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Shadowed

by Rebecca Zanetti

Danger signs rise off Jase Kayrs like steam-the scars, the secrets, the strength. He's got a mission, and he's not interested in much outside of it. Except Brenna Dunne.

Brenna was an ass-kicking, name-taking...


No Love Lost

by Margery Allingham

Comprising of two short novellas, The Patient at Peacock’s Hall and Safer than Love, No Love Lost is a thrilling work of suspense.

In The Patient at Peacock’s Hall a young female doctor, struggling to save...


Dance of the Years

by Margery Allingham

Published as The Galantrys in America, Dance of the Years is one of Margery Allingham’s oft overlooked novels. Originally published in 1943, it is a fictionalised account of Allingham’s family heritage, which...


Our Only Hope: More than We Can Ask or Imagine

by Margaret B. Adam

The most popular source of theological hope for American Christians is that of Jurgen Moltmann. Preachers, teachers, and lay people reflect Moltmann's influence, with their hope in a this-worldly eschatology...


Parting Knowledge: Essays after Augustine

by James Wetzel

There are forms of knowing that seem either to come from a parting or to require one. Paradigmatically in Genesis, Adam parts from God in order to join in knowledge with his partner, the flesh of his flesh,...


Sounds Like London: 100 Years of Black Music in the Capital

by Lloyd Bradley

For as long as people have been migrating to London, so has their music. An essential link to home, music also has the power to shape communities in surprising ways.

Black music has been part of London's landscape...


Doctor Ryder and Son: A Medical Romance

Writing Children's Fiction: A Writers' and Artists' Companion

by Linda Newbery & Yvonne Coppard

Full of both inspirational and practical advice, Writing Children's Fiction: A Writers' and Artists' Companion is an essential guide to writing for some of the most difficult and demanding readers of all: children...


Dress, Law and Naked Truth: A Cultural Study of Fashion and Form

by Gary Watt

Why are civil authorities in so-called liberal democracies affronted by public nudity and the Islamic full-face 'veil'? Why is law and civil order so closely associated with robes, gowns, suits, wigs and uniforms?...


Mair Weegie WAN-Liners

by Ian Black

Mair Weegie Wan-Liners is the brand new volume of Glaswegiana by Ian Black, he of the many broken noses, of the casual insults, the slanders and the outright naked threats repeated in the houghmagandie-ridden...


Greatest Scouse One-Liners

by Ian Black

Scouse One-Liners is the latest collection showcasing the Scouse skill for straightforward insults, sly digs and outright threats, culled from pubs and clubs Liverpool-wide by Ian Black, master of the quick...


Greatest Geordie One-Liners

by Ian Black

Greatest Geordie One-Liners is the latest collection of the Geordies’ knack for the casual insults, the sly digs, and the outright naked threats, culled from pubs and clubs Newcastle-wide by Ian Black, master...


Saaf's Border War: The South African Air Force in Combat 1966-89

by Peter Baxter

South African Mirages and Cuban MiG-21s dogfighting over Cuito Cuanavale, the largest tank battle on African soil since El Alamein; Puma troopships shot out of the skies by Strela missiles and RPG-7 rockets;...


The Road to Koniggratz: Helmuth Von Moltke and the Austro-Prussian War 1866

by Quintin Barry

Before the War of 1866 the name of Helmuth Von Moltke was scarcely known outside the Prussian army. His appointment as Chief of the General Staff was in many ways surprising, and he certainly did not himself...


Young Citizen, Old Soldier: From Boyhood in Antrim to Hell on the Somme: The Journal of Rifleman James McRoberts, No.1885, 14th Battalion Royal Irish

by David Truesdale

For almost 43 years three school notebooks lay in obscurity in the County Armagh home of sixty two-year old James McRoberts. The closely filled pages recorded just over two years in his life in uniform as he...


Chicken Street: Afghanistan Before the Taliban: Clearing the Deadly Remnants of War

by John Lane

This captivating work tells of Afghanistan before the Taliban - a land of majestic mountains and arid plains, terrain contaminated by the deadly remnants of war; landmines and unexploded ordnance, silent killers...


Atrocity, Deviance, and Submarine Warfare: Norms and Practices During the World Wars

by Nachman Ben-Yehuda

In the early 20th century, the diesel-electric submarine made possible a new type of unrestricted naval warfare. Such brutal practices as targeting passenger, cargo, and hospital ships not only violated previous...


Gallow: Cold Redemption

by Nathan Hawke

I fought against your people, and I have fought for them. I have killed, and I have murdered. I betrayed my kin and crippled my king. I led countless warriors to their deaths and fought to save one worthless...


The Girl Behind The Curtain

by Stella Knightley

Sarah Thomson and Marco Donato's complicated love affair continues - their passion is a deep one but both have been badly hurt before and are wary of exposing their vulnerabilities to the other. Meanwhile, Sarah...


The First Horseman: Number 1 in Series

by D. K. Wilson

1536. In the corrupt heart of Tudor London a killer waits in the shadows...

The Real Crime

Before dawn on a misty November morning in 1536, prominent mercer Robert Packington was gunned down as he crossed Cheapside...