• Adult,  Big Book

    Unwritten Letters to Spring Street

    Jacquelyn Frith December 1941. Jack Frith left his family and his life to go to war like so many others, uncertain whether he would come home. Whilst in a convoy bound for the Middle East the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbour,…

  • Adult,  Big Book

    Hidden Intentions

    Dave Flint Toby could… and Toby would. ‘Enjoy yourself as you rot, old man. And you’re not my dad – you never were.’ Southern England, September 1957. When thirteen-year-old Toby Mitcher’s mum collapses, never to wake up, Toby’s alcoholic stepfather…

  • Adult,  Big Book

    Fix: Sex, Lies and Banking

    Lily Temperley What’s love got to do with it? Patrick Harrington is handsome, wealthy and successful. He is also a high-functioning addict that craves his next fix. His vices of choice are money and women: taking risks at work and…

  • Adult,  Big Book

    A Cellist Soldier

    Robert J Fanshawe A British Battalion moves up ready for the World War One 1917 battle of Arras. A much loved Regimental Sergeant Major is blown up, the man taking his place intensely disliked. A patrol is sent into No…

  • Adult,  Big Book

    If Only They Could Talk

    Ian Walker Miles Goodyear’s whole life has been planned out for him. Born into a wealthy brewing family in Chesterfield between the wars, he knows he will go to the local grammar school, followed by St John’s College, Oxford. After…

  • Adult,  Big Book

    Walk a Narrow Line

    Rod Graham Driven on unrelentlessly not to be beaten down by failure, this is one man’s extraordinary true-life story, which highlights the ever-present need to find your way in the world. Across the diverse life adventures over a seventy-year period,…

  • Adult,  Big Book

    Change Leadership

    Bill Mann 80% of change projects fail. It’s a staggering amount. The most common reason is a reluctance to change by the people involved. It’s not surprising really: people make up a business and it’s those same people who must…

  • Adult,  Big Book

    Music as Medicine

    Daphne Bryan PhD Music can play an important part in our lives yet how many of us appreciate the effect it has on our brains, bodies and moods, or understand how we can use music as a medicine? Music has…

  • Adult,  Big Book

    Charles Dickens: My Life

    Derwin Hope When Charles Dickens died prematurely on the 9th June 1870 aged only 58, he left behind a legacy unsurpassed in English fictional literature. But he also wanted to write his true life story and this remained undone. 150…