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Kiwi Wars

by Garry Douglas Kilworth

This is a thrilling new military adventure for Captain Jack Crossman.Captain 'Fancy Jack' Crossman has been sent to New Zealand, where the Maori Wars are in progress. His remit is to map the bush country and...


To Encourage the Others

by David Yallop

The Murder Case that Shook a Generation

On 2nd November 1952, two teenagers were trapped by police on a warehouse roof. In the course of what the national press were to describe as 'a Chicago-style gun battle',...


The Day the Laughter Stopped

by David Yallop

The true story behind the 'Fatty Arbuckle' Scandl

David Yallop is no stranger to controversy. The impact of his investigations in such bestsellers as In God's Name, Beyond Reasonable Doubt and To Encourage the...


Deliver us from Evil

by David Yallop

The murders, the arrest, the trial. First world publication of the full story.

David Yallop is the investigative writer whose previous books, including the bestselling To Encourage the Others and Beyond Reasonable...


Beyond Reasonable Doubt?

by David Yallop

On 17th June, 1970, in a small farming district, south of Auckland, New Zealand, Harvey and Jeanette Crewe were shot and killed in the lounge of their home. Five months later, a neighbour, Arthur Allan Thomas,...


Unholy Alliance

by David Yallop

Imagine a company so big and so powerful that its annual turnover is equal in size to China's entire GDP. A company whose gross turnover for just one financial year is sufficient to buy at current market value...


To the Ends of the Earth

by David Yallop

ON Friday 27th June 1975 a young Venezuelan burst from a Paris apartment straight into the world's headlines.

He left for dead four men. He had previously blithely lobbed a grenade into a crowded cafe, attempted...


Death at Whitewater Church: An Inishowen Mystery

by Andrea Carter

When a skeleton is discovered, wrapped in a blanket, in the hidden crypt of a deconsecrated church, everyone is convinced the bones must be those of Conor Devitt, a local man who went missing on his wedding...


Silenced

by A. J. McCreanor

He buried his victim alive. And now he's escaped from prison and is on the run in the city.

Fiona Henderson, the daughter of the victim who'd descended into a world of silence following her mother's murder,...


Me and My Bike: Portraits of a Cycling Nation

by Donato Cinicolo

Around the world it is estimated that 130 million bicycles are sold every year, making the trusty bike our favourite mode of transport whether we are commuting to work or cycling for pleasure. Bikes come in...


Nobody's Hero

by James Craig

In and out of prison for over 40 years, Seymour Eriksson is officially `London?s most unsuccessful criminal.? So why can?t Carlyle keep him off the streets for more than five minutes ? and how can he stop hack...


Pet Tales: Extraordinary Pets From Ordinary Homes

by Anne Cuthbertson

This first collection of Pet Tales, compiled by former Life editor Anne Cuthbertson, features a talking dog and a surfboarding cat, a chicken that thinks it's human, a foul-tempered duck called Mussolini, a...


Blotto, Twinks and the Heir to the Tsar

by Simon Brett

Tawcester Towers, the family seat of the Lyminster family, has suffered an unwelcome injection of distant cousins, so distant that they aren't even British! Count Igor and Count Lyudmilla Bashusky had to flee...


Summerchill

by Quentin Bates

It's the tail end of a hot summer when half of Reykjavík is on holiday and the other half wishes it was. Things are quiet when a man is reported missing from his home in the suburbs. As Gunna and Helgi investigate,...


Can I Carry Your Bags?: The Life of a Sports Hack Abroad

by Martin Johnson

In nearly 25 years as a sports journalist for the Independent, Daily Telegraph, and The Sunday Times, Martin Johnson has covered sporting events all over the world, including cricket and tennis in Australia,...


Living in the Sound of the Wind: A Personal Quest for W.H. Hudson, Naturalist and Writer from the River Plate

by Jason Wilson

W. H. Hudson was brought up on the pampas, where he learnt from gauchos about frontier life. After moving to London in 1874, Hudson lived in extreme poverty. Like his friend Joseph Conrad, Hudson was an exile,...


They Laughed at Galileo: How the Great Inventors Proved Their Critics Wrong

by Albert Jack

From the wireless to the computer, and from hula hoops to interplanetary travel, inventions and discoveries have changed our lifestyles in ways that would have astounded our ancestors. Each of them was originally...


The Lunatics Have Taken Over the Asylum: Political Letters to The Daily Telegraph

by Ian Hollingshead

Telegraph letter writers, that most astute body of political commentators, are probably not alone in thinking that politics has taken some strange turns in recent years. The first coalition government since...


Friendless Lane: A Lilly Valentine novel

by Helen Black

Lilly Valentine, tough talking lawyer and single mother, never makes things easy for herself and her latest case is about to become her biggest challenge yet.

Several years ago, Lilly successfully represented...


The Serpentine Road

by Paul Mendelson

Even after the release of Nelson Mandela and the promise of free elections, extremist groups terrorized South Africa, bombing churches, opening fire in bars and restaurants. Nearly twenty-five years ago, as...