Books

Format: 06/2019
Format: 06/2019
Ahnhem, Stefan
Stefan Ahnhem
[field_chapter]

The police chase a speeding car through the streets of Helsingborg, but when they reach the quay, the driver keeps going, straight into the water. But this is not a suicide...

Eighteen Below by Stefan Ahnhem
Ross, Ian
Ian Ross
[field_chapter]

The fifth novel in the Twilight of Empire series sees Aurelius Castus caught between loyalty to the Emperor Constantine and the plotting of his son.

Imperial Vengeance by Ian Ross
Dorries, Nadine
Nadine Dorries
[field_chapter]
> Lovely Lane, Book 04

The nurses of Lovely Lane face Christmas dramas at the busiest time of the St Angelus year.

Christmas Angels by Nadine Dorries
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
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
Coulthard, Sally
Sally Coulthard
[field_chapter]

An illustrated guide to everything to do with fires and firewood, combining practicality with folklore. It will get you back in touch with your ancient firemaking instincts.

The Little Book of Building Fires by Sally Coulthard
Dimitri, Francesco
Francesco Dimitri
[field_chapter]

A literary toolbox for well-being, this selection of prose by different authors has the power to promote reflection and mindfulness when read aloud.

To Read Aloud by Francesco Dimitri
Key, Simon
Simon Key
[field_chapter]

A collection of hilarious parenting tweets by dad, Twitter genius and bookshop owner Simon Key, illustrated by Moose Allain.

We're Asleep, Dad by Simon Key
LeBor, Adam
Adam LeBor
[field_chapter]
> Danube Blues, Book 01

A gripping police procedural, taking the reader on a journey into the dark heart of Hungary.

District VIII by Adam LeBor
Moore, Brian
Brian Moore
[field_chapter]

A Jesuit priest and his aid are guided through the wilds of New France by Algonkian Indians.

Black Robe by Brian Moore
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
Singh, Anita
Anita Singh
[field_chapter]

A celebration of Britain's most popular cookery contest.

The Story of The Great British Bake Off by Anita Singh
Kiberd, Declan
Declan Kiberd
[field_chapter]

A magisterial survey of the ways in which postwar Irish writers have witnessed the frustration of the promise of Irish independence.

After Ireland by Declan Kiberd
Attlee, James
James Attlee
[field_chapter]

The fascinating story of the genesis, creation and afterlife of Picasso's Guernica, the painting that is often cited as the most important work of art produced in the 20th century.

Guernica by James Attlee
Gerhardie, William
William Gerhardie
[field_chapter]

The unforgettable tale of an eccentric Belgian family through the uncertain years after WW1 and the Russian Revolution.

The Polyglots by William Gerhardie

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