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The Helper

Callum Doyle #2

by David Jackson

'I can help you, Cal. I can help you solve the murder of Cindy Mellish.'

A grisly murder in a shabby New York bookstore seems to hold a special significance for Detective Callum Doyle: the victim's been marked...


Milly-Molly-Mandy's Schooldays

by Joyce Lankester Brisley

Milly-Molly-Mandy always has fun, whether she’s in school or out playing. These stories describe how Milly-Molly-Mandy has to be on her best behaviour when Teacher comes to stay, as well as what happens when...


Where the Truth Lies

by Rosemary Ingham

At forty, Isabel has finally given up on her cheating husband. She’s a single parent with two teenage children and a tough job running a London comprehensive school. Tougher still for a woman, in 1981. Especially...


William in Trouble - TV tie-in edition

by Richmal Crompton

William has a habit of being where he shouldn't be. But the village girls' school is the last place where he's likely to be making mischief . . . isn't it?


A Face Like Glass

by Frances Hardinge

“the most enjoyable children's book of the year so far” Sunday Times

“This unusual and highly imaginative fantasy from Frances Hardinge is spellbinding: sophisticated, multi-layered and elegantly written.”...


School For Villains

by Bruno Vincent

I looked again at at the door and saw a message scrawled roughly in the mud of the wall above it, as though someone had used their whole hand to gouge it out: RIDLEY GARNET'S SCHOLE FUR VILLAINS.

Everyone's...


Journey to the Centre of My Brain

by James Carter

Sneak a peek into James Carter's brain in this brilliant collection of poems. Join the party as he takes us on a trip to space, introduces us tigers, mammoths, clouds and bugs and that?s just the start of the...


Dead Ernest

by Frances Garrood

The death of her husband after sixty years of miserable, abusive marriage, leaves Annie Bentley trying to understand her feelings. Soon afterwards, two uninvited and, at first, unwelcome visitors come into Annie’s...


The Dolls' House

by Rumer Godden

Tottie is a loving little wooden doll who lives with her family in a shoebox. The doll family are owned by two sisters, Emily and Charlotte, and are very happy, except for one thing: they long for a proper home....


The Hellion and the Highlander

by Lynsay Sands

Only one man could set her heart ablaze . . .

Lady Averill Mortagne learned to control her fierce temper as a young girl. But if her father insists on parading her before one more English lord who looks askance...


Money to Burn: A Novel of Suspense

by James Grippando

In this timely stand-alone thriller ripped from the headlines, New York Times bestselling author James Grippando, whom the Wall Street Journal calls "a writer to watch," explores a world in which the destruction...


The Thieves' Labyrinth

by James McCreet

A death on Waterloo bridge, a body in the river near Wapping, a lady robbed on Wych Street – all common enough daily incidents in early Victorian London. But when an outrageous theft is committed at the port,...


Housewife On Top

by Alison Penton Harper

‘I’ve left you a list on my desk,’ Rick said . . . The house fell silent and I wandered into the study to collect my instructions. There was only one scrawled piece of paper on the desk so there was no...


Overkill

by James Barrington

A group of disgruntled Russian supremos decide the time has come to deploy their secret nuclear arsenal, and so team up with al-Qaeda in order to neutralise America and take political and economic control of...


Low Life

by Ryan David Jahn

‘This is the first book I’ve read in two years that has caused me to sit up until the early hours to finish it, and the denouement was as satisfying as those in Earthly Powers, Presumed Innocent, The New...


The Flight

Jenny Cooper #4

by M. R. Hall

Coroner Jenny Cooper investigates . . .

A tragic accident or a terrible crime?

When Flight 189 plunges into the Severn Estuary, Coroner Jenny Cooper finds herself handling the case of a lone sailor whose boat...


The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place: Book I

by Maryrose Wood & Jon Klassen

Found running wild in the forest of Ashton Place, the Incorrigibles are no ordinary children: Alexander, age ten or thereabouts, keeps his siblings in line with gentle nips; Cassiopeia, perhaps four or five,...


Misadventure

by Richard Meier

Misadventure won the inaugural Picador Poetry Prize, and is Richard Meier’s first collection. Misadventure is a book about what we learn, and what we refuse to learn: although Meier’s poems are often deceptively...


William at War - TV tie-in edition

by Richmal Crompton

William is always ready to offer his services to his country. But why is it that his enthusiastic contribution is so seldom appreciated? William is determined to do his bit, but unfortunately no one else thinks...


Water Lily

by Susanna Jones

Runa is a young Japanese high school teacher leaving the country to avoid the scandal she has created by sleeping with one of her students. She steals her sister’s passport and boards the ferry to Shanghai....