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It's Only a Movie

by Mark Kermode

In It's Only a Movie, the incomparable Mark Kermode takes us into the weird world of a life lived in widescreen. Join him as he gets lost in Russia on the trail of a low-budget horror flick, gasp as he's shot...


How to Have Great Sex

by Jo Hemmings

When you want to buy or rent your dream home, you go to an estate agent. When you want to learn to cook, you buy a recipe book from TV's latest celebrity chef. But who is there for you when you want to learn...


Put On By Cunning

Inspector Wexford #11

by Ruth Rendell

The eleventh book to feature the classic crime-solving detective, Chief Inspector Wexford.

Sir Manuel Camargue, Kingsmarkham's very own celebrity flautist, dies tragically on a snowy night. His death is met with...


Hollywood Hellraisers

by Robert Sellers

'I don't know what people expect when they meet me. They seem to be afraid that I'm going to piss in the potted palm and slap them on the ass.' Marlon Brando

'I should have been dead ten times over. I believe...


Books Burn Badly

by Manuel Rivas & Jonathan Dunne

On 19 August 1936 Hercules the boxer stands on the quayside at Coruña and watches Fascist soldiers piling up books and setting them alight. With this moment a young carefree group of friends are transformed...


The Transformation

by Natasha Rostova

Three friends, three lives, one location: San Francisco.

Lydia wants to transform an intellectual book store owner into the sophisticated lover of her dreams; vivacious socialite Molly meets her match in journalist...


Stepmotherhood: How to Survive Without Feeling Frustrated, Left Out, or Wicked, Revised Edition

by Cherie Burns

If you’re one of the more than 15 million stepmothers in the country, you know the particular trials—and joys—of stepfamily dynamics today. You wonder if you’re doing the right thing and, as a stepmother,...


Full Steam Ahead

by Tabitha Flyte

Sophie wants money, big money. After twelve years working as a croupier on the Carribean cruise ships, she has devised a scheme that is her ticket to Freedomsville. But she can't do it alone; she has to encourage...


Dreaming Spires

by Juliet Hastings

Young academic Catherine de la Tour is not content. Her lover James is a thousand miles away and she needs to get a grip on her work, her man and her life. When she accepts a post as artist-in residence at Cambridge...


Bruno and the Carol Singers: A Christmas Mystery of the French Countryside

by Martin Walker

Martin Walker has created a delightful, internationally acclaimed series of mysteries featuring Bruno, chief of police of the small French village of St. Denis.

 

“A gentle reminder to slow down and smell...


The Big Book of Ghost Stories

by Otto Penzler

THE BIG BOOK OF GHOST STORIES is a spirited Black Lizard anthology with over a thousand pages of haunted—and haunting—tales. 

The ghost story is perhaps the oldest of all the supernatural literary genres...


Because I am a Girl

by Deborah Moggach, Irvine Welsh, Joanne Harris & Kathy Lette et al.

Because I am a girl I am less likely to go to school

Because I am a girl I am more likely to suffer from malnutrition

Because I am a girl I am more likely to suffer violence in the home

Because I am a girl I am...


Village Teacher

by Jack Sheffield

The fourth installment of the hilarious Ragley-on-the-Forest village school series

It's 1980: recession and unemployment have hit Britain, a royal wedding is on the way, and the whole country is wondering Who...


Back From The Brink

by Marc Coleman

We're in the midst of a global economic crisis and a domestic economic disaster.

But enough of the hand-wringing. Where did this all come from, where are we now and, most importantly, what's going to happen next?...


Whispers of Love

by Rosie Harris

It is 1914, and Christabel Montgomery is happily preparing for her wedding when she receives the shattering news that her fiancé has been drowned at sea. Heartbroken, she tries to piece her life together. But...


Doctor Who: Code of the Krillitanes

by Justin Richards

"I blame those new Brainy Crisps. Since he started eating them, he's been too clever by half."

Can eating a bag of crisps really make you more clever? The company that makes the crisps says so, and they seem...


My Family and Other Strangers

by Jeremy Hardy

When Jeremy Hardy decided to explore his ancestry it was, in part, to get to the bottom of his grandmother Rebecca's dubious claims that the family descended from a certain 17th-century architect and that, more...


The Grudge

by Tom English

Murrayfield, the Calcutta Cup, March 1990. England vs. Scotland - winner-takes-all for the Five Nations Grand Slam, the biggest prize in northern hemisphere rugby. Will Carling's England are the very embodiment...


Christopher Lloyd

by Stephen Anderton

Christopher Lloyd (Christo) was one of the greatest English gardeners of the twentieth century, perhaps the finest plantsman of them all. His creation is the garden at Great Dixter in East Sussex, and it is...


How to Talk Like a Local

by Susie Dent

If you were a Londoner visiting Cornwall would you know how to recognise a grammersow?

If you were from the West Country and took a trip up to Scotland, would you be bewildered if someone described you as crabbit...