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Forbidden Fruit

by Eden Bradley

If you loved Fifty Shades of Grey . . . get ready to taste Forbidden Fruit.

 

For university professor Mia Rose Curry, it was all academic: her course in alternative sexuality was a safe, socially acceptable...


Joe Fagan: Reluctant Champion: The Authorised Biography

by Andrew Fagan

On May 30, 1984 Joe Fagan made football history. He became the first English manager to win the Treble. After just one season as coach he had led Liverpool to victory in the League Cup, the League Championship...


The Barbed-Wire University: The Real Lives of Prisoners of War in the Second World War

by Midge Gillies

Feature films have created the stereotype of the Second World War prisoner of war. He is the spruce, stiff-upper-lipped Alec Guinness in The Bridge on the River Kwai, or Steve McQueen’s cunning and opportunist...


Fifth Avenue, 5 A.M.: Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's

by Sam Wasson

Before Breakfast at Tiffany’s Audrey Hepburn was still a little-known actress with few film roles to speak of; after it – indeed, because of it - she was one of the world’s most famous fashion, style and...


Paradise And Beyond: My Autobiography

by Chris Sutton & Mark Guidi

Chris Sutton enjoyed a hugely successful career at some of Britain’s biggest clubs. One of the greatest strikers of modern times, he starred beside and played for some of the biggest names in world football...


There's Only One Sauzee: When Le God Graced Easter Road

by Ted Brack

When Alex McLeish persuaded European legend Franck Sauzée to sign for Hibernian Football Club in February 1999, it was the club’s biggest coup since the signing of George Best. Many people questioned the...


Lies, Damned Lies and Anglers: The One That Got Away and Other Fishy Tales

by Bruce Sandison

When fishing, there’s always an element of chance. And the occasional opportunity to exaggerate just a bit, especially about the one that got away. In Lies, Damned Lies & Anglers, Bruce Sandison searches for...


Law, Life and Laughter: A Personal Verdict

by Irvine Smith

Legendary Sheriff Irvine Smith QC is one of the most formidable criminal lawyers of his generation. Called to the Bar in 1953, he was involved as Counsel in some of Scotland’s biggest cases, including the...


Gordon Smith

by Tony Smith

Gordon Smith is one of football’s all-time greats. As a player, he was world-class and in a glittering career, he won almost every honour available, played the game with passion and lived life to the full....


Gangsters, Killers and Me

by Gerard Gallacher

Gerard Gallacher served as a police officer in Glasgow over three decades, from the 1980s onwards. It was the time when drugs seized hold of the city and a new set of ruthless criminals were threatening to take...


Sammy Keyes and the Wild Things

by Wendelin Van Draanen

"The most winning junior detective ever in teen lit. (Take that, Nancy Drew!)" —Midwest Children's Book Review

This is not the summer camping trip of Sammy's dreams. She imagined shady glades, meandering streams,...


Trinity Tales: Trinity College Dublin in the Seventies

by Kathy Gilfillan

These time-capsule recollections of Trinity College students in the seventies include those of U2 manager Paul McGuinness, director of the Gate Theatre Michael Colgan, novelist James Ryan, writer Robert O'Byrne,...


Elisabeth Sladen: The Autobiography

by Elisabeth Sladen & David Tennant

When Elisabeth Sladen debuted as journalist Sarah Jane Smith in 1973 Doctor Who story ‘The Time Warrior’, she had no idea that the character would become one of the most popular in the series’ history....


Chris Brasher: The Man Who Made the London Marathon

by John Bryant

One of the most remarkable – and controversial – sporting figures in British history, Chris Brasher piled unique achievement on unique achievement.

It was Chris Brasher who, along with Chris Chataway, paced...


Ashes 2011: England's Record-Breaking Series Victory

by Gideon Haigh

Most people gave England a modest chance of success. Some, like Glenn McGrath, insisted that history would repeat itself and Australia would administer another 5-0 whitewash. What no-one anticipated was that...


They Did You Can: How to achieve whatever you want in life with the help if your sporting heroes (revised edition)

by Michael Finnegan & Ian Gilbert

Mike Finnigan has been working in performance psychology since 1991 and he has also worked in the elite sports arena in golf, cricket, rugby and football. His latest success is with Darren Clarke, who recently...


Me: The Authorised Biography

by Byron Rogers

Byron Rogers’ biographies of the maverick literary figures J. L. Carr and R.S. Thomas drew dazzling critical acclaim from both fans and reviewers. His singular insight into the lives of these men was undoubtedly...


The Last Day of Term

by Francis Gilbert

It's the last day of term at the Gilda Ball Academy and time is running out: a teacher faces the sack following an anonymous allegation of child abuse... Told within a single day, The Last Day of Term interweaves...


A Brief History of Misogyny

by Jack Holland

In this compelling, powerful book, highly respected writer and commentator Jack Holland sets out to answer a daunting question: how do you explain the oppression and brutalization of half the world's population...


The Mammoth Book of One-Liners

by Geoff Tibballs

A collection of 10,000 side-splitting one-line jokes arranged in categories from bestselling humour editor Geoff Tibballs. 'Is my wife dissatisfied with my body? A small part of me says yes.'Letting the cat...