3rd in Poldark series. Sequel to: 'Demelza' (4957). Ross Poldark faces charges of having plundered two ships wrecked on the beach below his house. If charged, the sentence will be death.
THE ANGRY TIDE
7th in Poldark series: Sequel to 'The Four Swans' (5229). Ross Poldark is now the MP for Truro, but his old feud with George Warleggan still continues.
12th in Poldark Series: Sequel to 'The Twisted Sword' (6185). The ongoing feud between Ross Poldark and George Warleggan continues through to the younger generation in this, the final book of the series.
THE BLACK MOON
5th in Poldark series. Sequel to: 'Warleggan' (5010). The birth of a son to Elizabeth and George Warleggan serves only to accentuate the rift between the Poldark and Warleggan families.
THE FOUR SWANS
6th in Poldark Series. Sequel to: 'The Black Moon' (5063). At last Ross Poldark has found prosperity and happiness, but each of the women in his life faces a crisis that could ruin her life.
THE GROVE OF EAGLES
The latter years of the reign of Elizabeth I brought peace and stability to most of England, but not to the people of coastal Cornwall who were constantly under threat from a Spanish invasion. This crisis is seen through the eyes of Maughan Killigrew.
THE LOVING CUP
10th in Poldark series: Sequel to 'The Miller's Dance' (5478). In 1813 lying half-forgotten in a dank cave, a silver cup still haunts the lives of the Poldark and Warleggan families.
Marnie appears to be charming and efficient. But inwardly she is a rebel against society and the law. She starts working for a small family firm and as Mark Rutland, the younger partner, forces his way into Marnie’s world he becomes desperate to understand her. Why is she so cynical, so uncaring? Why is she a thief and a liar? Who is the real Marnie? Mark sets a trap - but it is not only Marnie who is caught ...
MEMOIRS OF A PRIVATE MAN
An insight into the unassuming side of the writer whose bestselling novels and their television adaptations have won over the hearts of millions. Graham's is a life of success, often excess, yet he never loses sight of its foundations: his love of his wife Jean, companion of fifty years, and his love of words.
THE MILLER'S DANCE
9th in Poldark series: Sequel to 'The Stranger from the Sea' (5398). 1812: Ross and Demelza receive some surprising and worrying news. Clowance, newly returned from London, finds that her association with Stephen Carrington brings both happiness and heartache.
1st in Poldark series. Set in Cornwall in the late 18th century, Ross Poldark returns from war to find that the girl he intends to marry is engaged to his cousin.
THE STRANGER FROM THE SEA
8th in Poldark series: Sequel to 'The Angry Tide' (5275). Whilst Ross Poldark is in Portugal, Jeremy rescues a stranger, Stephen Carrington, whose arrival changes all their lives.
THE TWISTED SWORD
11th Book in Poldark Series: Sequel to 'The Loving Cup' (5740). The Poldark household is disrupted when Ross has to accept a summons and travel to Paris with his family as an 'observer' of the French army.
THE UGLY SISTER
Born as the Napoleonic Wars end, Emma Spry the disfigured younger daughter grows up without affection. Here she tells her story with blunt and beguiling honesty.