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Susan Hill

Susan Hill

·3.69·106,227 Ratings
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  • A Bit Of Singing And Dancing

    1984·
    ·3.73·127 Ratings
    When Susan Hill's first collection of stories, "The Albatross," (awarded the John Llywellyn Rhys Prize), appeared, the reviewer in the Times Literary Supplement compared her style to that of Tolstoy. With this collection, "A Bit of Singing and Dancing," s
  • Strange Meeting

    1973·
    ·3.86·1,292 Ratings
    Susan Hill's classic novel Strange Meeting tells of the power of love amidst atrocities.'He was afraid to go to sleep. For three weeks, he had been afraid of going to sleep . . .'Young officer John Hilliard returns to his battalion in France following a p
  • Counting My Chickens . . .: And Other Home Thoughts

    2002·
    ·3.68·134 Ratings
    A unique window on an extraordinary life lived with tremendous zest, discrimination, and intelligenceThe Duchess of Devonshire is the youngest of the Mitford siblings, the famous brood that includes the writers Nancy and Jessica. Like them, she has lived
  • The Risk of Darkness (Simon Serrailler, #3)

    2006·
    ·3.94·2,789 Ratings
    Child abduction, crazy grief of a widowed husband, a derangement that turns to obsession and threats, violence and terror add up in newest cases for handsome, introverted Simon Serrailler. His cool reserve has broken the hearts of several women. Now his o
  • The Pure in Heart (Simon Serrailler, #2)

    2006·
    ·3.91·3,910 Ratings
    A boy disappears waiting for a lift to school. A child miles away in the North of England, is abducted while walking to swimming baths near home. A girl and her harassed single mother become close to their next door neighbor Ed. Simon Serailler has very d
  • The Various Haunts of Men (Simon Serrailler, #1)

    2007·
    ·3.81·7,695 Ratings
    Having transferred to the small cathedral town of Lafferton from London's "Met," police detective Freya Graffham explores her new community and becomes fascinated by Chief Insp. Simon Serrailler, her enigmatic superior. Though she fits well within the loc
  • Mrs de Winter

    1999·
    ·2.99·1,555 Ratings
    Rebecca was Daphne du Maurier's most famous and best-loved novel. Countless readers wondered: what happened next? Out of fire-wracked ruins of Manderley, would love and renewal rise phoenix-like from the ashes of the embittered past? Married to the sophis
  • The Distracted Preacher and Other Tales

    1979·
    ·3.9·226 Ratings
    An alternate cover edition for this ISBN can be found here and here.Thomas Hardy's short stories reveal a literary persona, a creative intelligence and an imaginative vision uniquely and unmistakably his own. Those contained within this volume are among h
  • In the Springtime of the Year

    1992·
    ·3.76·214 Ratings
    Set in a rural English village, In the Springtime of the Year is an astonishingly acute novel built around young Ruth Bryce's struggle to deal with the sudden and accidental death of her husband, Ben. Suddenly alone, Ruth must cope not only with Ben's dea
  • The Random House Book of Ghost Stories

    1991·
    ·3.86·72 Ratings
    Illustrated in full color. "Who's that tapping at my window?"  This classy collection and gorgeous gift volume of seventeen modern ghost stories is a refreshing antidote to all the gross and gory books presently on the market. Discriminating horror fans
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