This collection of Raja Rao's short fiction traverses the entire span of his literary career. These vibrant stories reveal his deep understanding of village life and his passion for India's freedom struggle, and showcase his experimentation with form and style.
The first and greatest of the bestselling Victorian thrillers known as 'sensation novels', The Woman in White opens with a chilling encounter between drawing teacher Walter Hartright and a ghostly female figure on a moonlit road.
The very first of the Sherlock Holmes mysteries, A Study inScarlet reveals the early days of Holmes and Watson's friendship, and exactly how the former doctor became involved in a life of crime-solving.
This edition features a new introduction by noted Mark Twain scholar R. Kent Rasmussen that situates the novel for a contemporary audience, and a foreword by Azar Nafisi, author of The Republic of Imagination.
Kimmie's home is on the streets of Copenhagen. To live she must steal. She has learned to avoid the police and never to stay in one place for long. But now others are trying to find her. And they won't rest until she has stopped moving - for good.