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Outlaw Lover

by Saskia Hope

He stood tall and handsome in his leathers, his eyes raking her nakedness and sex-soaked body. Fee felt a thrill of danger. The pirate was a superb and ferocious lover. And an altogether wild and unpredictable...

Common Sense

by Andrew Hood & Tony Benn

Do we need a Monarchy? Or does it represent everything that is hidebound and stifling about Britain? The headlines tell the story: every British Institution is in crisis As a nation we have lost our way, What...

Wise Women

by Carole McKenzie

'A woman is like a teabag - only when in hot water do you realise how strong she is' - Nancy Reagan

Women are never at a loss to express themselves, and smart women will have something to say for every occasion....


by K M Peyton

Darkling is ragged and wild, but Jenny can't help falling for him. As soon as her grandfather buys the chestnut colt, she is thrilled. But a racing colt turns out to be a frightening responsibility - especially...

The Great Vegetable Plot

by Jonathan Buckley & Sarah Raven

'A vegetable plot is a beautiful thing to make, with the extra bonus of producing the best possible things to eat. If you get it right, the whole place can become your market, your haven and your playground.'...

Heart Of Desire

by Maria Del Rey

When young actress Sarah Kowalski accepts a role to play the part of a strict dominatrix, some first-hand research is called for. She is introduced to the mysterious Dominique, who trains her in every aspect...

The Double

by Ken Ferris

'Tottenham Hotspur's reputation around the world was forged by the great double-winning team fashioned by Bill Nicholson, and every Spurs manager since then has lived in the shadow of the great man's achievements...

Manchester United in Europe

by Ken Ferris

Manchester United's quest to win the European Cup was forged amidst the charred remains of an Elizabethan airliner that crashed on take-off at Munich's Riem Airport on 6 February 1958. Twenty-three people died...

Football Fanatic

by Ken Ferris

This is the book which landed the author in the Guinness Book of Records for his record-breaking 20,000-mile tour of every Football League Ground in England.

The first edition was hugely successful and was listed...

Oh, Hampden in the Sun . . .

by Pat Woods & Peter Burns

Celtic's astonishing 7-1 victory over arch-rivals Rangers in the 1957 Scottish League Cup final brought the club its last major trophy prior to the appointment of Jock Stein as manager in 1965 and the glory...

If You're Proud To Be A Leeds Fan

by Tom Palmer

When the Gelderd End sings 'If you're proud to be a Leeds fan clap your hands' you clap your hands . . . but should you?

Leeds United Football Club have one of the worst reputations in the country. For years...

Celtic: The Awakening

by Alex Gordon

Celtic strode majestically into the history books in 1967 as the first British club to conquer Europe, and the iconic photograph of captain Billy McNeill holding aloft the glittering European Cup in the Lisbon...


by Neil Root

The last time that anyone heard from 35-year-old Claudia Lawrence, a chef at the University of York, was when she sent a text message to a friend on 18 March 2009 at 8.23 p.m. She has never been heard from or...


by Barbara Mortimer

On 3 September 1939, the Prime Minister declared that Britain was at war with Nazi Germany.

Thousands of young women, many of them barely out of school, were sent headlong into gruelling training regimes that...

Good Food: Low-Carb Cooking

by Ebury Publishing

Equally popular for weight-loss and health-conscious reasons, low-carb diets are all the rage. Jump on the bandwagon, or support a long-standing lifestyle choice, with this handy little cookbook from the Good...

Good Food: Stir-fries and Quick Fixes

by Ebury Publishing

Dinners don’t get much simpler than stir-fries – or more satisfying! Healthy and budget friendly, stir-fries are perfect for a quick snack or weeknight supper. These inventive recipes from the experts at...

The Making of Tesco: A Story of British Shopping

by Sarah Ryle

From one man’s Hackney market stall to a company serving fifty million customers in thirteen countries every week, this is the extraordinary story of one of Britain’s most remarkable companies. Told by those...

Pandora's Box 3

by Kerri Sharp

This is the third of the popular Pandora's box anthologies of erotic writing by women. The book includes extracts from the best-selling and most well-liked titles of the past year as well as four completely...

True Stories Of The Commandos

by Robin Hunter

Raised in the dark, post-Dunkirk days of 1940 to carry the war to the enemy, in five short and violent years the British Army Commandos established a reputation that has made the name ‘Commando’ the mark...

Oliver Twist

by Charles Dickens

‘Look here! Here’s a jolly life! What’s the odds where it comes from?’

Meet the Artful Dodger, as roistering and swaggering a young gentleman as ever stood four foot six. With him, you’ll run down the...