Books

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Romance blossoms in New Zealand when a lonely mother visits her grown up daughter at Christmas.

I Won't Be Home For Christmas by Amanda Prowse
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The second volume of a rip-roaring, two-part history of England's longest and bloodiest civil war, narrated as a medieval 'game of thrones' by a master military historian.

Blood Royal by Hugh Bicheno
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The story of the assassination squad that changed the course of Irish history.

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A beautifully written and produced celebration of the life of Beatrix Potter, one of the nation's best-loved authors.

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Powerful drama set in the East End of London. A washed-up boxer takes a troubled youngster under his wing attracting the attention of the criminal underworld.

Faded Glory by David Essex
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100 of literature's sexiest stories, selected and introduced by Mariella Frostrup and the Erotic Review.

Desire by Mariella Frostrup
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A richly entertaining exploration of the origins of the words that English has borrowed from other languages over its 1500-year history.

May We Borrow Your Language? by Philip Gooden
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The story of the composition, first performances and cultural afterlife of one of the best-loved and most widely performed works in the entire history of music.

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Heartbreak and misunderstandings are woven through this uplifting story of a woman who can never quite believe that her gorgeous husband really loves her.

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Earth and Trisolaris must face a new threat of an altogether different magnitude: the stunning conclusion of the Three-Body Problem trilogy.

Death's End by Cixin Liu
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A new edition of THE classic history of rail: how the 'Iron Road' turned the world upside down.

The World the Railways Made by Nicholas Faith
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A beautifully produced account of the history and importance of Hadrian's Wall.

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One of our most eloquent nature writers offers a passionate and informative celebration of birds and their ability to help us understand the world we live in.

The Wisdom Of Birds by Simon Barnes
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A cleverly constructed epic crime novel, told through six different murder cases set over fifty years in a Hong Kong Police Force.

The Borrowed by Ho-Kei Chan
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The story of the traumatic aftermath of Ireland's Easter Rising of 1916, and of the emergence of two Irish states - one green, one orange - from the embers of bloody conflict.

1916: The Mornings After by Tim Pat Coogan

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