Richard Dawkins’s startling theory propelled The Selfish Gene to international acclaim and it remains the de facto text on social development. This first illustrated edition includes 51 incredible colour photographs.
A stunning new Folio Society collection of Arthur Conan Doyle’s most compelling cases, The Selected Adventures and Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes is given a contemporary twist with Max Löffler’s unsettling illustrations.
Our seasonal anthologies of prose, poetry, diary entries and musings are brought together in a beautiful set for gifting or collecting and illustrated throughout with Petra Börner’s nature-inspired designs.
Aristocratic privilege stands on a precipice in Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited, a nostalgic study of class and character, newly illustrated with Harry Brockway’s stylised wood engravings for this Folio Society edition.
From patronage to postcode – Peter Burke reveals how social history shaped Renaissance art in our exquisite edition illustrated with examples of the period’s great works.
An enchanting selection of prose and poetry inspired by summer, with commissioned illustrations and binding.
A new Folio edition of Tobias Smollett’s final masterpiece, The Expedition of Humphry Clinker, a hilarious road-trip through Georgian Britain, dynamically illustrated by Derrick Harris and with an introduction by John Sutherland.
An unmissable Albert Campion mystery from Margery Allingham. Produced in series with The Tiger in the Smoke and Traitor’s Purse, Hide My Eyes invites us to explore a crime-ridden London.
A hauntingly illustrated edition of Under Fire, Henri Barbusse’s uniquely devastating anti-war masterpiece published at the height of the First World War.
The much-loved comedy classic, richly illustrated with exuberant drawings by Paul Cox.
A unique collection of poetry and prose, beautifully bound and illustrated with newly commissioned artwork.
The gripping life-story of Douglas Bader, double amputee and Second World War fighter ace.
A stirring tale of vengeance and honour, from the finest historical novelist to write about Roman Britain.
Dramatic accounts of eight sensational murder trials that gripped the nation – and proved that truth really is stranger than fiction.
The iconic tale of demonic possession, Catholic guilt and self-doubt horrifyingly illustrated by acclaimed artist Jeremy Caniglia.
A dazzling new edition of Ray Bradbury’s timeless classic The Illustrated Man, brought vividly to life by Marc Burckhardt’s metallic binding and stark illustrations; with an insightful introduction by Margaret Atwood.
Antony Beevor’s critically acclaimed historical masterpiece is a gripping and frequently harrowing account of the Red Army’s capture of the German capital in World War II’s final stages. Berlin: The Downfall 1945 was the Non-Fiction winner of the Folio Readers’ Choice 2017.
Published here as they first appeared with the narrative poem ’A Lover's Complaint’, Shakespeare’s sonnets show his transcendent mastery of language, and more, they reveal intimate glimpses of the poet’s mind.
A modernist masterpiece, Ford Madox Ford’s Great War tetralogy is vividly evoked in this striking two-volume edition.
This special collection celebrates the winter season with over 50 poems, memoirs and novel extracts. This edition is completed by Petra Börner's charming illustrations and Susan Cooper's thoughtful introduction.
An exclusive collection of poems and prose, with authors ranging from Charles Dickens to Matsuo Bashō.
Paul Brickhill’s account of 617 Squadron's legendary bombing raid is an exhilarating read, showcased in a suitably dramatic red and black binding.
The infamous battle examined from all angles by one of Britain’s most acclaimed historians.
A magnificent facsimile edition of a religious and literary classic. Next to the authorised version of the King James Bible and the plays of William Shakespeare, it is among the most widely read and influential of English literary works.
Nepotism, murder and debauchery abound in this gripping portrait of a family that bribed their way to power in Renaissance Italy. The first illustrated edition, this is designed in series with Hibbert's The Rise and Fall of the House of Medici.
A noir classic, introduced by John Sutherland.
A treasure trove of archaeological wonder: C. W. Ceram’s infectiously enthusiastic volume is an enduring classic.
A timeless American classic joins the Folio Collectables line-up.
A hundred years of military blunders accompanied by a fascinating psychological analysis.
Alexander McCall Smith introduces this golden-age mystery, considered one of the finest ever written. With illustrations by Finn Campbell-Notman.