Format: 07/2018
Format: 07/2018
Goldsworthy, Adrian
Adrian Goldsworthy

A beautifully produced account of the history and importance of Hadrian's Wall.

Hadrian's Wall by Adrian Goldsworthy
Oldfield, Mark
Mark Oldfield

Former secret policeman Leopoldo Guzmán is the key to unlocking some of Spain's darkest secrets and forensic investigator Ana María Galindez determined to track him down.

The Dead by Mark Oldfield
Jones, Michael
Michael Jones

A major new biography of the Black Prince: hero of the battles of Crécy and Poitiers and England's greatest medieval warrior.

The Black Prince by Michael Jones
Kelly, Mary Anne
Mary Anne Kelly

Searching for her birth mother, an Irish girl comes to Long Island and stumbles upon a terrible secret.

Twillyweed by Mary Anne Kelly
Hurley, Graham
Graham Hurley
> Wars Within, Book 01

October 1944. An FBI detective and a German naval officer are unaware of the roles assigned to them by German intelligence as part of Operation Finisterre – a last-ditch plan to enable Hitler to bluff his way to the negotiating table.

Finisterre by Graham Hurley
Jameson, Hanna
Hanna Jameson
> Underground, Book 03

Two British ex-cons are trapped on a nightmarish road trip to find Trent, a guy who screwed them over and disappeared. But now, after forty hours driving through yellow desert, what seemed real is no longer certain. Where did Trent stay? What did he do? Did he even exist at all?

Road Kill by Hanna Jameson
Lovecraft, H.P., Campbell, Ramsay
H.P. Lovecraft, Ramsay Campbell

First published in 1941 and set aginst the rich canvas of New England history, this is American author H. P. Lovecraft's exploration of a mind destroyed by an obsession with an ancestor, a reputed necromancer.

The Case of Charles Dexter Ward by H.P. Lovecraft
Ross, Ian
Ian Ross

Six years after the battle for Rome, the truce between the two emperors has failed and Aurelius Castus is again in the frontline.

The Mask of Command by Ian Ross
Scull, Luke
Luke Scull
> The Grim Company, Book 03

The Age of Ruin is near complete: the Fade have returned to cleanse humanity from the land. But a greater threat faces them both as an ancient enemy descends from the North.

Dead Man's Steel by Luke Scull
Gooden, Philip
Philip Gooden

A richly entertaining exploration of the origins of the words that English has borrowed from other languages over its 1500-year history.

May We Borrow Your Language? by Philip Gooden
LeBor, Adam
Adam LeBor
> Yael Azoulay, Book 03

UN negotiator Yael Azoulay uncovers a people-trafficking ring with links to Iran... and Washington.

The Reykjavik Assignment by Adam LeBor
Prowse, Amanda
Amanda Prowse

Romance blossoms in New Zealand when a lonely mother visits her grown up daughter at Christmas.

I Won't Be Home For Christmas by Amanda Prowse
Bicheno, Hugh
Hugh Bicheno

The second volume of a rip-roaring, two-part history of England's longest and bloodiest civil war, narrated as a medieval 'game of thrones' by a master military historian.

Blood Royal by Hugh Bicheno
Coogan, Tim Pat
Tim Pat Coogan

The story of the assassination squad that changed the course of Irish history.

The Twelve Apostles by Tim Pat Coogan
Dennison, Matthew
Matthew Dennison

A beautifully written and produced celebration of the life of Beatrix Potter, one of the nation's best-loved authors.

Over the Hills and Far Away by Matthew Dennison