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Doctor Who - Bunker Soldiers

Past Doctor Adventures #39

by Martin Day

A First Doctor, Steven and Dodo novel A fireball erupts in the forests of the Ukraine, and when the locals investigate, they find what appears to be a metal coffin at the centre of the devastation. They superstitiously...


Far from the Madding Crowd

by Thomas Hardy

Bathsheba Everdene arrives in the small village of Weatherbury and captures the heart of three very different men; Gabriel Oak, a quiet shepherd, the proud, obdurate Farmer Boldwood and dashing, unscrupulous...


The Abortionist's Daughter

by Elisabeth Hyde

Two weeks before Christmas, Diana Duprey, an outspoken abortion doctor, is found dead in her swimming pool. A national figure, Diana inspired passion and ignited tempers, but never more so than the day of her...


Valentine

V #5

by Jane Feather

From beguiling New York Times bestselling author Jane Feather comes this classic tale brimming with intrigue and passion.

 

A quirk of fate has made Sylvester Gilbraith the heir of his sworn enemy, the earl...


So Long At The Fair

by Jess Foley

Growing up in a small Wiltshire village, Abbie Morris knows what lies ahead of her - a life of drudgery as a menial servant, like that of her sisters. But everything changes when Abbie is twelve and their emotional,...


Too Close To The Sun

by Jess Foley

When Grace Harper is orphaned, her world falls apart. Life has always been hard, and now she and her little brother Billy are left homeless and alone. But Grace must put her grief and fear aside, and think practically....


Resistance

by Craig Simpson

Norway, September 1943

For brothers Marek and Olaf, a hunting trip out on the frozen Hardanger plateau offers a brief chance to escape the German occupation. But returning home they witness the horror of their...


The Tent, the Bucket and Me

by Emma Kennedy

Emma Kennedy's hilarious memoir of wet and windy family trips, NOW ADAPTED FOR THE MAJOR BBC ONE SERIES THE KENNEDYS.

For the 70s child, summer holidays didn't mean the joy of CentreParcs or the sophistication...


Midnight Girls

by Lulu Taylor

The new, glitzy, page-turning novel from Arrow's irresistible book-a-year blockbuster author, Lulu Taylor.

From the prestigious dormitories of Westfield to the irresistible socialite scene of present-day London:...


Heiresses

by Lulu Taylor

From the extravagant escapades of London's high society to the opulent elegance of the rural upper crust, this is an epic tale of wealth, greed and passion that catapults you straight into that ravishingly glamorous...


The Pathfinder

by Margaret Mayhew

BERLIN 1948: - A vanquished city of rubble - sliced into sections by the Allies, and set well back behind the Russian lines. A city of old women, black marketeers and sleazy cabarets in ruined cellars.

In the...


No Place For A Man

by Judy Astley

Jess has just waved goodbye to her darling son, off backpacking to Oz. She's left with two teenage daughters and husband Matt - all of whom find themselves regularly featured in her popular and lighthearted...


Every Good Girl

by Judy Astley

After twenty years of marriage, Nina had offloaded serial philanderer Joe and was happy enough, thank you, coping alone with their two demanding daughters and her own hectic life. It felt like freedom, not having...


The Tarot Reader's Daughter

by Helen Dunwoodie

Rosa is surprised to discover tarot cards hidden in the wardrobe of her down-to-earth mum. Inextricably drawn to the cards, Rosa is rather shocked to find that she has a talent for using them - but even more...


Cannibals

by Dan Collins

Unique and highly erotic, Cannibals is a novel of eighty-eight bulletins that reveal the fractured essence of our age. Characters wallow in bad jokes and bad sex, and trade happiness and pain as we enter their...


Whittington

by Alan Armstrong

The power of reading is beautifully captured in this 2006 Newbery Honor-winning book.

Bernie keeps a barn full of animals the rest of the world has no use for–two retired trotters, a rooster, some banty hens,...


Weird Planet #4: Attack of the Evil Elvises

by Dan Greenburg & Macky Pamintuan

After thier spaceship is taken by the Great Ones, Ploo, Klatu, and Lek return to Las Vegas. There they discover an infestation of Elvis

impersonators, in town for a convention. Klatu, Lek, and Ploo are sure the...


The Voyages Of Alfred Wallis

by Peter Everett

Alfred Wallis was born in 1855 and died in a workhouse in Cornwall in 1942. A fisherman, sailing from Newlyn, Mousehole and St Ives, he began to paint in the 1920s - strange, brilliant pictures of ships and...


Bellocq's Women

by Peter Everett

In 1912, in Storyville, the notorious red-light district of New Orleans, a photographer named E. J. Bellocq took a series of photographs of the women who worked in the brothels. Rediscovered in the 1950s, Bellocq's...


Football Fever

by Tony Bradman

Tenn Top-Scoring Soccer Stories

Take a grandstand seat for some great soccer action:

- a barefoot boy who beats the odds and amazes everyone with his stunning skills;

- a goalie called Titch, who proves height...