RM2JKDYCE–A hardback copy of 20 Fragments of a Ravenous Youth by Chinese born British writer Xiaolu Guo.
RM2JDM3F5–A 1940s souvenir guide to the Life of Princess Margaret.
RM2JD5KF5–A 1953 souvenir programme for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.
RM2J9D6XY–A Penguin Classics paperback copy of Lives of the Artists by Giorgio Vasari. Originally published in 1550.
RM2J8H01Y–A paperback copy of The Manchurian Candidate by Richard Condon. First published in 1959.
RM2J8H020–A paperback copy of Yesterday's Spy by Len Deighton. First published in 1975.
RM2J8H00D–A paperback copy of Funeral in Berlin by Len Deighton. First published in 1964.
RM2J8H032–A paperback copy of London Labour and the London Poor by Henry Mayhew. First published in serial form in the 1840s.
RM2J85HTD–A paperback copy of The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry. First published in 2016.
RM2J85HTC–A paperback copy of Possession: A Romance by A. S. Byatt. First published in 1990.
RM2J6W9WD–A paperback copy of The Quiller Memorandum Quiller in Berlin by Adam Hall.
RM2J6W9TT–A paperback copy of Voyage in the Dark by Jean Rhys. First published in 1934.
RM2J6W9TP–Paperback copy of film tie-in Blade Runner, based on Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep by Philip K. Dick.
RM2J61EKW–Murder Off Miami by Dennis Wheatley & J. G. Links presented as loose-leaf crime dossiers or case files complete with notes and evidence.
RM2J5XWN2–The Malinsay Massacre by Dennis Wheatley & J. G. Links presented as a loose-leaf crime dossier or case file complete with notes and evidence.
RM2J5XWN0–The Malinsay Massacre & Muder Off Miami by Dennis Wheatley presented as loose-leaf crime dossiers or case files complete with notes and evidence.
RM2J5KDW0–he Case of Charles Dexter Ward by H.P. Lovecraft Written in early 1927 but first published in 1941.
RM2J5KDW2–A paperback copy of The Revenge of Gaia by James Lovelock. First published in 2006.
RM2J5KDWE–A copy of No Man's Land by Graham Greene. Written in the early 1950s and published by Hesperus in 2006.
RM2J5KDTY–A battered paperback copy of The Honourable Schoolboy by John Le Carré (David Cornwell). First published in 1977.
RM2J5KDW1–Paperback copy of The Constant Gardener by John Le Carré (David Cornwell). First published in 2001.
RM2J5KDW3–Paperback copy of The Russia House by John Le Carré (David Cornwell). First published in 1989.
RM2J5KDW4–Worn paperback copy of The Looking-Glass War by John Le Carré (David Cornwell). First published in 1965.
RM2J5DGJ3–A paperback copy of Just Rewards by Barbara Taylor Bradford.
RM2J5DGMF–A paperback copy of The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini.
RM2J5DGJ1–A paperback copy of The Men and the Girls by Joanna Trollope.
RM2J5DGN4–A paperback copy of The Stories of Raymond Carver. Published in 1985.
RM2J5DGJA–A paperback copy of Long Walk to Freedom an autobiography of Nelson Mandela ghostwritten by Richard Stengel. First published in 1994.
RM2J5DGM8–A paperback copy of The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini.
RM2J5DGJ6–A paperback copy of Nights of Rain and Stars by Maeve Binchy. First published in 2004.
RM2J4YGTJ–An old battered paperback copy of The Woman of the Grey House by Georges Simenon. First published in 1933.
RM2J4P79C–Now All Road Lead To France The Last Years of Edward Thomas, a 2012 biography by Matthew Hollis.
RM2J4P79H–2006 Kodansha International publication of the Japanese classic Botchan by Natsume Soseki, in an English translation.
RM2J46NFE–A paperback copy of The Fourth Protocol by Fredrick Forsyth.
RM2J46NEX–A paperback copy of Walter Sickert A Life by Matthew Sturgis. First published in 2005.
RM2J43C6H–A Climate of Fear by Fred Vargas was published in English in 2016. Originally published in French as Temps Glaciaires in 2015.
RM2J46NEP–A paperback copy of Trainspotting by Irvine Welsh published in 1994.
RM2J43C9A–Paperback copy of On the Black Hill a novel by Bruce Chatwin. First published in 1982, won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize & was made into a film.
RM2J43C95–A paperback copy of Beyond the Grave by Pierre Magnan.
RM2J46NK9–The Mystery of the Yellow Room by Gaston Leroux. First published in serial form in France then completely in 1908 as Le Mystère de la Chambre Jaune.
RM2J419TK–A green paperback Penguin Crime copy of Maigret's First Case. First published in French in 1948 as La Première enquête de Maigret 1913.
RM2J46NG6–Penguin Classics paperback copy of A Passage to India by E. M. Forster. First published in 1924.
RM2HW95H1–Death of an Addict by M. C. Beaton was first published in 1999. It is one of the Hamish Macbeth mysteries.
RM2HW95D9–Death of a Travelling Man by M. C. Beaton was published in 1993. It is one of the Hamish Macbeth mysteries.
RM2HW95DA–A Clubbable Woman by Reginald Hill is a crime novel first published in 1970. It is the first of the Dalziel and Pascoe series.
RM2HW2JFX–The Fairy Gunmother is a comic novel by French writer Daniel Pennac. It was first published in France in 1987 & is the second in his Malaussène saga.
RM2HW2JF9–Recalled to Life by Reginald Hill is a crime novel first published in 1992. It is part of the Dalziel and Pascoe series.
RM2HTRTP2–Children of Time by Adrian Tchaikovsky was first published in 2015. Awarded the Arthur C. Clarke Award for best science fiction of the year in 2016.
RM2HMK25X–The Murder of Roger Ackroyd is Agatha Christie's third novel to feature Hercule Poirot. It was first published in 1926.
RM2HMK26E–A paperback copy of Maigret at the Gai-Moulin by Georges Simenon. First published in 1931.
RM2HKGY39–A paperback copy of Appleby's Other Story by Michael Innes. First published in 1974.
RM2HKGY3C–A paperback copy of There Came Both Mist and Snow by Michael Innes. First published in 1940.
RM2HKA5BD–A paperback copy of Mildred Pierce by James M. Cain. First published in 1941.
RM2HJYX4H–A selection of Collins New Naturalist books on a library shelf.
RM2HJYX5K–A paperback edition of More Work for the Undertaker by Margery Allingham. The 13th of her Albert Campion series, first published in 1948.
RM2HJPWF3–A Penguin Crime paperback copy of Hamlet, Revenge! by Michael Innes. First published in 1937.
RM2HJPWEE–A paperback edition of Death at the President's Lodging by Michael Innes. The first of his Inspector Appleby series, first published in 1936.
RM2HJPWEC–A paperback copy of Memento Mori by Muriel Spark. First published in 1959.
RM2HJPWEP–A copy of the Penguin Crime paperback Christmas at Candleshoe by Michael Innes. First published in 1953.
RM2HJ9HP2–A paperback copy of Small Gods by Terry Pratchett. It was the 13th novel in the Discworld series and published in 1992.
RM2HJ9HNX–A paperback copy of Monstrous Regiment by Terry Pratchett. It was the 31st novel in the Discworld series and published in 2003.
RM2HHYTB5–A paperback copy of The Big Dig by Linda Barnes. First published in 2002.
RM2HHYTC1–A paperback copy of Double Indemnity by James M. Cain. First published in 1943.
RM2HHHHED–A paperback copy of Cloud Nine by James M. Cain. First published in 1984.
RM2HGAH2Y–A paperback copy of Trace by Patricia Cornwell The thirteenth in the Dr. Kay Scarpetta series, published in 2004.
RM2HGAH1A–A paperback copy of Mental Maps by Peter Gould and Rodney White. First published in 1974.
RM2HGAH1N–A paperback copy of The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben. First published in Germany in 2015. Shown is 2017 English edition.
RM2HG59H6–A paperback copy of Farewell My Lovely by Raymond Chandler. First published in 1940.
RM2HG59K4–A paperback copy of The Secret Life of Trees by Colin Tudge. First published in 2005.
RM2HG59KC–Scolt Head Island by J. A. Steers. First published in 1934, photograph shows 1960 revised edition.
RM2HG59NW–An old tattered copy of Our Princesses and their Dogs. Pictures of Princess Elizabeth & Princess Margaret Rose. First published in 1936.
RM2HG59KT–A paperback copy of Wilding The return to nature of a British farm by Isabella Tree. First published 2018.
RM2HG59KM–A paperback copy of Rebirding Restoring Britain's Wildlife by Benedict MacDonald. First published in 2020.
RM2HG59KJ–The Unofficial Countryside by Richard Mabey. First published in 1973. Shown is 2010 paperback edition.
RM2HFM1XF–A paperback copy of Death of a Macho Man by M.C. Beaton. First published in 1996.
RM2HFM1XC–A paperback copy of Snapshot by Linda Barnes. First published in 1993.
RM2HFM1Y2–Slow Horses by Mick Herron is the first in his Slough House series of spy novels. First published in 2010.
RM2HFM1Y7–A paperback copy of Bitter Finish by Linda Barnes. First published in 1982.
RM2HFM1Y0–A paperback copy of The Postman Always Rings Twice by James M. Cain. First published in 1934.
RM2H9YB0G–A paperback copy of Go Tell It On The Mountain by James Baldwin.
RM2H9T2KC–A paperback copy of Dracula by Bram Stoker. First published in 1897.
RM2H9T2KJ–Oxford World Classics paperback edition of The Kalevala. Seen as national epic of Finland it was originally compiled in 1835.
RM2H9T2GR–A paperback copy of Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. First published in 2006.
RM2H9T2HA–A paperback copy of Sometimes a Great Notion, the second novel by American author Ken Kesey, published in 1964.
RM2H9T2GT–A paperback copy of Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino. First published in Italy in 1972.
RM2H9T2HB–A paperback copy of The Monk. A Gothic novel by Matthew Lewis first published in 1796.
RM2H9T2H2–A paperback copy of The New Journalism edited by Tom Wolfe & E.W. Johnson. First pblished in 1973.
RM2H9T2HD–A paperback copy of Madam Crowl's Ghost and other stories by Sheriday Le Fanu. First published in 1870.
RM2H6FYW6–A well-used 1973 copy of Leaves from our Tuscan Kitchen by Janet Ross and Michael Waterfield. Originally published in 1899.
RM2E3HH1P–A hardback copy of English Pastoral by James Rebanks'
RM2E3HH1H–A paperback copy of The Ends of the World by Peter Brannen. First published in 2018
RM2E3HH1N–Volume II of The Book of Dust, The Secret Commonwealth by Philip Pullman. A continuation of the His Dark Materials trilogy. First published in 2019.
RM2E3HH1R–A paperback copy of The Rise and Fall of the British Nation by David Edgerton. First published in 2018.
RM2E4MY1H–The Road to Serfdom is Volume II in the Collected Works of F A Hayek, edited by Bruce Caldwell.
RM2E30XW2–Volume I of The Book of Dust, La Belle Sauvage by Philip Pullman. A continuation of the His Dark Materials trilogy. First published in 2017.
RM2E30XTY–A paperback copy of Underland by Robert Macfarlane. First published in 2019.
RM2DG9KDH–The household & furniture retailer IKEA have announced that their paper catalogue is to be discontinued and to move solely online. The 2021 edition will be the last published in paper format. Credit UrbanImages-News/Alamy.
RM2DFYK0C–A paperback copy of Killing Commendatore by Haruki Murakami. First published in Japan in 2017.
RM2DFYK39–Paperback copy of Why Buildings Fall Down by Matthys Levy and Mario Salvadori.
RM2DFYK3T–The Natural History of Selborne by Gilbert White has been continuously in print since first published in 1789.
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