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Piemburg #2

by Tom Sharpe

In Piemburgem, the deceptively peaceful-looking capital of Zululand, Kommandant van Heerden, Konstabel Els and Luitenant Verkramp continue to terrorise true Englishman and even truer Zulus in their relentless...


Blott On The Landscape

by Tom Sharpe

The landscape is flawless, the trees majestic, the flora and the fauna are right and proper. All is picturesquely typical of rural England at its best. Sir Giles, an MP of few principles and curious tastes,...


Ancestral Vices

by Tom Sharpe

With his only friend a computer, Walden Yapp has lived a singular life. Professor of Demotic History at the University of Kloone, Yapp spends his days highlighting the corrupt capitalistic nature of the upper-classes,...


Tiger in a Trance: A Novel

by Max Ludington

Max Ludington has created a stunningly self-assured American road novel that captures the drug induced euphoria and paranoia of a Grateful Dead concert, while simultaneously probing the self-destructive tendencies...


Summer Loving

by Allie Spencer

'It all goes on in this high-speed read' - Sun

'An exciting and deliciously escapist read' - Closer

'Sizzling' - Daily Express

'The perfect companion to sun, sea and sand, this book has to find its way into your...


We Fought at Arnhem

by Mike Rossiter

Operation Market Garden: a plan to capture the bridge over the Rhine at Arnhem and outflank the German front.

In all twelve thousand airborne troops were to land, either by parachute or glider, at three drop...


A Spot of Bother: A Novel

by Mark Haddon

A Washington Post Best Book of the YearA Spot of Bother is Mark Haddon’s unforgettable follow-up to the internationally beloved bestseller The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. At sixty-one, George...


Kelly Holmes

by Kelly Holmes

Kelly Holmes made history when she brought home double gold in the 2004 Olympics, becoming a national hero. She won Sports Personality of the Year, was given a Damehood, fully backed London's successful 2012...


Sea Change

by Richard Girling

We have a special relationship with the sea. It is the single most powerful driver of our economy, our lifestyle and our politics. It affects what we eat, how we use the land, how we relate to our neighbours,...


Time Of Arrival

by Susan Sallis

It is 1951, and the 8.45 from Bristol to Paddington is preparing to leave. Albert, the driver - whose father and grandfather before him worked on the railway - says goodbye to his wife with mixed feelings. Their...


Human Instinct

by Lord Robert Winston & Robert Winston

From caveman to modern man ...

Few people doubt that humans are descended from the apes; fewer still consider, let alone accept, the psychological implications. But in truth, man not only looks, moves and breathes...


The Hungry Tide

by Val Wood

Sarah Foster's parents had been fighting a constant battle with poverty, disease and crime. When her father, Will, was involved in a terrible accident at work on the whaling ships, their lives became even harder....


Annie

by Val Wood

Can her courage lead her to a life of happiness?

Annie Swinburn is harbouring a terrible secret. She has killed a man. The man was evil in every possible way, but she knows that her only fate if she stays in...


The Pendulum Book

by Jack F Chandu

The science of using a pendulum or a divining road, also known as dowsing, consists of obtaining information from or through the subconscious, by subconsciously making a pendulum or divining rod move. From finding...


Ashes to Ashes: America's Hundred-Year Cigarette War, the Public Health, and the Unabashed Triumph of Philip Morris

Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction 1997

by Richard Kluger

No book before this one has rendered the story of cigarettes -- mankind's most common self-destructive instrument and its most profitable consumer product -- with such sweep and enlivening detail.

Here for the...


Perfect Presentations

by Michael Maynard & Andrew Leigh

Perfect Presentations is an invaluable guide for anyone preparing to speak in public. Written by Andrew Leigh and Michael Maynard, professional trainers with years of experience in the field, it explains how...


Lydia Fielding

by Susan Sallis

When Lydia celebrated her coming of age, the whole of her Exmoor village celebrated with her. Two men attracted her interest that night: handsome, ambitious Gus Pascoe, who coveted the land her father farmed;...


A Year in Christine's Garden

by Christine Walkden

A Year in Christine's Garden is the utterly down-to-earth account of one woman's passion for plants. Recounting stories from her hectic life in horticulture, Christine Walkden's diary is a heartwarming account...


A Parents' Guide To Primary School

by Elizabeth Grahamslaw

Education is an obsession for parents and children alike and parents will worry about anything to do with their children's schooling, from which school to choose and when their child should start to what they...


Strictly English

by Simon Heffer

"Be in no doubt: the beer was drunk but the man drank the beer."

"We must avoid vulgarities like 'front up'. If someone is 'fronting up' a television show, then he is presenting it."

Simon Heffer's incisive and...