Books

Format: 06/2019
Format: 06/2019
Liu, Cixin
Cixin Liu
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When Chen's parents are incinerated before his eyes by a blast of ball lightning, he devotes his life to cracking the secret of this enigmatic natural phenomenon. His search takes him to across mountain peaks and deep into highly classified subterranean labs.

Ball Lightning by Cixin Liu
Thomson, Ian
Ian Thomson
[field_chapter]

A biography of the great epic poem.

Dante's Divine Comedy by Ian Thomson
Cruickshank, Dan
Dan Cruickshank
[field_chapter]

The story of the first great skyscraper, and the transformation of the modern city.

Skyscraper by Dan Cruickshank
Hamilton, James
James Hamilton
[field_chapter]

A concise history of one of the world's greatest and most comprehensive museum collections, from its founding in 1753 to the present day.

The British Museum by James Hamilton
Mackay, Malcolm
Malcolm Mackay
[field_chapter]

A novel of crime and corruption is set in a brooding, rain-swept Scottish city burdened by a history that is compellingly different from the one we think we know.

In the Cage Where Your Saviours Hide by Malcolm Mackay
Knight, Henrietta
Henrietta Knight
[field_chapter]

Retired racehorse trainer and bestselling author, Henrietta Knight, probes the secrets of thirty top National Hunt trainers in England and Ireland.

The Jumping Game by Henrietta Knight
Thompson, Laura
Laura Thompson
[field_chapter]

The case of Edith Thompson and her lover Frederick Bywaters, both hanged for murder in 1923.

Rex v Edith Thompson by Laura Thompson
Jones, Catherine
Catherine Jones
[field_chapter]
> Little Woodford, Book 01

Trouble comes to the sleepy market town of Little Woodford - a world of allotments, pub quizzes, shopping and gossip - the heart of middle England.

Little Woodford by Catherine Jones
Andress, David
David Andress
[field_chapter]

A blistering assessment of the West's abandonment of history as it succumbs to an attack of social and cultural dementia, by leading historian David Andress.

Cultural Dementia by David Andress
Low, Shari
Shari Low
[field_chapter]

Hilarious, heartfelt stories of a mother and her two sons from egg to empty nest.

Because I Said So by Shari Low
Masterton, Graham
Graham Masterton
[field_chapter]
> Katie Maguire, Book 09

Police corruption, whistleblowers and murder. DCI Katie Maguire investigates a string of police murders in the new thriller from Graham Masterton.

Dead Men Whistling by Graham Masterton
Gately, Iain
Iain Gately
[field_chapter]

An alternative travel book about the author's quest to achieve his surfing dream before it's too late.

The Secret Surfer by Iain Gately
Lodato, Victor
Victor Lodato
[field_chapter]

Eight-year-old Edgar remembers nothing of the terrible accident people still whisper about. A family epic about a desperate search for a little boy who's lost.

Edgar and Lucy by Victor Lodato
Panowich, Brian
Brian Panowich
[field_chapter]

In this sequel to Bull Mountain, the sheriff can't escape his brutal family legacy.

Like Lions by Brian Panowich
Sterchi, Beat
Beat Sterchi
[field_chapter]

An extraordinary Swiss-German novel about a magnificent cow and the Spanish immigrant worker who looks after her.

Cow by Beat Sterchi

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