The Little Book of Colouring: Patterns
By Peace in Your Pocket, Amber Anderson
Filled with intricate patterns and uplifting quotes, keep these books in your handbag or by your bedside so you can colour yourself happy, whatever the time of day. It is impossible to close the cover on this book without feeling calmer and more inspired than when you opened it. Printed on top quality paper, this pocket-sized book is packed with uplifting quotes and over forty stunning patterns, which will warm the heart and kickstart creativity. Other titles in the series: The Little Book of Colouring: In Bloom, The Little Book of Colouring: Tropical Paradise and The Little Book of Colouring: Animal Kingdom.
The Little Book of Colouring: In Bloom
By Peace in Your Pocket, Amber Anderson
Filled with intricate patterns and uplifting quotes, keep these books in your handbag or by your bedside so you can colour yourself happy, whatever the time of day. It is impossible to close the cover on this book without feeling calmer and more inspired than when you opened it. Printed on top quality paper, this pocket-sized book is packed with uplifting quotes and over forty stunning illustrations from vintage floral patterns to intricate wildflower meadows, this book will help you relax, de-stress and kickstart your creativity. Other titles in the series: Little Book of Colouring: Animal Kingdom and The Little Book of Colouring: Patterns.
The Little Book of Colouring: Tropical Paradise
By Peace in Your Pocket, Amber Anderson
Filled with intricate patterns and uplifting quotes, keep these little books in your handbag or by your bedside so you can colour yourself happy, whatever the time of day. It is impossible to close the cover on these books without feeling calmer and more inspired than when you opened them. Printed on top quality paper, each of these pocket-sized volumes is packed with uplifting quotes and over forty stunning illustrations from tropical palms to birds of paradise, this book will help you relax, de-stress and kickstart creativity. Other titles in the series: The Little Book of Colouring: In Bloom, The Little Book of Colouring: Animal Kingdom and The Little Book of Colouring: Patterns.
The Life Intended
By Kristin Harmel
After her husband's sudden death over ten years ago, Kate Westhoven never expected to be lucky enough to find another love of her life. But now she's planning her second walk down the aisle to a perfectly nice man. So why isn't she more excited?At first, Kate blames her pre-wedding jitters on stress. But when she starts seeing Patrick, her late husband, in her dreams, she begins to wonder if she's really ready to move on. Is Patrick trying to tell her something about his death and is there a chance his nighttime visits could be more than just wishful thinking?
Land Where I Flee
By Prajwal Parajuly
Live and Let Drood
By Simon R. Green
The name is Drood, Eddie Drood - and yes, I'm now the last. Recently, my family was wiped out, but I will get them back.Eddie recently suffered a slight case of death, but thanks for Molly, his best girl (who also happens to be a powerful witch), he managed to get over that right quick. Unfortunately, his family wasn't so lucky - his family home, Drood Hall, was destroyed in his absence, and all of his relatives were killed.He's not fond of being the Last Drood, but he soon realises that things aren't exactly as they appeared. The home wasn't destroyed; it was caught in a dimension engine, sending Drood Hall and everyone inside it into an alternate Earth, and replacing it with a burnt-out dopplegänger. Eddie's family is out there - somewhere! - all he has to do is find them.Live and Let Drood is the sixth title in New York Times bestselling author Simon R. Green's Secret History series featuring Eddie Drood.
By Brian Moynahan
Shostakovich's Seventh Symphony was first played in the city of its birth on 9 August, 1942. There has never been a first performance to match it. Pray God, there never will be again. Almost a year earlier, the Germans had begun their blockade of the city. Already many thousands had died of their wounds, the cold, and most of all, starvation. The assembled musicians - scrounged from frontline units and military bands, for only twenty of the orchestra's 100 players had survived - were so hungry, many feared they'd be too weak to play the score right through. In these, the darkest days of the Second World War, the music and the defiance it inspired provided a rare beacon of light for the watching world. Setting the composition of Shostakovich's most famous work against the tragic canvas of the siege itself and the years of repression and terror that preceded it, Leningrad: Siege and Symphony is a magisterial and moving account of one of the most tragic periods in history.
The Last Alibi
By David Ellis
By Jakob Ejersbo
Two young men from very different backgrounds. Christian is the son of Danish ex-pats; Marcus works as a house boy for a Swedish family, hoping they will eventually take him back to Europe with them. Their friendship defines a divided continent. When they decide to go into business together - a teenage dream of playing at discos - they unwittingly set a collision course. But will it be love or money that tears the two apart? Spanning a decade from the dawn of the 1980s, the story of Marcus and Christian's dissolving friendship plays out amid a vast cast of characters, all fighting to make their way in a country defined by corruption. As the Tanzanian authorities and European aid agencies compete to line their own pockets, the rise of 'the disease' threatens to lay waste to an already stricken continent.
By Elizabeth Aaron, Erin Reinhelt
The Lullaby of Polish Girls
By Dagmara Dominczyk
The Liar's Daughter
By Laurie Graham
By Joanna Bolouri
'I would give this book 6 stars if I could!' Amazon reviewer. The bestselling romantic comedy, perfect for fans of Don't Stop Me Now and The Bucket List to Mend a Broken Heart.Phoebe Henderson may be single but she sure doesn't feel fabulous. It's been a year since she found her boyfriend Alex in bed with another woman, and multiple cases of wine and extensive relationship analysis with best friend Lucy have done nothing to help. Faced with a new year but no new love, Phoebe concocts a different kind of resolution. The List: ten things she's always wanted to do in bed but has never had the chance (or the courage!) to try. A bucket list for between the sheets. One year of pleasure, no strings attached. Simple, right? Factor in meddlesome colleagues, friends with benefits, getting frisky al fresco and maybe, possibly, true love and Phoebe's got her work cut out for her.[*Contains adult material*]
Loss of Innocence
By Davi Patterson, Richard North Patterson
June, 1968. America is in a state of turbulence, engulfed in civil unrest and uncertainty. Yet for Whitney Dane - spending the summer of her twenty-second year on Martha's Vineyard - life could not be safer, nor the future more certain. Educated at Wheaton, soon to be married, and the youngest daughter of the patrician Dane family, Whitney has everything she has ever wanted, and is everything her all-powerful and doting father, Charles Dane, wants her to be. But the Vineyard's still waters are disturbed by the appearance of Benjamin Blaine. An underprivileged, yet fiercely ambitious and charismatic young man, Blaine is a force of nature neither Whitney nor her family could have prepared for. As Ben's presence begins to awaken independence within Whitney, it also brings deep-rooted Dane tensions to a dangerous head. And soon Whitney's set-in-stone future becomes far from satisfactory, and her picture-perfect family far from pretty.A sweeping family drama of dark secrets and individual awakenings, set during the most consequential summer of recent American history.
The Life of Rebecca Jones
By Angharad Price
In the early years of the last century, Rebecca is born into a rural community in the Maesglasau valley in Wales; her family have been working the land for a thousand years, but the changes brought about by modernity threaten the survival of her language, and her family's way of life. Rebecca's reflections on the century are delivered with haunting dignity and a simple intimacy, while her evocation of the changing seasons and a life that is so in tune with its surroundings is rich and poignant. The Life of Rebecca Jones has all the makings of a classic, fixing on a vanishing period of rural history, and the novel's final, unexpected revelation remains unforgettable and utterly moving.
The Light and the Dark
By Mikhail Shishkin
The Library of Unrequited Love
By Sophie Divry
The Lewis Trilogy
By Peter May
The isle of Lewis is a land of strange beauty, harsh living and inhabitants of deep-rooted faith. Detective Inspector Fin Macleod returns from Edinburgh to the island of his childhood to investigate a series of brutal killings. As old memories resurface and old friends reappear, Fin realizes that returning to the past will lead him into danger.
By Laura Wilson
Shortlisted for the CWA Gold Dagger Award and the CWA Ellis Peters Award for Historical Crime Fiction. It is the autumn of 1940, and London is in the terrifying grip of the Blitz. An unidentified female corpse is discovered in an alleyway in Soho - the fourth to the have been found in a matter of weeks. The women - all prostitutes - have been horribly mutilated. Rene is a Soho prostitute with a young son to support. She's learnt to cope with the air-raids, but each night on the streets is a terrifying ordeal as the killer begins to pick off her friends. Lucy is a young, middle-class office worker living with her family in Clapham, her head full of romantic notions of how love ought to be. She struggles to make sense of things as her peaceful suburban life degenerates into chaos while London burns and crumples under aerial bombardment. Jim is a fighter pilot, handsome and much admired for his heroism in battle. The killer instinct makes him perfectly suited to the daily challenge he faces above the skies of southern England, but the strain is beginning to tell. In ordinary circumstances, their paths might never have crossed, but in war-torn London, anything can happen, and one night a bomb falls, with terrifying consequences for them all...
A Little Death
By Laura Wilson
Shortlisted for the Anthony Award for Best Paperback Original and the CWA Ellis Peters Award for Historical Crime Fiction. London, 1955. Three bodies are found in a house - but when the police search for the murder weapon, vital evidence is destroyed. One of the victims is former society beauty Georgina Gresham, prime suspect in the notorious murder of her husband, James, almost thirty years earlier. Beside her lie the bodies of her brother Edmund and housekeeper Ada. But there is a link with the past. In the 1890s, in a beautiful garden, three children played together. Their lives were secure, their future certain - until the youngest child was found with fatal head injuries...