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Conspiracy!: 49 Reasons to Doubt, 50 Reasons to Believe

by Ian Shircore

From the "truth" behind the sinking of the Titanic to what really happened on 9/11, this look at some of the most popular conspiracy theories is a must-have for those eager to debate the "facts" of history...


Once Upon a Crime

by Jimmy Cryans

This is the true story of Jimmy Cryans. A story of growing up in Glasgow’s east end during the 1950s and 1960s and how he became involved in a life of crime. Jimmy speaks about the various characters he...


Conspiracy of Secrets

by Bobbie Neate

Tracing family histories is a popular pursuit and everyone loves the idea of discovering where they really come from. But when Bobbie Neate began to investigate her own family's past, she made some shocking...


Running Crazy

by Helen Summer

The personal stories of members of the 100 Marathon Club—ordinary people linked by the common desire to run, and run, and run

The 100 Marathon Club, also known as the Hell's Angels of Running, or Running...


Steve Miller's Slimming Secrets

by Steve Miller

Steve Miller is a hugely successful life coach, motivational speaker, presenter and author. He has a wide-ranging audience in the UK through presenting the Sky 1 and Sky Living series "Fat Families", which has...


House of Horrors

by Nigel Cawthorne

In April 2008, in the quiet Austrian town of Amstetten, a truly horrifying vision of hell was discovered by police in the cellar of a seemingly normal suburban home. Undoubtedly the worst case in Austrian criminal...


Van Hoogstraten: Blood & Retribution

by Don Jordan & Mike Walsh

Nicholas van Hoogstraten is a millionaire businessman whose ruthless exploits mean that his name is rarely out of the headlines. Most recently, and most shockingly, he has been found guilty of the manslaughter...


Helen's Story

by Rosemary Fox

Having a happy, healthy child is what every expectant parent hopes and prays for. Imagine the devastation if your child is born healthy, and through medical misinformation, is transformed into a child that suffers...


The Detox Mono Diet: The Miracle Grape Cure and Other Cleansing Diets

Big Low Tide

by Candy Neubert

In Candy Neubert’s novel ‘Big Low Tide’ set on a small island in the Channel, Brenda, a feisty barmaid at the local pub suddenly finds herself raising her two young boys alone as her estranged husband,...


Jack the Ripper: The Hand of a Woman

by John Morris

The Jack the Ripper murders of 1888 continue to exert a macabre hold on the collective imagination of the masses more than a century later, and this book, the result of extensive research, sheds some light on...


To Hull and Back: On Holiday in Unsung Britain

by Tom Chesshyre

A first-hand look into Britain's unlikely travel destinations In a mad adventure that took him from Hull to Hell, Tom Chesshyre visited secret spots of Britain in search of the least likely holiday destinations....


Murders of the Black Museum: The Dark Secrets Behind a Hundred Years of the Most Notorious Crimes in Britain

by Gordon Honeycombe

New Scotland Yard, the headquarters of London's Metropolitan Police, houses the notorious Black Museum, a unique collection of exhibits, photographs, and other items connected with some of the most famous crimes...


The Barack Obama Miscellany

by Mark Hanks

Did you know, for example, that his first job was scooping ice-cream at Baskin-Robbins? Or that his favorite book is Moby Dick? Maybe you want to find out where he took Michelle on their first date, or the facts...


Oil and Water

by Robert Chafe & Chris Brookes

The incredible true story of Lanier Phillips, the sole survivor of the wreck of the USS Truxton and the first black man to be seen by the residents of St. Lawrence, Newfoundland.


Red Rising: The Washington Capitals Story

by Ted Starkey

From the depths of the National Hockey League basement in 2003, to the league’s most recognizable, successful, and offensively potent team just seven years later, this book chronicles the rebranding and reemergence...


My First Guitar: Tales of True Love and Lost Chords from 70 Legendary Musicians

by Julia Crowe & Andy Summers

Whether it is a beautiful and classic model or an unglamorous and inexpensive starter instrument, a musician’s first guitar can be the catalyst that motivates a lifelong passion. The pages of this book contain...


A Different Inequality: The Politics of Debate about Remote Aboriginal Australia

by Diane Austin-Broos & Professor Fred Myers

An exploration of why both the right and left of politics have so failed remote Aboriginal Australians and why until policymakers and researchers take into account both cultural difference and inequality, we...


Kokoda Wallaby: Stan Bisset: The Rugby International Who Became a Kokoda Hero

by Andrew James

The first full biography of the rugby legend and World War II hero.


Beyond White Guilt: The Real Challenge for Black-White Relations in Australia

by Sarah Maddison

A deeply provocative call for white Australians to take personal responsibility for the ongoing impact of colonisation on Aboriginal Australians. Sarah Maddison's bold and original take on the running sore of...