Books

Format: 01/2018
Format: 01/2018
Kardos, Michael
Michael Kardos
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At 27, magician Natalie Webb is already a has-been. Facing financial ruin, Natalie follows up on an old job offer to write a magazine article – on the art of cheating at cards. But the article leads to her being offered to help pull off a $1.5 million magic trick...

Bluff by Michael Kardos
Knight, Henrietta
Henrietta Knight
[field_chapter]

Retired racehorse trainer and bestselling author, Henrietta Knight, probes the secrets of thirty top National Hunt trainers in England and Ireland.

The Jumping Game by Henrietta Knight
Prowse, Amanda
Amanda Prowse
[field_chapter]

Two new novels from Amanda Prowse, that tell the story of one couple from both sides... This is Anna's story.

Anna: One Love, Two Stories by Amanda Prowse
Radcliffe, Robert
Robert Radcliffe
[field_chapter]

Second instalment in the Airborne trilogy centred on the WW2 parachute regiment. Paratrooper Theo Trickey's war record is extraordinary - but what was Rommel's interest in the soldier?

Freefall by Robert Radcliffe
Thompson, Laura
Laura Thompson
[field_chapter]

The case of Edith Thompson and her lover Frederick Bywaters, both hanged for murder in 1923.

Rex v Edith Thompson by Laura Thompson
Tiago-Stankovic, Dejan
Dejan Tiago-Stankovic
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A poignant novel about exile, divided loyalties, fear and survival, set in a luxurious grand hotel just outside Lisbon, at the height of the Second World War.

Williams, Hywel
Hywel Williams
[field_chapter]

An accessible history of the United Kingdom from the coming of the Romans to the third millennium.

The Seven Ages of Britain by Hywel Williams
McLeod, Jenn J.
Jenn J. McLeod
[field_chapter]

A multi-generational contemporary romantic saga set in a cattle ranch in Central Queensland, Australia.

A Place to Remember by Jenn J. McLeod
Andress, David
David Andress
[field_chapter]

A blistering assessment of the West's abandonment of history as it succumbs to an attack of social and cultural dementia, by leading historian David Andress.

Cultural Dementia by David Andress
Masterton, Graham
Graham Masterton
[field_chapter]
> Katie Maguire, Book 09

Police corruption, whistleblowers and murder. DCI Katie Maguire investigates a string of police fatalities in the new thriller from Graham Masterton.

Dead Men Whistling by Graham Masterton
Costeloe, Diney
Diney Costeloe
[field_chapter]

A gritty and heartrending drama set in 19th-century Cornwall. Orphan Sophie and her friend Hannah are welcomed into the Penvarrow family but tensions rise and family secrets are revealed.

Miss Mary's Daughter by Diney Costeloe
Gately, Iain
Iain Gately
[field_chapter]

An alternative travel book about the author's quest to achieve his surfing dream before it's too late.

The Secret Surfer
Gilman, David
David Gilman
[field_chapter]
> Master of War, Book 05

Episode five of the gritty historical fiction series, as Thomas Blackstone fights to enforce English rule on France at the height of the Hundred Years' War.

Scourge of Wolves by David Gilman
Kerrigan, Kate
Kate Kerrigan
[field_chapter]

Three young women leave the cloying atmosphere of Catholic Ireland for the freedom of swinging 60s London, all in search of a new beginning.

That Girl by Kate Kerrigan
Lodato, Victor
Victor Lodato
[field_chapter]

Eight-year-old Edgar remembers nothing of the terrible accident people still whisper about. A family epic about a desperate search for a little boy who's lost.

Edgar and Lucy by Victor Lodato

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