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  • I Don’t Like Books – Never, Ever, the End

    £6.99

    I Don’t Like Books – Never, Ever, the End

    Once upon a time there was a girl called Mabel. A girl who didn’t like books. She used them for all sorts of things, from juggling to sledging, but she never looked at the stories inside. Until the books decided they had had enough! Tossed one night into the books’ pages, hopping between adventures, Mabel finally discovers what she’s been missing.

    SKU: 9781788450621 Category: Tag:
    £6.99
  • I Know You Did It

    £7.99

    I Know You Did It

    On her first day at a new school, Ruby finds a note in her locker saying I Know You Did It. She’s terrified that someone has found out she was responsible for the death of a girl called Hannah in a playground when they were both toddlers – a secret she has been keeping guiltily for ten years.

    £7.99
  • Iceland

    £19.99

    Iceland

    As much shaped by storytelling as it is by tectonic activity, Iceland’s literary heritage is one of Europe’s richest – and most ancient. Its stories have been passed down through the generations. From the captivating Norse myths, which continue to inspire contemporary authors such as A.S. Byatt, to gripping Scandinavian crime fiction and Game of Thrones, via Jules Verne and J.R.R Tolkien, W.H. Auden and Seamus Heaney, Iceland’s influence has spread far beyond its frozen shores. Taking the reader and traveller from Reykjavik and the Bay of Smokes to the remote Westfjords and desolate highlands, this is an enthralling portrait of the Land of Ice and Fire.

    SKU: 9781788311489 Category: Tag:
    £19.99
  • Igniting Darkness

    £8.99

    Igniting Darkness

    Sybella and Genevieve are assassins, trained in the convent of the God of Death himself. Having finally found one another within the treacherous world of the medieval French court, they now face a greater danger in the form of the French King himself. Sybella has already drawn his anger, and Genevieve has mistakenly courted his attention, which could do more harm to her sisters and allies than good. Yet Death will find a way, even if it’s not what one expects.

    £8.99
  • Immortal

    £6.99

    Immortal

    Jed is back in London, where it all began. But there’s no time to draw breath. The hunt continues: by the River Thames, during New Year’s Eve fireworks, and into the secret heart of St Paul’s Cathedral. If Jed can’t complete his quest within the year, he will die. Is his time really up – or just beginning?

    SKU: 9781444920499 Category: Tag:
    £6.99
  • Impossible!

    £6.99

    Impossible!

    Dog longs to visit the seaside. But the ocean is MILES away. “Impossible!” he sighs.
    Then a lost crab appears and needs help to get home. Will Dog take this chance to make his dream come true?

    SKU: 9781788815871 Categories: , Tag:
    £6.99
  • In Black and White

    £8.99

    In Black and White

    Alexandra Wilson was a teenager when her dear family friend Ayo was stabbed on his way home from football. Ayo’s death changed Alexandra. She felt compelled to enter the legal profession in search of answers. As a junior criminal and family law barrister, Alexandra finds herself navigating a world and a set of rules designed by a privileged few. A world in which fellow barristers sigh with relief when a racist judge retires: ‘I’ve got a black kid today and he would have had no hope’. In her debut book, ‘In Black and White’, Alexandra re-creates the tense courtroom scenes, the heart-breaking meetings with teenage clients, and the moments of frustration and triumph that make up a young barrister’s life.

    £8.99
  • In Darkling Wood

    £7.99

    In Darkling Wood

    When Alice’s brother gets a longed-for chance for a heart transplant, Alice is suddenly bundled off to her estranged grandmother’s house. There’s nothing good about staying with Nell, except for the beautiful Darkling Wood at the end of her garden – but Nell wants to have it cut down. Alice feels at home there, at peace, and even finds a friend, Flo. But Flo doesn’t seem to go to the local school and no one in town has heard of a girl with that name. When Flo shows Alice the surprising secrets of Darkling Wood, Alice starts to wonder, what is real? And can she find out in time to save the wood from destruction?

    £7.99
  • Inchtinn

    £7.99

    Inchtinn

    Noah’s emotionally detached mother insists on an adventurous trip to the remote Scottish island of Inchtinn. She’s hoping for some inspiration to write her next bestselling children’s book. Yet adventure isn’t the only thing that awaits their arrival.

    £7.99
  • Independence Square

    £8.99

    Independence Square

    12 years ago, Simon Davey prevented a tragedy, and ruined his own life. Once a senior British diplomat in Kiev, he lost everything after a lurid scandal. Back in London, still struggling with the aftermath of his disgrace, he is travelling on the Tube when he sees her. Olesya is the woman Simon holds responsible for his downfall. He first met her on an icy night during the protests on Independence Square. Full of hope and idealism, Olesya could not know what a crucial role she would play in the dangerous times ahead, and in Simon’s fate. Or what compromises she would have to make to protect her family. When Simon decides to follow Olesya, he finds himself plunged back into the dramatic days which changed his life forever.

    SKU: 9781529111859 Category: Tags: ,
    £8.99
  • Inside Story

    £20.00

    Inside Story

    His most intimate and epic work to date, ‘Inside Story’ is the portrait of Martin Amis’ extraordinary life, as a man and a writer. This novel had its birth in a death – that of the author’s closest friend, Christopher Hitchens. We also encounter the vibrant characters who have helped define Martin Amis, from his father Kingsley, to his hero Saul Bellow, from Philip Larkin to Iris Murdoch and Elizabeth Jane Howard, and to the person who captivated his twenties, the alluringly amoral Phoebe Phelps. What begins as a thrilling tale of romantic entanglements, family and friendship, evolves into a tender, witty exploration of the hardest questions: how to live, how to grieve, and how to die? In his search for answers, Amis surveys the great horrors of the 20th century, and the still unfolding impact of the 9/11 attacks on the 21st – and shares all he has learned on how to write.

    SKU: 9781787332751 Category: Tag:
    £20.00