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Much has been said about Lord Byron’s brilliant use of the English language and his decadent lifestyle, but comparatively less...
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The years from 1955 to 1967 saw revolutions in the Arab world that set the stage for the present continuing...
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A collection of gems from celebrated scribe Julie Burchill, she takes aim at cultural trends and social tribes of the...
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How could he turn her away? The last thing Adam Kingsley needs is another housemaid for his home and medical...
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When Dana Abraham agrees to look after her friend's secretarial agency, she must deal with Alexander Mitchell. Alex has rejected...
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Are they chasing danger, or the truth? For many years Keith Calder has been making lucrative sales of his antique...
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They were best friends. Now she’s the success story… Amy and Tony have been best friends most of their lives....
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West Africans in Britain 1900-1960 tells the story of the struggles of West African students in Britain, and their battle for...
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In September 1938, Britain and France signed the Munich Agreement, allowing Nazi Germany to occupy parts of Czechoslovakia. This agreement...
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The Sex Pistols exploded onto the UK music scene in 1976, their album Never Mind the Bollocks precipitating the punk rock movement...
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An abandoned baby. A teenage boy brutally murdered. It was early morning. There was ice on the roads but the...
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War is coming, but murder had arrived. “We thank with brief thanksgiving, whatever gods may be, that no life lives...
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In 1939, with Britain fighting for its life against Nazi Germany, the Air Transport Auxiliary was formed to back up...
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The wreck of the Wager stands next to the mutiny on the Bounty as one of the most powerful stories in the history of...
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The family life of Napoleon Bonaparte. This absorbing book describes in detail for the first time the lives of Napoleon...
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Anya listened to the words of her dying mother but she could not believe them. She was in love with...
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It was a pleasant day until the body turned up. All the local organizations were courting Mr. Horace Harvey—and his...
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Over a century after Cézanne’s death his art still obsesses and enraptures. And for the characters in this multifaceted novel,...
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In 1991 a Scottish band called Primal Scream, who had been knocking around the music scene in London to little...
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From the mean streets of East London to the intoxicating thoroughfares of Mexico City emerges a tale of two young...
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Boy, although his origins are mysterious, hails from the southside of the city, a London some time in the near...
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True accounts of World War II through the eyes of German and Japanese soldiers. ‘The Nazis entered this war under...
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Hailed by many as the world’s greatest classical actor, Sir Ian McKellan has been a leading theatrical actor for over...
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A terrorist attack is coming... but from who? MI6 field operator, Devon Gunnymede, serving time for drugs theft, is temporarily...
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Summer in a sleepy Cotswold town – or a tour to America with the local theatre group? For frazzled music...
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It seemed like paradise. But a murderer had other ideas... In Borgo San Cristoro, in Tuscany, Diana Fothergill was a...
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Nicole is your average 1990s babe: fun-loving, hard-drinking, independent, sassy. But then her gran moves in… Nicole lives with her...
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Sara's boyfriend Ian has let her down. She has to get away... The village of Carisaig on the West Coast...
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In a desperate bid to save his top spy network, Herbie Kruger goes back over the Berlin Wall… When a...
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The death of the summer… Susan Henshaw and her family have been coming to their summer house in Maine for...
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It is the Summer of 1940, and France has fallen to the invincible steamroller that is the might of Nazi...
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"Had I stumbled across another body, secretly decomposing in a secluded spot?" Press photographer Jude Baxendale takes up gardening after...
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Someone’s taking out drug lords left and right in Dallas. But this can only mean there’s a bigger threat out...
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Imagine a Holmes without his Boswell... Or, rather, imagine a Holmes without the voice of Watson. Is there a difference?...
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The Mediterranean, early 1940s. Lieutenant Harry Gilmour, captain of the S-Class submarine HMS Scourge, has been tasked with patrolling the Mediterranean...
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It seemed to be just another so-called 'adventure cruise' among the tropical islands of the Indian Ocean - the 'adventure'...
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In 1794, Henriette d'Angeville was born into a French aristocratic family in crisis. Her grandfather was guillotined and her father...
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Daniel Kirschbaum understands he has a heavenly voice - as he often jokes, God looked down on a fat kid...
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Four murders in just over a month, and not the ghost of a clue as to who has committed them....
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A new mystery featuring the remarkable team of Detective Chief Superintendent George Masters and Detective Chief Inspector Bill Green of...
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