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Spanish Fly

by Neil Rollinson

Continuing where he left off with A Spillage of Mercury, Neil Rollinson's eagerly awaited new collection delves again into the dark, moist, unexpected bag of human experience. Taking the themes of love, sex,...


You Can't Bring That In Here!

by Pat Thomson

There's something for everyone in this collection of funny short stories. It's packed full of talking pigs, UFOs, gorillas, witches, mischievous house elves, flying postmen and lots more! Find out how Bozo the...


Tears of a Clown: Glenn Beck and the Tea Bagging of America

by Dana Milbank

Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank takes a fair and balanced look at the unsettling rise of the silly Fox News host Glenn Beck.

Thomas Jefferson famously wrote that “the tree of Liberty must be refreshed...


Tongues Of Flame

by Tim Parks

The gift of tongues, prophecy exorcism. . . what might such concepts mean in a complacent backwater of North London? For Richard Bowen, adolescence becomes a nightmare when his parents join the charismatic movement...


Robomum

by Emily Smith

James's mum is a real computer whizz. She designs computers that can launch space missions. But she's not quite so good at ordinary, boring mum stuff! James is forever turning up at school without his dinner...


Rick Stein's Spain

by Rick Stein

'I've wanted to make a series in Spain for a long time. I love Spanish food, I've been going there since I was a young boy - but until quite recently I don't think people really took the food seriously. Thanks...


Tom Aikens: Easy

by Tom Aikens

Tom Aikens is undoubtedly one of the UK's most talented chefs. His first restaurant, Tom Aikens, has received huge critical acclaim and was awarded a Michelin star a year after opening, sealing Tom's reputation...


Disciples Of Shame

by Stephanie Calvin

Inspired by her grandfather's memoirs, the young and beautiful Amelia decides to begin an erotic adventure of her own. Soon all around her are drawn in to her schemes, acting out her darkest fantasies - from...


The Christmas Stories

by Charles Dickens & Peter Ackroyd

After the success of A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens' name became so synonymous with Christmas that on hearing of his death in 1870 a young girl in London asked, "Mr. Dickens dead? Then will Father Christmas...


Big Pants, Burpy and Bumface

by Russell Ash

What's your name? Is it Chloe? Jessica? Jack, Sam? Is it Emily? Rebecca? Matthew, Dan?

...Or is it Fart Bear?

Noah Zark?

Piggy Banks?

Be grateful for your ordinary name - this funny, fascinating book is full of...


Stockwin's Maritime Miscellany

by Julian Stockwin

Lt Cdr Julian Stockwin shares his love and knowledge of the sea in this entertaining collection of maritime stories and little-known trivia. Featuring nautical facts and feats, including superstitions at sea,...


The Mystery of Edwin Drood

by Charles Dickens & Peter Ackroyd

Charles Dickens's final, unfinished novel has inspired generations of speculation ...

Choirmaster John Jasper is a man of deep hypocrisy. His public reputation is flawless yet privately he leads an immoral life,...


The Modern Pantry

by Anna Hansen

The Modern Pantry restaurant serves some of the most exciting food in London. Anna Hansen's flavour combinations are wholly original; her dishes combine the best of seasonal western ingredients with the freshness...


Professor Andersen's Night

by Dag Solstad & Agnes Scott Langeland

It is Christmas Eve, and 55-year-old Professor Pål Andersen is alone, drinking coffee and cognac in his living room. Lost in thought, he looks out of the window and sees a man strangle a woman in the apartment...


Three Armies on the Somme: The First Battle of the Twentieth Century

by William Philpott

For decades, the Battle of the Somme has exemplified the horrors and futility of trench warfare. Yet in Three Armies on the Somme, William Philpott makes a convincing argument that the battle ultimately gave...


Runelight

by Joanne Harris

The squabbling Norse gods and goddesses of Runemarks are back! And there's a feisty new heroine on the scene: Maggie, a girl the same age as Maddy but brought up a world apart - literally, in World's End, the...


It's a Wonderful Word

by Albert Jack

Did you know that an assassin is a hashish-eater and a yokel a country woodpecker?

That Dr Mesmer mesmerised patients back to health or that Samuel Pepys enjoyed a good game of handicap?

While we're at it, what...


Seven Ways to Kill a Cat

by Matias Néspolo & Frank Wynne

'There's seven ways to kill a cat. But when it comes down to it, there's only two ways. In a civilised fashion or like a fucking savage'.

In Buenos Aires, the economy has collapsed and people are protesting on...


Dear Fatty

by Dawn French

Dawn French is one of the greatest comedy actresses of our time, with a career that has spanned nearly three decades. Loved for her irreverant humour, Dawn has achieved massive mainstream success while continuing...


Emma and I

by Sheila Hocken

As a girl, Sheila never let her gradual descent into blindness prevent her from trying to do everything a sighted person could do. Then at 17, unable to see to find her way around the house she grew up in, she...