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An eclectic baker's dozen

J. R. S. Morrison "Bibliomane"
 
Catharine and Other Writings (Oxford World's Classics)
Catharine and Other Writings (Oxford World's Classics)
"Hilarious early works - savage, witty, surreal"
Erasure
Erasure
"Very funny, very clever, more than a bit bitter"
Old School
Old School
"Literary competition, adolescent hormones, and a savaging of Ayn Rand"
Inspector Cadaver (Penguin Modern Classics)
Inspector Cadaver (Penguin Modern Classics)
"One of the best of a fascinating, atmospheric series"
The Terror of St.Trinian's and Other Drawings (Penguin Modern Classics)
The Terror of St.Trinian's and Other Drawings (Penguin Modern Classics)
"A great introductory colection, but why isn't he more in print?"
Go Tell it on the Mountain (Penguin Modern Classics)
Go Tell it on the Mountain (Penguin Modern Classics)
"Genuinely moving story of faith and family conflict"
From a Crooked Rib (Penguin Modern Classics)
From a Crooked Rib (Penguin Modern Classics)
"A bleak view of Somali womanhood, and quite alien to comfortable Western eyes"
Let It Come Down (Penguin Modern Classics)
Let It Come Down (Penguin Modern Classics)
"Like Graham Greene after the kif kicks in - the ending may disappoint some"
Blankets
Blankets
"A wonderful graphic novel of first love and loss"
The Dancers At The End of Time (S.F. MASTERWORKS)
The Dancers At The End of Time (S.F. MASTERWORKS)
"Clever, funny time-travel fin-de-siecle pastiche"
The Quantity Theory of Insanity
The Quantity Theory of Insanity
"Probably his best - creepy, funny and inventive"
At Mrs Lippincote's (VMC)
At Mrs Lippincote's (VMC)
"A great book from a much-neglected writer - NOT the actress, thank God"
The Complete Critical Assembly: The Collected White Dwarf (And GM, and GMI) Sf Review Columns
The Complete Critical Assembly: The Collected White Dwarf (And GM, and GMI) Sf Review Columns
"Some of the best, funniest and most readable SF criticism ever written, so there"