MIFF Books 2012
Isaac is a photographer in his mid thirties, travelling through Europe. In his mother's mountain village he encounters a Balkan vampire. Subsequently as his journey continues across Europe he discovers that ghosts keep appearing...
On the Road
Blending fiction and autobiography, this novel swings to the rhythms of 1950s underground America.
On the Road
Sal Paradise, young and innocent, joins the slightly crazed Dean Moriarty on a breathless, exuberant ride back and forth across the United States. Their hedonistic search for release or fulfilment through drink, sex, drugs and...
Bad Debts was originally published in 1996 and won the Ned Kelly Award for Best First Novel. Peter Temple went on to win the Miles Franklin Award in 2010 for Truth as well many other awards and accolades both in Australia and...
Jack Irish returns in the fast-paced sequel to Bad Debts, where blood is not always thicker than water
Emily Bronte's classic is set on the bleak Yorkshire moors, where the drama of Catherine and Heathcliff, Heathcliff's cruel revenge against Edgar and Isabella Linton, and the promise of redemption through the next generation, is...
Introducing the breathtaking new Scandinavian bestseller
The Rings of Saturn
A record of a journey on foot through coastal East Anglia.
Pierre: Or the Ambiguities
Contains one long brain-muddling, soul-bewildering ambiguity, like Melchisedeck, without beginning or end - a labyrinth without a clue - an Irish bog without so much as a Jacko 'the' lantern to guide the wanderer's footsteps - the...
The Abominable Man
The seventh book in the classic Martin Beck detective series from the 1960s and 70s - the novels that shaped the future of Scandinavian crime writing.
The Suicide Shop
Has your life been a failure? Let's make your death a success.
Almayer’s Folly: A Story of an Eastern River
Wanting nothing but the best for his beloved daughter, Nina, Kasper Almayer strives for fortune while inadvertently causing his own collapse with greed.
Chicken with Plums
In November 1955, Nasser Ali Khan, one of Iran's celebrated tar players, is in search of a new instrument. His beloved tar has been broken. He decides that life is no longer worth living. He takes to his bed, renouncing the world...
Crime and Punishment
Raskolnikov, a destitute and desperate former student, wanders through the slums of St Petersburg and commits a random murder without remorse or regret. He imagines himself to be a great man, a Napoleon: acting for a higher...
The Fall of the House of Usher and Other Writings
A selection of Edgar Allen Poe's critical writings, short fiction and poetry that demonstrates his intense interest in aesthetic issues, and the astonishing power and imagination with which he probed the darkest corners of the...
Faust, Part II
'The corpse is prone and when the spirit flies
I show her my entitlement, blood-signed'
After the sorrowful loss of his beloved Gretchen, the soul-sold
Faust is tempted by the demon...
Faust, Part I: the First Part of the Tragedy
Goethe's Faust reworks the late-medieval myth of Dr Faust, a brilliant scholar so disillusioned he resolves to make a contract or wager with the devil, Mephistopheles. The devil will do all he asks on Earth and seek to grant him a...
Charles Dickens: A Life
Charles Dickens was a phenomenon: a hardworking journalist, the father of ten children, a tireless walker and traveller, a supporter of liberal social causes, and a great novelist. This book paints a fresh portrait of Dickens,...
After running away from the workhouse and pompous beadle Mr Bumble, Oliver Twist finds himself lured into a den of thieves peopled by vivid and memorable characters - the Artful Dodger, vicious burglar Bill Sikes, his dog Bull's...
Farewell, My Queen
This historical novel is about the court of Marie-Antoinette in the 3 days following the storming of the Bastille.
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