Books

Format: 01/2019
Format: 01/2019
Stabenow, Dana
Dana Stabenow
[field_chapter]

A young woman flees China, crossing the known world in search of her grandfather, Marco Polo.

Silk and Song by Dana Stabenow
Tchaikovsky, Adrian
Adrian Tchaikovsky
[field_chapter]

A bio-engineered weapon fights for its life and its right to life.

Dogs of War by Adrian Tchaikovsky
Lipscomb, Suzannah
Suzannah Lipscomb
[field_chapter]

A beautifully produced account of the creation, impact and legacy of one of the most important documents of the Tudor period – the last will and testament of Henry VIII.

The King is Dead by Suzannah Lipscomb
Adams, Max
Max Adams
[field_chapter]

A history of the peoples of Britain, in the century and a half between the first Viking raids and the expulsion of the Vikings from York in 954.

Aelfred's Britain by Max Adams
Barnes, Simon
Simon Barnes
[field_chapter]

A passionate and informative celebration of birds: the perfect gift for the hard-core or amateur twitcher – or for anyone who cares about the natural world.

The Meaning of Birds by Simon Barnes
Brown, Lorna
Lorna Brown
[field_chapter]

An illustrated story of street art in urban landscapes around the world.

Painted Cities by Lorna Brown
Bruen, Ken
Ken Bruen
[field_chapter]

A brand-new tale featuring profane antihero and disgraced former policeman Jack Taylor. Jack takes on a security job, but it's not what it seems and soon Jack is heading down ever more mysterious paths involving a blasphemous text stolen from the Vatican.

The Ghosts of Galway by Ken Bruen
Fiennes, Gerard
Gerard Fiennes
[field_chapter]

A vivid, witty and caustic view of the dying days of the golden age of rail, from a British Railways insider.

I Tried to Run a Railway by Gerard Fiennes
Fraser, Caro
Caro Fraser
[field_chapter]

Affairs, lusts and a sudden death thread through this hugely evocative multi-generational tale set in a grand country house in 1936.

The Summer House Party by Caro Fraser
Gibson, Mary
Mary Gibson
[field_chapter]

Three very different women struggle against incredible hardship in post-war South London.

Hattie's Home by Mary Gibson
Gibson, Mary
Mary Gibson
[field_chapter]

In 1920s London, three sisters struggle to make ends meet and protect their mother from the violence of their father.

Jam and Roses by Mary Gibson
Gibson, Mary
Mary Gibson
[field_chapter]

Bermondsey 1939 - in the middle of the Blitz. With her home in ruins, May joins the ATS and becomes a gunner girl. Here she finds dangerous work, new friends and rivals – and painful choices in love.

Gunner Girls And Fighter Boys by Mary Gibson
Laurence, Margaret, Lochhead, Liz
Margaret Laurence, Liz Lochhead
[field_chapter]

A vivid portrait of a woman convinced that life has more to offer her than the tedious routine of her days.

The Fire-Dwellers by Margaret Laurence
Pflüger, Andreas, Whiteside, Shaun
Andreas Pflüger, Shaun Whiteside
[field_chapter]

Bestselling European thriller starring a blind special ops agent on the hunt for a terrifying serial killer.

In the Dark by Andreas Pflüger
Adams, Max
Max Adams
[field_chapter]

A passionate and informative celebration of trees and of man's ingenuity in exploiting their resources: the perfect gift for anyone who cares about the natural world.

The Wisdom of Trees by Max Adams

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