- 18 hours ago I like the sound of loads of the non-fiction in the Autumn @HoZ_Books catalogue http://t.co/mNydU0Gp5M
- 1 day ago The @HoZ_Books catalogue has just arrived and I am a little bit (very big bit) excited.
- 1 day ago RT @DinsdaleImber: Congrats to @Luke_Scull whose pretty awesome THE GRIM COMPANY is shortlisted for the Morningstar Award @GEMMELLAWARD @Ho…
- 1 day ago Congrats to @Luke_Scull whose pretty awesome THE GRIM COMPANY is shortlisted for the Morningstar Award @GEMMELLAWARD @HoZ_Books
- 2 days ago RT @MrsAmandaProwse: @bbcrb @readingagency @HoZ_Books I'm talking world book night at 10 am!
An evocation of a journey from Rome, the heart of Empire, to Hadrian's Wall during the reign of the emperor Hadrian.
A moreishly entertaining and richly informative miscellany of facts about Rome and the Roman world.
An explosive literary debut, tender and funny, shocking and tragic, about the friendship between two fourteen-year-old girls on the loose during a long, hot summer in Berlin.
A beautiful new edition of a classic work of landscape history, in which Alfred Watkins introduced the idea of ancient 'ley lines' criss-crossing the English countryside.
The extraordinary story of the Druce-Portland affair, one of the most notorious, tangled and bizarre legal cases of the late Victorian and Edwardian eras.
A stunning volume of epic breadth which connects the lives and works of over 300 English-language poets of the last 700 years.
A woman falls in love with the shadowy stranger who saved her life. A gripping love story from the author of FRACTURED.
A new edition of THE classic history of rail: how the 'Iron Road' turned the world upside down.
Bravo Shaw always knew his father had secrets, he just didn't realise how dangerous they were. Now he must solve the clues his father left behind, locate a precious document and ward off those who want it destroyed. But his enemies are powerful, and will stop at nothing to keep their secrets buried.
A string of murders are all connected by a single strand spun out of the past... but as Inspector Celcius Daly knows, the past is never dead... it’s not even past.