Books

Format: 12/2018
Format: 12/2018
Gibson, Mary
Mary Gibson
[field_chapter]

A young girl struggles to keep body and soul together in 1930s London, while her proud but spendthrift widowed father refuses to accept charity.

A Sister's Struggle by Mary Gibson
Ross, Ian
Ian Ross
[field_chapter]

In the final instalment of the Twilight of Empire series, Aurelius Castus is ordered out of retirement to confront the King of Persia's challenge to Rome's authority in the east.

Triumph in Dust by Ian Ross
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.

That Sense of Wonder by Francesco Dimitri
O'Toole, Fintan
Fintan O'Toole
[field_chapter]

A book about the delusions of Brexit, the threat it poses to economic prosperity, peace in Ireland and the tradition of British democracy.

Heroic Failure by Fintan O'Toole
Dorries, Nadine
Nadine Dorries
[field_chapter]

Christmas is one of the most harrowing times of year for the nurses of St Angelus Hospital. A Christmas short story from Nadine Dorries.

An Angel Sings by Nadine Dorries
Goodkind, Terry
Terry Goodkind
[field_chapter]

Angela Constantine is a new kind of hero: she has the superhuman ability to recognise killers just by looking into their eyes. Follow Angela as she goes down the rabbit hole after a serial killer in the making.

Crazy Wanda by Terry Goodkind
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
Monroe, J.S.
J.S. Monroe
[field_chapter]

A young British Asian doctor is posted to Delhi with MI6, tasked with uncovering a brutal organisation working at the heart of colonial government.

The India Spy by J.S. Monroe
Monroe, J.S.
J.S. Monroe
[field_chapter]

A man vows revenge on the terrorists who murdered his girlfriend. When he's approached by MI5 to track down the killers, he's taken deep into London's trading rooms, where mayhem reigns...

The Riot Act by J.S. Monroe
Brooks, Richard
Richard Brooks
[field_chapter]

New York Times Bestseller: This "shocking" murder mystery addresses homophobia in the military during World War II (Richard Wright, author of Native Son).

The Brick Foxhole by Richard Brooks
Chesbro, George C.
George C. Chesbro
[field_chapter]

In New York City, a homeless man with amnesia must unravel his past while a serial killer stalks the streets, in this taut thriller from the author of the Mongo Mysteries.

Bone by George C. Chesbro
Chesbro, George C.
George C. Chesbro
[field_chapter]

An American chess grandmaster gets involved with a Russian defector in the exciting debut novel from the author of the Mongo Mysteries.

King's Gambit by George C. Chesbro
Chesbro, George C.
George C. Chesbro
[field_chapter]

The author of the Mongo Mysteries reveals the interior life of a troubled writer in this deeply personal autobiographical novel.

Prism by George C. Chesbro
Chesbro, George C.
George C. Chesbro
[field_chapter]

An ex-spy struggles to dismantle a dangerous conspiracy in this explosive suspense thriller from the author of the Mongo Mysteries.

The Keeper by George C. Chesbro
Chesbro, George C.
George C. Chesbro
[field_chapter]

Two former CIA agents reunite for a dangerous mission in which nothing is as it seems in this seductive thriller from the author of the Mongo Mysteries.

Turn Loose the Dragons by George C. Chesbro

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