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Why Men Hate Going to Church

by David Murrow

“Church is boring.”

“It’s irrelevant.”

“It’s full of hypocrites.”

You’ve heard the excuses —now learn the real reasons men and boys are fleeing churches of every kind, all over the world.


Why Men Hate Going to Church

by David Murrow

“Church is boring.”

“It’s irrelevant.”

“It’s full of hypocrites.”

You’ve heard the excuses —now learn the real reasons men and boys are fleeing churches of every kind, all over the world.


50 Things Every Young Lady Should Know

by Kay West, John Bridges & Bryan Curtis

School, clubs, soccer practice, piano lessons, study groups, latte with friends, dinner with grandparents, sleepovers, birthday parties, shopping—young ladies today are always on the go, their busy lives filled...

His Steadfast Love

by Golden Keyes Parsons

It isn’t until the Civil War comes to her doorstep that Amanda Bell must choose between love and family.

It's the spring of 1861 on the Gulf Coast of Texas. Amanda never thought she would marry because of...

Lose It for Life

by Stephen Arterburn & Linda Mintle

Tired of That Old YO-YO Weight-Loss/ Weight-Gain Cycle?


“Every other diet I’ve tried ends in despair; Steve’s plan ends in hope!”

Most weight-loss plans will help you drop a few pounds, but...

Heaven is for Real Deluxe Edition

by Todd Burpo & Lynn Vincent

“A beautifully written glimpse into heaven that will encourage those who doubt and thrill those who believe.”

—Ron Hall, coauthor of Same Kind of Different as Me

“Do you remember the hospital, Colton?”...

War's Forgotten Women

by Helen D Millgate & Maureen Shaw

The Second World War widows were the 'forgotten women', largely ignored by the government and the majority of the population. The men who died in the service of their country were rightly honoured, but the widows...

Talking to a Brick Wall

by Deborah Mattinson

With a foreword by Michael Portillo. Deborah Mattinson had a unique perspective on the New Labour project. As Britain's leading political pollster, she has been monitoring public opinion since the mid-1980s,...

Campaign 2010

by Nicholas Jones

In the run-up to the general election of May 2010 it was universally acknowledged that whatever the outcome, this vote would start a fresh chapter in British political history. But no one anticipated just how...

Franco's Friends

by Peter Day

Published to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the Falangist uprising in July 2011, Franco's Friends tells the little-known true story of how MI6 orchestrated the coup that brought General Franco to power...

Which Way's Up?

by Nicholas Boles

Nicholas Boles, newly elected MP for Grantham and Stamford, is the founder and former director of the influential right-of-centre think tank, Policy Exchange. More importantly, this close friend of David Cameron...

We Ate All the Pies

by John Nicholson

In Who Ate All the Pies?, the gonzo sports journalist explores and celebrates the things we love about the whole culture of the game, tries to explain how we got to where we are now and speculates where we the...

Failing Intelligence

by Brian Jones

This is the first book on Iraq by a British intelligence official involved in the process that led to Britain taking part in the 2003 invasion. As the former head of the UK Defence Intelligence Staff’s nuclear,...

Somewhere in Blood Soaked France

by Alasdair Sutherland

From the heat and dust of the Dardanelles to the mud of the Western Front, Corporal Angus Mackay had one constant companion, his diary. He wrote of the battles and campaigns he fought in, names that would go...

The Secrets of Station X

by Michael Smith

A melting pot of Oxbridge dons, maverick oddballs and more regular citizens worked night and day at Station X, as Bletchley Park was known, to derive intelligence information from German coded messages. Bear...

Exodus Burma

by Felicity Goodall

Until a few weeks before the fall of Rangoon, the British had not dreamt the Japanese would invade Burma. So in early 1942, British soldiers trained for desert warfare fought a Japanese Army trained and equipped...

Gridlock Nation

by Kwasi Kwarteng & Jonathan Dupont

Why do we spend so much time stuck in traffic?  After Peak Oil, do we face the prospect of Peak Travel? Does climate change mean no more foreign holidays? In Victorian times, Britain used to have the finest...

America and the Imperialism of Ignorance

by Andrew Alexander

American incomprehension of the outside world has been the chief problem in international affairs since the end of World War II. In America and the Imperialism of Ignorance, veteran political journalist Andrew...

London's Curse

by Mark Beynon

Throughout the 1920s and 1930s, London was gripped by the supposed curse of Tutankhamun, whose tomb in the Luxor sands was uncovered in February 1923 by the British archaeologist Howard Carter. The site was...

Inside the Danger Zones

by Paul Moorcraft

Sometimes hilarious, sometimes tragic, Inside the Danger Zones is the story of Paul Moorcraft's work during the major wars of the last three decades. As a freelance war correspondent and military analyst for...