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The White

by Deborah Larsen

In 1758, when Mary Jemison is about sixteen, a Shawnee raiding party captures her Irish family near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Mary is the only one not killed and scalped. She is instead given to two Seneca sisters...


Rubbish Town Hero

by Nicola Davies

Chipo and his little sister Gentle live on Papa Fudu's dumpsite in Rubbish Town, searching for valuable things amongst the rubbish to try to stay alive. Life isn't easy - luckily, Chipo has spirit, courage and...


The King Is Dead

by Jim Lewis

Returning a hero from the battlefields of World War II, Walter Selby settles into a charmed domestic life in Memphis. But in a few brief moments, Walter sees his life and his world fracture and split apart,...


Sherlock: The Hound of the Baskervilles

by Arthur Conan Doyle

The hit BBC series Sherlock offers a fresh, contemporary take on the original Sir Arthur Conan Doyle stories, and has helped introduce a whole new generation of fans to the legendary detective.

In this TV tie-in...


Sherlock: Sign of Four

by Arthur Conan Doyle

The hit BBC series Sherlock, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, offers a fresh, contemporary take on the original Sir Arthur Conan Doyle stories, and has helped introduce a whole new generation of fans to the legendary...


Sherlock: The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes

by Arthur Conan Doyle

The hit BBC series Sherlock, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, offers a fresh, contemporary take on the original Sir Arthur Conan Doyle stories, and has helped introduce a whole new generation of fans to the legendary...


My Scorching Summer Diary

by Liz Rettig

Seventeen-year-old Kelly Ann leaves behind her boyfriend, family and friends in Glasgow to live and work in a London hotel for the summer. But losing her luggage and fending off tube gropers on her first day...


Dave Gorman's Googlewhack Adventure

by Dave Gorman

If someone called you a 'googlewhack' what would you do? Would you end up playing table tennis with a nine year-old boy in Boston? Would you find yourself in Los Angeles wrangling snakes, or would you go to...


Writing Game

by David Lodge

David Lodge's first full-length play examines that curious fixture in the writing game where the amateurs meet the professionals - on a course in creative writing. Maude, author of nine bestsellers, and Simon,...


The Rope Eater

by Ben Jones

When Brendan Kane accepts a stranger’s offer of work--two years on a ship departing the following morning--the nature of the journey isn't divulged. It matters not, though, for Kane is directionless himself,...


Doctor Who: Blue Box

Past Doctor Adventures #59

by Kate Orman

The 1980s: as we enter the Age of the Personal Computer, the newborn 'Internet' spreads across America, and the computer invasion enters our homes. Across the technological frontier, an incredible war begins...


True Blue

Hubbard's Point #1

by Luanne Rice

The story of two sisters and the boy next door...

The acclaimed author of Firefly Beach and other New York Times bestsellers, Luanne Rice explores the powerful bonds that connect old friends, and the joy of life’s...


Jamesland

by Michelle Huneven

Jamesland, the buoyant second novel by Michelle Huneven, critically acclaimed author of Round Rock, is a witty, sophisticated, and deeply humane comedy of unlikely redemption.

When thirty-three-year-old Alice...


The Peculiar Triumph Of Professor Branestawm

by Hunter & Norman Hunter

He's madly sane and cleverly dotty. He's the craziest genius you'll ever meet and he's about to cause havoc in Pagwell with his wild inventions . . . The lovable Professor Branestawm, with his five pairs of...


Sandra's New School

by Yolanda Celbridge

Nude sunbathing and spanking with a submissive girlfriend lead hedonistic Sandra Shanks to the rigors of Quirke's School, where adult schoolgirls are taught old-fashioned submission, in the stern modesty of...


Madam Lydia

by Philippa Masters

Victorian London. Lydia, now a fully-fledged working girl, is in great demand, both at the Silken Web bordello and for lucrative 'private engagements.' She also finds herself becoming a mentor to her alluring...


Julie At The Reformatory

by Angela Elgar

Bondage, discipline and corporal punishment are the key to reforming the character of wayward girls, according to the writings of the fanatical Order of the Righteous Sisters on which Roughton Hall - a remote...


Snakepit: A Novel

by Moses Isegawa

Praised on both sides of the Atlantic as well as in the author’s native Uganda, Moses Isegawa’s first novel Abyssinian Chronicles was a “big, transcendently ambitious book” (Boston Globe) that “blasts...


Complete Poems

by Cecil Day-Lewis

Together with Auden, Spender and MacNeice, C. Day Lewis was one of the leading young poets who in the 1930s broke away from the poetic establishment of those days. Day Lewis started writing poetry very young...


The Morning Tide

by Audrey Howard

Liverpool, 1921. It was the year lively Kate Fowler rebelled against working in her hated father's chip shop and, with her gentle sister Jenny, left his brutal house forever. For this was the Jazz Age - and...