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New beginnings : sold in aid of the Canadian Red Cross

Sixteen internationally celebrated writers have given works for the purpose of fund raising for the December 2004 tsunami disaster.

The traveller : and other stories —Neville, Stuart, 1972- author.

"The book is divided into two parts: New Monsters, which contains seven chilling stand-alone tales that traverse and blend the genres of crime fiction, horror, and speculative fiction; and Old Friends, which contains fiv...

A Match Made In Heaven : British Muslim Women Write About Love and Desire.

Star-studded and beautifully written, this collection offers diverse stories about love and desire by South Asian-heritage British Muslim women authors, including Ayisha Malik (Sofia Khan Is Not Obliged) and Shelina Janm...

More deadly than the male : masterpieces from the queens of horror

A darkly luminous new anthology collecting the most terrifying horror stories by renowned female authors, presenting anew these forgotten classics to the modern reader. Readers are well aware that Mary Shelley wrote Fran...

In the shadow of Edgar Allan Poe : classic tales of horror, 1816-1914

Collects twenty short horror stories published between 1816 and 1914 that have been overshadowed by the works of Edgar Allan Poe, including Bram Stoker's "The Squaw" and L.T. Meade's "The Woman with the Hood."

Caravan thieves —Woodward, Gerard, 1961-

A collection of nineteen stories about infidelity, mundane jobs, and other situations which lead to betrayal and revenge.

Stories to enjoy —Hoopes, Ned.

A collection of short stories by authors such as O. Henry, Sherwood Anderson, and Pearl S. Buck. Includes discussion questions and vocabulary notes for each story.

Notwithstanding : stories from an English village —De Bernières, Louis, author.

"Comic, wistfully nostalgic stories about English village life, from the author of Corelli's Mandolin"-- Provided by publisher.

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