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The Whistleblower

by Anonymous

The hilarious final instalment to the best-selling A Campus Conspiracy and Degrees 'R' Us. Harry Gilbert returns as the new Provost of St Sebastian's Cathedral and thereby Visitor of the University. The move...


This Farewell Symphony

by Edmund Bealby-Wright

This virtuoso debut novel, structured in movements like a classical symphony, follows a group of day-trippers on a tour of places significant to the life of court composer Joseph Haydn. At its centre is widower...


Debating Palestine and Israel

by Dan Cohn-Sherbok & Mary Grey

While the Jews strove for statehood and national identity as a result of their claim to their ancient homeland, the Palestinians were denied both, leading to their marginalisation and the ongoing conflict in...


A Campus Conspiracy

by Anonymous

A comic portrayal of modern university life seen through the eyes of a Professor of Christian Ethics. Married to the daughter of a baronet, he is rich, successful and eminent. Yet, as he approaches retirement,...


Degrees 'R' Us

by Anonymous

More comic chaos on campus.St Sebastian's University has been thrown into turmoil by the arrival of a new Vice-Chancellor. Larger than life, Professor Alf Flanagan is determined to bully his new institution...


The Moth Man

by Jennie Finch

‘This was the moment. The moment he had dreamed of since first seeing the house three weeks ago. Inside, the woman reached up and tucked a strand of hair behind her ear and it was the most exciting, provocative...


The Viking Hostage

by Tracey Warr

Set in late 10th century France and Wales, The Viking Hostage weaves together the stories of three women living through a time of turbulent power struggles across Europe, Viking raids, and fears of The End of...


The Churches of Medieval Exeter

by Nicholas Orme

Medieval Exeter was a religious city containing nearly seventy churches, chapels, monasteries, and almshouses, as well as private oratories, holy wells, and standing crosses. This book explains why this huge...


100 Ways to Improve the World

by Giles Ward

Peter Staines thinks God made rather a ham-fisted job of constructing the world, trying to shove millions of years' worth of work into just six days. Typical cowboy builder. And as a carpet salesman with over...


Almodis

by Tracey Warr

"Some say Almodis was a serpent, a scandal, a whore. They say wrong." After generations of fighting amongst the ruling families of eleventh-century Occitania, the marriage of Almodis de la Marche to Hugh of...


The Drowners

by Jennie Finch

In Somerset it is carnival season once more, but Alex Hastings is not in the mood to join the festivities. Struck down by a potentially lethal illness, she is beset by problems both at work and within her family....


Best of Enemies

by Robert Gibson

Republished for the centenary of the Entente Cordiale, this new edition of Best of Enemies gives an entertaining and perceptive overview of Anglo-French relation. Updated to include the Anglo-French disagreements...


Stories from Forest and Steppe

by Edith Sollohub

"My breath freezes into hoar frost on my eyelashes and eyebrows … but I dare not move; to stand still is the first rule the huntsman learns, for the game has sharper eyes than man and it may be watching you...


The Price of Everything

by Giles Ward

Humming the familiar strains of Erik Satie's Gnossienne No.1 to himself, renowned film composer Jocelyn Thwaite steps in front of the 01.59 Paddington Express. As the only witness, Danny Lunt grabs the opportunity...


Spill (some stories)

by Giles Ward

A small glass bottle is filled with thick, yellowing liquid - something like melted butter. In amongst the clouding viscous, a jellied hand pushes from the inside. The fingers spread like an accidental spill.'...


Electric Shadows of Shanghai

by Clare Kane

It’s 1931 and British diplomat William Graves and his wife, Amelia, are flung headfirst into the enticing, neon-lit streets of Shanghai. As Will helps to maintain the fragile peace between China and Japan,...


Eighteen Days of Spring in Winter

by Saeida Rouass

Eighteen Days of Spring in Winter follows the life of Sophia, a literature student in Cairo. As the revolution begins to stir across Egypt, each member of Sophia’s family is affected differently. Her father...


A Square in East Berlin

by Torsten Schulz

Comedy and tragedy intertwine in this entertaining account of life in communist East Berlin as seen through the eyes of a teenage boy. Published originally in German, Harry Guest has provided a funny and engaging...


Of Sirens and Centaurs

by Alex Woodcock

Of Sirens and Centaurs provides a superb introduction to the fascinating world of medieval sculpture through examples in Exeter Cathedral which, for a Gothic building, contains a surprisingly rich repertoire...


The Lost Journals of Pedro Piscator and Other Tales

by Lachlan Plain

The Lost Journals of Pedro Piscator is a collection of short fiction presented in various stylistic forms, written and illustrated by Australian author, puppeteer and artistic director Lachlan Plain. The playful...