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Though he has been championed by Angela Carter, Harlan Ellison, Ian Fleming, Michael Moorcock and others, Gerald Kersh has undeservedly fallen into neglect since his death. This edition of CLOCK WITHOUT HANDS is one of his lesser-known books and the first-ever reprint which includes a new introduction by Thomas Pluck. http://www.valancourtbooks.com/clock-without-hands-1949.html

Though he has been championed by Angela Carter, Harlan Ellison, Ian Fleming, Michael Moorcock and others, Gerald Kersh has undeservedly fallen into neglect since his death. This edition of CLOCK WITHOUT HANDS is one of his lesser-known books and the first-ever reprint which includes a new introduction by Thomas Pluck. http://www.valancourtbooks.com/clock-without-hands-1949.html

‘A Room in Chelsea Square’ by Michael Nelson - http://www.lambdaliterary.org/reviews/06/26/a-room-in-chelsea-square-by-michael-nelson/

‘A Room in Chelsea Square’ by Michael Nelson - http://www.lambdaliterary.org/reviews/06/26/a-room-in-chelsea-square-by-michael-nelson/

Hell! said the Duchess (1934) by Michael Arlen http://www.valancourtbooks.com/hell-said-the-duchess-1934.html

Hell! said the Duchess (1934) by Michael Arlen http://www.valancourtbooks.com/hell-said-the-duchess-1934.html

Hurry on Down (1953) by John Wain http://www.valancourtbooks.com/hurry-on-down-1953.html

Hurry on Down (1953) by John Wain http://www.valancourtbooks.com/hurry-on-down-1953.html

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The Book of Life (1960) by C.H.B. Kitchin http://www.valancourtbooks.com/the-book-of-life-1960.html

The Book of Life (1960) by C.H.B. Kitchin http://www.valancourtbooks.com/the-book-of-life-1960.html

With the recent surge in popularity of far-right political parties across Europe, Gillian Freeman’s sixth novel, The Leader (1965), remains as chillingly relevant today as when first published. This edition, the first in more than 40 years, includes a new introduction by Alwyn W. Turner. Freeman’s classics The Liberty Man (1955) and The Leather Boys (1961) are also available from Valancourt Books.

With the recent surge in popularity of far-right political parties across Europe, Gillian Freeman’s sixth novel, The Leader (1965), remains as chillingly relevant today as when first published. This edition, the first in more than 40 years, includes a new introduction by Alwyn W. Turner. Freeman’s classics The Liberty Man (1955) and The Leather Boys (1961) are also available from Valancourt Books.

One of the best-loved novels by Nevil Shute, An Old Captivity (1940) blends romance and aeronautical adventure with a unique and compelling strain of fantasy into a page-turning story with an extraordinary conclusion. This edition, the first to be published in America in decades, features a new introduction by Rob Spence. http://www.valancourtbooks.com/an-old-captivity-1940.html

One of the best-loved novels by Nevil Shute, An Old Captivity (1940) blends romance and aeronautical adventure with a unique and compelling strain of fantasy into a page-turning story with an extraordinary conclusion. This edition, the first to be published in America in decades, features a new introduction by Rob Spence. http://www.valancourtbooks.com/an-old-captivity-1940.html

In Billy Liar on the Moon, the 1975 sequel to Billy Liar, Billy is thirty-three but still hasn't grown out of his propensity for lying. Stuck in a loveless marriage in a dismal town, where he has a dead-end job in local government, Billy seeks escape through his affair with Helen, who is also unhappily married. http://www.valancourtbooks.com/billy-liar-on-the-moon-1975.html

In Billy Liar on the Moon, the 1975 sequel to Billy Liar, Billy is thirty-three but still hasn't grown out of his propensity for lying. Stuck in a loveless marriage in a dismal town, where he has a dead-end job in local government, Billy seeks escape through his affair with Helen, who is also unhappily married. http://www.valancourtbooks.com/billy-liar-on-the-moon-1975.html

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Based in part on real-life events that occurred during the Second World War, Nevil Shute's seventh novel, Landfall (1940), is a thrilling page-turner that draws on Shute's own experiences as a pilot and engineer. This edition features a new introduction by Rob Spence. http://www.valancourtbooks.com/landfall-1940.html

Based in part on real-life events that occurred during the Second World War, Nevil Shute's seventh novel, Landfall (1940), is a thrilling page-turner that draws on Shute's own experiences as a pilot and engineer. This edition features a new introduction by Rob Spence. http://www.valancourtbooks.com/landfall-1940.html

Colin Wilson's fifth novel, NECESSARY DOUBT (1964), is one of his most enjoyable. Reprinted for the first time in decades, with a new intro by Colin Stanley and vertiginous 60s-inspired cover art by M.S. Corley. http://www.valancourtbooks.com/necessary-doubt-1964.html

Colin Wilson's fifth novel, NECESSARY DOUBT (1964), is one of his most enjoyable. Reprinted for the first time in decades, with a new intro by Colin Stanley and vertiginous 60s-inspired cover art by M.S. Corley. http://www.valancourtbooks.com/necessary-doubt-1964.html

Widely praised on its initial publication, Michael Campbell's Lord Dismiss Us (1967) is reprinted here for the first time in three decades. This edition includes a new introduction by Dennis Drabelle, award-winning critic and contributing editor to The Washington Post Book World.

Widely praised on its initial publication, Michael Campbell's Lord Dismiss Us (1967) is reprinted here for the first time in three decades. This edition includes a new introduction by Dennis Drabelle, award-winning critic and contributing editor to The Washington Post Book World.

Strike the Father Dead (1962) by John Wain http://www.valancourtbooks.com/strike-the-father-dead-1962.html

Strike the Father Dead (1962) by John Wain http://www.valancourtbooks.com/strike-the-father-dead-1962.html

The Liberty Man (1955) by Gillian Freeman http://www.valancourtbooks.com/the-liberty-man-1955.html

The Liberty Man (1955) by Gillian Freeman http://www.valancourtbooks.com/the-liberty-man-1955.html