The Dark Angel: THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER (The Dr Ruth Galloway Mysteries…


THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER

‘My favourite current crime series’ Val McDermid

Dr Ruth Galloway is flattered when she receives a letter from Italian archaeologist Dr Angelo Morelli, asking for her help. He’s discovered a group of bones in a tiny hilltop village near Rome but doesn’t know what to make of them. It’s years since Ruth has had a holiday, and even a working holiday to Italy is very welcome!

So Ruth travels to Castello degli Angeli, accompanied by her daughter Kate and friend Shona. In …

Bette And Joan: THE DIVINE FEUD


‘An absolute must-read’ VANITY FAIR

Bette Davis and Joan Crawford: two of the deadliest arch-rivals of all time. Born in the same year (though Davis swore ‘Crawford is five years older than me if she’s a day’), the two fought bitterly throughout their long and brilliant Hollywood careers. Joan became a star first, which always irked her rival, who suggested her success had come via the casting couch. ‘It sure as hell beats the hard cold floor’ was Crawford’s scathing response. According to…

Addition and Subtraction Workbook Ages 5-7: New Edition (Collins Easy Learn…



This fun range of Maths and English activity books really helps to boost your child’s progress at every stage of their learning. The series builds important skills in line with their learning at school. Each activity is designed to give your child a real sense of achievement. * Helps to boost confidence and develop good learning habits for life. * Motivates children to learn at home using activities that make learning fun. * Includes helpful tips and answers so that you easily support your…

The Road to Somewhere: The New Tribes Shaping British Politics


SUNDAY TIMES, GUARDIAN AND TELEGRAPH BOOKS OF THE YEAR 2017

‘A provocative take on the UK’s new tribal divisions … a book whose timing is pitch-perfect’ Andrew Marr

Many Remainers reported waking up the day after the Brexit vote feeling as if they were living in a foreign country. In fact, they were merely experiencing the same feeling that many British people have felt every day for years.

Fifty years ago, people in leafy North London and people in working-class Northern towns could vote…

The Sleep of Reason: The James Bulger Case



Friday, 12th February, 1993. Two outwardly unremarkable ten-year-old boys began the day by playing truant and ended it running an errand for the local video shop. In between they abducted and killed a two-year-old boy, James Bulger. In search of an explanation, award-winning journalist David James Smith looks behind the misinformation, misunderstanding and sensational reporting to an exact account of the events of that day. A sensitive and definitive account, The Sleep of Reason achieves a…