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The Wheel Spins, better known perhaps as Alfred Hitchcock's film, The Lady Vanishes, is, by far, Ethel Lina White's most famous work. The book has been made into a film on several occasions - the latest in 2013 starring Tuppence Middleton. First published in 1936, the work is still in print today. The story is set on train travelling through Europe; a beautiful young girl named Iris Carr returning to England following a holiday in the mountains. She befriends a Miss Froy, who disappears. Nobody believes Iris and it moves on from there....


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Educated at Harvard University, the Sorbonne and Oxford, Eliot moved to England permanently in 1914. In 1927, he took out British citizenship. He began working as a teacher and, for a time, as a bank clerk before turning to publishing. From 1917 to 1919, he was assistant editor of the Egoist and published his first major poetical work, Prufrock and Other Observations, in 1917. From 1922 to 1939, Eliot edited the Criterion, his own quarterly publication. In 1925, he joined the publishers Faber and Faber, where he continued as a director until his death. Eliot became a very influential critic and produced some excellent critical works such as The Sacred Wood (1920), For Lancelot Andrewes (1928), The Use of Poetry and the Use of Criticism (1933), Essays Ancient and Modern (1936) and Notes Towards a Definition of Culture (1948). Among the general public, Eliot is perhaps better known for his plays, which included Murder in the Cathedral (1935), The Family Reunion (1939), The Cocktail Party (1950), The Confidential Clerk (1954) and The Elder Statesman (1959). In 1948 he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. His other well-known works include Poems (1920), The Waste Land (1922), Ash Wednesday (1930), Selected Essays 1917-1932 (1932), Elizabethan Essays (1934) and Four Quartets (1935-1942). His book of poetry, Old Possum's Book of Poetical Cats (1939), written for children, formed the basis for Andrew Lloyd Weber's musical, Cats.

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( Various Authors)
Sir Buccaneer
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The Sphinx
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Crossed Wires
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The Heart of a Woman
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Queen of the Flaming Diamond
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Lady Molly of Scotland Yard
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Double Death
(William E. Barrett)
Six Poems
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Chariot of the Sun
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Celebrated Claimants From Perkin Warbeck to Arthur Orton
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One-Way Ticket to Nowhere
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Stop Pushing
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Negro Fighter's First Battle
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It's a Small World
(Robert Bloch)
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The Poet's Vow
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The Battle of Marathon
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The Fireman
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Medal From Jerusalem
(Irwin Shaw)
Maybloom and Myrtle
(Samuel Minturn Peck)
The Golf Girl [Illustrated]
(Samuel Minturn Peck)
Selected Poetry
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Death Valley
(Zane Grey)
The Mercurian Menace
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Ballade - Op.9
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Wunpost
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Pink Ears
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Country Club
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Murder in the Rain
(Mignon G Eberhart)
In Defense of Authors
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Mariana
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Why....Should I Care?
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The Greek General
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Retreat
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The Mocking of the Gods
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Later Than You Think
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Coming Attraction
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The Burning Wheel
(Aldous Huxley)
The Kiss At Croton Falls
(Irwin Shaw)
Antic Hay
(Aldous Huxley)
The Fire Divine
(Richard Watson Gilder)
The Case of the Middle-Aged Wife
(Agatha Christie)
Death on the Nile - 1
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The Winnowing Fan
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Trade, Aid, and Peace
(Lester B. Pearson)
Memoir of Col. Benjamin Tallmadge
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Three John Silence Stories
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The New Day
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The Tigress of the Chateau Plage
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