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The Making of May

by Gwyneth Rees

An entertaining, thoughtful new novel from award-winning, best-selling Gwyneth Rees Eleven-year-old May's life changes dramatically when she leaves the city and moves to Thornton Hall, a big house in the countryside...


AC/DC: Maximum Rock & Roll

by Arnaud Durieux & Murray Engleheart

Over three decades and more than 150 million albums, AC/DC has established itself as much more than just a great rock band. For millions of fans spanning several generations across the world, they are an ear-bleedingly...


The Star of Kazan

by Eva Ibbotson

In 1896, in a pilgrim church in the Alps, an abandoned baby girl is found by a cook and a housemaid. They take her home, and Annika grows up in the servants' quarters of a house belonging to three eccentric...


Armed Struggle

by Richard English

A timely work of major historical importance, examining the whole spectrum of events from the 1916 Easter Rising to the current and ongoing peace process, fully updated with a new afterword for the paperback...


Kitten Smitten

by Anna Wilson

Bertie Fletcher is back! She's happier than a cat who's got the custard when she gets Jaffa, her very own beautiful marmalade kitten. Even Dad seems to have come to terms with the whole pet-owning thing. But...


The Tree House

by Kathleen Jamie

For several years now, Kathleen Jamie's work has addressed two principal concerns: how we negotiate with the natural world, and how we should define our conduct within family and society. In The Tree House...


The Garbage King

by Elizabeth Laird

Inspired by the true story of an African childhood lived on the edge of destitution, award-winning Elizabeth Laird’s new novel takes readers on an unforgettable emotional journey.

When Mamo’s mother dies,...


The Valley of Adventure

by Enid Blyton

Nothing could be more exciting than a night flight on Bill’s plane! But Philip, Dinah, Lucy-Ann and Jack soon find themselves flying straight into a truly amazing adventure. What has happened to Bill? Who...


The Eyeball Collector

by F. E. Higgins

When his butterfly-collector father is swindled to within an inch of his life, a vengeful Hector leaves the city of Urbs Umida in pursuit of a fiendish villain with a glass eye. The trail leads to Withypitts...


To Do or Die

by Max Adams

As Hitler’s armies march into Europe, Eddie Dawson, an explosives expert and somewhat reluctant lance-corporal in the Royal Engineers, is sent to France on an assessment mission that seems straight-forward...


Mersey View

by Ruth Hamilton

At the age of 45, Lucy Henshaw has finally left home. Her decision to go has been reached neither lightly nor suddenly, since her marriage has been broken for some eighteen years. However, as the mother of twin...


Upfront and Personal

by Coleen Nolan

Writing with the warmth and humour that have made her so popular, Coleen describes her eventful life, from joining her sisters' band The Nolans when she was only nine to growing up in the spotlight as they went...


Not Quite A Gentleman

by Jacquie D'Alessandro

Nathan Oliver, younger son of an earl, is content being a country doctor. Years ago he had worked for the Crown, but when a spy mission went awry, he left London for a simpler life. Now his world is turned upside...


China Dreams: Special Edition E-Book

by Sid Smith

For weeks they went all over London on the little red Honda, weaving up hills at walking speed, down alleys and pavements, through shopping precincts, warm in the late-summer nights . . . and he'd park outside...


Never Kiss a Man in a Canoe

by Tanith Carey

To a young woman wishing to join a male friend on a canoeing trip, 1895: 'It surprises us to find that a girl sufficiently educated to write and spell well should be so deplorably ignorant of the common rules...


The Reading Room

by Ruth Hamilton

Leanne Chalmers has made a career for herself presenting her own style of home decorating and design on the nation’s screens. That was her past life, at least. For now Leanne has been forced to start again...


Dunkirk

by Julian Thompson

In May 1940, the small British Expeditionary Force was sent to help the Belgians and French hold back the German army. Ill-equipped and under-trained, they fought hard for three weeks, from the German invasion...


Jane Blonde 4: Spylet on Ice

by Jill Marshall

Janey is off to hone her Spylet skills at SPIcamp. There are gadgets galore at the secret facility and there’s even a snow dome to train in!

Then the team is whisked off to investigate suspicious activity...


Second World

by Eddy Shah

Lured from his birthday celebrations by a Marilyn Monroe avatar, the US president finds himself abducted into cyberspace by a mysterious presence called ‘The Voice’. With only twenty-four hours before it...


King of Ithaca

by Glyn Iliffe

Greece is a country in turmoil, divided by feuding kingdoms desiring wealth, power and revenge.

When Eperitus, a young exiled soldier, comes to the aid of a group of warriors in battle, little does he know that...