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Alpha Force: Rat-Catcher

by Chris Ryan

Target: Drug Rat

Alpha Force are an elite team of five highly-skilled individuals brought together to battle injustice. The team join a covert SAS operation in South America, fighting to catch an evil drugs baron....


Confessions of a City Girl

by Barbara Stcherbatcheff

When City Girl Barbara Stcherbatcheff first stepped into the Square Mile she had no idea of the fight for survival she would face over the next five years. But despite lap dancing clubs and million dollar losses;...


Don't Forget to Write

by Pam Hobbs

'Dad walked determinedly down the path, joined by two neighbours with five children between them. As we reached the corner of Kent Avenue, I looked back for one last wave. But Mum had buried her head in her...


Charles Bukowski

by Barry Miles

'Fear makes me a writer, fear and a lack of confidence'

Charles Bukowski chronicled the seedy underside of the city in which he spent most of his life, Los Angeles. His heroes were the panhandlers and hustlers,...


Motty

by John Motson

From Ronnie Radford to Wayne Rooney, John Motson's knowledge and passion for football are unrivalled. In Motty, he shares his story for the first time and guides us through a career which has spanned forty years...


Better Late Than Never

by Len Goodman

Better Late Than Never is the extraordinary true story of how a man born into poverty in London's East End went on to find stardom late in life when he was chosen to be head judge on BBC1's Strictly Come Dancing....


Just Like Dad Says

by Geoff Tibballs

'I won't lie to you, fatherhood isn't easy like motherhood' Homer Simpson

Fathers come in many guises - wise or silly, strict or kind. They can make you laugh and they can make you cringe. They can drive you...


Moonshot

by Dan Parry

'It didn't matter that they were now three miles beyond their target site, that communications were dropping out and that they were running low on fuel. All that mattered to Neil as he searched for a safe spot...


Monday's Child is Fair of Face

by Steve Roud

Pregnancy and childbirth remains a mystical and magical time, characterised by feelings of hope, uncertainty and worry. No matter how many scientific innovations come along, there's still room for home-grown...


Dear Mr Bigelow

by Frances Woodsford

Dear Mr Bigelow is an enchanting collection of weekly letters written between 1949 and 1961 from an unmarried woman working at the Public Baths in Bournemouth, to a wealthy American widower in New York. Frances...


Bertie Ahern Autobiography

by Bertie Ahern

Bertie Ahern, three times Irish Taoiseach, is often described as an enigma. The Old IRA man's son who delivered peace in Northern Ireland. A working class boy responsible for the Celtic Tiger. The man of faith...


Letters To My Grandchildren

by Tony Benn

As a diarist I have chronicled the time through which I have lived in meticulous detail: but all that is history. What matters now is the future for those who will live through it.

The past is the past but there...


Classic Football Debates Settled Once and For All, Vol.1

by Danny Baker & Danny Kelly

At last! The award-winning Baker & Kelly bring you the most entertaining, radical and unreliable football book ever published. The Two Dannys argue the toss, spill the beans and chew that fat about everything...


The Lost World of Communism

by Peter Molloy

1989 was a year of revolution: it marked the collapse of communism in Eastern and Central Europe and and an end to an entire way of life for millions of people behind the Iron Curtain. Beginning in Hungary,...


Fierce

by Kelly Osbourne

This no-holds-barred account of Kelly Obsourne's upbringing is as shocking as it is disarmingly funny. From stories about her father's alcoholism to pushing over portaloos on tour, Kelly unflinchingly deals...


Thanks For Nothing

by Jack Dee

In this hilariously frank account of his life, Jack Dee finally reveals what turned a once optimistic young man into this grumpy middle-aged git.It's a journey that takes him from a first gig as a ventriloquist's...


Bellies and Bullseyes

by Sid Waddell

Bellies and Bullseyes is simply the greatest account there will ever be about the sport of darts - as told by one of its most legendary characters - Sid Waddell. It mixes Sid's own personal journey from the...


Irritable Bowel Solutions

by Dr John Hunter

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a condition that is often misunderstood and misdiagnosed. Despite common perceptions, only 50% of cases are related to diet and the causes of the other 50% of cases are rarely...


How to Afford Time Off with your Baby

by Becky Goddard-Hill

A new baby brings a great deal of excitement to a household, but managing on a reduced income can be a daunting prospect. Full of top tips and creative ideas, this practical guide will help you make the right...


The Making Of The British Army

by Allan Mallinson

Edgehill, 1642: Surveying the disastrous scene in the aftermath of the first battle of the English Civil War, Oliver Cromwell realizes that war can no longer be made in the old, feudal way: there has to be system...