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The Lemon Juice Diet

by Theresa Cheung

Lemon juice is the new cabbage soup of the diet world and a major Hollywood fad; the media is full of stories of stars losing weight on diets in which lemon juice is a key feature. The Lemon Juice Diet is a...


Carra: My Autobiography

by Jamie Carragher

For the Anfield faithful, Jamie Carragher represents everything that is great about Liverpool Football Club, prompting the Kop to sing 'we all dream of a team of Carraghers'. The club's vice-captain, longest-serving...


The Importance of Being Trivial

by Mark Mason

If you're intrigued by the fact that Jack the Ripper was left-handed, or that Heinz ketchup flows at 0.7 miles per day - and, more importantly, intrigued by why you're intrigued - then this book is required...


The Clayton Account

by Bill Vidal

Thomas Clayton is a City trader working the markets in London's Square Mile and living, financially, on borrowed time. But when he returns home to New York for his father's funeral to discover he has been left...


Doctor Who: The Nightmare of Black Island

Doctor Who: New Series Adventures #10

by Mike Tucker

On a lonely stretch of Welsh coastline a fisherman is killed by a hideous creature from beneath the waves. When the Doctor and Rose arrive, they discover a village where the children are plagued by nightmares,...


Doctor Who: The Price of Paradise

Doctor Who: New Series Adventures #12

by Colin Brake

Laylora, the Paradise Planet. A world of breath-taking beauty, where peace-loving aboriginals live in harmony with their environment. Or do they? The Doctor and Rose arrive to find that the once-perfect eco-system...


Sheepwrecked

by Jackie Moffat

This journey through the changing seasons at Rowfoot Farm - tupping time in the autumn, winters as wet, bleak and cold here in Cumbria as elsewhere, lambing and the glories of spring, a bucolic, bee-filled Eden...


Jack Sweettooth

by Malorie Blackman

Jackson Winstanley Sweettooth (or Jack for short) is a mouse who lives with Matthew and the rest of the Bailey family. He gets the blame for a lot of things - Mrs Bailey thinks he's swallowed her ruby and nibbled...


Dustbin Baby

by Jacqueline Wilson & Nick Sharratt

April knows she was abandoned in a rubbish bin as a newborn baby, fourteen years ago. Now she's happily settled with her foster mother, Marion - but there's a part of April that's desperate to know where she...


Drives

by Leontia Flynn

Following on from the assured day-to-day poems of her first collection, Leontia Flynn's second, Drives, is a book of restless journeys - real and imaginary - interspersed with a series of sonnets on writers....


Rachel's Secret

by Susan Sallis

In 1943 two schoolgirls, Rachel and Meriel,best friends in the Gloucestershire city where they have grown up, amuse themselves by tracking down imaginary German spies. It all seems a harmless way of whiling...


Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Other Stories

by Robert Louis Stevenson

How thin is the line between good and evil?

Dr Jekyll has been experimenting with his identity. He has developed a drug which separates the two sides of his nature and allows him occasionally to abandon himself...


The Fearful

by Keith Gray

In 1699 William Milmullen took his six pupils to the lakeside but only he returned after a creature rose up from the water and devoured the six boys right before his eyes. The whole town was shocked and terrified...


Why Do I Say These Things?

by Jonathan Ross

Why is catalogue shopping responsible for Jonathan Ross's inimitable sense of style?

Why might wearing cape and mask be a fast track to heaven?

Why does Jonathan wince every time he sees a Hoover?

And why did he...


Special Operations: Dogfight

by Craig Simpson

NORWAY, OCTOBER 1940

Norway, a country invaded by the Nazis. Finn Gunnersen and best friend, Loki Larson, are determined to fight back. Joining the Resistance, they risk arrest, torture and execution. They also...


Private Wealth Management: The Complete Reference for the Personal Financial Planner

by G. Victor Hallman & Jerry S. Rosenbloom

The last 30 years have witnessed stock market booms and busts, economic prosperity and downturns, various presidential administrations, and technological revolutions. Through it all, Victor Hallman and Jerry...


The Ever Open Door

by Glenice Crossland

Told with warmth and humour, The Ever Open Door is the story of a hard working, down-to-earth community in a small Yorkshire town during the Second World War and its aftermath.

Burly steelworker Jim Butler and...


Scars that Run Deep

by Patrick Touher

Leaving his abusive Irish boarding school after eight long years, Patrick Touher thought his troubles were over. But the adult world was a dangerous place for a naïve adolescent. From the Dublin Catholic boys'...


Union Jock

by Aidan Smith

July 30, 1966. Bobby Moore is lifting the Jules Rimet trophy, Denis Law is playing golf, and a young boy in Edinburgh is being taught the most important lesson of his life: no matter who England are playing,...


Forgotten Voices of the Somme

by Joshua Levine

1916. The Somme. With over a million casualties, it was the most brutal battle of World War I.

It is a clash that even now, over 90 years later, remains seared into the national consciousness, conjuring up images...