Books by Publisher: Methuen Publishing Ltd

    Passions of Mary Wollstonecraft

    By Wendy Louise Bardsley

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    Hardback £13.85

    In her excellent new novel, Wendy Louise Bardsley takes the reader on a journey from Yorkshire to London, Wales, and Paris, as she explores the remarkable life of Mary Wollstonecroft.

    Between Us Girls

    By Joe Orton

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    Paperback £8.45


    By Robert McKee

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    Hardback Save £7.54 = £17.46

    DIALOGUE is the follow-up title to Robert McKee's hugely successful STORY.

    Atlantic Meeting

    By H. V. Morton

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    Hardback £12.65

    In August 1941 Winston Churchill and President Roosevelt met secretly on HMS Prince of Wales, moored just off the coast of Newfoundland. H. V. Morton was invited to accompany the Prime Minister and his entourage and this is H. V. Morton's account of the trip, now re-published to commemorate the...

    Len Hutton

    By Gerald Howat

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    This excellent biography - written with the full cooperation of its subject - is now reissued with more illustrations, to commemorate the centenary of Len Hutton's birth.

    Lucky Bag

    By Victoria Wood

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    Paperback £9.05

    The Victoria Wood Song Book - Revised & Expanded Edition

    Brian Close

    By Alan Hill

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    Hardback Save £5.14 = £13.85

    G. K. Chesterton

    By Denis J. Conlon

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    Hardback £20.46

    G K Chesterton - A Reappraisal

    Minor Characters

    By Joyce Johnson

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    Paperback Save £1.14 = £7.85

    A Beat Memoir. Astonishing insider account of the Beat generation by Jack Kerouacs lover and probably the best book ever written about the Beats.

    The Hubris Syndrome: Bush, Blair and the Intoxication of Power

    By David Owen

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    Paperback £9.05

    For some politicians and business leaders, power can become an intoxicating drug, and can affect their actions and decision-making in a most serious way. The ancient Greeks called it hubris, and identified arrogance and contempt for others' opinions as classic traits. They also took comfort in the knowledge that the...

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