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The Silver Thread

by Kylie Fitzpatrick

London, 1840: a young woman boards a prison ship bound for the other side of the world. 'An exciting, spirited and ambitious tale.' Andrew Miller, Costa-award winning author of Pure.

'The day was dove grey, and...


Lazy Days

by Erlend Loe, Don Bartlett & Don Shaw

Meet Bror Telemann. 42 years old. Husband to Nina Telemann. Father to Heidi, Berthold and Sabine. Currently: stage director at the Norwegian National Theatre. Soon to be: world-famous playwright and general...


The Babylon Gene

by Alex Churton

Forget everything you think you know. Here is the mother of all conspiracy thrillers, a secret that was written in blood at the dawn of history...

2004: when violent Jihadists bomb a Masonic lodge in Istanbul,...


Time to Die

by Alex Howard

Detective Inspector Hanlon. She'll break but she won't bend. A woman with a habit of breaking the rules and a fierce loyalty to the few people she respects.

Her boss, Corrigan. Looks like a street copper promoted...


The Holy Fox: The Life of Lord Halifax

by Andrew Roberts

Bestselling historian Andrew Roberts's much-admired reappraisal of one of the most influential - and controversial - British politicians of the 1930s. A fox-hunting Anglo-Catholic aristocrat, nicknamed 'The...


Penny Loaves And Butter Cheap: Britain In 1846

by Stephen Bates

A kaleidoscopic picture of Britain in 1846, a nation on the brink of economic and social change as the Industrial Revolution deepened its impact.

1846 was a pivotal moment in British history. This was the year...


Peace And War: Britain In 1914

by Nigel Jones

1914 dawned with Britain at peace, albeit troubled by faultlines within and threats without: Ireland trembled on the brink of civil war; suffragette agitation was assuming an ever more violent hue; and suspicions...


The Ten-pound Ticket

by Amanda Prowse

Australia, 1962: Susie has just arrived on the boat from England. She is clutching a newborn baby, but she has no wedding ring on her left hand.

The land is dusty and hot, and the work is hard and tiring. All...


The Body in the Mithraeum: A Death in Byzantium Short Story

by M.E. Mayer

DEATH IN BYZANTIUM: At the heart of what is left of the Roman Empire, lies a city simmering with intrigue & treachery. Amid this maelstrom stands John, a slave who has risen to become the right hand of Justinian,...


A Christmas Wish: No Greater Love

by Amanda Prowse

A special Christmas short story from Amanda Prowse: a wonderful, warm festive treat from a bestselling author.

Poppy is trying to make sure her children have the perfect Christmas. The fields are sparkling with...


To Die For

by Phillip Hunter

A broken man.

Joe was a British soldier, then a bare-knuckle boxer. Now he's a gangster in London's East End. Once, long ago, he fell in love. But people like him don't have happy endings.

A broken city.

Hackney's...


Something Quite Beautiful: No Greater Love

by Amanda Prowse

Can you ever escape your fate?

Somewhere in the wilds of Scotland, three boys await their fate. They have been sentenced to twenty years in Glenculloch, a remote prison for the most hopeless of criminals. The...


Channel Blue

by Jay Martel

'Skip the blurbs and just start reading this very funny book' MICHAEL MOORE.

Earth used to be Galaxy Entertainment's most lucrative show. The inhabitants of the Western Galaxy - the saviest, richest demographic...


The Politics of Humanity: The Reality of Relief Aid

by John Holmes

John Holmes was the UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs from 2007 until 2010. His work took him to some of the most troubled areas of the world: to Sri Lanka, Darfur, Somalia and the Democratic...


The Game: No Greater Love

by Amanda Prowse

It's every mother's worst nightmare...

Gemma Peters has everything a sixteen year old could want. Two loving parents, a good school, and close friends. Maybe sometimes her parents are a little overbearing, a...


The Boat

by Clara Salaman

It was supposed to be the trip of a lifetime...

Johnny and his new bride Clem have arrived in Turkey for a year's honeymoon. Young, blissfully happy but poor, they are surviving on love, luck and a spirit of...


All The Best Lines

by George Tiffin

Pithy put-downs, hard-boiled snarlings, words of love and regret... ALL THE BEST LINES presents 500 memorable movie quotes, embracing both one-liners ('My name is Pussy Galore') and slices of snappy dialogue...


Premier League: A History in 10 Matches

by Jim White

Tens of millions follow it.

It attracts the finest global talent to play in what is almost a weekly World Cup.

In just 20 years it has transformed football from national embarrassment to Britain's leading cultural...


The Entrepreneurs Tax Guide

by Alan Pink

The brunt of taxation in the UK is borne by owner-managed trading and investment businesses. For many of these, tax is by far their biggest overhead. On top of this, taxation is becoming ever more complex: never...


Broken Angels

by Graham Masterton

One cold spring morning in County Cork, two fishermen find a bundle of rags floating in the Blackwater River.

It is the bloated body of Father Heaney. His hands and feet are bound, and his neck bears the marks...