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    My Cousin Rachel

    A haunting, suspenseful novel with the power and intrigue of Rebecca.

    Rebecca Mug

    A range of beautifully produced products celebrating the heritage of the Virago Modern Classics list.

    The Doll: Short Stories

    A macabre collection of early short stories by the author of Rebecca, 'Don't Look Now' and 'The Birds'

    The King's General

    A moving love story set during the Civil War.

    Daphne du Maurier and her Sisters


    Celebrated novelist Daphne Du Maurier and her sisters, eclipsed by her fame, are revealed in all their surprising complexity in this riveting new biography.

    The Loving Spirit

    A powerful, exuberant romance this is Daphne du Maurier's first novel which shows her beginnings as a great writer

    The Du Mauriers

    A penetrating study of this famously artistic family by one of its most famous members.

    Hungry Hill

    Hungry Hill' is a passionate story told with du Maurier's unique gift for drama. It follows five generations of an Irish family and the copper mine on Hungry Hill to which their fortunes and fates are so closely bound.

    The Birds And Other Stories

    Daphne du Maurier's chilling short-story collection, the title story was famously made into a film by Hitchcock - perfect for the Halloween and Christmas markets.

    My Cousin Rachel: Film Tie In

    Film tie-in edition of the major motion picture, starring Rachel Weisz and Sam Claflin. This special edition contains a foreword by the film's director and screenwriter, Roger Michell

    Jamaica Inn

    This unforgettable story of murder, mystery and passion by one of the best-loved writers of the twentieth century is perfect for a teenage market. Rebecca, Jamaica Inn and Frenchman's Creek are now available for the first time in YA editions.

    The Breaking Point: Short Stories

    A collection of eight chilling stories by the author of 'The Birds' and 'Don't Look Now', introduced by Sally Beauman

    Daphne Du Maurier