Books

Format: 06/2019
Format: 06/2019
Okri, Ben
Ben Okri
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A collection of essays by Ben Okri, one of Britain's foremost poets, and a Booker Prize-winning novelist, that explore such diverse themes as childhood and creativity, beauty, censorship, art and politics.

A Time for New Dreams by Ben Okri
Okri, Ben
Ben Okri
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Okri brings both poetry and story together in a fascinating new form, using writing and image pared down to their essentials, where haiku and story meet.

The Comic Destiny by Ben Okri
Roberts, Mark
Mark Roberts
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> Eve Clay, Book 05

Eve Clay goes undercover to hunt a killer who preys on women on dating sites. The fifth thriller in the Eve Clay series set in Liverpool.

A Date With Death by Mark Roberts
Roberts, Mark
Mark Roberts
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> Eve Clay, Book 05

Eve Clay goes undercover to hunt a killer who preys on women on dating sites. The fifth thriller in the Eve Clay series set in Liverpool.

Date With Death by Mark Roberts
Stelzer, Cita
Cita Stelzer
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A portrait of Winston Churchill as seen through the eyes of those who knew him best – the personal secretaries who worked for him throughout his life.

Working with Winston by Cita Stelzer
Qiufan, Chen
Chen Qiufan
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'Waste girl' Mimi becomes infected with a virus, becoming the host for an omniscient consciousness, hell-bent on righting wrongs - and igniting a class war and more.

Waste Tide by Chen Qiufan
Wall, William
William Wall
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Suzy Suzy follows a teenage girl trying to understand the chaos of her family life. Narrated by a troubled young woman, the novel weaves a tale of secrets, lies and betrayal in the pressure cooker of her formative years.

Suzy Suzy by William Wall
Badoe, Yaba
Yaba Badoe
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Three girls born on the same day in wolf light are bound together to protect the world. Blending environmentalism, magic and feminism, by award-winning Ghanaian-British filmmaker, Yaba Badoe.

Wolf Light by Yaba Badoe
Ball, Karen
Karen Ball
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The Little Book of Sewing is packed with essays, anecdotes, quotes, how to guides and practical tips.

The Little Book of Sewing by Karen Ball
Copus, Julia
Julia Copus
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An anthology of poems to make us sit up and listen, to reawaken the senses; poems that offer new ways of looking, helping us reconnect with the world around us and bring us to a place of greater clarity.

Life Support by Julia Copus
Franzosini, Edgardo
Edgardo Franzosini
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A novel about the 20th century's greatest animal sculptor – a sensitive artist destroyed by the cruelties of the First World War.

The Animal Gazer by Edgardo Franzosini
Goodkind, Terry
Terry Goodkind
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After centuries of bitter feuds and bloodshed, First Wizard Richard and Mother Confessor Kahlan have engineered a fair, peaceful kingdom. But they receive a threat that will destroy everything they have fought for.

The Scribbly Man by Terry Goodkind
Holden, Wendy
Wendy Holden
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Glamorous journalist Laura Lake hunts down the scoop of the year in the Scottish Highlands.

A View to a Kilt by Wendy Holden
Jones, Catherine
Catherine Jones
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> Little Woodford, Book 02

The town of Little Woodford seems peaceful and picture-postcard beautiful, with its marketplace, ancient church and immaculate allotments. But behind the tranquil facade, troubles are brewing...

The Bells of Little Woodford by Catherine Jones
Jones, Dan, Amaral, Marina
Dan Jones, Marina Amaral
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An artist, working with a historian, uses digital techniques to bring to life 200 photographs of the defining events and personalities of the modern world. A mini edition of Dan Jones and Marina Amaral's The Colour of Time.

The Colour of Time: A New History of the World, 1850-1960 by Dan Jones,  Marina Amaral

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