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The Lost Child of Philomena Lee

by Martin Sixsmith

When she fell pregnant as a teenager in Ireland in 1952, Philomena Lee was sent to the convent at Roscrea in Co. Tipperary to be looked after as a fallen woman. She cared for her baby for three years until the...


Saxon: The Emperor's Elephant

Saxon #2

by Tim Severin

Sigwulf, a Saxon prince exiled to the court of Carolus, King of the Franks, is summoned by the royal advisor Alcuin of York. Carolus has received magnificent gifts from the Caliph of Baghdad and is determined...


Confucius on Leadership

by John Adair

Few things are more important than the quality and credibility of leaders, as they play a vital role in every aspect of our modern lives. Yet strong leadership is a difficult skill to master. Good leaders must...


The Way I See It

by Alan Sugar

Everyone knows that Lord Sugar has strong opinions and is not afraid to share them - no matter how controversial they may be. His latest book takes us into the world of Alan Sugar: entrepreneur, Twitter addict,...


Never Stop on the Motorway (Short Reads)

by Jeffrey Archer

Taken from Jeffrey Archer's third collection of short stories, Twelve Red Herrings, comes this irresistible, witty and ingenious short read. Diana, a busy single mother, looks forward to her regular retreat...


The Queen's Birthday Telegram (Short Reads)

by Jeffrey Archer

Taken from Jeffrey Archer's most recent collection of short stories, And Thereby Hangs a Tale, comes this irresistible, witty and ingenious short read. Albert Webber and his wife Betty are utterly thrilled when...


The Fog

by James Herbert

The peaceful life of a village in Wiltshire is suddenly shattered by a disaster which strikes without reason or explanation, leaving behind it a trail of misery and horror. A yawning, bottomless crack spreads...


Diana's Story

by Judith Mackrell

Glamorized, mythologized and demonized – the women of the 1920s prefigured the 1960s in their determination to reinvent the way they lived. Flappers is in part a biography of that restless generation: starting...


Fabulous Family Food

by Nadia Sawalha

Nadia's cooking has made her a firm favourite with women everywhere. She knows how challenging it can be to get good food on the table in the midst of school runs, husband-wrangling, dog walking and a busy day...


A Life Shaped by Cakes

by Louise Johncox

Louise Johncox comes from a long line of bakers and confectioners. As a child she would sit on a flour tin at her father's side in the bakehouse and eat whatever was fresh from the oven - a hot bread roll or...


Wild Food

by Roger Phillips

Wild food is all around us, growing in our hedgerows and fields, along river banks and seashores, even on inhospitable moorland. In this definitive book, hundreds of these plants are clearly identified, with...


The Baker's Daughter

by Louise Johncox

Louise Johncox comes from a long line of bakers and confectioners. As a child she would sit on a flour tin at her father's side and eat whatever was fresh from the oven - a hot bread roll or a fluffy piece of...


Nana's Kitchen

by Sherrie Hewson

Sherrie Hewson - who was a semi-finalist on Celebrity Masterchef and owned her own restaurant - loves to cook. Her kitchen is a world away from her working life as an actress and presenter, and is where she...


Tallulah's Story

by Judith Mackrell

Glamorized, mythologized and demonized – the women of the 1920s prefigured the 1960s in their determination to reinvent the way they lived. Flappers is in part a biography of that restless generation: starting...


Love Letters of the Great War

by Mandy Kirkby & Helen Dunmore

From the private papers of Winston Churchill to the tender notes of an unknown Tommy in the trenches, Love Letters of the Great War brings together some of the most romantic correspondence ever written. Many...


How to Think About Exercise

by Damon Young & The School Of Life

It can often seem as though existence is split in two: body and mind, flesh and spirit, moving and thinking. In the office or at study we are 'mind workers', with superfluous bodies. In the gym we stretch, run...


How to Deal with Adversity

by Christopher Hamilton & The School Of Life

How to cope when confronted with adversity, in this new book from The School of Life.

In How to Deal with Adversity, Christopher Hamilton explores how we face trials and tribulations in everyday life, and why...


Mushrooms

by Roger Phillips

The culmination of over thirty years' work, this authoritative and superbly illustrated reference work is packed with the most up-to-date information and original photographs. Set to become the essential illustrated...


Real Stories of World War Two

by Various

On Ken Follett’s Facebook page Pan Macmillan created a storybank, as a place for readers to upload their own, real-life stories of World War Two.

This ebook contains some of the incredible, moving stories...


The Secret Ministry of Ag. & Fish

by Noreen Riols

‘My mother thought I was working for the Ministry of Ag. and Fish.’ So begins Noreen Riols’ compelling memoir of her time as a member of Churchill’s ‘secret army’, the Special Operations Executive....