Books

Format: 09/2017
Format: 09/2017
Lee, Min Jin
Min Jin Lee
[field_chapter]

A young woman is torn between her Korean heritage and American upbringing. Min Jin Lee's acclaimed debut novel.

Free Food for Millionaires by Min Jin Lee
King, Gabriel
Gabriel King
[field_chapter]
> Wild Road, Book 01

Secure in a world of privilege and safety, Tag is happy with life as a house cat – until the dreams begin. Hazy dreams of strange pathways, of a mission he must undertake and of a terrible responsibility he will bear. A magical quest fantasy in the style of Watership Down.

The Wild Road by Gabriel King
King, Gabriel
Gabriel King
[field_chapter]
> Wild Road, Book 02

Ancient legend speaks of a golden cat whose coming will heal the troubled world. But the Queen of Cats has three golden kittens – and when two are stolen away, the distraught parents turn to Tag, the new guardian of magical wild roads, for help. A magical quest fantasy in the style of Watership Down.

The Golden Cat by Gabriel King
King, Gabriel
Gabriel King
[field_chapter]
> Wild Road, Book 03

The hamlet of Ashmore lies at the intersection of several dream highways of the mythical wild roads. For Anna it offers the perfect escape, and she adopts two stray kittens - but her arrival has set in motion a nightmarish chain of events... A magical quest fantasy in the style of Watership Down.

The Knot Garden by Gabriel King
King, Gabriel
Gabriel King
[field_chapter]
> Wild Road, Book 04

John adores the old manor Nonesuch, but for his wife Anna the legacy is tainted, inextricably linked with John's cousin, known as the Witch of Ashmore, who tried so hard to destroy Anna and the cats she holds dear. The grim mystery at the heart of Nonesuch starts to be revealed... A magical quest fantasy in the style of Watership Down.

Nonesuch by Gabriel King
Ascherson, Neal
Neal Ascherson
[field_chapter]

An unforgettable recreation of life in wartime, and of the tragic fate of Poland in the 20th century. A novel about sabotage, betrayal and the terrible sadness of exile.

The Death of the Fronsac: A Novel by Neal Ascherson
Boström, Mattias
Mattias Boström
[field_chapter]

The story of the most famous detective in the world; a fast-paced and exciting living portrait of a phenomenon and icon of popular culture.

The Life and Death of Sherlock Holmes by Mattias Boström
Dibdin, Emma
Emma Dibdin
[field_chapter]

Sophisticated thriller about a young woman drawn in by a cult.

The Room by the Lake by Emma Dibdin
Fry, Michael
Michael Fry
[field_chapter]

A one volume history of the great city of Glasgow from the Celts to Celtic by the controversial Scottish historian and biographer of Edinburgh.

Glasgow by Michael Fry
Lythell, Jane
Jane Lythell
[field_chapter]
> StoryWorld, Book 02

The second StoryWorld novel set in the glamorous, pressurized world of a live London TV station.

Behind Her Back by Jane Lythell
McGinley, Patrick
Patrick McGinley
[field_chapter]

A slice of crazed, rural, Irish gothic: the tale of murder in a small Irish village in Donegal, Bogmail is a classic of modern Irish literature.

Bogmail by Patrick McGinley
Oldfield, Mark
Mark Oldfield
[field_chapter]

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
Saba, Umberto
Umberto Saba
[field_chapter]

A coming-of-age story set in fin de siècle Trieste.

Ernesto by Umberto Saba
Self, Jonathan
Jonathan Self
[field_chapter]

A practical guide to how to conceive, launch and grow a successful ethical start-up.

Good Money by Jonathan Self
Caunitz, William J.
William J. Caunitz
[field_chapter]

A massacre at a Greek resort leads to an unlikely transatlantic partnership.

Black Sand by William J. Caunitz

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