Just Some Of Our Books

Here is just a small selection of our books. For our full catalogue please visit The Bookshop where you will be able to purchase copes directly.

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The Road to London

Booker Prize Nominated

This is a novel of extraordinary beauty and delicate prose.
A light... A birth... A journey...
An escape--not just from the whispering noise of expectations but from the growing awareness of a different life, a different path, a different quest.

The greatest love letters are written in prose but bring forth the poet's heart, awakening in the receiver an equal passion--or so the writer hopes
Will You be my Fantasy?

Star of a recent Channel Four television programme, real-life phone sex chatline girl, Jenny Ainslie-Turner, is taking the world of erotic fiction by storm with her new thriller. This eye-opening novel is already looking set to rival the Fifty Shades series. Jenny recently gave away the secrets of the phone sex business in front of millions of viewers and uses her intimate knowledge of the darker side of the sex industry to great effect in this novel.
The Du Lac Legacy- Sons of Camelot Series

Finalist in the Bisexual Book Awards

The hugely successful and controversial Arthurian series continues. The original series, The Knights of Camelot created a tidal wave of outrage with its portrayal of gay and bisexual Knights of the Round Table.
This is the second book in the second series and is already making headlines.
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The A - Z of On The Buses
The hit television sitcom On The Buses was a massive hit across the world and ran for seven seasons from 1969 to 1973. The success was in no small part due to the immense talents involved both on the screen and off. With its exceptional writers and a cast of household name actors, the series sprang from the screen to captivate audiences from that start and retains its magic to this day.
The Bedside Book for Older Cavers
Anyone who has passed the age of seventy needs to have a positive attitude to life in order to enjoy it. This book explains how 'older cavers' develop and maintain this attitude, as well as taking an active interest in their chosen sport. There is something here for everyone, not just the cavers and non-caving pensioners, but for the younger folk, who will, one day, hopefully, experience life as 'older folk'
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Slanted is a tapestry of satire and drama, love and romance, crime and redemption, and unexpected success. It will make readers laugh out loud, and at times wipe tears from their eyes-tears not of sadness, but of joy. The story is woven around the humorous dialogue and slanted antics of Aunt Hattie, who is as hilarious as she can be verbally brutal-due to candor not malice. The voice of the novel is Aunt Hattie's niece, Sam.
Runes and Rainbows
Blending informative illustrations and charts, example readings and knowledge from the author's many years of practical experience, this book will guide the reader through Runes and Rainbows, an integrated system for insight and empowerment. There are four steps to the Runes and Rainbows process. This concise book gives clear instructions and examples.
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A Twist of Fate
A compelling story of unparalleled love, daring defiance and distressing revelations. 'A Twist of Fate' is a story of a close-knit farming community in West Sussex. The lives of the Grayson's and the wealthy Fitzwilliam's families', inexplicably intertwine, resulting in an unlikely friendship between teenagers, Hannah Grayson, a farmer's daughter, and Ralph Fitzwilliam, a wealthy landowner's son. However, the attraction is not without its' setbacks.
A Bridge to Cross

A highly praised autobiography that has been hitting the headlines around the world. The book is narrated by the author from notes written as a child and the style is quite unique.

This is the true story of one family's flight from the advancing Nazis and Russians as the closed on the small town of Heidelberg in 1944.
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The Crossover
A fantasy comedy for adults and a clear homage to the great, much missed, Terry Pratchett.
In the Royal Oak in Whimbury, something big is about to happen and it's going to upset Quiz Night. The worlds of the Fairies and the Humans are about to become intertwined forever, drawn together by a very special baby. But first the Fairies need to stop squabbling for a moment and Percy Grumplet has to be persuaded to part with his wool. Then all that's needed is for the landlord of the Royal Oak to unite with Spot the Poodle and the Goblin Inventors in time to outwit the Nixies who are busy trying to put the kybosh on the whole affair.

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