Category: Fiction


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The Young Pilgrim

By: A.L.O.E. (Charlotte Maria Tucker - A Lady of England)

Price: £3.75

Publisher: Stickney, South Dakota, Unknown Publisher, 1980

. A fairly good quality modern, undated reprint (late 20th century) by an anonymous publisher in Stickney, South Dakota. No illustrations, 154 pages, edges foxed. View more info

The Days of Knox

By: Alcock, Deborah (anonymously)

Price: £4.00

Publisher: London, T Nelson & Sons, 1869

. 520 pages. Later published as "Arthur Erskine's Story: A Tale of the Days of Knox". Cloth spine detached/tatty, internally shaken, spine coming unglued, one page has a piece torn out, including a few letters of the text. View more info

Mary Brunton: and Her One Talent

By: Anon (E. A. D. R.)

Price: £9.50

Publisher: Edinburgh, Johnstone, Hunter, & Co, 1871

. 112 pages plus publisher's catalogue, blue cloth with gilt decoration, wear to top and bottom of spine, gilt edges. Undated, but there is the remains of a prize label from the West-End Academy, session 1871-2. This is a Victorian religious story for the young, and does not relate to Mrs Mary Brunton the novelist. Victorian Two Pence South Australia postage stamp to flyleaf (image printed low on stamp, top right corner slightly defective). View more info

The Golden Chain: A Story Illustrative of the Lord's Prayer [originally: Dame Wynton's Home]

By: Brock, Mrs Carey [Brock, Frances Elizabeth Georgiana]

Price: £3.75

Publisher: Sheffield, Zoar Publications, 1970

. 116 pages, endpaper map, local photographs. For ages 11-14 years. A story based on the draining of the Fens near Epworth in North Lincolnshire during the 17th century, when the Huguenots were used by God to bring the gospel to the people of those parts. Reprint of 'Dame Wynton's Home' by a Victorian author, with occasional slightly altered language (e.g. Mrs Wynton instead of Dame Wynton). View more info

The Pilgrim's Progress from this World to that which is to Come (Everyman's Library: No 204)

By: Bunyan, John

Price: £1.75

Publisher: London, J M Dent & Sons, 1927

. 383 pages, edges foxed. View more info

The Pilgrim's Progress and Other Works (with Memoir by George Cheever)

By: Bunyan, John; Cheever, George (memoir)

Price: £45.00

Publisher: London, Virtue & Company, 1880

. xxxvi + 927 pages, giant print, illustrated both in text and in numerous monochrome plates, marbled edges, only part of fold-out Key to Bunyan's Dream is present. Memoir, Pilgrim's Progress 1 & 2, Holy War, Grace Abounding. 11 x 9 x 3inches. Undated but inscribed "To Mary Urquhart, with earnest desire that she may have much pleasure and profit in reading and meditation on it - from her affectionate husband, H (?) Urquhart - Free Manse, Old Deer, 17th July 1880&#... View more info

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The Ogilvies: A Novel

By: Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock

Price: £9.00

Publisher: London, MacMillan and Co, 1875

. 432 pages, attractive light brown leather spined volume with gilt decoration and black and red spine labels, marbled boards. Slight wear to extremities, a bit of foxing. A novel by the author of John Halifax, Gentleman. View more info

Trees in the Pavement

By: Grosser, Jennifer Anne

Price: £1.75

Publisher: Tain, Christian Focus Publications, 2008

. 172 pages. Children's fiction about a Kosovan family in Britain. View more info

Ali and Silvana

By: Hitching, Bob; Hitching, Barbara

Price: £1.00

Publisher: Bromley, STL Books, 1987

. 158 pages, edges foxed, some child's scribbling to endpapers. "A Muslim boy, a Christian girl, and the agony of their love... trapped in a cultural system that tears them apart, Ali and Silvana seek to escape to a new life together. But events beyind their control lead to a drama of heartache and longing ... ". View more info

Philip Colville: A Covenanter's Story

By: Kennedy, Grace

Price: £14.50

Publisher: Edinburgh, William Oliphant & Co, 1877

. 197 pages. Grace Kennedy (1782-1825) was a very popular religious novelist (evangelical/Protestant) in the 19th century, best known for "Father Clement". Philip Colville was her last work on which she was still working at the time of her death and was therefore not completed. Undated, but prize label from the Local Day School Institution (10 Young Street, Edinburgh) is dated 1877. View more info

God Was a Stranger: A Young Man's Struggle to Find Reality

By: Kirk, Margaret

Price: £1.75

Publisher: Sevenoaks, Overseas Missionary Fellowship, 1980

Edition: First Edition

. 120 pages, edges foxed. Fictional story of Chepto, a teenage boy in modern Indonesia, searching for something worthwhile to do with his life. View more info

Eve's Story: A True-to-Life Story of One Christian Woman's Search for Fullness and Equality

By: Lane, Eric; Lane, Joyce

Price: £1.00

Publisher: Welwyn, Evangelical Press, 1984

Edition: First Edition

. 248 pages. Paper somewhat browned. View more info

Probable Sons

By: Le Feuvre, Amy

Price: £1.00

Publisher: Cambridge, Lutterworth, 1990

. 63 pages, reprint in modern typeface of a Victorian Christian story in which little Milly, who has a complete trust in God, is sent to stay with her confirmed bachelor uncle, Sir Edward Wentworth. Unused but foxed through unsuitable storage conditions. View more info

Teddy's Button

By: Le Feuvre, Amy

Price: £1.00

Publisher: Cambridge, Lutterworth, 1989

. 63 pages, reprint in modern typeface of a Victorian Christian story centred on Teddy and the button he prizes which his father wore in battle. Unused but edges slightly foxed through unsuitable storage conditions. View more info

The Singer

By: Miller, Calvin

Price: £3.75

Publisher: Downers Grove, IL, U.S.A., InterVarsity Press, 1975

Inscription: Signed by Author

. 151 pages. Inscribed and signed by author to previous owner. View more info