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La Basquaise

by Angel Strand

An unusual, erotic and beautifully written story set in the heady whirl of French society in the 1920s.

The lovely Oruela is determined to fit into a lifestyle of opulence among the bright young things of 1920s...


Ten Fantasies

by Abi Titmuss

TO INDULGE ...TO ENJOY ... TO SHARE

What does Abi Titmuss really fantasise about?

Who are the men - and women - that turn her on? What is she really thinking about during her most intimate moments?

For the first...


Fear of Hat Loss in Las Vegas

by Brendon Burns

In early October 2004, Brendon Burns - a delusional, god-fearing, drug addict, manic depressive and award-winning comedian - has a vision of happiness. He imagines himself sitting with two friends in a convertible...


Remembering Ronnie Barker

by Richard Webber

Ronnie Barker was one of our most respected and best-loved comedy actors and here, in this fascinating biography, Richard Webber delves deep in to the heart of Barker's life and career, peppering his narrative...


Who's Who in The Archers 2011

by Graham Harvey

Now fully updated, Who's Who in The Archers has become the indispensable companion to life in Britain's best-known village. Whether you need a quick run-down on a new character or a reminder about an on-going...


Warriors

by Ross Kemp

Ross Kemp has encountered conflict and warfare the world over, broadcasting from some of the most volatile military hot-zones. From meeting the world's deadliest gangsters, to perhaps his hardest assignment...


Forgotten Voices of the Victoria Cross

by Roderick Bailey, The Imperial War Museum & The Imperial War Museum .

'It wasn't until after he was safely back in the aircraft again that I heard that he'd actually been out on the wing to try to put the fire out ... Remember that we were flying at about 90 miles an hour at a...


Doctor Who: The Coming of the Terraphiles

by Michael Moorcock

The Terraphiles are a group obsessed with Earth's past and dedicated to re-enacting ancient sporting events. The Doctor and Amy join them on a trip to Miggea, a star on the very edge of reality, and venue for...


Hapless Heroes

by Joseph Golub

Read the stories of what really happened to the creators of some of the World's Greatest Inventions. Itâ™s not what you would expect as through the interventions of politics, vanity, dirty dealings, plagiarism,...


Must Be Love

Talyton St. George #2

by Cathy Woodman

The second novel in Cathy Woodman's hugely popular Talyton St George series.

Each book in the Talyton St George series can be read as a standalone novel, but when Cathy first had the idea of writing about a...


Lambert's Railway Miscellany

by Anthony Lambert

The world of the railways weaves a spell over many people. In this engaging book railway expert Anthony Lambert presents some of the best stories. From the early days come tales of financial skulduggery and...


Ambition

by Immodesty Blaize

Money. Fame. Love. Who says you can't have it all?

Being the daughter of a showbiz icon is a mixed blessing for Sienna Starr. Though she dreams of following in her famous mother's footsteps, she wants to get...


Brideshead Abbreviated

by John Crace

John Crace's 'Digested Read' column in the Guardian has rightly acquired a cult following. Each week fans avidly devour his latest razor-sharp literary assassination, while authors turn tremblingly to the appropriate...


The Riddle of Gender

by Deborah Rudacille

When Deborah Rudacille learned that a close friend had decided to transition from female to male, she felt compelled to understand why.

Coming at the controversial subject of transsexualism from several angles–historical,...


The Leadership Secrets of Genghis Khan

by John Man

Genghis Khan is history's greatest conqueror. As a teenager he was an outcast fleeing enemies on a mountain in northern Mongolia, an exile, a nobody. Yet it took only twenty years for Genghis to build the largest...


The Gutenberg Revolution

by John Man

In 1450, all Europe's books were handcopied and amounted to only a few thousand. By 1500 they were printed, and numbered in their millions. The invention of one man - Johann Gutenberg - had caused a revolution....


Alpha Beta

by John Man

The idea behind the alphabet - that language with all its wealth of meaning can be recorded with a few meaningless signs - is an extraordinary one. So extraordinary, in fact, that it has occurred only once in...


Voodoo Heart

by Scott Snyder

Scott Snyder’s protagonists inhabit a playfully deranged fictional world in which a Wall Street trader can find himself armed with a speargun, guarding a Dumpster outside a pawnshop in Florida; or an employee...


The Wedding Game

by Jane Feather

In this captivating romance about the inimitable Duncan sisters and their clandestine matchmaking service, a handsome new client throws youngest sister Chastity into an unexpected quandary.

 

Chastity listens...


Coast: Our Island Story

by Nicholas Crane

Along our shores, towering cliffs from the age of the dinosaurs rise beside wide estuaries teeming with wildlife, while Victorian ports share waterfronts with imposing fortifications.

And the people who have...