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Murder in a Cathedral: A Robert Amiss/Baroness Jack Troutbeck Mystery

by Ruth Dudley Edwards

For many years Westonbury Cathedral has been dominated by a clique of High Church gays, so when Norman Cooper, an austere, intolerant, happy-clappy evangelist, is appointed dean, there is shock, outrage and...


Matricide at St. Martha's: A Robert Amiss/Baroness Jack Troutbeck Mystery

by Ruth Dudley Edwards

St. Martha's College, Cambridge, had been staggering along on a shoestring for decades. Then alumna Alice Toon leaves her old school a huge fortune. The dons immediately fall to fighting over the spoils. The...


The English School of Murder: A Robert Amiss Mystery

by Ruth Dudley Edwards

Can anyone British teach English as a foreign language? It's murder...."Adroit, inspiring, and written with a rare lightness of touch,"--The London Times Literary Supplement "Believable plotting, a memorable...


Clubbed to Death: A Robert Amiss Mystery

by Ruth Dudley Edwards

Robert Amiss is persuaded by his friend Detective Sergeant Pooley of the CID to take a job as a waiter in ffeatherstonehaugh's (pronounced Fanshaw's), a gentlemen's club in St James', London. The club secretary...


The Anglo-Irish Murders: A Robert Amiss/Baroness Jack Troutbeck Mystery

by Ruth Dudley Edwards

Foolishly, the British and Irish governments have chosen the tactless and impatient Baroness Troutbeck to chair a conference on Anglo-Irish cultural sensitivities. She instantly press-gangs Robert Amiss, her...


A Dangerous Christmas

by Hedley Griffin

Harey and his friends have a dangerous Christmas when he tries to climb on the furniture to place a fairy on top of the tree, gets an electrical shock playing with the fairy lights, sets fire to the Christmas...


Weeds and Wild Flowers

by Alice Oswald & Jessica Greenman

Weeds and Wild Flowers is a magical meeting of the poems of Alice Oswald and the etchings of Jessica Greenman. Within its pages everyday flora take on an extraordinary life, jostling tragically at times, at...


Morlock Night

by Kw Jeter

JUST WHAT HAPPENED WHEN THE TIME MACHINE RETURNED?

Having acquired a device for themselves, the brutish Morlocks return from the desolate far future to Victorian England to cause mayhem and disruption. But...


Infernal Devices

by Kw Jeter

WHEN GEORGE’S FATHER DIED, HE LEFT GEORGE HIS WATCHMAKER SHOP – AND MORE.

But George has little talent for watches and other infernal devices. When someone tries to steal an old device from the premises,...


Camera Obscura

The Bookman Histories #2

by Lavie Tidhar

CAN'T FIND A RATIONAL EXPLANATION TO A MYSTERY? CALL IN THE QUIET COUNCIL. The mysterious and glamorous Lady De Winter is one of their most valuable agents. A despicable murder inside a locked and bolted room...


Embedded

by Dan Abnett

HE'D DO ANYTHING TO GET A STORY. When journalist Lex Falk gets himself chipped into the brain of a combat soldier, he thinks he has the ultimate scoop - a report from the forbidden front line of a distant planetary...


The Secret Life of Poems

by Tom Paulin

The Secret Life of Poems is a primer which offers a poem - or on occasion an excerpt - succeeding with commentary in which rhythm, form, metre and sources are the order of the day, not ethical commentary or...


A Pilgrim in Spain

by Christopher Howse

Christopher Howse has spent more than two decades exploring Spain. For him, its centuries-old cathedrals, monasteries and shrines demand pilgrimage more than tourism.

In a journey across the Castilian interior...


The Stones of the Moon

by Judy Allen

It is mid-July, the time of year governed by Cancer - the moon's sign. David's archaeologist father is excavating a Roman mosaic found in Yorkshire. David becomes fascinated by an ancient stone circle on a nearby...


Girlfriends: Boys Are Back

by Jean Ure

They're the GIRLFRIENDS - Polly, Keri, Frizz and Lily. They're totally INSEPARABLE, but totally INDIVIDUAL too! A brand-new story in this brilliant series: unmissable books for girls! Polly and Rees have split...


Girlfriends: Boys Behaving Badly

by Jean Ure

They're the GIRLFRIENDS - Polly, Keri, Frizz and Lily. They're totally INSEPARABLE, but totally INDIVIDUAL too! A brand-new story in this brilliant series: unmissable books for girls! Polly's getting tired of...


Girlfriends: Boys Will Be Boys

by Jean Ure

Polly is really looking forward to a trip to the seaside with her best friends and their boyfriends. It'll be brilliant, all eight of them together! But then Polly's plans start to fall apart as, one by one,...


Girlfriends: Boys R Us

by Jean Ure

The Gang of Four are growing up. It seems to Polly that they spend most of their spare time with their boyfriends, and even when they are together, all they do is talk about boys. Polly's not sure whether boys...


Girlfriends: Girls Are Groovy

by Jean Ure

Meet the girlfriends! Polly, Keri, Frizz and Lily. They're the Gang of Four, and they're going to stick together for ever and ever! But, why then does Keri keep inviting her new school friend, Jemima, to their...


Girlfriends: Boys Are OK

by Jean Ure

Meet the girlfriends! Polly, Keri, Frizz and Lily. They're the Gang of Four, and they're going to stick together for ever and ever! When Polly gets back from summer camp it seems that all her friends have grown...