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Death comes to us all. When he came to Mort, he offered him a job. After being assured that being dead was not compulsory, Mort accepted
A few months of married bliss, a lover's nest in Darrowby and the wonders of home cooking are rudely interrupted for James Herriot by World War II. The Herriot books form the basis of the popular BBC TV series "All Creatures Great and Small".
Quotes from the world of cricket. The title comes from someone who assumed the standing umpires in their white coats were butchers.
Acclaimed Hollywood filmwriter and director Nora Ephron turns her sharp powers of observation back onto herself in these autobiographical essays as she examines the indignities of ageing for the Baby Boom generation
A Brit Different is a celebration of the weird and wonderful contests that help to make Britain great
"Emma", originally published in 1816, was the last novel which Jane Austen lived to see through the press, and combines all the qualities for which she is most admired - irony, wit, realism, vivid characterization, moral seriousness and great contro...
Whether you think of them as burly brutes or gentle giants, rugby players are a very special breed. Enjoy the passion of the scrum and the thunder of the opposition, as this giftbook reveals the true appeal of rugby - an incurable love of mud!
The place is small-town America, the time is the second half of the 1930s. The Beelers, who live in Hornbeck, have a series of encounters, ranging from the hostile to the amorous, with the Bullards, who live in the adjoining hamlet of Millville
Two books in one cover. One concerns the underworld of an antique dealer's business, with wit and charm, whilst the second book tells the story of a six-year-old East-end London boy who thinks he has found an unicorn.
A book of humour including how to tap dance to poems.
A collection of stories about the black comedy of people's - or writers' - insecurities, imaginings and nightmares. The dirty faxes arrive on a machine belonging to Stephen St John Coke, a stuffy 50-year-old writer