Beautiful Books

November 16th, 2020Posted by Nancy

A collection of classics

My good friends at The House of Pomegranates Press have started to produce amazing editions of classic titles with the feel of old books. As it says on their website:

Whenever we would find ourselves wandering in book shops, dusty antique or junk shops we are always drawn to the back where the stacks of unloved and dust jacket-less books huddle, waiting, still full of mystery and adventure, just a little worn and tired. We loved those books and decided to create a series that resembles those books from the teens to the thirties.” 

Titles currently available include such wonderful books as Dracula, Sailing Alone around the World by Jonathan Slocum, and Whose Body?, a Wimsey mystery by Dorothy Sayers.

You’ll also find original fiction by the talented David Keyes. His collection, I Do So Sorry For All Those Lost at Sea, is beautiful, evocative, whimsical, surreal, and moving. His Cecil Woolley series evokes the occult detectives of the 1920s, along with healthy lashings of martinis, murder, mystery, and some fabulous gowns.

You can find their work on the website or at Amazon. Treat yourself to a beautiful book today!

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