• 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

    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…

  • Big Book,  YA

    Dawn of the Patriot

    Okimi Peters Plagued by the mysterious death of his older brother, the unassuming yet highly spirited 19 year old Ziik will be thrust on the daunting path to becoming a vigilante in the Third World. Progressively finding himself as a…

  • Adult,  Big Book

    The Russian Lieutenant

    Peter Marshall When a Russian warship arrives in Portsmouth Dockyard, a handsome uniformed officer strides down the gangway to meet Marina Peters, an English girl of Russian ancestry, who had discovered him on a dating website. She works for the…

  • Adult,  Big Book

    Caught in a Cold War Trap

    Miller Caldwell Listening to a Radio Moscow broadcast on holiday on Jura, Glasgow schoolboy Robert Harvie finds errors in the programme which he reports to the Russians. Then, as a student, the Soviets give him a grant, and so Robert…