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  • Brave New Woman

    Chris Bean

    £7.99

    It is 2050. Jason and Amanda are top professionals working on an offshore drilling rig involved in the capture of methyl hydrate from the bottom of the Aleutian Trench. They find themselves sole survivors of a catastrophic break-up of their rig, brought about by unprecedented movements of the earth's tectonic plates. A consequent tsunami and triggered volcanic eruptions decimate the planet, wreaking hav

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  • 100 Days of Positivity, Hope and Growth

    Suzi Sung

    £6.99

    Sometimes you just need a little pick-me-up - this is a self-help book without the long chapters, for people who want quick and useful tips on how to deal with the punches that life throws at them. From break-ups to regrets, daily self-doubt to loneliness, this book will provide fresh perspectives on how to look at a situation more positively and tackle things more proactively. This book is not long,

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  • The Lost Flower

    Sandipan

    £8.99

    ‘Dear Father James, At the right corner of the rear end of the graveyard, Lucy is waiting for you. Thank you.' Twenty-four hours ago, Father James had watched as Lucy was viciously kidnapped by four unknown men and bundled into a van. Her screams muffled, her loyal friend looked on in horror with Lucy's five-year-old son, Peter. Upon finding Lucy's bloodstained body in the

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  • The Not So Silent World of Danny Valentine Rocker

    Mitchell Levene

    £8.99

    Having lost his hearing completely by the age of ten, Danny Valentine-Rocker's extraordinary lip-reading skills are employed simultaneously by the British Government's MI6 to obtain sensitive information in the interest of national security, and by a glossy gossip magazine to appease the general public's insatiable appetite for controversy (as well as that of his fame-obsessed mother). His talents also

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  • A Stone for Maddie Green

    Eben Beukes

    £10.99

    Four months after she was taken, there is still no word on the disappearance of Maddie Green, daughter of international supermodel, Sarah Green, and the police search has stalled. Disturbing images of a young girl start appearing on the Dark Web; could this be Maddie? Riad, a homicide detective with PTSD joins the search, but he has problems of his own and other cases to work. As details of Sarah'

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  • Poems for The Lost, The Lonely & The Broken (Bloodied But Unbowed)

    Dave Griffin

    £4.99

    This is a collection of poetry that is written from the heart, by a bloke whose heart was broken and to help it mend he tried to write down his feelings. This book of poems is the result. They are for everyone that has ever loved, lost and felt broken. They are for everyone who has ever felt alone and that no one else could possibly know what they are going through. They are for love...

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  • Dodgy Mike

    Michael Yiannoudes

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    This is the story of Michael. Dodgy Mike features real, witty, comical stories about family, friends, rebellious youth, teenage pranks, travels and adulthood. The anecdotes are reminiscent of a John Hughes classic filled with a little nostalgia for those 1980s' kids. They are tales you can relate to but also the types of stories you can never imagine happening to you. They are laced with mir

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  • Tristan

    Analina MacEwan

    £15.99

    Isobel, full of dreams and ready to embrace the adventure, moves to the other side of the world with her new husband. Years later, a divorced single parent and mourning the loss of her partner, she meets Tristan and her life changes completely. Tristan is tall, handsome, twelve years her junior and in love with her. Isobel allows herself to believe that this time her dreams really can come true, but Tris

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  • Zodiac

    Mark Ashthorpe

    £6.99

    Zodiac is the sequel to Chameleon and is the second book in the Leeston CID series, reuniting familiar characters. The Zodiac Club is a group of like-minded individuals, all seemingly respectable, whose lives are now at risk because of certain events from the past. An accident sparks an investigation for Leeston CID, drawing them inevitably to the club. Now, these past ev

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  • Once in a Lifetime

    Noel Thomson

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    Born into poverty, Tommy bought himself up and starting running with the wrong crowd until a social worker and police officer offered him an amazing opportunity. He was an extremely shrewd and independent young man who dreamed of making a better life for himself so grabbed the opportunity on offer. Fostered by a loving family, his life took a turn for the better as he finally began to understand what a l

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  • Kingdom In Peril: A Curious Fable

    Lora Gridneva

    £10.99

    The earth has been invaded by Antipodals from an enemy galaxy. Smelan, king of the earth, visits God who advises him to seek the help of the Superbiotechs, the Primleans, from the star, Prima. The Primlean, Nuri, is Smelan's special guide as Smelan is forced to await events separated from his beloved wife, Lorella, children and grandchildren. Will the Primleans succeed in getting rid of the Antip

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  • Travelling Light Legends of an Indian Fakir

    Naginder Sehmi

    £5.99

    Go along with Baba Nanak, an Indian fakir of the fifteenth century, who travelled through strange lands extending from Arabia to Tibet and Afghanistan to Sri Lanka for twenty-four years. He encountered demons, magicians, cannibal-kings, magician-queens, thieves, and malefactors of all kinds and taught them how live correctly. The real hero is his companion Mardana, who is funny and entertaining and always finds hi

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