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Trouble

by Bali Rai

GRACE and her mates hate late lunches and being last in the canteen queue. They always get stuck with the rank leftovers. But then they think of a wicked plan . . .

DEAN is always up for making some extra cash....


Seven Scarlet Tales

by Justine Elyot

A brand new sizzling collection of linked short stories by the highly acclaimed author of the ebook sensation, On Demand

They include the actress/director of a new production of Kiss Me Kate discovering the...


Just So Stories

by Rudyard Kipling

'Hear and attend and listen; for this befell and behappened and became and was'

Have you ever enquired why the elephant has such an enormously elongated nose? Are you confused by a cat's contrary nature? Have...


The Call of the Wild and White Fang

by Jack London

'Mush on!'

Buck does not read the newspapers. If he had, he'd have known that for good strong dogs like himself trouble is brewing. Man has found gold and because of that Buck is kidnapped and dragged away...


Our Songbirds

by Matt Sewell

In this beautiful follow-up to 2012's hit, Our Garden Birds, street artist Matt Sewell offers more watercolours and quirky descriptions of British songbirds.

In Matt's world, the peewit sings the blues, and the...


Anne of Avonlea

by L M Montgomery & L. M. Montgomery

You might think I'd have grown out of getting myself into scrapes now that I'm half past sixteen. But between being vexed by my freckles, taunted by a brazen Jersey cow and kept on my toes by the new twins,...


Anne of Green Gables

by L M Montgomery & L. M. Montgomery

'It's a million times nicer to be Anne of Green Gables than Anne of nowhere in particular, isn't it?'

My dislikes: Being an orphan, having red hair, being called 'carrots' by Gilbert Blythe.

My likes: Living at...


Why Spacemen Can't Burp...

by Mitchell Symons

The latest collection of terrific trivia from the bestselling author of WHY EATING BOGEYS IS GOOD FOR YOU and double Blue Peter Best Book with Facts Award winner.

The answers to these incredible questions will...


High School Reunion: A Rouge Erotic Romance

by Kimberly Dean

Roma Hanson is having a crisis: her ten-year high school reunion is fast approaching, and she's not ready. As shallow as it sounds, she wants to wow her old classmates. She's got a good job and is financially...


Easy Rider: My Life on a Bike

by Rob Hayles

The son of a wrestler turned cycling coach called Killer Kowalski, Rob Hayles was soon winning races himself and realizing that he didn't really want to work for a living. The world of amateur club cycling in...


Plan D

by Simon Urban & Katy Derbyshire

October 2011. While West Berlin enjoys all the trappings of capitalism, on the crowded, polluted, Eastern side of the Wall, the GDR is facing bankruptcy. The ailing government's only hope lies in economic talks...


The Sword and the Throne

Aulus Caecina Severus #2

by Henry Venmore-Rowland

AD 69. Aulus Caecina Severus has thrown in his lot with the hedonistic Vitellius and prepares his legions for a gruelling march over the Alps.

Driven by the desire to repay the treachery of his former patron,...


The Shopkeeper’s Daughter

by Lily Baxter

June 1944. Ginnie Travis is working in her father's furniture shop, when the continued bombing raids and her sister Shirley's untimely pregnancy force the two girls to go and stay with their aunt in Shropshire....


The Greatest Secret in the World

by Og Mandino

What is 'the greatest secret in the world'? You won't discover it, although it's spelled out for you, unless you give yourself completely to this book and let its message change your life...for the better.


Rumours: A Rouge Erotic Romance

by Alison Tyler

When Charlene Mitchell waves goodbye to the glitter of LA and moves to a small Californian beachside town, she is charmed by its close-knit community - until she makes out with a local firefighter and becomes...


Confessions of an Air Ambulance Doctor

by Tony Bleetman

Note to customers: This book is also available under the title "You Can't Park There!: The Highs and Lows of an Air Ambulance Doctor".

'People get into this work for "the juice", meaning the adrenaline rush,...


Swimming Pool Summer

by Rebecca Farnworth

Frankie hasn't had a proper relationship for years. But though she tells everyone this is how she wants it, secretly she's in love with her best friend Patrick.

Tor didn't think she could have a baby, but now...


Sleeping Keys

by Jean Sprackland

In her first collection since the Costa-winning Tilt, Jean Sprackland looks back at endings and beginnings: the end of a life, or of a marriage; old homes lived in and left, new homes discovered. There are poems...


The King's Exile

Thomas Hill Trilogy #2

by Andrew Swanston

Spring, 1648.

When Thomas Hill, a bookseller living in rural Hampshire, publishes a political pamphlet he has little idea of the trouble that will follow. He is quickly arrested, forced on a boat to Barbados...


1914: Fight the Good Fight

by Allan Mallinson

'No part of the Great War compares in interest with its opening', wrote Churchill. 'The measured, silent drawing together of gigantic forces, the uncertainty of their movements and positions, the number of unknown...