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Paperback, 09/10/2008, £5.99

Way We Live Now

Paperback, 09/10/2008, £8.99
The Way We Live Now is both a satire of the literary world of London in the 1870s and a bold indictment of the new power of speculative finance in English life. Trollope is described as the quintessential Victorian novelist.

Prime Minister

Paperback, 12/05/2011, £10.99
Plantagenet Palliser's fragile coalition government and troubled marriage is set against the social climbing of the unscrupulous financial speculator Ferdinand Lopez, whose relationship with Emily Wharton generates misery and scandal. Part of the Palliser series, the novel is one of Trollope's most complex.

Small House at Allington

Paperback, 31/01/1991, £8.99
Lily is the niece of Squire Dale, an embittered old bachelor entrenched in the "Great House" at Allington. His sister-in-law lives at the adjacent "Small House" with her two daughters and the action centres on the relations between the two houses and on the romantic entanglements of the girls.

Doctor Thorne

Paperback, 25/04/1991, £6.99
Son of a bankrupt landowner, Frank Gresham is intent on marrying his beloved Mary Thorne, despite her illegitimacy and apparent poverty. Frank's ambitious mother and haughty aunt are set against the match, however, and push him to save the family's mortgaged estate by making a good marriage to a wealthy heiress.

Doctor Thorne: A Barsetshire Novel

Paperback, 07/04/2016, £2.50
Trollope's delightful novel recounts the fortunes of Doctor Thorne, an upright and principled country doctor, and his niece Mary, who falls in love with Frank Gresham, heir to the heavily mortgaged Greshambury estate

Phineas Finn, The Irish Member

Paperback, 26/10/1972, £12.99
Tells of the career of a hot-blooded middle-class politician whose sexual energies bring him much success with women.

Can You Forgive Her?

Paperback, 26/10/1972, £10.99
Alice Vavasor cannot decide whether to marry her ambitious but violent cousin George or the upright and gentlemanly John Grey - and finds herself accepting and rejecting each of them in turn.

Duke's Children

Paperback, 27/07/1995, £9.99
Plantagenet Palliser, the Duke of Omnium and former Prime Minister of England, is widowed and wracked by grief. Struggling to adapt to life without his beloved Lady Glencora, he works hard to guide and support his three adult children. Palliser soon discovers, however, that his own plans for them are very different from their desires...

Way We Live Now

Paperback, 05/06/1995, £2.50
The author paints a picture as panoramic as his title promises, of the life of 1870s London, the loves of those drawn to and through the city, and the career of Augustus Melmotte.

Eustace Diamonds

Paperback, 12/05/2011, £9.99
Lizzie Eustace's determination to hold on to a fabulous diamond necklace entangles her in a web of deceit that involves her cousin and his fiancee in a story that is part sensation fiction, part detective novel, part political satire and part romance. Hugely engaging, the novel is also a highly revealing study of Victorian Britain.

Barchester Towers

Paperback, 09/10/2014, £9.99
Barchester Towers (1857) was the book that made Trollope's reputation and it remains his most popular and enjoyable novel. The arrival of a new bishop in Barchester sets the town in turmoil: who will come out on top in the battle between the archdeacon, the bishop, Mr Slope, and Mrs Proudie?