Books

Format: 12/2017
Format: 12/2017
Singh, Anita
Anita Singh
[field_chapter]

A celebration of Britain's most popular cookery contest.

The Story of The Great British Bake Off by Anita Singh
Kiberd, Declan
Declan Kiberd
[field_chapter]

A magisterial survey of the ways in which postwar Irish writers have witnessed the frustration of the promise of Irish independence.

After Ireland by Declan Kiberd
Petrie, Nick
Nick Petrie
[field_chapter]
> Ash, Book 01

Peter Ash came home from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan with only one souvenir: the buzzing claustrophobia due to PTSD. But when a friend from the Marines commits suicide, Ash helps the man's widow with some home repairs. But he makes an unexpected discovery: a suitcase stuffed with cash and explosives.

The Drifter by Nick Petrie
Petrie, Nick
Nick Petrie
[field_chapter]
> Ash, Book 02

Peter Ash has a woman's life in his hands – and her mystery is stranger than he could ever imagine.

Burning Bright by Nick Petrie
Attlee, James
James Attlee
[field_chapter]

The fascinating story of the genesis, creation and afterlife of Picasso's Guernica, the painting that is often cited as the most important work of art produced in the 20th century.

Guernica by James Attlee
Gerhardie, William
William Gerhardie
[field_chapter]

The unforgettable tale of an eccentric Belgian family through the uncertain years after WW1 and the Russian Revolution.

The Polyglots by William Gerhardie
Hannah, Sophie
Sophie Hannah
[field_chapter]

100 of the best crime stories written by women, selected and introduced by award-winning author Sophie Hannah.

Deadlier by Sophie Hannah
Hollingsworth, Mary
Mary Hollingsworth
[field_chapter]

A fresh telling of the rise and fall of the House of Medici, the family that dominated political and cultural life in Florence for three centuries.

The Medici by Mary Hollingsworth
LeBor, Adam
Adam LeBor
[field_chapter]

A new edition of this acclaimed history of Arabs and Jews in Jaffa, with a major new afterword.

City of Oranges by Adam LeBor
Mann, Phillip
Phillip Mann
[field_chapter]

A chronicle of dandyism and decadence from Regency England to the late twentieth century.

The Dandy at Dusk by Phillip Mann
Masterton, Graham
Graham Masterton
[field_chapter]
> Beatrice Scarlet, Book 02

Beatrice Scarlet, the apothecary's daughter, returns to 18th-century London to solve a murder case steeped in witchcraft.

The Coven by Graham Masterton
Rahill, Elske
Elske Rahill
[field_chapter]

Darkly disturbing meditations on motherhood by an exceptional Irish writer. 

In White Ink by Elske Rahill
Spring, Howard
Howard Spring
[field_chapter]

A novel of ambition, about a man who rises from the most humble of beginnings in Manchester and reaches the very top in politics.

Fame is the Spur by Howard Spring
St John, Lauren
Lauren St John
[field_chapter]

Set in Africa and Scotland, a novel about forgotten children and the power of nature to heal and reconnect us. It's about a a girl who will climb mountains in her search for a place to call home.

The Snow Angel by Lauren St John
Walker, Fiona
Fiona Walker
[field_chapter]

Love affairs, village rivalries, horses, jealousy and secrets – Fiona Walker returns to her classic territory with a whole new cast of Cotswold village characters.

The Country Set by Fiona Walker

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