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Fairy Gold

by Gwyneth Rees

Lucy can’t believe her eyes when she wakes in the night to find Goldie and Bonnie – two tooth fairies – on her pillow. The fairies tell Lucy that their job is to collect children’s teeth, replace them...


The Bird Room: A Novel

by Chris Killen

Painfully average and introverted Will finally has a bird. Her name is Alice. She's smart, sexy, and much to Will's surprise, she is in love with him. But the course of love never did run smooth, and soon devotion—and...


Heroes

by Valerio Massimo Manfredi

A castaway tossed onto a deserted beach is the last survivor of a world that no longer exists. He has a terrible, fascinating story to tell - the true reason for which the Trojan War was fought ...

The protagonist...


The Stolen (PB)

by Alex Shearer

'A cracking plot.... a thrilling unexpected twist' Sunday Telegraph

Life's a game - and someone's cheating....

Meredith is a new girl at school. An orphan, living with her elderly granny. She must be lonely...


The Oracle

by Valerio Massimo Manfredi

Greece at the time of the Colonels, 1973 - An archaeologist discovers a gold Mycenaean vase embellished with images of the last voyage of Ulysses. But his mysterious death and the vase's disappearance remain...


A Name of Her Own

by Jane Kirkpatrick

Based on the life of Marie Dorion, the first mother to cross the Rocky Mountains and remain in the Northwest, A Name of Her Own is the fictionalized adventure account of a real woman’s fight to settle in a...


Twisted Metal

Penrose #1

by Tony Ballantyne

On a world of intelligent robots who seem to have forgotten their own distant past, it is a time of war as the soldiers of Artemis City set out to conquer everything within range on the continent of Shull, killing...


Wicked, Sinful Nights

by Julia Latham

If he wins all he's ever wanted . . .

Reckless Sir Robert Hilliard has one last chance to remain a member of the League of the Blade, the daring fraternity of elite knights that secretly raised him. A Bladesman...


Richard

by Ben Myers

In February 1995, Richey Edwards checked out of a London hotel instead of flying to the US with the rest of the Manic Street Preachers. There were a few subsequent sightings but then nothing. His body was never...


Sweet

by Julie Burchill

‘Some people tread water all their lives. Not me – I’m gonna make a big splash.'

Maria Sweet, aka Sugar, is back. Her husband's done a runner taking their daughter with him, but at least she has a plan:...


A Second Helping: A Blessings Novel

by Beverly Jenkins

With the millions she received after divorcing her faithless tycoon husband, Bernadine Brown saved the historic town of Henry Adams, Kansas, from financial ruin and found loving homes for five needy children....


Empire of Dragons

by Valerio Massimo Manfredi

Southern Anatolia, 260 AD

The town of Edessa, a Roman outpost, is on its last legs, besieged by the Persian troops of Shapur I. Roman Emperor Licinius Valerianus agrees to meet his adversary to draw up a peace...


Puppy Love

by Anna Wilson

In my life I have wished a million thousand times for a puppy, so was officially over the moon when i finally obtained Parental Consent to get Honey - the most absolutely softest and velvetest Golden Labrador...


The Eagle and the Dove

by Jane Feather

An Imperious Captor

Heading a thundering cavalcade of richly dressed Moorish soldiers, Lord Hassan commands attention with just one glance from his deep black eyes. And with one look, he knew that he had to...


The Road to the Sea

by Ciara Hegarty

It is the late 1940s in rural Ireland, and Kathleen Steele has been prematurely thrust into adulthood by the death of her twin sister, Nuala. Debilitated by grief, their mother has descended into a state of...


Kitten Kaboodle

by Anna Wilson

Ten-year-old Bertie Fletcher has only ever wanted one thing - a pet - but her grumpy dad won't allow her so much as a goldfish. So, to score herself plenty of animal time, she sets us a secret pet-sitting service....


Grain

by John Glenday

Though John Glenday has long been admired for his lyrically delicate and emotionally powerful poetry, he has remained something of a well-kept secret. His third collection, Grain, makes his singular talent available...


Wild Oats

by Michael Edwards

The Waterfords and the Oxfords are two fairly ordinary families, with one significant exception: they are the inventions of a depressed writer who now seems unable to control them: ‘I’m quite happy to rattle...


Furniture

by Lorraine Mariner

Lorraine Mariner has long been one of the less well-guarded secrets in UK poetry, and her many admirers will be delighted by the appearance of her first full-length collection. Sometimes reading like an unholy...


A Blind Man's War

by David Fiddimore

Charlie Bassett thought he was done with a military life, but a soldier is always a soldier, and now he must fight one last battle.

A ticking bomb; a band of notorious terrorists; and a price on his head: Charlie...