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John Buchan Classics eBook Subscription

The Complete Authorised Editions

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SKU: 112-JOHNBUCHANLIBRARY Categories: , ,
ISBN: JOHNBUCHANLIBRARY
Published: 01 Aug 2023
Format: E-Book
Publisher: Birlinn Ltd
Imprint: Polygon
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Get access to the full list of our authorised John Buchan Editions through our new subscription bundle!

From Buchan's famous spy thriller, The Thirty-Nine Steps, to less well-known works like The Dancing Floor and Midwinter, this is a great pick up for existing fans of Buchan, and for anyone looking to discover these classics.

The Polygon editions of John Buchan’s novels are the only publications which are authorised and endorsed by the John Buchan estate. Each one comes with a specially commissioned introduction by renowned writers.

Born in Perth in 1875 to a Scottish minister, John Buchan was a lawyer, journalist, historian, poet, war correspondent, policitician, diplomat and of course a successful novelist. He moved to Canada in 1935 and served as Governor General there until is death in 1940. Buchan’s writing influenced Graham Greene, Ian Fleming and Alfred Hitchcock and continues to delight new generations of readers.

Titles included in this subscription are:

The Thirty-Nine Steps | Greenmantle | Mr Standfast | The Three Hostages | The Island of Sheep | John Macnab | Prester John | Sick Heart River | Witch Wood | Huntingtower | The Gap in the Curtain | The Blanket of the Dark | The Dancing Floor | The Free Fishers | John Burnet of Barns | A Lost Lady of Old Years | Midwinter | The Power House

Our John Buchan subscription costs £9.99 for unlimited access. You will be billed this amount every 30 day(s) and you can cancel at any time.


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