Format: 02/2019
Format: 02/2019
Lev, Elizabeth
Elizabeth Lev

Botticelli painted her, Machiavelli slandered her. She led troops into battle, married a Medici, and was imprisoned by the Borgias. This is her fascinating story.

Tigress of Forli by Elizabeth Lev
Oldfield, Mark
Mark Oldfield

A brilliantly plotted crime thriller based in the worlds of Franco's Spain and modern day forensic science.

The Sentinel by Mark Oldfield
Churton, Alex
Alex Churton

What if Saddam's WMD were just a cover story for a real conspiracy infinitely more lethal? A conspiracy written in the blood at the dawn of history ...

The Babylon Gene by Alex Churton
Macbain, Bruce
Bruce Macbain
> Roman Games, Book 01

Roman Senator Pliny the Younger investigates a locked-room murder in the first in a gripping series set in Ancient Rome's most decadent age.

Roman Games by Bruce Macbain
Massie, Robert K.
Robert K. Massie

The compelling story of the man who created modern Russia, founded St Petersburg and made his country part of Europe.

Peter the Great by Robert K. Massie
Mouton, Ray
Ray Mouton

This book is more than a novel. It's a testament to one of the most harrowing problems of our time. It's the story of one man's crusade to bring justice to the victims of child abuse. And it's a journey through the dark corridors of the oldest, richest, most powerful religious institution on earth: the Roman Catholic Church.

In God's House by Ray Mouton
Weldon, Fay
Fay Weldon

A pitch-perfect story of life above and below stairs and an elegy to the last days of aristocracy and Empire.

Habits of the House by Fay Weldon
Massie, Robert K.
Robert K. Massie

The extraordinary story of an obscure German princess who became one of the most powerful women in history.

Catherine The Great by Robert K. Massie
Quigley, Sarah
Sarah Quigley

A profoundly moving story of music, survival, friendship and love in wartime Leningrad.

The Conductor by Sarah Quigley