The last of the Faber books. From here I will move on to general fiction in a variety of editions.
First though, Garrison Keillor of whom I have two books, Lake Woebegone Days and Radio Romance. Keillor is of course well known as a humorist and broadcaster of Prairie Home Companion. He also released the charming and funny Songs of the Cat, a must buy for cat lovers.
Below are the books, cover illustrations by Pierre Le Tan
Mario Vargas Llosa is a Peruvian writer. I think when I acquired his War of the End of the World I was very taken with South American literature. These days I can’t even recall whether I actually finished the novel. Anyway, here’s the cover.
I can’t say I know anything about Wilma Stockenstrom or her book The Expedition to the Baobab Tree, which I find in my collection, but apparently she is an Afrikaans poet and novelist. Ah the wonders of the Internet…
And finally, Charles Williams, who was one of the Inklings along with J R R Tolkien and C S Lewis. His novels are quite distinct from theirs being of a contemporary nature and are classified as supernatural thrillers. They are somewhat weird and most unusual, often featuring demonic possession being overcome by angelic intervention.
Here are three Faber editions of his books. I have others in diverse editions elsewhere.
Next – a diverse range of large size fiction paperbacks (with a few hard covers)