The history of one of the world's most fascinating civilisations, a people both dynamic and feared, is newly presented in a stunning two-volume Folio edition.
P. G. Wodehouse, celebrated master of wordplay and comic timing, captures all the drama of the fairway in this charming collection of golfing short stories.
The pinnacle of the writer's art, the short story, is celebrated in an exclusive new illustrated edition, The Folio Book of Great Short Stories.
Fearless warrior, religious fanatic, fierce patriot: the familiar story of Joan of Arc is remarkably retold in Helen Castor's best-selling account, now presented in an incredible Folio Society edition.
The past becomes a deadly leash in Octavia E. Butler's remarkable science-fiction thriller Kindred. This special Folio Society edition features work by award-winning artist James E. Ransome.
Savannah's hustlers and high-rollers open their doors and their hearts to John Berendt in the international bestseller that gets its long-awaited Folio debut.
Never has a plague-ravaged world been so brilliantly depicted. Dark, edgy and eerily prophetic, Oryx and Crake is the blistering page-turner from Margaret Atwood that is making its stunning Folio debut.
Inspector Alan Grant tracks down a missing member of the Hollywood elite in the latest page-turning mystery from Josephine Tey. To Love and Be Wise features atmospheric illustrations by Mark Smith.
Margery Williams's affectionate tale of enduring love, The Velveteen Rabbit, has been faithfully reproduced in this beautifully designed new Folio collector's edition.
The Folio Society edition of The Mark of Command superbly presents celebrated military historian John Keegan's appraisal of four famous generals: Alexander the Great, Wellington, Ulysses S. Grant and Hitler.
The latest collection from The Folio Society