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Taking My Life

by Jane Rule & Linda Morra

This delightful memoir by Jane Rule showcases the origins and contexts that gave shape to her rich intellectual life.


There's Only One Dixie Deans: The Autobiography

by Ken McNab & Dixie Deans

Dixie Deans is a true Celtic legend. Between 1971 and 1976, he scored 132 goals in 184 games and was part of the great Celtic team that swept to nine consecutive Scottish league titles and dominated a golden...


Two Feet, Four Paws: Walking the Coastline of Britain

by Spud Talbot-Ponsonby

The heart-warming tale of one dog and her owner, who face daily physical and mental challenges with a sense of humor and determination as the walk the entire coastline of Britain

 

Take one headstrong dog and...


From the Camargue to the Alps: A Walk Across France in Hannibal's Footsteps

by Bernard Levin

With passion and wit, Bernard Levin describes his travels on foot through the beautiful countryside of south-eastern France. He follows in the mighty footsteps of the great Carthaginian enemy of Rome, Hannibal,...


From Paella to Porridge: A Farewell to Mallorca and a Scottish Adventure

by Peter Kerr

The Kerr family say goodbye to their orange farm in Mallorca, and put it up for sale after three years of hard work. The Mallorcan experience comes to an end with a farewell fiesta for neighbours and friends,...


Chasing Dean: Surfing America's Hurricane States

by Tom Anderson

Exhilarating and funny, this memoir of a quest for the perfect wave includes a fascinating outsiders' view of America, as well as an account of a rich friendship Two childhood friends from small-town Wales...


Donkeys on My Doorstep: Hoofing It in the Mallorcan Hills

by Anna Nicholas

Brimming with humorous and lovable characters, this memoir, Nicholas's fourth, is a charming take on the simple and rewarding life of rural Mallorca The dream is near completion. Anna is loosening the reins...


Twentieth-Century Spies

by Neil Root

The deadly world of high-level espionage is on full display in this heart-pumping exposé on the world's most glamorous and dangerous jobs

 

A unique investigation of the most important cases of the twentieth...


Meeting MR Kim: Or How I Went to Korea and Learned to Love Kimchi

by Jennifer Barclay

The world knows more about secret North Korea than the free society of the South. As a peace summit heralded a new era for a country divided for 50 years, Jennifer Barclay searched for the spirit of South Korea,...


Goats from a Small Island: Grabbing Mallorcan Life by the Horns

by Anna Nicholas

Witty, pithy, and brimming with memorable characters, Anna's third book about working between two places is a delightful tribute to Mallorca's rich and varied way of life Life is never simple for PR consultant...


Cat on a Hot Tiled Roof: Mayhem in Mayfair and Mallorca

by Anna Nicholas

Having moved with her family to rural Mallorca to escape the stresses of London life, PR consultant Anna Nicholas continues to commute back to her glitzy Mayfair agency to earn a crust. Meanwhile she is harboring...


An Unlikely Hero: George Scott Robertson

by Dorothy Anderson

Beginning his career as a British Surgeon Major in Afghanistan, George Scott Robertson found himself defending Chitral Fort in 1895 against a besieging force of thousands of tribesmen. He was celebrated as a...


King Rufus: The Life and Mysterious Death of William II of England

by Emma Mason

This major biography tells of England's most irreligious king, famously killed accidentally whilst hunting in the New Forest. Or was he? The future William II was born in the late 1050s the third son of William...


Oscar Slater: The Immortal Case of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

by Thomas Toughill

In 1909, Oscar Slater, a German Jew was convicted and sentenced to death for the brutal murder of Marion Gilchrist, an elderly Glaswegian spinster. His trial is now known to have been one of the most scandalous...


Suburban Boy: Growing Up In South-East London in the 1930s

by Adrian Bristow

This is the story of a bygone era, describing the childhood of a boy who grew up in south-east London in the 1930s. Adrian Bristow came not from a working- or upper class background, but from that great unsung...


The Real Mrs Beeton: The Story of Eliza Acton

by Sheila Hardy

Eliza Acton is the forgotten hero of our culinary past. A debt of gratitude to her is what Delia Smith, Elizabeth David and Mrs Beeton have in common. She was the original and best; the first cook to write recipes...


Only Child: Writers on the Singular Joys and Solitary Sorrows of Growing Up Solo

by Deborah Siegel & Daphne Uviller

Only children don’t have to share bedrooms, toys, or the backseat of a car. They don’t have to share allowances, inheritances, or their parents’ attention. But when they get into trouble, they can’t...


Tom Wright for Everyone: Putting the theology of N.T. Wright into practice in the local church

by Stephen Kuhrt

Tom Wright for Everyone addresses the reticence of many evangelicals to engage with what Tom Wright has been saying for some time. The book looks at key theological questions awaiting an answer and gives an...


Memories of Life in Lhasa Under Chinese Rule

by Tubten Khetsun & Matthew Akester

Born in 1941, Tubten Khétsun is a nephew of the Gyatso Tashi Khendrung, one of the senior government officials taken prisoner after the Tibetan peoples' uprising of March 10, 1959. Khétsun himself was arrested...


The Journal of Jules Renard

by Jules Renard

Spanning from 1887 to a month before his death in 1910, The Journal of Jules Renard is a unique autobiographical masterpiece that, though celebrated abroad and cited as a principle influence by writers as varying...