Sometimes your desire for the work of a particular writer, or genre, is so strong that only an omnibus edition will suffice. What better than a single volume that contains three novels or perhaps four?
Omnibus editions are common in the mystery and science fiction fields, and Gollancz is probably the publishing king of omnibuses, but this selection of meaty books covers the entire spectrum of reading from golf to sailing to John Steinbeck and Kingsley Amis.
The work of prolific writers - such as a P.G. Wodehouse, W.E. Johns and Rex Stout - are frequently packaged in omnibus editions simply because it’s a convenient way for avid readers to devour their writing. Value for money is guaranteed.
Gollancz Detective Omnibus
Edmund Crispin’s The Moving Toyshop, Michael Innes’ Appleby's End, & Dorothy L. Sayers’s Unnatural Death.
The Galldora Omnibus
by Modwena Sedgwick
13 stories about Galldora the ragdoll. Illustrated by Diana John.
The Golf Omnibus
by P.G. Wodehouse
A collection of 31 stories about this infuriating game.
The Hard-Boiled Omnibus
edited by Joseph T Shaw
15 stories from Black Mask Magazine. Hammett, Chandler; Paul Cain, Lester Dent etc
The Roman Mysteries Omnibus
by Caroline Lawrence
Children’s trilogy - contains Thieves of Ostia, Secrets of Vesuvius and Pirates of Pompeii.
Lemmy Caution Omnibus
by Peter Cheyney
Scarce book. Contains This Man is Dangerous, Dames Don't Care and I'll Say She Does.
Northern Trails Omnibus
by S.A. White & Ralph Kendall
Law of the North by White, Benton of the Royal Mounted by Kendall, Luck of the Mounted by Kendall.
The Steinbeck Omnibus
by John Steinbeck
Of Mice And Men, The Red Pony, and passages and short stories from many other works.
Travis McGee Omnibus
by John D. MacDonald
Contains The Quick Red Fox, Deadly Shade of Gold and Bright Orange for the Shroud.