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Tretower to Clyro

By Karl Miller
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Things Get Better

By Katie Piper
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Katie Piper
Britain's most inspiring young woman helps give others the courage to cope with life's challenges, through personal anecdotes and expert advice.To look and listen to the extraordinary Katie Piper, it is difficult to comprehend the severe trauma she suffered from a brutal rape and acid attack which left her with deep physical and emotional scars. These terrible events would have crushed most people, but through her positive outlook and sheer determination, Katie has become inspirational to millions and living proof that no matter what life throws at you, if you work hard and believe - things will get better. Katie now begins to answer the question that everyone wants to know - 'Where did you find the courage?' She shares the key steps and support that led to her emotional recovery and acknowledges the pain we have all felt at times, whether suffering a breakup, life change or more serious trauma. Drawing on her own experiences and letters from other survivors, Katie shows with spectacular compassion that we can all find the strength within to carry on.
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Temptation Laid Bare

By CC Gibbs
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CC Gibbs
Miss Sofia Eastleigh, beautiful daughter of the Prince of Dalmia, in left in the charge of James, Baron Blackwood, for her own protection. But she makes it clear that protection is not the only thing she desires from him... This dutiful Scottish guard knows the dangers of distraction, and while the enemies of the Prince live, he must resist her temptations. Unless, of course, he can find a way to keep the princess out of trouble while enjoying the pleasures she has to offer him...
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Touch of Sin

By CC Gibbs
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CC Gibbs
Trixie Grosvenor has landed herself in the most embarrassing of situations: locked in a Parisian apartment with only a dead man for company, and she didn't even kill him! When renowned libertine Pasha Duras finds Trixie he certainly doesn't believe she's an innocent bystander, but that hardly matters when she looks so deliciously delectable. He agrees to accompany her back to her homeland for a chance to get to know her just a little more intimately. But what they find upon their arrival proves that Trixie is indeed the victim of a ghastly set-up and may test Pasha's growing love for the beauty in ways he could never have expected.
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To Please a Lady

By CC Gibbs
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CC Gibbs
Roxanne Forrestor, Scottish beauty and Countess of Kilmarnock, gets the surprise of her life when she finds a dashing rebel secreted away in her bedroom. She knows that hiding him is risky, but for some reason she can't bring herself to throw him out just yet . . . As things get more desperate politically, Roxanne and rebel Robbie play their own game of passionate seduction. Will their passion protect them through the coming tribulations, or are Robbie's enemies powerful enough to tear them apart forever?
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To Tell the Truth

By Anna Smith
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Anna Smith
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The Table Comes First

By Adam Gopnik
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Adam Gopnik
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  • The Tower of Bones

    By Frank P. Ryan
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    Frank P. Ryan
    Four young people have slipped from our world into the enchanted land of Tír in this 'epic adventure that just does not stop!' (Glenda A. Bixler on Authorsden), where they must face a malicious demigod and an evil witch. Alan, Kate, Mark and Mo could be an enormous force for good in this beautiful but war-torn, deeply oppressed world - but one of their number has been kidnapped and one lost, and one is changing almost beyond recognition. It's up to Alan to reunite them and restore their strength - but the Great Witch Olc, scheming in her Tower of Bones, has resurrected the malicious demigod Fangorath to use for her own evil ends, and she is planning to lure Alan into a trap.Millions are depending on them, but they're not just fighting for one world any more . . .
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  • The Traitor

    By Stephen Coonts
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    Stephen Coonts
    Abu Qasim was the perfect spy. He was the man who could bring down Bin Laden, the man who could smash Al Queda. Surrounded by fanatics in the heart of the beast, he believed in himself beyond any shadow of a doubt, believed in what he knew to be right with a faith that could withstand all adversity. He lived by his wits and played the double game to the last drop of blood. Or did he?
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    Treading the Maze

    By Lisa Tuttle
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    Lisa Tuttle
    In this exclusive short story from the award-winning author of The Mysteries, inexplicable fear of a maze leads to unexpected consequences . . .Amy and Phil are charmed by the Old Vicarage, a beautiful Glastonbury guest house surrounded by peaceful countryside. But when they look from their window and see a group of strange figures performing a ritual dance around a turf-maze, Amy feels far from peaceful. Phil insists on treading the maze, but Amy is gripped by inexplicable fear - fear that turns out to be well-founded. Dark forces are at work, and unbeknownst to them, Amy and Phil's holiday will be the last time they enjoy happiness together . . .
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    Titans of History

    By Simon Sebag Montefiore
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    Simon Sebag Montefiore
    Our world has been shaped by just a few people. These giants include kings, whores, poets, conquerors, empresses, composers, explorers and psychopaths.This is the history of the world told through the entertaining, horrifying and inspiring characters that everyone should know.
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    Toploader

    By Ed O'Loughlin
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    Ed O'Loughlin
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    Titans of the Middle East

    By Simon Sebag Montefiore
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    Simon Sebag Montefiore
    Simon Sebag Montefiore, one of our pre-eminent historians, presents the lives of some of the most influential figures in the History of the Middle East. In short profiles, spanning the centuries, he provides key insights in the characters who shaped the region, and the wider modern world. This is an exclusive ebook edition, a preview of the author's forthcoming work Titans of History.
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    Ten Years On

    By Alice Peterson
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    Alice Peterson
    Rebecca is happily married to Olly and content with her job at a glamorous London art gallery. But when tragedy strikes, she decides to move back to her childhood home in the country, hoping time will help her to heal. Joe, born in the same country town as Rebecca, had a falling out with her a decade earlier. Now he's the successful owner of a wine bar, Maison Joe, and is breaking local hearts by dating a striking actress, Peta. Rebecca finds living with her parents again a challenge. Nor is it easy to discover that Joe lives and works too close for comfort. When she sees him once more, memories rush back to haunt her, along with unanswered questions about the past. Why did they lose touch? What was Olly hiding? Can Rebecca answer those questions and move on?
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    Treblinka

    By Chil Rajchman
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    Chil Rajchman
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    The Third Day

    By Chochana Boukhobza
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    Chochana Boukhobza
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    Thick as Thieves

    By Peter Spiegelman
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    Peter Spiegelman
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    Tiny Sunbirds Far Away

    By Christie Watson
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    Christie Watson
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    The Third Reich

    By Richard Overy
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    Richard Overy
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    The Thing on the Shore

    By Tom Fletcher
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    Tom Fletcher
    The second in the series that began with The Leaping, set in a malevolent call-centre that just might be alive - affirming Tom Fletcher as the dark master for the 'temp' generation.When Artemis Black is assigned to manage a call-centre on behalf of a mysterious multinational corporation called Interext, the isolation and remoteness of the place encourage him to implement a decidedly unhinged personal project, installing what purports to be cutting-edge AI technology, with a real, 'human' voice, on the automated answering systems. As a result of Artemis' actions, one of his employees, Arthur, becomes aware of an intangible landscape inside the labyrinthine systems of the call-centre - a landscape in which he can feel some kind of otherworldly consciousness stirring and in which, perhaps as a result of his father's increasingly alarming eccentricities, he feels that he could find his recently deceased mother. Arthur takes refuge in this belief as his father, his job, and his house slowly deteriorate around him. He begins to conflate the mysterious, interstitial region that exists down the phonelines with the sea, as that was where his mother drowned. In a way he is right - Artemis' meddlings have attracted something, it is just not as benevolent as he thinks . . .
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