2019-01-17 11:03:01

Flawed Dogs: The Shocking Raid on Westminster

Berkeley Breathed Berkeley Breathed

2019-01-17 11:03:01

The Bride Of The Wilderness (Paul Christopher #6)

Charles McCarry Charles McCarry

2019-01-17 11:03:01

Traitor's Kiss

Gerald Seymour Gerald Seymour

2019-01-17 11:03:01

The Outsider

Damon Galgut Damon Galgut

2019-01-17 11:03:01


Daniel Chanan Matt Daniel Chanan Matt

2019-01-17 11:03:01

Fitness for Dummies

Lillian Glass Lillian Glass

2019-01-17 11:03:01

Motion to Dismiss (Kali O'Brien, #3)

Jonnie Jacobs Jonnie Jacobs

2019-01-16 11:03:01

Hunting Julian (Gatherers, #1)

Jacquelyn Frank Jacquelyn Frank

2019-01-16 11:03:01


George Quasha George Quasha

2019-01-16 11:03:01

Who Goes There?

Susan Evans McCloud Susan Evans McCloud

2019-01-15 11:03:01

The Guardian (Gables of Legacy, #1)

Anita Stansfield Anita Stansfield

What kind of books do you prefer?

To say how many books are impossible in the world. Publishers every day release new copies. Some of them become bestsellers, others long on the shelf, and not finding their readers. They say: "In order to become clever, you need to read only 10 books, but to find these 10, you'll have to read a few hundred." And sometimes it is so pathetic for time to read empty literature, because to understand if something is worth a book, or not at once. We offer you variants of works that are worth reading. - "Deep Dream" - Raymond Chandler - the first of a series of novels about private detective Philip Marlowe. Classic "cool detective." - "Stories" - Anton Pavlovich Chekhov - a classic of world literature. - "Molla", "Malone dies" and "Nameless" - Samuel Beckett - three works that make up the trilogy and represent a separate milestone in the creative biography of Beckett. - "Outsider" - Albert Camus - describes three key events in the life of the nameless hero of the work - the death of the mother, the murder of a local resident and the court, as well as a brief relationship with the girl.