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The Honno staff are teaming up to support one of Honno's classic titles: QUEEN OF THE RUSHES by Allen Raine. It is hugely deserving of remaining in print and we're swimming, cycling and running in the DYFI DASH to raise money for a new edition to ensure it continues to be read.

The Honno staff are teaming up to support one of Honno's classic titles: QUEEN OF THE RUSHES by Allen Raine. It is hugely deserving of remaining in print and we're swimming, cycling and running in the DYFI DASH to raise money for a new edition to ensure it continues to be read.

The Honno staff are teaming up to support one of Honno's classic titles: QUEEN OF THE RUSHES by Allen Raine. It is hugely deserving of remaining in print and we're swimming, cycling and running in the DYFI DASH to raise money for a new edition to ensure it continues to be read.

You can support us through our JustGiving page.

You can support us through our JustGiving page.

You can support us through our JustGiving page.

Queen of the Rushes sold over 300,000 copies at the beginning of the 20th century, when it was first published and was made into one of the first British silent movies.

Queen of the Rushes sold over 300,000 copies at the beginning of the 20th century, when it was first published and was made into one of the first British silent movies.

Queen of the Rushes sold over 300,000 copies at the beginning of the 20th century, when it was first published and was made into one of the first British silent movies.

Weʼre raising £2,500 to reprint Queen of the Rushes

Weʼre raising £2,500 to reprint Queen of the Rushes

Weʼre raising £2,500 to reprint Queen of the Rushes

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OUT NOW - March 2019

A gripping Gothic tale of possession, madness and murder, first published in 1936, and set on the south-west coast of Wales during the reign of George III. Outstanding in its lyrical evocation of a bygone Welsh rural life, Harvest Home is also a tautly-written psychological study of a man driven mad by desire.

A gripping Gothic tale of possession, madness and murder, first published in 1936, and set on the south-west coast of Wales during the reign of George III. Outstanding in its lyrical evocation of a bygone Welsh rural life, Harvest Home is also a tautly-written psychological study of a man driven mad by desire.

Dew On The Grass, a semi-autobiographical account of childhood in rural Montgomeryshire in the early years of the twentieth century, first published in 1934, was Eiluned Lewis' first novel and immediately enjoyed both popular success and critical acclaim.

A gripping Gothic tale of possession, madness and murder, first published in 1936, and set on the south-west coast of Wales during the reign of George III. Outstanding in its lyrical evocation of a bygone Welsh rural life, Harvest Home is also a tautly-written psychological study of a man driven mad by desire.

A gripping Gothic tale of possession, madness and murder, first published in 1936, and set on the south-west coast of Wales during the reign of George III. Outstanding in its lyrical evocation of a bygone Welsh rural life, Harvest Home is also a tautly-written psychological study of a man driven mad by desire.

First republished by Honno in 2008 it spent a bit of time out of print but is available once more.

The latest Welsh Women's Classic

The latest Welsh Women's Classic

A Welsh Women's Classic

BOOK LAUNCH!

BOOK LAUNCH!

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RATHER TO BE PITIED, the second in the DS Kite series set in mid-Wales, by Jan Newton is now available!


"...a fascinating read filled with intrigue and false trails.. BeingAnne

RATHER TO BE PITIED, the second in the DS Kite series set in mid-Wales, by Jan Newton is now available!


"...a fascinating read filled with intrigue and false trails.. BeingAnne

RATHER TO BE PITIED, the second in the DS Kite series set in mid-Wales, by Jan Newton is now available!


"...a fascinating read filled with intrigue and false trails.. BeingAnne

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