• Adult,  Big Book

    Your Invisible Enemy, Your Invisible Power

    Loreen McKeller Using scientific research to back up popular law of attraction teachings Your Invisible Enemy, Your Invisible Power is the first book to identify that significant numbers of fans of the law of attraction are suffering from depression, anxiety,…

  • Big Book,  YA

    Breeze

    Sarah Asuquo Being a teenager is complicated enough. Add a superpower to the mix, and it gives “glow up” a whole new meaning. At Aspire Academy, East London, there are countless cliques and weekly trends, but Breeze isn’t interested in…

  • Adult,  Big Book

    Entanglement

    Peter Hodge This is a story where Western values meet’s the volatility of Eastern Europe, in the throes of revolutionary change – where an elite’s vision of righteousness, is another’s contempt; all merged into a maelstrom of anger and violence.…

  • Adult,  Big Book

    Cookfulness

    Ian Taverner Create Space For The Happy Stuff! This cookbook is crammed full of new and innovative ways, hints and tips, designed specifically for people with chronic pain and mental health conditions, by me, a fellow sufferer. It is all…

  • Big Book,  YA

    Poisoned

    Jennifer Donelly Once upon a time, a girl named Sophie rode into the forest with the queen’s huntsman. Her lips were the color of ripe cherries, her skin as soft as new-fallen snow, her hair as dark as midnight. When…

  • Adult,  Big Book

    Digital Monsters

    Vivian Asimos Horror storytelling online has a rich history as detailed and long as the internet itself. Digital Monsters explores many of these narratives and reads them to see what these stories tell us about the internet, about digital communities,…

  • Adult,  Big Book

    Bent Coppers

    Norman Pilcher London, England, 1967. An explosion of recreational drugs has resulted in the emergence of an anti-establiment hippy culture, worsening crime rates and an increasingly paranoid tabloid press. A young and ambitious police officer joins the Metropolitan Police Drug…

  • Adult,  Big Book

    The Wit and Wisdom of Hilda Ffinch

    Juliet Warrington England, 1940. With Adolf Hitler and his henchmen goose-stepping about the place and ranting for the Fatherland on the far side of the English Channel, the villagers of Little Hope in deepest, darkest Yorkshire, are doing their very…

  • 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…