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Author: G. K. Chesterton
This novel chronicles a hot dispute between two Scotsmen, a Roman Catholic and an atheist, whose fanatically held opinions inspire a host of comic adventures. The story?s allegorical levels vigorously explore the debate between theism and atheism.
These eight tales trace the activities of Horne Fisher, a member of a wealthy and socially prominent family who is well acquainted with the ways of the rich a...
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From London to Cornwall, then to Italy and France, a short, shabby priest runs to earth bandits, traitors, killers. Why is he so successful?
Squire Vane was an elderly schoolboy of English education and Irish extraction. His English education, at one of the great public schools, had preserved his i...
Innocent Smith is a man full of boyish exuberance. Deliberately defying convention, he is involved in a series of madcap pranks. He picnics on rooftops, break...
‘I slit someone’s throat,’ the man told the woman on the 4.20 from Waterloo to Portsmouth. Two strangers. One shared interest. Murder. Ben slit a man’s throat...
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Charlie's Journals, The Making of a Cheesecakeologist is the first in a series of books suitable for the whole family. This is the story of a likable young m...
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Liz has moved away from her home town in an attempt to make a new life for herself following the break-up of a long standing relationship. However, things st...
Helga wasn't a particularly easy person. In fact, she was a nuisance especially in the small community of the Xanthi Studios. Or so Polly Jerram thought. B...