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England's Eastenders

by Richard Lewis

Bobby Moore lifting the World Cup at Wembley on a July afternoon in 1966. England had triumphed against West Germany thanks to a hat-trick by Geoff Hurst and a goal by Martin Peters. All three heroic players...


The Filth

by Duncan Maclaughlin & William Hall

For the first time ever, a senior detective and undercover agent has broken rank to reveal the stark reality of life in the police force today.

Duncan MacLaughlin was one of New Scotland Yard's elite. In a career...


Da Vinci's Last Commission

by Fiona McLaren

Imagine you have an old painting, a Madonna and Child, that has been in your family for years. It is beautiful, serene and spellbinding. It hangs on your wall and for a long time you take it for granted. But...


Into the Red

by John Williams

After a decade in football wilderness, weighed down by the legacy of unmatched domestic and European successes in the 1970s and '80s, Liverpool Football Club - under new French coach Gérard Houllier and forward-looking...


Jihad!

by Tom Carew

The British have never fought against the Soviet army, right?

Wrong.

In 1980, Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher had taken over the leadership of the West and the Soviets has invaded Afghanistan; the most crucial...


Dark Heart

by Douglas Skelton

The Old Tolbooth Jail - Edinburgh's Bastille - was for five centuries the capital's heart of darkness. The tall, turreted building blocked the High Street like a stone sentinel at the gates of Hell. In its early...


Tomorrow You Die

by Andy Coogan

Andy Coogan was born in Glasgow in 1917, the oldest child of poor Irish immigrants. He was tipped for Olympic glory, but a promising running career was interrupted by war service. His capture during the fall...


Mafialand (formerly published as Shadowland)

by Douglas Thompson

Mafialand is a revelatory and dramatic true-life thriller spanning much of the twentieth century, a page-turning chronicle of an elaborate Mafia plan to 'invade' Europe using 1960s London as a bridgehead.

The...


Call the Fire Brigade!

by Allan Grice

Working as a fireman in London's East End during the early 1970s was no easy ride. In the years before workplace health-and-safety legislation had started to exert its grip, Allan Grice had to cut his fire-and-rescue...


The Dark Heart of Hollywood

by Douglas Thompson

This book reveals the sinister true story of the Mafia in Hollywood. Crammed with legends, myths, murders, madness, mayhem, superstar tantrums, super-sexed starlets, power brokers and politics, it is an ambitious...


A Fine Day for a Hanging

by Carol Ann Lee

In 1955, former nightclub manageress Ruth Ellis shot dead her lover, David Blakely. Following a trial that lasted less than two days, she was found guilty and sentenced to death. She became the last woman to...


Roars from the Back of the Bus

Jungle Tales

by John Quinn

Years of tradition crashed around the ears of Celtic supporters when the Jungle was demolished and replaced by seating to conform with the Taylor Report. It might never have been the most attractive setting...


Indian Peter

by D Skelton

Indian Peter is the remarkable story of Peter Williamson, who, in 1743 at the age of 13, was snatched from an Aberdeen quayside and transported to the burgeoning American colonies to be sold into indentured...


Jim Telfer

by Jim Telfer & David Ferguson

Jim Telfer is one of the greats of international rugby, with a career spanning more than five decades. Looking Back . . . For Once reveals how a shepherd's son from the Borders became the major driving force...


The Cartel

by Graham Johnson

A global workforce. Billions in sales. But, unlike Tesco or BP, few have heard of it. The Cartel is Britain's biggest drugs organisation, a shadowy network stretching from the freezing, fog-banks of the Mersey...


Tougher Than Bullets

by Harold Davis & Paul Smith

As Harold Davis fell under heavy machine-gun fire, his body riddled with bullet wounds and life seemingly slipping away from him, he could not have realised that he was one of the Korean War's more fortunate...


Inside Bob Paisley's Liverpool

by John Williams

Many years have now passed since the greatest period of European dominance by any English football club came to an end. Between 1977 and 1984, Liverpool won the European Cup an unprecedented four times and established...


Snooker's World Champions

by Luke Williams & Paul Gadsby

The top snooker players in the world compete for several trophies every year, but one carries more prestige than all the others put together - the World Championship. No other tournament in the sport carries...


How the Scots Took Over London

by David Stenhouse

From Fleet Street to the world of medicine, from the City of London to the corridors of power in Whitehall, Scots have exerted a determining influence on key areas of British life since the Union of the Parliaments...