• A Dance to the Music of Time: vol.3: Autumn


    Anthony Powell’s brilliant twelve-novel sequence chronicles the lives of over three hundred characters, and is a unique evocation of life in twentieth-century England. It is unrivalled for its scope, its humour and the enormous pleasure it has given to generations.

    Volume 3 contains the seventh, eighth and ninth novel in the series: The Valley of Bones; The Soldier’s Art; The Military Philosophers

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  • A Good Family (Library of Korean Literature)

    This collection of eight stories―cynical and sympathetic by turns―represents the author’s attempt to document and understand the conflicts, resentments, hatreds, and anxieties of contemporary family life. The title story depicts a mother’s busy day playing numerous roles―ashamed, fearless, or humble―depending on which member of her family she’s tending to. In “The Privacy of My Father,” a daughter tracks her father to Hong Kong in order to spy on what she thinks is an illicit affair. All in all, says Seo Hajin, family means deception–but these masks aren’t so easily removed.

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  • A Woman Called EVE: An Addictive Novel That Will Keep You Up All Night…: A Novel

    Sunny days and warm evening do not always make for love and happiness.

    At first, it surprised Aiden when he got the news his father was getting married to someone he had just met on holiday in Italy. Then he became suspicious, then paranoid. Who was this woman, and what was she after? His father was wealthy, very wealthy.
    When Aiden met Eve, Dominic’s new wife, she was not what he expected. He instantly fell in love with her and desired her. Everything Dominic has, Aiden wants.
    After a brief stay with Aiden and Sophia, his fiancée, Aiden returned with the happy couple to Italy, leaving Sophia behind to join them later.
    Sophia was happy for Dominic and Eve, and the arrangement with Aiden—then one of them dies…

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  • Assassin’s Creed Official 10 Books Collection Set (Books 1 – 10) (Renaissance, Brotherhood, Secret Crusade, Revelations, Unity, Underworld, Heresy, Odyssey & MORE!)

    Please Note That The Following Individual Books As Per Original ISBN and Cover Image In this Listing shall be Dispatched Collectively:

    Assassin’s Creed Official 10 Books Collection Set (Books 1 – 10):

    I will seek Vengeance upon those who betrayed my family. I am Ezio Auditore di Firenze. I am an Assassin The Year of Our Lord 1476 – the Renaissance: culture and art flourish alongside the bloodiest corruption and violence.

    I will journey to the black heart of a corrupt Empire to root out my foes. But Rome wasn’t built in a day and it won’t be restored by a lone assassin.

    The Secret Crusade:
    Niccolò Polo, father of Marco, will finally reveal the story he has kept secret all his life – the story of Altaïr, one of the brotherhood’s most extraordinary Assassins.

    Older, wiser and more deadly than ever, Master Assassin Ezio Auditore embarks on an epic journey to find the lost library of Altair.

    I am an expert swordsman. And I am skilled in the business of death. I take no pleasure in my skill. Simply, I am good at it 1735 – London.

    Black Flag:
    It’s the Golden Age of Piracy – a time when greed, ambition and corruption overcome all loyalties – and a brash young captain.

    1789: The magnificent city of Paris sees the dawn of the French Revolution.

    1862, and with London in the grip of the Industrial Revolution, the world’s first underground railway.

    Simon Hathaway, member of the Templar Inner Sanctum, brings a cool head and detached manner to his new role as Head of Abstergo Industry’s Historical Research Division.

    Kassandra is a mercenary of Spartan blood, sentenced to death by her family, cast out into exile.

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  • Beauty and Sadness (Penguin Modern Classics)

    The successful writer Oki has reached middle age and is filled with regrets. He returns to Kyoto to find Otoko, a young woman with whom he had a terrible affair many years before, and discovers that she is now a painter, living with a younger woman as her lover. Otoko has continued to love Oki and has never forgotten him, but his return unsettles not only her but also her young lover. This is a work of strange beauty, with a tender touch of nostalgia and a heartbreaking sensitivity to those things lost forever.

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  • Beauty/Beast Journal: beauty and beast notebook

    Empowering journal for beauty and the beast lovers!

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  • Black Beauty: by Anna Sewell with Original Illustrations


    Black Beauty is an 1877 novel by English author Anna Sewell. It was composed in the last years of her life, during which she remained in her house as an invalid. The novel became an immediate best-seller, with Sewell dying just five months after its publication, but having lived long enough to see her only novel become a success. With fifty million copies sold, Black Beauty is one of the best-selling books of all time. While forthrightly teaching animal welfare, it also teaches how to treat people with kindness, sympathy, and respect.

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  • Black Lives Matter: BLM Journal, Notebook, Black Power, BAE, Black Empowerment, African American, Activist, Political, 6×9, 110 Pages, White Paper

    Carry your african background with pride and honour and embrace your heritage. A great gift for the strong, educated, young and gifted. Great for the office or for school. The possibilities are endless! It’s a great size to keep in your purse or bag! SIZE: 6 X 9 PAPER: Lightly Lined on White Paper PAGES: 110 Pages COVER: Soft Cover (Matte)

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  • BLM COLLECTION: Soul To Soil

    If you found the history you learned as a child, erased your people from the story, what would you do, or say and who would you say it to?

    This compelling and thought provoking question is at the root of the noteworthy and inspiring book, BLM COLLECTION: Soul to Soil. This book emanated from the epic journey Nicola Jane embarked on, the “Sankofa 100 Miles To Freedom Tour 2022” designed to bring awareness to the Women Freedom Fighters of Southwestern Ontario, their resilience, tenacity and heroism.

    discover their truth, and to speak it.

    Nicola Jane’s new book delves into what it means to discover your truth and speak it, and shares with authenticity and honesty what exactly it means to be black in Canada today.

    “In this book BLM COLLECTION: Soul To Soil, Nicola Jane’s writing is soul stirring and deep!”

    Nicola Jane’s writing is a testament to living authentically and the impact that can have on others. If you too want to speak your truth boldly, this book is for you.

    The prose is eloquently written, but not easy, our deepest wounds surround our greatest gifts.

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  • Book Lovers: The Sunday Times bestselling enemies to lovers, laugh-out-loud romcom – a perfect summer holiday read


    One holiday. Two rivals. A plot twist they didn’t see coming…


    ‘Her best yet’ Taylor Jenkins Reid, Malibu Rising
    ‘One of my favourite authors’ Colleen Hoover, It Ends With Us
    ‘Magical, delightful, and utterly one of a kind’ Ali Hazelwood, The Love Hypothesis

    Nora is a cut-throat literary agent at the top of her game. Her whole life is books.

    Charlie is an editor with a gift for creating bestsellers. And he’s Nora’s work nemesis.

    Nora has been through enough break-ups to know she’s the one men date before finding their happy-ever-after. To prevent another dating dud, Nora’s sister has persuaded her to swap her city desk for a month’s holiday in Sunshine Falls.

    It’s a small town straight out of a romance novel, but instead of meeting sexy lumberjacks, handsome doctors or cute bartenders, Nora keeps bumping into…Charlie.

    She’s no heroine. He’s no hero. So can they take a page out of an entirely different book?

    Brimming with witty banter, characters you can’t help but fall for and off-the-charts chemistry, BOOK LOVERS is Emily Henry’s best novel yet.


    ‘Emily Henry’s books are a gift, the perfect balance between steamy and sweet’ V. E Schwab, Gallant

    ‘So smart, so funny, so sexy’ Beth O’Leary, The No-Show

    ‘Emily Henry has another hit on her hands’ Sophie Cousens, Just Haven’t Met You Yet

    ‘A thoroughly modern yet classic romance’ Sunday Times

    ‘Heartfelt, funny, and full of joy. (Also, three cheers for Nora’s super-relatable bangs journey!)’ Tia Williams, Seven Days in June

    ‘The master of witty repartee’ Daily Mail

    ‘Super fun, sassy, smart, sexy… Emily Henry is now an auto-buy author for me’ Red Magazine

    ‘Book Lovers is Schitt’s Creek for book nerds’ Casey Mcquiston, One Last Stop

    ‘The most phenomenal portrayal of enemies to lovers I have ever read. . .’ Laura Jane Williams, Our Stop

    Sunday Times bestseller, May 2022

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  • By the Sea: By the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature 2021


    By the winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Literature

    ‘One scarcely dares breathe while reading it for fear of breaking the enchantment’ The Times

    ‘Gurnah is a master storyteller’ Financial Times

    On a late November afternoon Saleh Omar arrives at Gatwick Airport from Zanzibar, a far away island in the Indian Ocean. With him he has a small bag in which lies his most precious possession – a mahogany box containing incense. He used to own a furniture shop, have a house and be a husband and father. Now he is an asylum seeker from paradise; silence his only protection.

    Meanwhile Latif Mahmud, someone intimately connected with Saleh’s past, lives quietly alone in his London flat. When Saleh and Latif meet in an English seaside town, a story is unravelled. It is a story of love and betrayal, seduction and possession, and of a people desperately trying to find stability amidst the maelstrom of their times.

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  • Carrie


    Stephen King’s legendary debut, about a teenage outcast and the revenge she enacts on her classmates, is a Classic. CARRIE is the novel which set him on the road to the Number One bestselling author King is today.

    Carrie White is no ordinary girl.

    Carrie White has the gift of telekinesis.

    To be invited to Prom Night by Tommy Ross is a dream come true for Carrie – the first
    step towards social acceptance by her high school colleagues.

    But events will take a decidedly macabre turn on that horrifying and endless night as she
    is forced to exercise her terrible gift on the town that mocks and loathes her . . .

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  • Circles of Stone: Weird Tales of Pagan Sites and Ancient Rites: 44 (British Library Tales of the Weird)

    In the wood the grey stone rose from the grass, and she cried out and ran back in panicked terror. ‘What a silly little girl,’ the nurse had said. ‘It’s only the… stone.’

    Standing stones, stone circles, tumps, barrows and ancient clearings still remain across the British Isles, and though their specific significance may be obscured by the passing of time, their strange allure and mysterious energy persist in our collective consciousness.

    Assembled here in tribute to these relics of a lost age are accounts of terrifying spirits haunting Stonehenge itself, stories of awful fates for those who impose modernity on the sacred sites and grim tales in which unwitting trespassers into the eternal rites of pagan worship find themselves part of an enduring legacy of blood. To represent the breadth of the sub-genre, authors include Arthur Machen, Algernon Blackwood and Rosalie Muspratt alongside lesser-known writers from the periodicals and journals of the British Library collections.

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  • Classic Victorian & Edwardian Ghost Stories (Tales of Mystery & The Supernatural)


    This is a book to be read by a blazing fire on a winter’s night, with the curtains drawn close and the doors securely locked. The unquiet souls of the dead, both as fictional creations and as ‘real’ apparitions, roam the pages of this haunting selection of ghost stories by Rex Collings.

    Some of these stories are classics while others are lesser-known gems unearthed from this vintage era of tales of the supernatural. There are stories from distant lands – ‘Fisher’s Ghost’ by John Lang is set in Australia and ‘A Ghostly Manifestation’ by ‘A Clergyman’ is set in Calcutta. In this selection, Sir Walter Scott (a Victorian in spirit if not in fact), keeps company with Edgar Allen Poe, Sheridan Le Fanu and other illustrious masters of the genre.

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  • Clock Dance


    A bittersweet novel of family and self-discovery from the bestselling, award-winning author of French Braid

    Willa Drake can count on one hand the defining moments of her life: her mother’s disappearance when she was just a child, being proposed to at an airport at the age of twenty-one, the accident that would leave her a widow in her forties. Each time, Willa ended up on a path laid out for her by others.

    So when she receives a phone call from a stranger informing her that her son’s ex-girlfriend has been shot, she drops everything and flies across the country. The spur-of-the moment decision to look after this woman and her nine-year-old daughter leads Willa into uncharted territory and the eventual realisation that it’s never too late to choose your own path.


    ‘Anne Tyler takes the ordinary, the small, and makes them sing’ Rachel Joyce

    ‘She knows all the secrets of the human heart’ Monica Ali

    ‘A masterly author’ Sebastian Faulks

    ‘I love Anne Tyler. I’ve read every single book she’s written’ Jacqueline Wilson

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  • Crossing to Safety: Wallace Stegner (Penguin Modern Classics)


    A novel of the friendships and woes of two couples, which tells the story of their lives in lyrical, evocative prose by one of the finest American writers of the late 20th century.

    When two young couples meet for the first time during the Great Depression, they quickly find they have much in common: Charity Lang and Sally Morgan are both pregnant, while their husbands Sid and Larry both have jobs in the English department at the University of Wisconsin. Immediately a lifelong friendship is born, which becomes increasingly complex as they share decades of love, loyalty, vulnerability and conflict. Written from the perspective of the aging Larry Morgan,Crossing to Safety is a beautiful and deeply moving exploration of the struggle of four people to come to terms with the trials and tragedies of everyday life.

    With an introduction by Jane Smiley.

    Wallace Stegner (1909-1993) was the author of, among other novels, Remembering Laughter, 1937; A Shooting Star, 1961; Angle of Repose (Pulitzer Prize), 1971; The Spectator Bird (National Book award), 1977; Recapitulation, 1979. Three of his short stories have won O.Henry prizes, and in 1980 he received the Robert Kirsch award from the Los Angeles Times for his lifetime literary achievements. His collected stories were published in 1990.

    Jane Smiley is the author of many novels and works of non-fiction, including, most recently, “Thirteen Ways of Looking at the Novel”, about the history and anatomy of the novel. Her most recent novel is “Good Faith”. She won the Pulitzer Prize in 1992 for “A Thousand Acres”, and was shortlisted for The Orange Prize in 2001 for Horse Heaven.

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  • Damnable Tales: A Folk Horror Anthology

    This richly illustrated anthology gathers together classic short stories from masters of supernatural fiction including M. R. James, Sheridan Le Fanu and Arthur Machen, alongside lesser-known voices in the field including Eleanor Scott and Margery Lawrence, and popular writers less bound to the horror genre, such as Thomas Hardy and E. F. Benson. These are damnable tales, selected and beautifully illustrated by Richard Wells. They stalk the moors at night, the deep forests, cornered fields and dusky churchyards, the narrow lanes and old ways of these ancient places, drawing upon the haunted landscapes of folk-horror – a now widely used term first applied to a series of British films from the late 1960s and 1970s: Witchfinder General (1968), Blood on Satan’s Claw (1971), and The Wicker Man (1973). But as this collection shows, writers of uncanny fiction were dabbling in the dark side of folklore long before. These twenty-two stories take the reader beyond the safety and familiarity of the town into the isolated and untamed wilderness. Unholy rites, witches’ curses, sinister village traditions and ancient horrors that lurk within the landscape all combine to remind us that the shiny modern, urban world might not have all the answers…

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  • Dance in Donegal

    All of her life, Irish-American Moira Doherty has relished her mother’s descriptions of Ireland. When her mother dies unexpectedly in the summer of 1920, Moira decides to fulfill her mother’s wish that she become the teacher in Ballymann, her home village in Donegal, Ireland. After an arduous voyage, Moira arrives to a new home and a new job in an ancient country. Though a few locals offer a warm welcome, others are distanced by superstition and suspicion. Rumors about Moira’s mother are unspoken in her presence but threaten to derail everything she’s journeyed to Ballymann to do. Moira must rely on the kindness of a handful of friends–and the strength of Sean, an unsettlingly handsome thatcher who keeps popping up unannounced–as she seeks to navigate a life she’d never dreamed of . . . but perhaps was meant to live. Jennifer Deibel’s debut novel delights the senses, bringing to life the sights, sounds, smells, and language of a lush country and a colorful people. Historical romance fans will embrace her with open arms.

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  • Dance Move


    ‘One of the greats’ – Lucy Caldwell, author of Intimacies
    ‘Comic brilliance’ – Sinéad Gleeson, author of Constellations
    ‘Ingenious’ – The Irish Times
    ‘Daring, funny, heartbreaking’ – Observer

    Following the prize-winning Sweet Home, Wendy Erskine’s Belfast is once again illuminated. Meet Drew Lord Haig, called on to sing an obscure hit from his youth at a paramilitary event. Meet Max as he recalls an eventful journey to a Christian film festival. And Mrs Dallesandro who dreams of being a teenager again as she sits in a tanning salon on her wedding anniversary. In these stories, Erskine’s characters’ wishes and hopes often fall short of their grasp. Brilliantly drawn, Dance Move is about the hugeness of life as seen through glimpses of the everyday.

    ‘A masterpiece’ – David Keenan, author of Monument Maker

    ‘Wendy Erskine’s debut, Sweet Home, was pitch perfect . . . Dance Move is equally brilliant’ – The Daily Mail

    ‘Erskine’s stories open slight, but they contain more than it seems possible for short stories to contain’ – Keith Ridgway, author of Hawthorn & Child

    ‘She isn’t just one of the leading writers of short fiction at work today but one of the leading writers, period.’ – Matt Rowland Hill, author of Original Sins

    As Read on BBC Radio 4
    Shortlisted for the Edge Hill Prize
    Shortlisted for the An Post Irish Book Awards Short Story of the Year
    The Irish Times Books of the Year 2022

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  • Dances with Wolves: The American Frontier Epic including The Holy Road: The Complete Epic including The Holy Road


    The book that inspired the epic movie, Dances With Wolves, and its sequel, The Holy Road, together in one volume for the first time.
    1863. The last occupant of Fort Sedgewick, Lieutenant John Dunbar watches over the American frontier. A thousand miles back east, his comrades are locked in battle with the Confederates, but out here he is alone.

    His desolate posting will bring him into contact with the lords of the southern plains – the Comanche. He has no knowledge of their customs but Dunbar is intrigued by these people and begins a transformation from which he emerges a different man. A man called Dances With Wolves.

    The story continues, 11 years later in The Holy Road. Times are hard for the Comanche. The white man is closing in from all directions, claiming land, driving the tribes on to reservations. Should the Comanche fight or make peace? Misunderstanding and duplicity lead to raids and atrocities on both sides that can have only one conclusion. The man that was John Dunbar must go to war again.

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  • Dark Fantasy Coloring Book: Dark Magical Fantasy Coloring Book For Relaxation And Mindfulness | Coloring Book For Women And Adults

    Dark Fantasy Coloring Book


    • Easy To Use: Black-and-white illustrations hand-drawn to bring out your coloring skills, optimal choice for at-home stress relief.
    • Multiple Pens Usable: This book is ideal for pens, pencils, markers, watercolors and more.
    • Single-sided Pages: No bleed-through with separate prints, making it easy to frame your favorite art.
    • Suitable Dimension: High-quality pages with a reasonable size of 8.5×11 inches.

    Let’s Create Your Masterpiece!

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  • Dɛɱơŋ SƖąყɛཞ Colouring Book: [2023] [100+] Jumbo Dɛɱơŋ SƖąყɛཞ Colouring Book For Kids And Teens With High Quality Images

    Jumbo Colouring Book With High Quality Illustrations

    Dɛɱơŋ SƖąყɛཞ Colouring Book made for all fans of Dɛɱơŋ SƖąყɛཞ – be part of the world!

    High Quality Colouring Pages Will Keep Your Little Artist Engaged & Occupied For Hours!

    Our big colouring book (8.5 x 11.5 inches pages) includes only unique custom-made illustrations for a variety of different designs and backgrounds!

    Single-sided pages allow to use any kind of coloring instruments you want!

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  • Demon Copperhead: Winner of the Women’s Prize for Fiction




    ‘Without a doubt the best book I’ll read this year.’ KATE ATKINSON
    ‘It’s EPIC. Righteously angry, DEEPLY moving and exquisitely written.’ MARIAN KEYES
    ‘Daring, entertaining and highly readable.’ The Times
    ‘Electrifying.’ Daily Mail
    ‘A blaze of a book.’ RACHEL JOYCE
    ‘A masterclass.’ RICHARD POWERS
    ‘Masterful.’ Pulitzer Prize
    ‘Powerful.’ Guardian
    ‘A work of genius.’ KATE MOSSE
    Demon Copperhead is a once-in-a-generation novel that breaks and mends your heart in the way only the best fiction can.

    Demon’s story begins with his traumatic birth to a single mother in a single-wide trailer, looking ‘like a little blue prizefighter.’ For the life ahead of him he would need all of that fighting spirit, along with buckets of charm, a quick wit, and some unexpected talents, legal and otherwise.

    In the southern Appalachian Mountains of Virginia, poverty isn’t an idea, it’s as natural as the grass grows. For a generation growing up in this world, at the heart of the modern opioid crisis, addiction isn’t an abstraction, it’s neighbours, parents, and friends. ‘Family’ could mean love, or reluctant foster care. For Demon, born on the wrong side of luck, the affection and safety he craves is as remote as the ocean he dreams of seeing one day. The wonder is in how far he’s willing to travel to try and get there.

    Suffused with truth, anger and compassion, Demon Copperhead is an epic tale of love, loss and everything in between.

    ‘Legit about to get an ‘I’d rather be reading Demon Copperhead’ sticker for my Nissan Murano.’ ROB DELANEY
    What readers are saying:

    ***** ‘An amazing, beautifully written story I cannot wait to recommend to everyone I know.’

    ***** ‘Powerful and brilliant. To immerse yourself in a Kingsolver novel is to put yourself in the hands of a master.’

    ***** ‘A must read and heart-opening book.’

    ***** ‘Raw, angry, starkly beautiful. . . Genuinely one of the best books I’ve ever read.’

    ***** ‘Amazingly complex. . . [Kingsolver] is, by far, one of the greatest living authors’

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  • Diamond Promises: Book 3 in a brand new series by beloved author Anna Jacobs


    The third book in the gripping and heartwarming new Jubilee Lake series, from multi-million-copy bestselling author Anna Jacobs

    Lancashire, 1895. Lancashire, 1895. Abigail Dawson has lived in fear of her father for thirty years. But when, after uprooting them to a grand new home in Ollerthwaite, he’s found murdered in the street, her life is turned upside down.

    Alone and caught in a web of her father’s secrets, Abigail needs someone to rely on – so when hardworking handyman Rufus promises her a new life, she’s thrilled at the chance to have a family of her own. But as they grow closer, could it be more than a marriage of convenience?

    Meanwhile, the rebuilding of the Ollerton estate is bringing new life to the valley – but old grudges, and new threats, are disturbing the peace. With plans for the Diamond Jubilee approaching, can the whole village band together to protect their home?

    *Available to pre-order now!*

    Readers love Anna Jacobs!

    ‘Amazing’ – 5 STARS

    ‘Thank you, Anna, for the pleasure you give in all your books’ – 5 STARS

    ‘Another brilliant, hard-to-put-down book’ – 5 STARS

    ‘Can’t wait for the next instalment’ – 5 STARS

    ‘A real page turner, I can’t wait to read the next one’ – 5 STARS

    ‘Another triumph for Anna Jacobs’ – 5 STARS


    Book 1 in the Jubilee Lake Saga, SILVER WISHES, is out now in hardback, eBook and audio


    Have you discovered all of Anna Jacobs’ wonderful series?

    For a story of romance, drama and family ties on Daisy Street, try the BACKSHAW MOSS series:

    For a heartwarming and emotional saga set in a Lancashire valley, try the BIRCH END series:

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  • Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde: with The Merry Men & Other Stories (Wordsworth Classics)


    With an Introduction and Notes by Dr Tim Middleton, Head of English Studies, University of Ripon and York.

    In seeking to discover his inner self, the brilliant Dr Jekyll discovers a monster. First published to critical acclaim in 1886, this mesmerising thriller is a terrifying study of the duality of man’s nature, and it is the book which established Stevenson’s reputation as a writer.

    Also included in this volume is Stevenson’s 1887 collection of short stories, The Merry Men and Other Tales and Fables.

    The Merry Men is a gripping Highland tale of shipwrecks and madness; Markheim, the sinister study of the mind of a murderer; Thrawn Janet, a spine-chilling tale of demonic possession; Olalla, a study of degeneration and incipient vampirism in the Spanish mountains; Will O’ the Mill, a thought-provoking fable about a mountain inn-keeper; and The Treasure of Franchard, a study of French bourgeois life.

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  • Dracula (Deluxe Hardbound Edition): A Timeless Novel of Gothic Fiction Vampire Novel Horror Classic Transylvania Victorian Era Supernatural Creatures … and Bloodlust Perfect…

    This is a beautiful hardbound edition of Dracula that comes with gilded edges and elegantly designed endpapers. Dracula is an epistolary novel, written as a collection of realistic but completely fictional diary entries, telegrams, letters, ship’s logs, and newspaper clippings, all of which add a level of detailed realism to Stoker’s story. At the time of its publication, Dracula was considered a ‘straightforward horror novel’ based on imaginary creations of supernatural life. Dracula has been assigned to many literary genres including vampire literature, horror fiction, the gothic novel, and invasion literature. The novel touches on themes such as the role of women in Victorian culture, sexual conventions, immigration, colonialism, and post-colonialism. Although Stoker did not invent the vampire, he defined its modern form through this novel.

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  • Dracula (Wordsworth Classics)


    Introduction and Notes by Dr David Rogers, Kingston University.

    ‘There he lay looking as if youth had been half-renewed, for the white hair and moustache were changed to dark iron-grey, the cheeks were fuller, and the white skin seemed ruby-red underneath; the mouth was redder than ever, for on the lips were gouts of fresh blood, which trickled from the corners of the mouth and ran over the chin and neck. Even the deep, burning eyes seemed set amongst the swollen flesh, for the lids and pouches underneath were bloated. It seemed as if the whole awful creature were simply gorged with blood; he lay like a filthy leech, exhausted with his repletion.’

    Thus Bram Stoker, one of the greatest exponents of the supernatural narrative, describes the demonic subject of his chilling masterpiece Dracula, a truly iconic and unsettling tale of vampirism.

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  • Edgar Allan Poe’s Classic Tales of Horror (Arcturus Ornate Classics)


    This handsome hardback collection brings together 20 chilling horror stories from the maestro of suspense, Edgar Allan Poe, presented with a gold-embossed cover design, gilded page edges and beautiful endpapers.

    Edgar Allen Poe is regarded as one of the greatest American writers and a pioneer of the horror genre, and this collection brings together some of his most celebrated tales. Themes of guilt, fear and revenge abound as the master of gothic horror transports readers to mysterious worlds, carries them on dangerous sea voyages, and investigates gruesome murders. Exploring the hidden depths of the human mind, these are tales full of thrills and intrigue.

    • The Fall of the House of Usher
    • The Tell-Tale Heart
    • The Black Cat
    • The Cask of Amontillado
    • The Masque of the Red Death
    • The Pit and the Pendulum

    This elegant pocket-sized gift edition contains the classic and unabridged stories, presented with a gold embossed cover design, ivory paper, beautifully designed endpapers and black gilded page edges. Part of the Arcturus Ornate Classics series, this edition makes wonderful gift for any lovers of classic fiction.

    ABOUT THE SERIES: Arcturus Ornate Classics are beautifully bound editions of iconic literary works across history. These compact, foil-embossed hardbacks are printed using deluxe ivory paper and make the perfect gift.

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  • Ernest Hemingway:Collection Of Novels : The Sun Also Rises Book 1-3/ For Whom the Bell Tolls/ A Farewell to Arms 1-5/ The Old Man And The Sea(Leather-bound)

    1. Ernest Hemingway

    “Maybe…you’ll fall in love with me all over again.”

    “Hell,” I said, “I love you enough now. What do you want to do? Ruin me?”

    “Yes. I want to ruin you.”

    “Good,” I said. “That’s what I want too.”

    ? Ernest Hemingway, A Farewell to Arms

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  • Falling Hard for the Royal Guard: TikTok made me buy it! A brand new debut rom com for anyone who loves romance and royalty


    Despite living in an actual castle, happily ever after is evading Margaret ‘Maggie’ Moore.

    From her bedroom in the Tower of London, twenty-six-year-old Maggie has always dreamed of her own fairy-tale ending.

    Yet this is twenty-first century London, so instead of knights on white horses, she has catfish on Tinder. And with her last relationship ending in spectacular fashion, she swears off men for good.

    And then a chance encounter with Royal Guard Freddie forces Maggie to admit that she isn’t ready to give up on love just yet… But how do you catch the attention of someone who is trained to ignore all distractions?

    Can she snare that true love’s first kiss… or is she royally screwed?

    Love is in the heir in this royally good rom com – perfect for anyone who likes relatable heroines (with great hair), hot and aloof book boyfriends (with great hats), near misses, almost kisses and a corgi or two.

    Readers are loving Falling Hard for the Royal Guard:

    ‘As light and airy as meringue’ Entertainment Weekly

    ‘A towering love story’ Daily Express

    ‘A perfect royal rom com’ Bella

    ‘Readers will be charmed’ Publishers Weekly

    ‘I fell hard for this book… The setting and the storyline were totally refreshing’ NetGalley review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

    ‘I absolutely devoured this book. There are not many books that I sacrifice sleep for, but this one had me up until nearly 3am!’ NetGalley review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

    ‘This book made me feel fuzzy and brought back my love of romance’ NetGalley review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

    ‘A jewel of a five-star read … there are some perfect British moments that will keep you hooked and make you smile. It made me so desperate to go and visit the Tower again’ NetGalley review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

    ‘What a fabulous debut for Megan Clawson. A heart-warming romance, this was a cute, memorable read. Highly recommend!’ NetGalley review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

    ‘I haven’t laughed so much in ages … I thoroughly enjoyed the romantic comedy.’ NetGalley review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

    ‘The characters really captured my heart. Very excited to see what Megan Clawson writes next!’ NetGalley review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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  • Fern Britton Collection 4 Books Set (New Beginnings, A Good Catch, The Holiday Home, The Postcard)

    Please Note That The Following Individual Books As Per Original ISBN and Cover Image In this Listing shall be Dispatched Collectively:

    Fern Britton Collection 4 Books Set:

    New Beginnings:
    A warm, witty and wise debut about the ups and downs of life as a TV presenter.Christie Lynch’s life is about to change – for ever.A journalist and single mother of two, she can’t believe her luck when she is spotted by a talent agent during an appearance on daytime TV show, Tart Talk.

    A Good Catch:
    Greer Clovelly seems to have it all: beautiful, chic and slender, she’s used to getting her own way. Greer has been in love with Jesse Behenna since her first day at school and she’s determined that one day, they’ll be married. After all, a marriage between them would join together two dynasties of Cornish fishing families to make one prosperous one.

    The Holiday Home:
    Set on a Cornish cliff, Atlantic House has been the jewel in the Carew family crown for centuries. Each year, the Carew sisters embark on the yearly summer holiday, but they are as different as vinegar and honey.Prudence, hard-nosed businesswoman married to the meek and mild Francis, is about to get a shock reminder that you should never take anything for granted.

    The Postcard:
    Life in the Cornish village of Pendruggan isn’t always picture perfect. Penny Leighton has never told anyone why she’s estranged from her mother and sister. For years she’s kept her family secrets locked away in her heart, but they’ve been quietly eating away at her. When an unwelcome visitor blows in, Penny is brought face to face with the past.

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  • Freckles: The uplifting and emotional Sunday Times top ten bestselling new novel from the author of million-copy bestseller PS, I Love You


    Discover this 5-star read: ‘Wow’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘Heartwarming’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘Uplifting’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘Thought-provoking’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐’One of those rare, special and unique heroines’⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘A joy to read’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

    What if the people who have the power to change your life are the ones who have been there all along…

    Like stars in the night sky, freckles are scattered across Allegra Bird’s arms, a legacy from her beloved father.

    Her legacy from her mother is more complicated – until one question from a stranger inspires a change. What if it isn’t about fitting in, but finding the people who make you who you are? Who would those people be?

    As she searches for connection, Allegra is about to find out that it is our differences that make life worth living – if only someone can help you to join the dots . . .

    Praise for Freckles

    ‘Fans will adore this heart-warming story about loneliness and connection’ Daily Mail

    ‘Funny, thought-provoking and original’Mirror

    ‘A warm and bittersweet tale about finding yourself through family and friendship’Sunday Telegraph

    ‘An endearing story of human frailty, connection and growth’Irish Independent

    ‘Everything a greedy reader wants: a moving story, absorbing characters, engaging writing and as much of a page-turner as you’d expect’Irish Times

    ‘Ahern was born to write and her books to be read by all’My Weekly

    ‘Fresh and timely… asking bolding what and who make us who we are, Freckles manages to team wit and wisdom harmoniously’Echo

    ‘A beautiful, hopeful book when the world needs hope most… inspiring, life-affirming and full of insight’ Cathy Kelly

    Cecelia Ahern’s previous novel Postscript was a Sunday Times bestseller w/c 16th September 2019.

    Cecelia Ahern’s book ‘Freckles’ was a Sunday Times bestseller w/c 06-09-2021.

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  • Ghostly Tales: Spine-Chilling Stories of the Victorian Age (Traditional Tales)




    This collection of tales transports the reader to a time when staircases creaked in old manor houses, and a candle could be blown out by a gust of wind, or by a passing ghost. Penned by some of the greatest Victorian novelists and masters of the ghost story genre, each story is illustrated with exquisitely eerie artwork in this special gift edition featuring an embossed textured case and a ribbon marker.

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  • Gym Diary: Workout Log Book for Man, Perfect for 2021, Gym, Fitness, Home Workout, 110 Pages, Glossy. (Workout Logs and Journals)

    Workout log book perfect for a man in 2021. The application can be found in the gym, fitness or home gym!

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    We produce unique and very simple notebooks for all of you.

    If you’re looking for simplicity, our notebooks are just for you.

    See the entire range of colors in our notebooks and choose the one that will suit you. You can buy it for yourself, but also for your loved one, children, friends or an employee. The palette of colors and descriptions of our notebooks will surely satisfy many.

    • Interior paper type : black white interior with white paper
    • Trim size: 6×9 in (15.24 x 22.86cm)
    • Bleed settings : No Bleed
    • Paperback cover finish: Glossy

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  • Her Majesty the Queen Investigates Series 3 Books Collection Set By SJ Bennett (Murder Most Royal, The Windsor Knot, A Three Dog Problem)

    Please Note That The Following Individual Books As Per Original ISBN and Cover Image Shall be Dispatched Collectively:

    Murder Most Royal
    The Windsor Knot
    A Three Dog Problem

    Her Majesty the Queen Investigates Series 3 Books Collection Set By SJ Bennett (Murder Most Royal, The Windsor Knot, A Three Dog Problem):

    Murder Most Royal:
    Elizabeth has become quite accustomed to solving even the most complex of murders. And though she quickly identifies the 70-year-old victim, Edward St Cyr, from his signet ring, the search for his killer is not so straight forward .St Cyr led an unconventional, often controversial life, making many enemies along the way in the quiet, rural world of North Norfolk, where everyone knows each other’s business.

    The Windsor Knot:
    The morning after a dinner party at Windsor Castle, eighty-nine-year-old Queen Elizabeth is shocked to discover that one of her guests has been found murdered in his room, with a rope around his neck. When the police begin to suspect her loyal servants, Her Majesty knows they are looking in the wrong place. For the Queen has been living an extraordinary double life ever since her coronation. Away from the public eye, she has a brilliant knack for solving crimes.

    A Three Dog Problem:
    Queen Elizabeth II is having a royal nightmare. A referendum divides the nation, a tumultuous election grips the United States – and the body of a staff member is found dead beside Buckingham Palace swimming pool. Is it a tragic accident, as the police think? Or is something more sinister going on? As Her Majesty looks for answers, her trusted assistant, Rozie, is on the trail of a treasured painting that once hung outside the Queen’s bedroom.

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  • Holiday Memory

    This recollection of childhood and August Bank Holiday by Dylan Thomas is reissued in a gift format with a new jacket. Dylan Thomas recreates a wonderful holiday through the eyes of a child – its events, people and the sounds, smells and tastes of the day.

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  • How To Wipe Your Arse In Thailand

    Author Pete Wood had been longing to vanish down the hippy trail into Southeast Asia ever since the 1990s. Inspired by countless colourful characters he’d met over the years, the ambitious pilgrimage abroad was less about finding himself but more about the stories and memories that were just waiting to be made. After years and years of set-backs and some close-calls (life always gets in the way of even the best-laid plans), Wood, deciding there would never be a perfect time to go travelling, threw caution to the wind to pursue a life-long dream – and it made for the craziest, most unpredictable ride of his entire life. Divided into the key milestones of his ambitious adventure, Wood recalls with heartfelt humour and intriguing hindsight the ridiculous situations he managed to get himself into. While he visited the gorgeous vistas and exotic towns that would give anyone a severe case of wanderlust, the cast of characters he came into contact with during his stay were just as important in making his journey across Thailand such a life-changing experience.Insightful cultural observations and gripping personal stories are captured in Wood’s hilarious new memoir, How to Wipe Your Arse in Thailand. As he details his four month stint in Southeast Asia, Wood covers both the highs and lows of Thai culture, with every charming anecdote told through the author’s signature frank and witty prose. While there’s adventure to be had in the author’s sprawling recollection of his life-changing journey, it’s the funny asides, observations and commentary that you wouldn’t get anywhere else that makes Pete Wood’s latest book one of the most unique travelling experiences you could get your hands on.

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  • Ibis Trilogy Amitav Ghosh Collection 3 Books Set (Sea of Poppies, River of Smoke, Flood of Fire)

    Ibis Trilogy Amitav Ghosh Collection 3 Books Set Titles in the Set Sea of Poppies, River of Smoke, Flood of Fire

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  • Irish Sentence Builders – LISTENING – Student Book (The Language Gym – Sentence Builder Books)


    The Student Book

    This Irish Listening Booklet matches to the minutest details the content of the 19 units included in the best-selling workbook for beginner-to-pre-intermediate learners “Irish sentence builders”, by the same authors.

    For best results, the two books should be used together.

    This book fully implements Dr Conti’s popular approach to listening-skills instruction, L.A.M. (aka Listening-As-Modelling), laid out in his seminal work: “Breaking the Sound Barrier: Teaching Learners how to Listen” (Conti and Smith, 2019).
    L.A.M. is based on the concept that listening instruction should train students in the mastery of the key micro-listening skills identified by cognitive psychologists.

    Each unit contains around 13 listening tasks, which provide continuous and extensive recycling of the target constructions and vocabulary items and address the development of the key listening micro-skills.

    The tasks include engaging and tested Conti classics such as: “Spot the intruder”, “Missing details”, “Faulty transcript”, “Break the flow”, “Faulty translation”, “Gapped translation” and “Listening slalom”, alongside more traditional listening comprehension tasks.

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