1806] on title page. Bookplate of William Bealey Harrison sometime High Sherriff of Staffordshire. A handsome red morroco binding, with gilt ruled boards and decorations, incorrectly labelled Volume V. £25.00

[2010] Pink, M. Alderton (editor). "The Times" An Anthology. London: Macmillan, 1935. 2nd Impression. Hardback.. Good+. No dustwrapper. xv,301pp. 2pp advert. The Scholar's Library series. No inscriptions. Green cloth gilt, slightly bumped, spine dulled o/w VG. £4.00

[6338] Powell, G.H.. Excursions in Libraria - being retrospective reviews and bibliographical notes. London: Lawrence and Bullen, 1895. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good xv, 271pp. 28 illustrations from books published between 1480 and 1818, the majority from the 16th and 17th centuries. Green cloth gilt, £10.00

[3212] Powers, George W. (editor). Handy Dictionary of Prose Quotations. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1901. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. Small format. iv,364pp. Portrait frontispiece of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Inscription dated 1908 on fly-leaf. Fawn cloth, no titles, prelims foxed.. £6.00

[9346] Priestley, J.B.. Three Men In New suits. London: Heinemann, 1945. First Edition. Hardback. Good+. No dustwrapper. 170pp.No dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Blue cloth gilt, rubbed. £3.00

[11179] Priestley, J.B.. They Walk in the City - The Lovers in the Stone Forest. London: Heinemann, 1936. 4th impression. Hardback. Very Good / No dustwrapper. 515pp. No inscriptions. Blue cloth gilt. £3.00

[6766] Priestley, J.B.. Four-In-Hand. London: Heinemann, 1934. 2nd Impression. Hardback. Good+. No dustwrapper. 652pp. Long inscription on ffep. Blue cloth gilt, rubbed/faded on corners. £4.00

[5754] Priestley, J.B.. Three Men In New suits. London: Heinemann, 1945. 2nd Impression. Hardback. Very Good in Good+ d/w 170pp. No inscriptions. Blue cloth gilt, slight foxing. £3.00

[474] Priestley, J.B.. Out Of The People. London: Collins & Heinemann, 1941. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good in worn dustwrappe 127pp. £8.00

[6771] Prior, Allan. The Loving Cup. London: Cassell, 1968. First Edition. Hardback. Good+ in Very Good d/w ISBN: 0304932485. 345pp. Inscribed by the author. Red cloth gilt, front free-endpaper removed o/w VG. £10.00

[14169] Pritchett, V. S.. Lasting Impressions. London: Chatto & Windus, 1990. First Edition. Hardback. Fine / Fine. ISBN: 0701136065. 171pp. No inscriptions. Dustwrapper price intact. Plum cloth gilt. £8.00

[9578] Proulx, E. Annie. The Shipping News. London: Fourth Estate, 2002. First Paperback Edition. Paperback. Very Good ISBN: 1841150592. No inscriptions. £3.00

[9577] Proulx, E. Annie. Accordion Crimes. London: Fourth Estate, 1996. 2nd Impression. Paperback. Very Good ISBN: 185702575X. No inscriptions. £3.00

[11593] Pudney, John. The Book of Leisure. London: Odhams Press, 1957. First Edition. Hardback. Good+. No dustwrapper. 336pp. Illustrated. Inscription on endpaper. Original yellow cloth gilt, sunned/marked. £6.00

[14969] Pym, Barbara. Some Tame Gazelle. London: Grafton, 1986. Reprint. Paperback. Good ISBN: 0586053697. No inscriptions. Pages slightly browned. £3.00

[14280] Queen, Ellery. Ellery Queen's Murder Menu - 24th Mystery Annual. London: Book Club Associates, 1972. Hardback. Very Good / Very Good. 333pp. No inscriptions. Red cloth gilt. £6.00

[6774] Queen, Ellery (editor). Rogue's Gallery - The Great Criminals of Modern Fiction. London: Faber & Faber, 1947. First Edition. Hardback. Good+. No dustwrapper. 607pp. No inscriptions. Red cloth, large piece torn from first page of acknowledgements o/w VG. £4.00

[8718] Quennell, Nancy. The Epicure's Anthology. London: Robin Clark, 1991. Paperback. Very Good. ISBN: 086072137X. 188pp. Deocorations by Osbert Lancaster. With an essay on The Epicure and The Epicurean by A.J.A. Symons. Originally published by The Golden Cockerel Press in 1936. No inscriptions. £3.00

[11589] Quiller-Couch, Sir Arthur. On The Art of Redaing. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1939. Pocket Edition 5th impression. Hardback. Very Good in dustwrapper vii,224pp. No inscriptions. Original blue cloth gilt, a very bright copy. £6.00

[6439] Quinton, Ann. Storm Islands. London: Piatkus, 1985. First Edition. Hardback. Fine in fine dustwrapper ISBN: 0861883373. 252pp. Thriller set on the Scilly Islands. Dustwrapper illustrated with map of the islands. No inscriptions. Red cloth gilt. Fine/Fine £4.00

[14071] Rankin, Ian. Set in Darkness. London: Orion, 2005. Reissue. Paperback. Very Good ISBN: 0752877224. No inscriptions. £3.00

[14898] Rankin, Ian. Tooth and Nail. London: Orion, 1999. 4th impression. Paperback. Very Good ISBN: 0752809407. Name on endpaper. £3.00

[3529] Rapport, Samuel and Schartle, Patricia (editors).
America Remembers - Our Best-loved Customs and Traditions. New York: Hanover House, 1956. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 669pp.No inscriptions. Black spine/blue boards. £3.00

[6782] Ray, Rene. Emma Conquest. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1950. First Edition. ISBN: B0000CHPT7. 414pp. No dustwrapper. Name/date [1950] on paste-down. Original blue cloth, marked o/w VG. £6.00

[5897] Reade, Charles. The Cloister and The Hearth - A Tale of the Middle Ages. London: Oxford University Press, 1915. First Thus. Hardback. Good+. No dustwrapper. 695g. 14 illustrations by Charles Keene and 6 by M. Sankey. Name on endpaper. Red cloth gilt, rubbed/bumped. £3.00

[14871] Reade, Charles illustrated by Byam Shaw. The Cloister and The Hearth. London: Chatto & Windus, 1922. 2nd Impression. Hardback. Very Good / No dustwrapper. x, 664pp. Illustrated with colour and black and white plates by Byam Shaw. Name on endpaper. No dustwrapper. Purple cloth, with gilt blocked decorations. £10.00

[11910] Rendell, Ruth. Master of the Moor. London: Hutchinson, 1982. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. ISBN: 0091469309. 219pp. Map. No inscriptions. Black cloth gilt. £8.00

[3164] Reniers, Perceval. Roses from the South. New York: Doubleday & Co., 1959. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good in worn dustwrapper. 383pp. A novel of White Sulphur Springs and New York in the 1880's. Nancy Astor's copy inscribed to her by the author "For Nancy Astor Perceval Reniers" and with her signature dated April 1961 on the endpaper. Blue and grey cloth. £12.00

[8227] Rhys, Ernest (editor). Everyman and Other Interludes. London: J.M. Dent, 1950. Reprint. Hardback. Near fine in Good+ d/w Everyman Library No. 381. xxi, 198pp. Dustwrapper (chipped). Name on endpaper Green cloth gilt. £3.00

[7574] Rhys, Ernest and Vaughan, Llloyd (compilers). A Century of English Essays - An Anthology ranging from Caxton to R.L. Stevenson & the writers of our own time. London: J.M. Dent, 1923. Reprint. Hardback. Good. No dustwrapper. Everyman's Library No. 653. xiii, 474pp. 8pp. catalogue of the first 750 volumes. Owners label on ffep. Orange cloth gilt, rubbed, spine dulled. £3.00

[15081] Rhys, Keidrych [editor]. Wales Vol. IV, No. 5. Autumn 1944. Llanybri, Camarthen: 1944. Paperback. Very Good 104pp. Contributors include Robert Graves and R.S. Thomas. No inscriptions. Printed card covers, browned. £20.00

[14500] Richardson, John. Oxford and County Ghost Stories. Oxford: J. Hannon, 1977. First Edition. Paperback. Fine 38pp. No inscriptions. Illustrated cover. £12.00

[11552] Richmond, Grace S.. Cherry Square - A Neighbourly Novel. London: Methuen, 1932. Eighth Edition. Hardback. Good. No dustwrapper. 248pp. Top of front free end paper clipped. Bookplate of St. Andrew's Waterside Church Mission. Oriignal blue cloth, rubbed. £5.00

[3466] Richter, Conrad. The Rawhide Knot and other stories. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1978. First Edition (stated). Hardback. Very Good in Very Good d/w. ISBN: 0394502086. 205pp. No inscriptions. Quarter brown cloth gilt. £12.00

[8762] Roberts, Anthony. Scheme for One. London: The Book Club, 1946. Hardback. Good+ in worn dustwrapper 152pp. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Red cloth, pages slightly browned. £3.00

[11196] Roberts, Cecil. They Wanted to Live. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1939. First Edition. Hardback. Good. No dustwrapper. 405pp. 9pp. catalogue. Map endpapers. No inscriptions. Original black cloth, rubbed. £6.00

[8493] Roberts, Keith. The Grain Kings. Newton Abbot: Readers Union, 1977. Hardback. Near fine in very good d/w. 208pp. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Black cloth gilt, pages browned. £4.00

[8494] Robinson, Spider. Telempath. Newton Abbot: Readers Union, 1978. Hardback. Near fine in very good d/w. 223pp. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Black cloth gilt, pages browned. £4.00

[15326] Roe, M. F.. Unacceptable Essays. Henley-on-Thames: Gresham Books, 1984. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good ISBN: . 106pp. No inscriptions. £6.00

[7741] Rohmer, Sax. The Golden Scorpion. London: Methuen, 1932. Eleventh Edition. Hardback. Good. No dustwrapper. 250pp. Name/date on endpaper [1934] in pencil. Blue cloth, black titles, rubbed/marked. £4.00

[4440] Ross, Alan (editor). London Magazine Volume 21 Numbers 1 and 2. April/May 1981. Paperback. Good+. 144pp. No inscriptions. £6.00

[12566] Ross, Hannen. Christmas Lasts For Eever. London: Blandford Press, Hardback. Very Good in worn dustwrapper Illustrated. No inscriptions. £4.00

[12678] Rowse, A. L.; Hedgecoe, John. Shakespeare's Land: A Journey Through the Landscape of Elizabethan England. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1987. First Edition. Trade Paperback. Fine. ISBN: 0877014620. Illustrated. No inscriptions. £10.00

[8071] Rowse, A.L.. A Cornish Anthology. London: Macmillan, 1968. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good in Good+ d/w ISBN: 0333015029. xviii, 300pp. Dustwrapper rubbed/marked. Short inscription on endpaper. Blue cloth gilt. £8.00

[10685] Rushdie, Salman. The Moor's Last Sigh. London: Jonathan Cape, 1995. First Edition. Hardback. Fine in fine dustwrapper ISBN: 0224038141. 437pp. No inscriptions.Original black cloth gilt. £6.00

[1889] Ruskin, John. Sesame and Lilies. Sunnyside, Orpington: George Allen, 1899. 40th Thousand. Hardback.. Good+. ISBN: 0048240168. xxxvi,228pp. No inscriptions. Green cloth, worn on spine ends. £3.00

[7510] Ruskin, John. Sesame and Lilies. London: James Brodie, Paperback. Good+. The Brodie Books Number Eighty-Nine. ND. 79pp. College stamp on inside front cover. £3.00

[4402] Ruskin, John. Selections from the Writings of John Ruskin. Edinburgh: W.P. Nimmo, Hay, & Mitchell, xxxiv, 548pp. Portrait frontispiece. Biographical introduction by Wlliam Sinclair. Prize bookplate dated 1912. Contemparary full red calf gilt, marbled endpapers and edges, rubbed on extremities, damp stain to lower corner of boards o/w VG £10.00

[12585] Ruskin, John. The Queen of the Air being A Study of the Greek Myths of Cloud and Storm. London: George Allen, 1907. 42nd thousand. Limp leather. Good+. x, 270pp. Name on end paper. Limp green leather gilt, teg, top of spine worn. £4.00

[1892] Ruskin, John. Sesame and Lilies. London: George Allen, 1905. 77-90th Thousand in the Original Form. Limp leather. Good+. xii,180pp. With new preface to the small edition of 1882 which omits the third lecture. This edition is the same as the first small edition and comprsies : Of Kings' Treasuries and Of Queens' Gardens. No inscriptions. Limp green leather gilt, rubbed on edges. £4.00

[1897] Russell, Leonard (editor). Saturday Book No. 7. London: Hutchinson, 1947. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 288pp. Illustrated. Name on endpaper. Red cloth gilt, spine sunned, slight foxing of prelims/endpapers. £4.00

[1896] Russell, Leonard (editor). Saturday Book No. 6. London: Hutchinson, 1946. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 288pp. Illustrated. Name on endpaper. Red cloth gilt, spine sunned, slight foxing of prrelims/endpapers. £4.00

[7140] Russell, Leonard (editor). The Saturday Book No. 6. London: Hutchinson, 1946. First Edition. Hardback. Good+. No dustwrapper. 288pp. Illustrated by Laurence Scarfe and with photographs. Name on half-title. Red cloth gilt, spine sunned/dulled. £4.00

[7139] Russell, Leonard (editor). The Saturday Book No. 5. London: Hutchinson, 1945. First Edition. Hardback. Good+. No dustwrapper. 288pp. Illustrated with photographs. Name on half-title. Red cloth gilt, spine sunned/dulled. £6.00

[9784] Rutherfurd, Edward. The Forest. London: Century, 2000. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good in dustwrapper ISBN: 0712679995. 601pp. Map. Genealogical chart. Inscription on half-title. Dustwrapper. Blue cloth gilt, £5.00

[15073] Ryan, James [editor]. The Montparnasse Review - A Magazine of Creative Writing. Winter 64-65.. Paris: American Center for Students and Artists, 1965. Paperback. Very Good Succesor to Parnassus - Issue 6 [First issue as the Montparnasse Review]. 48pp. No inscriptions. Printed card covers £30.00

[6789] Sadleir, Michael. Forlorn Sunset. London: Constable, 1947. First Edition. Hardback. Good+. No dustwrapper. ISBN: 0094517606. 499pp. Coloured frontipece drawn by John Piper. 4 plates including 3 London street maps. Text illustrations Name on endpaper. Red cloth gilt, spine cocked, slightly rubbed o/w VG £3.00

[7769] Sagan, Francoise. Wonderful Clouds. London: John Murray, 1961. First English Edition. Hardback. Very Good in Good+ d/w ISBN: 0719512077. 124pp. Translated by Anne Green. Dustwrapper marked. No inscriptions. Pink cloth. £5.00

[1924] Saintsbury, George. A Short History of English Literature. London: Macmillan, 1905. 4th Impression. Hardback.. Good. No dustwrapper. xix, 818pp. 2pp adverts. Name on endpaper. "School Copy" on half-title. Red cloth gilt, slightly sunned/rubbed, front endpaper removed, contents VG. £3.00

[12677] Sampson, Aylwin. Scene Together - A Further Selection from the Series on People and Places First Published in the "Gloucestershire Echo" . Adlestrop: Windrush Press, 1992. First Edition. Paperback. Fine. ISBN: 090007597X. Illustrated. No inscriptions. £6.00

[2488] Santagnello, M.. A Compendious and Easy Grammar of the Italian Language. London: Printed for Henry Colburn et al. , 1820. Third Edition. Full-Leather. Reading copy 264pp. Comprising a new and improved classification of the verbs and explanatory rules with a syntax annexed to each. Third edition revised and improved with the addition of a series of idiomatical phrases and a vocabulary of those words which most frequently occur in conversation. Original full calf,rubbed, spine chipped with loss. Damage to front paste-down and major loss to ffep and half-title. Despite this the book is sound and the contents are complete and VG. £12.00

[13682] Savage, D.S.. Hamlet and The Pirates - An Exercise in Literary Detection. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1950. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good+ / Very Good+. 115pp. Inscribed by the author ' John from Derek 1964'. John is John Rolph founder of The Scorpion Press. Dustwraper not price-clipped. Green cloth gilt. £30.00

[1051] Schilling, Bernard N.. The Comic World of Dickens : The Wellers - Mrs Gamp - Mr Micawber. London: John Murray, 1961. 2nd Impression. Hardback.. Very Good. No dustwrapper. ISBN: B0000CKAZ2. xi, 351pp. 8 illustrations by Phiz. Selected from The Pickwick Papers, Martin Chuzzlewit and David Copperfield and introduced by Bernard N Schilling. Bookplate. Pictorial boards. £4.00

[10384] Schimanski, Stefan and Treece, Henry [editors]. Transformation Three . London: Lindsay Drummond, 1945. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good 204pp. A collection of essays, articles, poetry and plays based on the Personalist Ideal. Contributors include Gertrude Stein, Herbert Read, Henry Moore and Stephen Spender. No dustwrapper. No inscriptions.Original red cloth. £12.00

[8515] Schmitz, James H.. The Demon Breed. New York: Ace Books, 1968. Book Club edition. Hardback. Very Good in Good+ d/w 190pp. Dustwrapper . No inscriptions. Blue cloth. £5.00

[9593] Scott, Paul. The Jewel in the Crown. London: Panther, 1986. Reprint. Paperback. Good ISBN: 0586038779. No inscriptions. £3.00

[7182] Scott, Sir Walter. Waverley Novels Volume 27 : The Fortunes of Nigel Volume II. Edinburgh: Cadell & Co., 1831. New Edition with the Author's notes. Hardback. Good. 4pp. catalogue. 388pp, Engraved frontispiece and title-page, foxed. Name on endpaper. Plum cloth, paper title labels, rubbed/sunned and scattered foxing. £8.00

[15868] Scott, Sir Walter. Ivanhoe. London: Macmillan, 1923. Reprint. Hardback. Good Waverley Novels Large Type Border Edition. Volume IX. lv, 673pp. Author's notes. Illustrated with 12 plates. Introductory essay and notes by Andrew Lang. No inscriptions. Quarter dark blue morocco, snag on front board, contents VG. £8.00

[15869] Scott, Sir Walter. Anne of Geierstein. London: Macmillan, 1923. Reprint. Hardback. Good+ Waverley Novels Large Type Border Edition. Volume XXII. xxx, 713pp. Author's notes. Illustrated with 10 plates. Introductory essay and notes by Andrew Lang. No inscriptions. Quarter dark blue morocco, worn on extremities, contents VG. £8.00

[7189] Scott, Sir Walter. Waverley Novels Volume 34 : St. Ronan's Well Volume II. Edinburgh: Cadell & Co., 1832. New Edition with the Author's notes. Hardback. Good. 359pp, Engraved frontispiece and title-page, foxed. Name on endpaper. Plum cloth, paper title labels, rubbed/sunned and scattered foxing, spine edges slightly split. £8.00

[11948] Scott, Sir Walter. Count Robert of Paris. London: Frederick Warne, Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. Warne's Crown Library Volume 55. ND. [ca. 1890].390pp. Frontispiece and title page vignette. Lockhart's Advertisement. Notes. No inscriptions. Blue cloth, gilt decorated spine. £6.00

[11949] Scott, Sir Walter. Kenilworth. London: Frederick Warne, Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. Warne's Crown Library Volume 17. ND. [ca. 1890]. xxii, 467pp. Introduction. Notes. Name/date [1895] on flyleaf. Blue cloth, gilt decorated spine. £6.00

[15911] Scott, Sir Walter. Waverley Novels Volume XIV : The Fortunes of Nigel. London: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Hardback. Good Large Type Border Edition. With Introductory Essay & Notes by Andrew Lang. 10 illustrations. No inscriptions. Quarter leather and blue cloth, worn on edges. £5.00

[11325] Scott, Sir Walter. The Talisman : My Aunt Margaret''s Mirror : The Tapestried Chamber : Death of The Laird's Jock. London: Ward Lock, . Hardback. Very Good Very large 8vo. xi,365pp. including the author's notes. With illustrations by A. de Richemont, A. de Parys and Wal Paget.No inscription. Original light green cloth with red ruled borders and thistle motifs to board corners, gilt titles and coat of arms on spine, bevelled boards. £20.00

[11951] Scott, Sir Walter. Redgauntlet. London: Frederick Warne, Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. Warne's Crown Library Volume 49. ND. [ca. 1890].444pp. Frontispiece and title page vignette. Introduction. Notes. No inscriptions. Blue cloth, gilt decorated spine. £6.00

[10461] Scott, Sir Walter. Kenilworth. London: Macmillan, 1926. Reprint. Full-Leather. Good+ Waverley Novels Large Type Border Edition. Volume XII. xxxv, 680pp. Illustrated with 12 plates. Date on endpaper. Original full red calf gilt, top of spine worn o/w VG.. £14.00

[7181] Scott, Sir Walter. Waverley Novels Volume 26 : The Fortunes of Nigel Volume I. Edinburgh: Cadell & Co., 1831. New Edition with the Author's notes. Hardback. Good. 2pp. catalogue.liv, 350pp, Engraved frontispiece and title-page, foxed. Name on endpaper. Plum cloth, paper title labels, rubbed/sunned and scattered foxing. £8.00

[11952] Scott, Sir Walter. Rob Roy. London: Frederick Warne, Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. Warne's Crown Library Volume 33. ND. [ca. 1890].lviii, 401pp. 4pp. catalogue. Introduction. Notes. No inscriptions. Blue cloth, gilt decorated spine. £6.00

[11323] Scott, Sir Walter. Kenilworth - A Romance. London: Ward Lock, . Hardback. Very Good Very large 8vo. ix, 476pp. including the author's notes. With illustrations by D. Maillard, Lematte, V. Poirson, M.Riou and H. Scott. No inscriptions. Original light green cloth with red ruled borders and thistle motifs to board corners, gilt titles and coat of arms on spine, bevelled boards. £20.00

[14596] Scott-James, Anne. The Language of the Garden : A Personal Anthology.
London: Viking, 1984. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good+ / Very Good+. ISBN: 0670800341. 253pp. Illustrated. No inscriptions. Dustwrapper price intact. Green cloth gilt. £5.00

[13534] Sergeant, Howard [editor]. Outposts 41 - Summer 1959. Dulwich: Outposts Publications, 1959. Paperback. Very Good. Literary Magazine containing poems, Articles and Reviews. 24pp. Contributors include Charles Causley, George MacBeth and Elizabeth Jennings. Subscription pamphlet loosely enclosed. No inscriptions. £8.00

[13533] Sergeant, Howard [editor]. Outposts 13 - Spring 1949. Manchester: Meridian Press, 1949. Paperback. Very Good. Literary Magazine contaiing poems, Articles and Reviews. 36pp. Contributors include John Pudney, Clifford Dyment, Vernon Watkins, Henry Treece, John Bayliss, Muriel Spark and John Wain. Name on front cover. Scattered foxing. £8.00

[6805] Sharp, Margery. The Foolish Gentlewoman. London: Collins, 1948. 2nd Impression. Hardback. Good+ in Good d/w ISBN: 0002212633. 256pp. Name on endpaper. Green cloth gilt. £4.00

[4297] Sharp, R. Farquharson. Architects of English Literature - Biographical Sketches of Great Writers from Shakespeare to Tennyson. London: Swan Sonnenschein, 1900. First Edition. Hardback. Good. 326p. Illustrated with Facsimiles from Autograph MSS. 24 of the Great Authors with a facsimile page for each. Name on endpapers. Decorated blue cloth gilt, spine very rubbed/dulled and worn on edges, scattered foxing , contents otherwise VG. £8.00

[7280] Shaw, Bernard. Everybody's Political What's What. London: Constable, 1944. First Edition. Hardback. Good. No dustwrapper. viii,380pp. Portrait frontispiece. Red-brown cloth gilt, slightly bubbled. £3.00

[11608] Shaw, Bernard edited by Bill Jay. Bernard Shaw on Photography - Essays and Photographs by George Bernard Shaw. Wellingborough: Equation, 1989. First Edition. Hardback. Fine in fine dustwrapper ISBN: 1853361070. xxi, 146pp. Illustrated with photographs. No inscriptions. Original black cloth gilt. £10.00

[8534] Shaw, Bob. Ship of Strangers. Newton Abbot: Readers Union, 1978. Hardback. Near fine in very good d/w. 160pp. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Blue cloth gilt, pages browned. £4.00

[8537] Shaw, Bob. A Wreath of Stars. Newton Abbot: Readers Union, 1976. Hardback. Near fine in very good d/w. 189pp. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Brown cloth gilt, pages browned. £4.00

[6808] Shaw, Irwin. Two Weeks in Another Town. London: Jonathan Cape, 1960. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good in Very Good d/w ISBN: 0224606859. 414pp. No inscriptions. £4.00

[8151] Shaw, Stanley. Sherlock Holmes at the 1902 Fifth Test. London: Star, 1986. First Paperback Edition. Paperback. Good. ISBN: 0352315903. 160pp. Illustrated by John Lawrence. No inscriptions. Pages browned/marked. £3.00

[14005] Shelton, Jess. Hangman's Song. London: Frederick Muller, 1962. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good / Very Good. 272pp. No inscriptions. Dustwrapper price intact. Black cloth gilt. £6.00

[1901] Sheppard, H.R.L. Sheppard's Pie. London: Cassell, 1935. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good in worn dustwrapper xii,339pp. Short inscription on endpaper. £8.00

[5579] Sherrin, Ned. Scratch An Actor. London: Sinclair-Stevenson, 1996. First Edition. Hardback. Fine in fine price-clipped d/w ISBN: 1856193217. ix,323pp. Short inscription on title page. Black cloth, silver lettering. £4.00

[8525] Sherwood, Martin. Maxwell's Demon. Newton Abbot: Readers Union, 1977. Hardback. Near fine in very good d/w. 172pp. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Orange cloth gilt, pages browned. £4.00

[8869] Shreve, Anita. Fortune's Rocks. London: Abacus, 2001. 2nd Impression. Paperback. Good ISBN: 0349112762. No inscriptions. £3.00

[11199] Sidgwick, A.H.. The Promenade Ticket - A Lay Record of Concert-Going. London: Edward Arnold, 1928. 3rd Impression. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 184pp. Name on endpaper. Original orange cloth. £12.00

[3403] Silberman, Charles E.. A Certain People - American Jews and Their Lives Today. New York: Summit Books, 1985. First Edition (stated). Hardback. Fine in fine dustwrapper ISBN: 0671447610. 458pp. No inscriptions. Quarterl red cloth and blue paper covered boards, silver titling. £4.00

[8496] Silverberg, Robert. The Stochastic Man. London: Readers Union, 1976. Hardback. Near fine in Good+ d/w 229pp. Dustwrapper (marked). No inscriptions. Green cloth gilt, pages browned. £4.00

[8578] Silverberg, Robert ; Zelazny Roger ; Blish, James. Three for Tomorrow - Three Original Novellas of Science Fiction . New York: Meredith Press, 1969. Book Club edition. Hardback. Very Good in Very Good d/w 180pp. Foreword by Arthur C. Clarke. Comprising How It Was When The Past Went Away ; The Eve of RUMOKO ; We All Die Naked. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Black cloth. £5.00

[8536] Simak, Clifford. A Heritage of Stars. Newton Abbot: Readers Union, 1978. Hardback. Near fine in very good d/w. 219pp. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Green cloth gilt, pages browned. £4.00

[8517] Simak, Clifford. Out of Their Minds. Newton Abbot: Science Fiction Book Club, 1973. Hardback. Near fine in very good d/w. 186pp. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Black cloth gilt, pages browned. £4.00

[8526] Simak, Clifford D.. Shakespeare's Planet. Newton Abbot: Readers Union, 1977. Hardback. Near fine in very good d/w. 188p. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Green cloth gilt, pages browned. £4.00

[8535] Siodmak, Curt. City in the Sky. Newton Abbot: Readers Union, 1976. Hardback. Near fine in very good d/w. 218pp. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Green cloth gilt, pages browned. £4.00

[1221] Sitwell, Edith. Fanfare for Elizabeth. London: Macmillan, 1946. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 202pp. 4 illustrations. No inscriptions. £3.00

[2104] Sitwell, Edith. Fanfare for Elizabeth. London: Macmillan, 1947. 2nd Impression. Hardback.. Very Good in Good+ d/w ISBN: B0000CLH8G. 202pp. 4 illustrations. Short inscription on endpaper. £4.00

[10322] Sitwell, Osbert. Great Morning - being the third volume of Left Hand, Right Hand !. London: Macmillan, 1948. 2nd Impression. Hardback. Very Good in dustwrapper viii,324pp. Illustrated. No inscriptions. Dustwrapper. Red cloth gilt. £4.00

[10321] Sitwell, Osbert. Great Morning - being the third volume of Left Hand, Right Hand !. London: Macmillan, 1948. First Edition. Hardback. Good+. No dustwrapper. viii,324pp. Illustrated. Bookplarte. Red cloth gilt, bumped, endpapers/edges foxed. £3.00

[8061] Sitwell, Osbert. Open The Door ! - A volume of Stories. London: Macmillan, 1941. 2nd Impression. Hardback. Very Good in poor dustwrapper v,282pp. Dustwrapper chipped, loss. No inscrptions. Red cloth gilt, first two leaves creased. £4.00

[12188] Sitwell, Osbert. A Letter To My Son. London: Home & Van Thal, 1944. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 32pp. No inscrptions. Blue cloth gilt. £6.00

[6818] Sitwell, Osbert. Dumb Animal and other stories. London: Duckworth, 1930. First Edition. Hardback. Good+. No dustwrapper. 360pp. No inscriptions. Red cloth gilt, sunned/unevenly faded. £3.00

[1915] Sitwell, Sacheverell. The Homing of the Winds and Other Passages in Prose. London: Faber & Faber, 1943. First Edition. Hardback.. Ex-library copy in d/w. 158pp. No inscriptions. Ex-Boots library with mark of removed Boots Library shield on front board. £3.00

[080] Sitwell, Sacheverell. The Hunters and The Hunted. London: Macmillan, 1947. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. ix,314pp. 16 plates. No dustwrapper. Inscription on endpaper. Blue cloth gilt. Very Good. A collection of essays under four headings : The Hunters and The Hunted, A Rag and A Bone and A Hank of Hair [Social customs], The Kingdom of Birds and Fete and Ball in the House of Giulietta [Art and artists]. £4.00

[5127] Smedley, Frank. Frank Farlegh ; or Scenes from the Life of a Private Pupil . London: George Routledge, Hardback. Good+. ND. [First published1850]. xii, 496pp. Bookplate. Green half-calf gilt, marbled boards, some foxing particularly on last few leaves o/w VG £10.00

[8875] Smith, Carol. Grandmother's Footsteps. London: Time Warner, 2002. First Paperback Edition. Paperback. Good ISBN: 0751532509. No inscriptions. £3.00

[646] Smith, Horace and James. Rejected Addresses or The New Theatrum Poetarum. London: Printed for John Miller, Covent Garden, 1812. Second Edition. Full-Leather. Good. No dustwrapper. xiii, 127pp. Armorial bookplate. Contemporary full calf, split on spine edges, hinges sound, title label chipped, endpapers foxed, contents VG. £16.00

[1258] Smith, J.C.. A Study of Wordsworth. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1944. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good in dustwrapper ISBN: B0000CJ7W6. 103pp . No inscriptions. £8.00

[8497] Smith, Robert A.. The Kramer Project. London: Readers Union, 1977. Hardback. Near fine in very good d/w. 203pp. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Red cloth gilt, pages browned. £4.00

[6826] Soldati, Mario. The Malacca Cane. London: Andre Deutsch, 1973. First Edition. Hardback. Near fine in near fine d/w. ISBN: 0233961151. 496pp. Translated by Gwyn Morris. No inscriptions. Blue cloth gilt, page edges foxed o/w fine. £8.00

[2093] Soldati, Mario. The Malacca Cane. London: Andre Deutsch, 1973. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good+ in Very Good+ d/w. ISBN: 0233961151. 496pp. Translated by Gwyn Morris. No inscriptions. Page edges foxed o/w fine. £10.00

[2537] Squire, J.C.. The Grub Street Nights Entertainments. London: Hodder & Stoughton, First Edition. Hardback.. Good+. No dustwrapper. ND [1924]. xi,217pp. Collection of short stories by Jack Collings Squire whose cricket team The Invalids was immortalised in England, Their England. No inscriptions. Black cloth, slightly rubbed/bumped, slight foxing. £8.00

[5944] Stacpoole, H. de Vere. The Lost Caravan. London: Collins, Hardback. Good+ in worn d/w. ND. 252pp. Name on endpaper. Blue cloth, black lettering, preliminary/endpages foxed. £10.00

[6831] Stafford, Ann. Pelican without Piety. London: Collins, 1937. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good in poor dustwrapper 382pp. No inscriptions. Green cloth. £20.00

[2178] Steen, Marguerite. The Unquiet Spirit. London: Collins, 1955. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good in Very Good d/w. ISBN: B0000CJ98L. 254pp. No inscriptions. Red cloth gilt. £5.00

[14944] Stendhal. A Roman Journal. London: Orion Press, 1959. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good / Good. xx, 285pp. Numerous illustrations, some in colour. Translated by Haakon Chevalier. No inscriptions. Dustwrapper worn/chipped on edges, price intact. Green cloth with gilt embossed shield on front board, rear endpaper partly cracked, hinge sound.. £25.00

[7432] Stevenson, Robert Louis. Father Damien - An Open Letter to the Reverend Doctor Hyde of Honolulu. London: Chatto & Windus, 1890. First Edition. Paperback. Good. Pamphlet. 30pp. Reprinted from 'The Scots Observer'. Name/date [August 19th 1890] on half-title. Printed front wrapper, worn on edges, lacks rear wrapper o/w VG. £45.00

[12061] Stevenson, Robert Louis. Essays in The Art of Writing. London: Chatto & Windus, 1925. Hardback. Good+. No dustwrapper. Small format. 161pp. No inscriptions. Green cloth. £5.00

[5002] Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Beach of Falesa. London: Folio Society, 1959. First Thus. Hardback. Fine in slipcase 127pp. Illustrated with 11 drawings by Clarke Hutton. Illustrated endpapers. Introduction by H.E. Bates. No inscriptions. Green decorated cloth gilt, very slight foxing of prelims/endpapers. £6.00

[14465] Stewart, J.I.M.. My Aunt Christina and other stories. London: Gollancz, 1983. First Edition. Hardback. Fine / Fine. ISBN: 0575032561. 207pp. No inscriptions. Dustwrapper price intact. Brown cloth gilt. £12.00

[10934] Story, Norah. The Oxford Companion to Canadian History and Literature. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1968. 2nd Impression. Hardback. Very Good in dustwrapper xi, 935pp. 5 maps. Name on title page. Original blue cloth gilt. £12.00

[15169] Strong, Patience. The Round of the Year. London: Frederick Muller, 1945. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good / Good. 144pp. Decorations by Reginald L. Knowles. Drawings to the Months by Alfred E. Taylor. Inscription on endpaper. Dustwrapper rubbed/worn, price-clipped. Beige cloth gilt, gilt embossed illustration of a river scene on the front board. £5.00

[14128] Swift, Graham. Out of This World. London: Viking, 1988. First Edition. Hardback. Near fine / Very Good.. ISBN: 0670820849. 208pp. Name on endpaper. Dustwrapper price intact. Grey cloth. £3.00

[12022] Swift, Jonathan. Gulliver's Travels, The Tale fo A Tub, Battle of the Books etc.. London: Oxford University Press, 1938. 5th Impression. Hardback. Very Good in worn dustwrapper Oxford Editions of Standard Authors. viii, 599pp. Name on endpaper. Blue cloth gilt. £10.00

[14735] Tanner, Heather and Robin. Wiltshire Village. London: Collins, 1939. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good / No dustwrapper. 4to. 179pp. 6 full page etchings and 56 drawings in the text by Robin Tanner. Map endpapers. From the preface : Kington Borel is not to be found on the map, for it is not any one village, but rather an epitome of some of the villages of North-West Wiltshire. The book is to be regarded as fiction rather than local history; but, like all fiction, it is based on fact. Green cloth gilt, gilt motifs to front board, scattered foxing. £30.00


[6860] Thackeray, William Makepeace. The Paris Sketch Book, The Irish Sketch Book and Notes of a Journey from Cornhill to Grand Cairo. London: Thomas Nelson, 1900. First Thus. Limp leather. Very Good. No dustwrapper. New Century Library : The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray Vol. V.Small format. 312pp.; 351pp.; 171pp. Frontispiece. Name on fly leaf. Full green limp calf gilt, teg, worn on extremities. £6.00

[6875] Thackeray, William Makepeace. The Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush, The Irish Sketch Book, The Rose and The Ring, Ballads, etc.. London: Caxton Publishing Company, Half-Leather. Good. xvi, 576pp. Engraved frontispiece by Gordon Borrow, R.I. 11 further plates (4 in colour). No inscriptions. Green morroco gilt, chipped at spine ends, scattered foxing. £5.00

[10695] Thackeray, William Makepeace. Vanity Fair. London: Collins' Clear-Type Press, Hardback. Very Good Collins Illustrated Pocket Classics. 760pp. 4pp. catalogue. Illustrated by Harold Piffard. No dustwrapper. Inscription on half-title. Original red cloth gilt. £6.00

[7815] Thomas, Owen. Rope Fodder. London: Alston Rivers, 1932. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 292pp. Detective fiction from the 'Golden Age'. No dustwrapper. Inscription dated 1933. Original green cloth, red lettering, slightly worn, pages browned. £12.00

[8451] Thompson, Roger (editor). The Witches of Salem - A Documentary Narrative. London: Folio Society, 1982. First Edition. Hardback. Near fine in slipcase 194pp. Lino-cuts by Clare Melinksy. No inscriptions. Two-tone black and white boards, small tape mark on rear endpaper. £8.00

[12432] Thompson, Sylvia. Winter Comedy. London: Heinemann, 1931. First Edition. Hardback. Good+. No dustwrapper. 349pp. Name on endpaper. Green cloth gilt. worn on extremities. £6.00

[4332] Thomson, Stewart. How Like A God. London: Michael Joseph, 1955. First Edition. 286pp. Author's first novel. Dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Original red cloth gilt. VG+/VG £6.00

[14842] Thorpe, Sylvia. The Avenhurst Inheritance. London: Hutchinson, 1981. First Edition. Hardback. Fine / Fine. ISBN: 009143470X. 254p. No inscriptions. Dustwrapper. Green cloth. £3.00

[8895] Thucydides. The Peloponnesian War. London: Penguin Books, 1962. Paperback. Good Penguin Classics L39. Translated by Rex Warner. Name inside cover. Pages browned £3.00

[13847] Tickell, Jerrard. See How They Run. London: Heinemann, 1936. First Edition. Hardback. Good. / No dustwrapper.. 320pp. Bookplate. Green cloth gilt, spine split and repaired. £6.00

[4333] Tickell, Jerrard. Villa Mimosa. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1960. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. ISBN: 0340018585. 255pp. No inscriptions. Brown and green cloth gilt. £5.00

[7695] Tolstoi, Count Leo. War and Peace - Volume Two :The Invasion. London: J.M. Dent, 1917. Reprint. Hardback. Good. No dustwrapper. Everyman's Library No. 526. 351pp. No inscriptions. Red cloth, rubbed. £3.00

[6290] Tomlinson, H.M.. The Snows of Helicon. London: Heinemann, 1933. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 279pp. No inscriptions. Blue cloth gilt, page edges foxed. £4.00

[4335] Tomlinson, H.M.. Morning Light - The Islanders in the Days of Oak and Hemp. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1946. First Edition. Hardback. Good. No dustwrapper. 304pp. Price on endpaper. Grey cloth, marked and sunned. £3.00

[14002] Trollope, Anthony. The Last Chronicle of Barset - Two volumes. London: G. Bell, 1927. Hardback. Very Good / No dustwrappers. Bohn's Popular Library edition of The Barsetshire Novels. vi, 495pp;vi, 483pp. Owner's labels. Red cloth gilt, spines sunned, gilt bright. £12.00

[11204] Trollope, Anthony. The Complete Short Stories Volume 5 : The Jouney to Panama and other stories. London: The Trollope Society, First Thus. Hardback. Near fine xxi, 219pp. Foreword by Joanna Trollope. Name on endpaper. Original decorated green and blackcloth gilt £10.00

[6148] Trollope, Anthony. The Small House at Allington. London: John Lane : The Bodley Head, 1906. First Thus. The New Pocket Library. Two volumes. x,576pp; 578pp. Introduction by Algar Thorold. No dustwrappers. Names on paste-downs. Original pink cloth, spines dulled o/w VG. £8.00

[11206] Trollope, Anthony. Thackeray. London: The Trollope Society, 1997. First Thus. Hardback. Fine. / No dustwrapper. ISBN: 1870587561. vi, 210pp. Illustrated.Introduction by Pamela Neville-Sington. No inscriptions. Original decorated green and blackcloth gilt. £7.00

[14239] Trollope, Anthony. The Small House at Allington. London: J.M. Dent, 1970. Reissue. Hardback. Very Good+ / Good+. Everyman's Library No. 361. xii, 583pp. 8pp. catalogue. Name on endapper. Dustwrapper price clipped, worn on edges. Red cloth gilt. £6.00

[13999] Trollope, Anthony. The Warden. London: Zodiac Press, 1967. 5th Impression. Hardback. Very Good / No dustwrapper. 202pp. Owners label. Decorated green and white cloth gilt £4.00

[14001] Trollope, Anthony. The Small House at Allington - Two volumes. London: G. Bell, 1926. Hardback. Very Good / No dustwrappers. Bohn's Popular Library edition of The Barsetshire Novels. vi,364pp;vi, 369pp. Owner's labels. Red cloth gilt, spines sunned, gilt bright. £12.00

[14000] Trollope, Anthony. Dr. Thorne. London: Zodiac Press, 1947. First Thus. Hardback. Good+ / No dustwrapper. 510pp. Owners label. Decorated brown and white cloth gilt, slightly browned/worn on extremities. £4.00

[8440] Trollope, Anthony. The Two Heroines of Plumplington and other stories. London: Folio Society, 1981. First Thus. Hardback. Fine in slipcase 276pp. Drawings by Peter Reddick. Introduced by Julian Symons. No inscriptions. Red cloth gilt. £6.00

[7692] Trollope, Anthony. Framley Parsonage. London: J.M. Dent, 1950. Reprint. Hardback. Good+. No dustwrapper. Everyman's Library. x, 470pp.No inscriptions. Red cloth gilt, spine sunned. £3.00

[15885] Trollope, Joanna. Next of Kin. London: Bloomsbury, 1996. First Edition. Hardback. Signed by Author. Fine / Very Good+. ISBN: 0747525730. 248pp. Signed by the author 'For Jan with love Joanna Trollope'. Dustrwapper price-clipped, crease on corner of front flap. Blue cloth gilt, green silk page marker, pages slightly tanned as usual. £5.00

[14997] Trollope, Joanna. The Rector's Wife. London: Bloomsbury, 1991. First Edition. Hardback. Fine / Fine. ISBN: 0747509654. 249pp. No inscriptions. Dustwrapper price intact. Blue cloth gilt. £6.00

[11783] Trollope, Joanna. The Best of Friends. London: Bloomsbury, 1995. First Edition. Hardback. Fine in fine price-clipped d/w ISBN: 0747520003. 261pp. No inscriptions. Original blue cloth gilt. £6.00

[7038] Trowbridge Catherine M.. Satisfied. London: S.W. Partridge, Hardback. Very Good. ND [ca. 1880]. 168pp. 16pp. catalogue. 10 illustrations by W. Rainey. Name on endpaper. Decorated green cloth gilt. a bright copy. £6.00

[1960] Turberville, A.S.. English Men and Manners in the Eighteenth Century - An Illustrated Narrative. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1926. First Edition. Hardback.. Very Good. No dustwrapper. xxiii,531pp. Profusely illustrated. Name on endpaper. Decorated cloth gilt, slightly rubbed on extremities. £6.00

[6874] Turk, Frances. Angel Hill. London: Wright & Brown, Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 220pp. No inscriptions Orange cloth, spine slightly sunned. £8.00

[11171] Turnbull, Agnes Sligh. The Gown of Glory. London: The Book Club, 1953. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. 316pp. No inscriptions. Original green cloth £6.00

[14019] Turnbull, Patrick. Red Walls. Bath: Cedric Chivers, 1970. Reprint. Hardback. Very Good / Very Good. Portway reprint. 288pp. Catalogue. No inscriptions. Dustwrapper slightly worn on edges. Blue cloth gilt. £16.00

[6873] Turnbull, Patrick. Wingless Eagle. London: Hutchinson, 1962. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. No dustwrapper. ISBN: B0000CLE8S. 304pp.No inscriptions. Red cloth gilt, spine dulled. £6.00

[7124] Twain, Mark. The Innocents. London: Collins Clear-Type Press, Very Good in d/w and slipcase 380pp. Frontispiece. Glassine dustwrapper. No inscriptions. Blue leatherette gilt in rubbed slipcase, £6.00

[12996] Uanhenga Xitu. World of "Mestre" Tamoda. London: Readers International, 1988. First Edition. Hardback. Fine in fine dustwrapper ISBN: 0930523423. No inscriptions. Yellow cloth. £4.00

[6882] Unwin, David. The Governor's Wife. London: Michael Joseph & The Book Society, 1954. First Thus. Hardback. Very Good in Very Good d/w ISBN: B0000CIWLN. 223pp. No inscriptions. Black cloth gilt, slight scattered foxing. £3.00

[13445] Urdang, Laurence. Names and Nicknames of Places and Things . London: Grafton, 1987. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. / No dustwrapper.. ISBN: 0246132469. 381pp. Name on endpaper.Yellow cloth gilt. £4.00

[9379] Uris, Leon. The Haj. London: Corgi, 1985. Reprint. Paperback. Good ISBN: 0552126136. No inscriptions. Pages browned. £3.00

[13889] Urquhart, Fred. The Dying Stallion - The Collected Stories - Volume One. London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1967. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good+ / Very

 Order by email to orders@orangeberry.co.uk

Home

Rowan House, Queens Street, Hook Norton, Banbury Oxfordshire OX15 5PH UK

Telephone/Fax : +44[0]1608 737928

email : orders@orangeberry.co.uk