Books

Format: 04/2018
Format: 04/2018
Frostrup, Mariella
Mariella Frostrup
[field_chapter]

A collection of the greatest women's travel writing ever written.

Wild Women by Mariella Frostrup
Nomine, Marvella
Marvella Nomine
[field_chapter]

500 rebel names inspired by the most fearless men and women of history.

Badass Baby Names by Marvella Nomine
Tinniswood, Adrian
Adrian Tinniswood
[field_chapter]

The story of a British institution whose fellows, including Newton, Darwin and Hawking, have changed the way we look at the world.

Dennison, Matthew
Matthew Dennison
[field_chapter]

The story of Kenneth Grahame, author of the children's classic Wind in the Willows, and of the vision of English pastoral that inspired it.

Eternal Boy by Matthew Dennison
Quinn, Anthony J.
Anthony J. Quinn
[field_chapter]

A new crime series set in the brooding landscape of the Scottish borders. Detective Carla Herron is investigating the savage murder of a psychotherapist when a confession from the nearby psychiatric hospital leads her to embark on a chilling trail...

The Listeners by Anthony J. Quinn
Masterton, Graham
Graham Masterton
[field_chapter]
> Katie Maguire, Book 10

Katie Maguire, Ireland's most fearless detective, hunts a chilling killer on the streets of Cork.

Begging to Die by Graham Masterton
Dimitri, Francesco
Francesco Dimitri
[field_chapter]

A storytelling-driven self-help book about how to reclaim wonder in our lives, and thereby achieve the good life.

A Sense of Wonder by Francesco Dimitri
Wolmar, Christian
Christian Wolmar
[field_chapter]

The story of an engineering marvel of the modern age, from Britain's leading writer on the railways and their history.

The Story of Crossrail by Christian Wolmar
Adams, Max
Max Adams
[field_chapter]

In a fascinating journey of rediscovery, Max Adams brings to life the forgotten experiences – and voices – of some of the most extraordinary women in history.

Brookfield, Amanda
Amanda Brookfield
[field_chapter]

A memoir by bestselling fiction author Amanda Brookfield about how owning a dog was the path to taking back true ownership of herself.

For the Love of a Dog by Amanda Brookfield
Bruen, Ken
Ken Bruen
[field_chapter]

Former cop Jack Taylor is up against a vigilante assassin who goes by the name 'Silence' – and the consequences quickly become personal.

In the Galway Silence by Ken Bruen
Chisholm, P.F.
P.F. Chisholm
[field_chapter]

A new omnibus in the highly acclaimed Sir Robert Carey Mysteries, full of roguish courtiers, rival gangs, border raiders, treason, realpolitik and unbridled ambition.

Coulthard, Sally
Sally Coulthard
[field_chapter]

Packed with insights, outdoor fun, cultural lore and traditional wisdom, The Little Book of Snow delves into the history, science, literary and cultural heritage that surrounds snow, frost and ice.

The Little Book of Snow by Sally Coulthard
Fewer, Michael
Michael Fewer
[field_chapter]

A meticulous reconstruction of those three summer days that ignited the Irish Civil War in 1922 – the defining event of modern Irish politics.

Battle of the Four Courts by Michael Fewer
Pflüger, Andreas
Andreas Pflüger
[field_chapter]

Imagine inheriting two billion dollars. Then imagine the money is left to you by your mortal enemy... The second thriller featuring blind Special Ops agent Jenny Aaron.

A Shadow Falls by Andreas Pflüger

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