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"She Must Have Known" Brian Masters
The authoritative book on the Frederick and Rosemary West case by the master of the genre.
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101 Foods That Could Save Your Life
101 Foods That Could Save Your Life David Grotto
An accessible, comprehensive guide to 101 power foods that can make a significant, positive impact on your health and wellbeing.
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101 Things to Do Before You Diet
101 Things to Do Before You Diet Mimi Spencer
The ultimate feel-good lifestyle book for women - because looking great isn't just about losing weight.
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1971 - Never a Dull Moment
1971 - Never a Dull Moment David Hepworth
The story of the year that rock music exploded, featuring almost every star who defined the decade
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61 Hours
61 Hours Lee Child
Winner of the prestigious Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year prize, starring today's most admired action hero, the gallant and enigmatic loner Jack Reacher.
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A Briefer History of Time
A Briefer History of Time Stephen Hawking, Leonard Mlodinow
The science classic made more accessible and more concise. Illustrated & updated with new research.
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A Captain's Duty
A Captain's Duty Richard Phillips
Published for the first time in the UK, an astonishing true story of courage, survival and heroism by the sea captain who became a national hero when he did battle with Somali pirates and exchanged his freedom for the safety of his crew - and now a powerful thrilling film starring Tom Hanks and directed by Paul Greengrass.
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A Cat, a Hat, and a Piece of String
A Cat, a Hat, and a Piece of String Joanne Harris
A brilliant new collection of short stories from Joanne Harris, author of Chocolat and Peaches for Monsieur le Cure.
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A Child Against All Odds
A Child Against All Odds Robert Winston
The nation's leading fertility expert takes us on a controversial journey into the modern science that is shaping human reproduction.
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A Country Road, A Tree
A Country Road, A Tree Jo Baker
Jo Baker, Sunday Times bestselling author of LONGBOURN, goes behind the scenes again with the life and loves of a twentieth century literary icon.
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A Curious Guide to London
A Curious Guide to London Simon Leyland
An alternative guide to the weird and wonderful history of our capital city.
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A Dark Enchantment
A Dark Enchantment Roland Vernon
Perfect middle-England storytelling from the winner of the inaugural Daily Mail First Novel Award.
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A Desert In Bohemia
A Desert In Bohemia Jill Paton Walsh
A brilliant, moving and thought-provoking novel from the author of Knowledge of Angels.
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A Girl Could Stand Up Leslie Marshall
A passionate coming-of-age novel reminscent of John Irving, about how a young girl copes in an eccentric family after the accidental death of her parents at a funfair.
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A Kill in the Morning
A Kill in the Morning Graeme Shimmin
Take the meticulous research of Robert Harris, the spy thrills of Ian Fleming, the classic action of Alistair MacLean, the dystopian vision of The Man in the High Castle, and the wild ride of a Tarantino film and you're coming close to A Kill in the Morning . . .
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A Leap of Faith
A Leap of Faith Trisha Ashley
An exuberantly funny and heart-warming novel of seizing chances and leaping into life's unknown, from the Sunday Times bestselling queen of popular fiction.
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A Lick Of Frost
A Lick Of Frost Laurell K Hamilton
Laurell K. Hamilton's bestselling and deliciously dangerous Merry Gentry adventure...
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A Merry Mistletoe Wedding
A Merry Mistletoe Wedding Judy Astley
A warm, festive and irresistably romantic new Christmas novel from bestselling author Judy Astley
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A Model American
A Model American Elsie Burch Donald
Literary novel set in Cambodia just before the triumph of the Khmer Rouge, by the author of A Rope of Sand
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A Mother's Choice Val Wood
An unmarried mother faces a terrible dilemma - can she give her son a better life by letting him go? The new saga from Sunday Times bestseller Val Wood.
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A Pleasure and a Calling
A Pleasure and a Calling Phil Hogan
In the excitement of moving into your new home did you think to change the locks? Are you sure no-one else is making use of your key? Compelling, unsettling and macabre social satire.
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A Prayer For Owen Meany
A Prayer For Owen Meany John Irving
A masterpiece from one of the great contemporary American writers.
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