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The Reef

by Mark Charan Newton

Has-jahn: a continent of exotic cultures, cities and long-forgotten technology. Two members of a race once thought extinct wash up on the shores near the city of Escha. In their possession is a call for help...


The Deserter

by Peter Bourne

Taking a trip up through the West Bank, Lev comes face to face with the dark, potentially dangerous atmosphere of fear and suspicion that prevails there. After witnessing the daily currency of careless humiliation...


The Shape of the Dance

by Michael Donaghy

When Michael Donaghy died in 2004 at the age of fifty, he was one of the UK’s best-known and best-loved poets; he was also a literary critic of the first rank. Donaghy’s prose is notable for the same delightfully...


William the Good - TV tie-in edition

by Richmal Crompton

'I din' take it,' William said. 'Ethel took it. She - she sort of can't help herself. I always,' he added virtuously, 'try'n put back the things she's took.'

It all started with a rare event: William Brown read...


Taking Comfort

by Roger Morris

When ROB SAUNDERS witnesses a young Japanese student commit suicide, he impulsively takes the folder she dropped as she threw herself under a tube train. He finds himself taking souvenirs from a series of tragic...


Sidereal

by Rachael Boast

Rachael Boast’s first collection is dominated by astral influence and divine chance, by unseen or remote causes; but despite its celestial title, Sidereal is full of terrestrial concerns, the traffic and chaos...


Selfish Jean

by Cate Sweeney

She wants an affair with Paul, but he is the social worker assessing them to be adoptive parents. And on top of that she thinks the social worker used to be her best friend’s old flame, but decides not to...


That Liverpool Girl

by Ruth Hamilton

NOT EVEN THE BOMBS THAT DESTROYED THEIR CITY COULD BREAK THEIR SPIRIT ...

Three generations of strong, determined women and the war that threatened to tear them apart.

In the backstreets of Liverpool, Eileen...


William the Conqueror - TV tie-in edition

by Richmal Crompton

William is always in trouble but sometimes it really isn't his fault. It was Ginger who showed him the book about Robin Hood, and it was Violet Elizabeth Bott's idea to steal from the rich and give to the poor....


The Soldier's Farewell

by Alan Monaghan

Dublin, 1921. The Irish War of Independence comes to a head, in a conflict that will pit Irishman against Irishman, brother against brother . . .

Stephen Ryan, an Irishman who fought for the British in the trenches,...


Spacemutts: The Sausage Dog of Doom!

by Michael Broad

Oscar the sausage dog is the yappiest dog in the universe, and none of the visitors to the Pooch Pound want to take him home. When the Spacemutts are called to rescue a ship full of rebel chihuahuas, they agree...


Kitchen Chinese: A Novel About Food, Family, and Finding Yourself

by Ann Mah

Isabelle Lee thinks she knows everything about Chinese cuisine. After all, during her Chinese-American childhood, she ate it every day. Isabelle may speak only "kitchen Chinese"—the familial chatter learned...


The Twinkling Tutu

by Gwyneth Rees

What could be better than a magic dress shop, where each gorgeous outfit takes you on an adventure through time and imagination . . .?!

In this second book in the series, Ava puts on a beautiful twinkling tutu...


The Third World War

by Humphrey Hawksley

The opening stages of the Third World War are more confusing and terrible than those of any war in history. Hundreds die in the Indian Parliament in Delhi. The President of Pakistan is assassinated. A US military...


Rabbit Boss

by Thomas Sanchez

The legendary, epic novel tells the story of four generations of the Washo in Nevada and Eastern California--a story of dreams, dying, the loss of power, death and apotheosis.


Conjure

by Michael Donaghy

Conjure is Michael Donaghy’s third collection, and his most accomplished to date, displaying the same trademark elegance, sleight of hand and philosophical wit that have established his reputation as a ‘poet’s...


The Life of Glass

by Jillian Cantor

Before he died, Melissa's father told her about stars. He told her that the brightest stars weren't always the most beautiful—that if people took the time to look at the smaller stars, if they looked with...


The Technician

Polity #4

by Neal Asher

The Theocracy has been dead for twenty years, and the Polity rules on Masada – but it is an order that the rebels of the Tidy Squad cannot accept, and the iconic Jeremiah Tombs is top of their hitlist.

Tombs,...


The Surprising Life of Constance Spry

by Sue Shephard

'Fascinating … to be eagerly devoured’ Clarissa Dickson-Wright

Most people today, if they have heard of her, associate Constance Spry with the cookery book bearing her name. But Connie was much, much more...


Small Wars: A Novel

by Sadie Jones

The prizewinning author of The Outcast delivers the emotionally searing story of a marriage in crisis, an unflinching look at lives irrevocably altered by one of history's "small wars."

Hal Treherne is a major...