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Malaria

by Susan Hillmore

To the island of Mannar - once an enchanted paradise, now polluted, its wildlife dead or dying - comes Sir Alexander Haye, zoologist and TV personality, determined to acquire one of the last of the island's...


Lady Trevelyan and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood

by John Batchelor

An entertaining account of an extraordinary cultural and historical event: - the establishment by one highly intelligent woman of a salon of the arts in a beautiful country house in Northumberland. Wallington...


Balthasar's Odyssey

by Amin Maalouf

There are ninety-nine names for God in the Koran, is it possible that there is a secret one-hundredth name?

In this tale of magic and mystery, of love and danger, Balthasar's ultimate quest is to find the secret...


Fintan's Tower

by Catherine Fisher

Jamie was at the library looking for a book that was different, one he could get lost in. But he didn't mean it literally.

The Book with his own name in it leads Jamie and his sister Jenny into the Summer Country...


The Candle Man

by Catherine Fisher

Meurig, the fiddler, is a haunted man. Hafren, the evil spirit-woman of the Severn has captured his soul and now possesses the key to his life - a small candle stub. Hafren taunts and torments Meurig but with...


The Married Man: A Novel

by Edmund White

In Edmund White's most moving novel yet, an American living in Paris finds his life transformed by an unexpected love affair.

Austin Smith is pushing fifty, loveless and drifting, until one day he meets Julien,...


Conjuror's Game

by Catherine Fisher

Alick is fascinated by Luke Ferris - the Conjuror! Where does he get his strange powers of healing? Why has he got six fingers? What is his connection with the sinister goings-on at the Mere in Halcombe Great...


Managing Empowerment

by David Jenkins

Many senior managers are faced with the decision as to whether or not they should 'go' for empowerment. Their major concern is the likely effect of empowerment on mangers, supervisors, and the organisation as...


The Great Shame: And the Triumph of the Irish in the English-Speaking World

by Thomas Keneally

"Thomas Keneally recounts history with the uncanny skill of a great novelist whose only interest is to lay bare the human heart in all its hope and pain. As he was able to do in Schindler's List, he shows us...


Beyond Certainty

by Charles Handy

Over the last decade, change has accelerated violently. The Thatcher/Regan years were a time of certainty, when greed was good, more meant better, and the Western world rejoiced to see George Orwell's dismal...


Fencing Paradise

by Richard Mabey

In this remarkable journal of visits to Eden, Mabey transports his reader from Cornwall to the Mediterranean to the Tropics, from Old World to New, from present to personal memory, to new perspectives on our...


New Poems Book Two

by Charles Bukowski

Charles Bukowski was one of America's best-known writers abnd one of its most influential and imitated poets. Although he published over 45 books of poetry, hundreds of his poems were kept by him and his publisher...


Spit Toon's Saloon: Rinnce and Spit Toon, Proprietors. Sad Songs and Funny Tales on Tap

by Eric Kobb Miller

Call him Spit; everyone does, except his mother who still calls him Salvatore. Salvatore Spittell Toon, D.M.D., is a dentist who wants to stop swimming upstream in saliva and to get out of the mouth and into...


Risotto With Nettles

by Anna Del Conte

Born in Milan, Anna del Conte grew up in Italy in a gentler time. When war came to Italy everything changed: her family had to abandon their apartment and the city for the countryside, where the peasants still...


Bad Boys

by Tony Bradman

Sometimes - to survive - you have to FIGHT!

Each year, City FC - known as 'the Hawks' - take on a group of thirteen-year-olds for the first tier of their special soccer school: training sessions in the evenings...


Farthing Wood - The Adventure Begins

by Colin Dann

There had always been otters in the stream running through Farthing Wood - and that had never been a problem for the other animals before: both sets of animals were happy to leave each other alone.

But when there...


Farthing Wood Collection 3

by Colin Dann

The Siege of White Deer Park: the animals are in danger and they need to make a plan - fast! A killer beast is on the loose and the deaths are mounting up...

In the Path of the Storm: when the new leader of...


Sex, Lies, and Headlocks: The Real Story of Vince McMahon and World Wrestling Entertainment

by Shaun Assael & Mike Mooneyham

“Current fans and recovering Hulkamaniacs alike should find [Sex, Lies, and Headlocks] as gripping as the Camel Clutch.” —Maxim

Sex, Lies, and Headlocks is the ultimate behind-the-scenes look at the backstabbing,...


New Poems Book One

by Charles Bukowski

Charles Bukowski was one of America's best-known writers and one of its most influential and imitated poets. Although he published over 45 books of poetry, hundreds of his poems were kept by him and his publisher...


It Doesn't Take a Hero: The Autobiography of General Norman Schwarzkopf

by Norman Schwarzkopf

He set his star by a simple motto: duty, honor,  country. Only rarely does history grant a single  individual the ability, personal charisma, moral  force, and intelligence to command the respect,  admiration,...