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Blueprint for Love

by Chatura Rao Bloomsbury Publishing (October 20, 2016)

Haunted by memories of her dead sister and childhood home, Reva meets her sister's then-boyfriend, Suveer, every year for a day in a friendship that seems to offer each of them a way to come to terms with the...


Secrets of the Seas

by Callum Roberts & Alex Mustard Bloomsbury Publishing (September 22, 2016)

Our seas are host to an extraordinary variety of plant and animal life, but much of it remains mysterious and great imagery is surprisingly hard to find. Alex Mustard is one of the world's leading underwater...


Shield Maiden

by Stuart Hill Bloomsbury Publishing (September 22, 2016)

"No enemy may find this place; we hide it in mist and shadow..."

When King Alfred's great hall is destroyed by the Vikings, the king must flee with his family. But his daughter Aethelflaed knows that hiding in...


Tom Diaper's Logbook

by Tom Diaper & Tom Cunliffe Bloomsbury Publishing (September 22, 2016)

Tom Diaper's Logbook is the memoir of a remarkable man and a rare opportunity to read first-hand about the drama, conflict and fascinating details that made up the life of a for-hire racing skipper during the...


British Luxury Cars of the 1950s and Â?60s

by James TAYLOR Bloomsbury Publishing (September 22, 2016)

In the 1950s and 1960s, luxury car buyers, from government ministers to captains of industry, almost invariably bought British. These were stately, dignified, and grand vehicles, with many featuring leather...


The Vikings

by Rene Chartrand, Keith Durham, Mark Harrison & Ian Heath Bloomsbury Publishing (September 22, 2016)

The history of the Vikings is bloody and eventful, and Viking warriors capture the popular imagination to this day. They made history, establishing the dukedom of Normandy, providing the Byzantine Emperors'...


China

by Sumita Dawra Bloomsbury Publishing (September 19, 2016)

Some years ago the Chinese painted a canvas for themselves, and made all its colours come true. National income multiplied rapidly over thirty years, and millions of lives in the country improved, as China shot...


The Jane Austen Writers' Club

by Rebecca Smith Bloomsbury Publishing (September 08, 2016)

A delightful and informative guide to writing like Jane Austen, written by the five-times-great niece of Austen herself

Jane Austen is one of the most beloved writers in the English literary canon. Her novels...


Des Pawson's Knot Craft and Rope Mats

by Des Pawson Bloomsbury Publishing (September 08, 2016)

This wonderful collection of Des Pawson's personal ropecraft recipes combines an expanded and now full-colour collection of projects from Des's popular Des Pawson's Knot Craft, together with 20 new and brilliant...


Green Guide to Birds Of Britain And Europe

by Jim Flegg & Martin Woodcock Bloomsbury Publishing (September 08, 2016)

Bloomsbury Green Guides are portable handbooks to the most commonly found species in Britain and Europe.

With their diversity of form, colour, behaviour and song, birds are an endless source of fascination, but...


Green Guide to Seashore Life Of Britain And Europe

by Bob Gibbons, Denys Ovenden & Melanie Perkins Bloomsbury Publishing (September 08, 2016)

Bloomsbury Green Guides are portable handbooks to the most commonly found species in Britain and Europe.

Our coastlines are home to a wide range of animals and plants, some that are iconic sights on beaches and...


Hand, Reef and Steer 2nd edition

by Tom Cunliffe Bloomsbury Publishing (July 14, 2016)

In Hand, Reef & Steer - winner of the Best Book of the Sea Award - Tom explains the different sailing characteristics of classic craft and shares his grasp of the special skills required to handle them. He describes...


City of Shadows

by Pippa DaCosta Bloomsbury Publishing (July 07, 2016)

Alina knows she is not real Â? the fae queen spun an evil web to create her Â? but she wants more than to spend her days feeding off humans' energy to survive. She isn't content to lose herself in the dangerously...


The Cthulhu Wars

by Kenneth Hite, Kennon Bauman, Darren Tan & Imaginary Friends Studios Bloomsbury Publishing (May 19, 2016)

From the Patriots' raid on the necromancer Joseph Curwen to the Special Forces' assault on Leng in 2007, this unique document reveals the secret and terrible struggle between the United States and the supernatural...


Thetford Grammar School

by David Seymour Bloomsbury Publishing (April 20, 2016)

Thetford Grammar School's formation is shrouded in mystery, but it may date back as far as 631. First re-founded by the Bishop of Norwich in 1114, the school was revitalised following the dissolution of the...


The Naked Shore

by Tom Blass Bloomsbury Publishing (January 14, 2016)

Saturnine and quick-tempered, the formidable North Sea is often overlooked Â? even by those living within a stone's throw of its steel-grey waters. But as playground, theatre of war and cultural crossing-point,...


Cathedrals of Britain

by David Pepin Bloomsbury Publishing (January 10, 2016)

Cathedrals are awe-inspiring buildings. Most are grand medieval structures, while others appear simple and unpretentious Â? yet all were designed to reflect the glory of God and have a profound impact on us....


Bug Hunts

by Mark Latham, Darren Tan & Ru-Mor Bloomsbury Publishing (October 20, 2015)

They said there were no monsters. But there are.

It is the 23rd Century. Across the cold void of space, alien monsters prey on humanity: infesting generation-ships, destroying colonies, and transforming humans...


Dream Cruising Destinations

by Vanessa Bird Bloomsbury Publishing (September 24, 2015)

Most yachtsmen dream about cruising to an exotic destination; this is the book that will turn dreamers into planners. 24 classic cruises are fully mapped, measured and costed, showing how they are perfectly...


Rise

by Karen Campbell Bloomsbury Publishing (March 12, 2015)

Justine is running for her life. Escaping a city and a man who between them have almost broken her she heads north to the mountains and the valleys of the Highlands. She is looking for somewhere to hide.

Michael...


She Will Build Him a City

by Raj Kamal Jha Bloomsbury Publishing (February 26, 2015)

SHORTLISTED FOR THE DSC PRIZE FOR SOUTH ASIAN LITERATURE

As night falls in Delhi a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Her now grown-up child is a puzzle with a million pieces whom she...


Paul Hollywood's British Baking

by Paul Hollywood Bloomsbury Publishing (December 04, 2014)

Fresh cherry cake, Plum bread, Baked Somerset Brie, Honey buns, Scottish oatcakes, Boxty pancakes Â? you don't get better than a traditional British bake. Join Paul Hollywood for a personal tour around the...


Concise Butterfly and Moth Guide

by Bloomsbury Bloomsbury Publishing (October 02, 2014)

This beautifully illustrated mini field guide is packed with information on the butterflies and moths of Britain and the near Continent.

It covers more than 150 species, all of which are illustrated with superb...


Vampires

by Steve White, Mark Mckenzie-Ray & Darren Tan Bloomsbury Publishing (August 20, 2014)

For centuries, vampires have lurked in the shadows, preying upon the weak and defenseless. Now, with world population centers booming, the vampires have found rich new hunting grounds. But help is at hand, Vampires:...


A History of Birdwatching in 100 Objects

by David Callahan & Dominic Mitchell Bloomsbury Publishing (August 14, 2014)

This book looks at 100 items that have profoundly shaped how people watched, studied and engaged with the avian world. Each item contains around 500 words on a double-page spread and include an illustration...


The Emperor Far Away

by David Eimer Bloomsbury Publishing (August 14, 2014)

Far from the glittering cities of Beijing and Shanghai, China's borderlands are populated by around one hundred million people who are not Han Chinese. For many of these restive minorities, the old Chinese adage...


Loyalists

by Peter Taylor Bloomsbury Publishing (May 15, 2014)

Based on a series of frank interviews with both the paramilitary leaders who lead loyalist strategy and the gunmen who carried out the bombings. There are also interviews with loyalist and unionist politicians...


A God in Every Stone

by Kamila Shamsie Bloomsbury Publishing (April 10, 2014)

Summer, 1914. Young Englishwoman Vivian Rose Spencer is in an ancient land, about to discover the Temple of Zeus, the call of adventure, and love. Thousands of miles away a twenty-year-old Pathan, Qayyum Gul,...


The Monuments

by Peter Cossins Bloomsbury Publishing (March 13, 2014)

The Tour de France may provide the most obvious fame and glory, but it is cycling's one-day tests that the professional riders really prize. Toughest, longest and dirtiest of all are the so-called 'Monuments',...


Under Two Skies

by E.W. Hornung Bloomsbury Publishing (January 23, 2014)

From the grit of the Australian bush to the tangled traditions of cultivated English society, Under Two Skies is truly a lost literary treasure. The contrasting communities in these collected short stories of...


Beloved Strangers

by Maria Chaudhuri Bloomsbury Publishing (January 16, 2014)

On and on we dream, we wish, we love - no matter that the dreams come to an end, the wishes evolve or that love dissipates like dust in the wind. Perhaps, what matters only is that we have lived long enough...


The Haunting of Toby Jugg

by Dennis Wheatley Bloomsbury Publishing (December 05, 2013)

A stirring psychological thriller adapted into the movie The Haunted Airman starring Robert Pattinson.

Toby Jugg, a fighter pilot shot down in combat, is now confined to his bed with little hope of walking again....


Orphan of the Sun

by Gill Harvey Bloomsbury Publishing (December 01, 2013)

Thirteen-year-old orphan Meryt-Re lives with her aunt's family in the ancient Egyptian village of Set Maat, home of the pharaohs' tomb builders. When her uncle pressurises her to marry a dull stonecutter, she...


A Palace of Silver

by John Sanford Bloomsbury Publishing (September 12, 2013)

In this touching memoir, first published in 2003, novelist John Sanford reflects upon the life of his wife, screenwriter Maggie Roberts (1905-1989). He describes their private domestic life together as well...


Tales of the West Riding

by Phyllis Bentley Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2012)

It is a wonderfully wide and multifarious pageant of West Riding life that Phyllis Bentley has spread before us down the years: and now, in Tales of the West Riding (six stories, one of them almost a novel in...


Drama Queen

by Chloe Rayban Bloomsbury Publishing (August 02, 2012)

When Jessica's parents split up she is confused. Jessica can't understand how people can fall out of love any more than she can understand how her best friend can fall in love with a boy called Cedric who wears...


Marching Spain

by V.S. Pritchett Bloomsbury Publishing (July 30, 2012)

In spring 1927 V.S Pritchett set out to walk 300 miles across Spain. The country was almost completely isolated, and Pritchett describes a timeless country on the cusp of being riven by civil war, populated...


How to Bake

by Paul Hollywood Bloomsbury Publishing (July 19, 2012)

At last, the star of BBC2's The Great British Bake Off reveals all the secrets of his craft in How to Bake. The son of a baker, Paul Hollywood is passionate about busting the myths that surround baking, sharing...


Strangers in Company

by Jane Aiken Hodge Bloomsbury Publishing (July 16, 2012)

Marian is in her mid-thirties, and trying to get over the shock of her eighteen-year-old twins leaving her to live with their father in the USA. As a distraction she takes a job looking after a younger woman,...


Enchantment

by Monica Dickens Bloomsbury Publishing (July 16, 2012)

Tim Kendall lives alone, works in a department store, and doesn't have any friends. Life can seem pretty bleak when you're a 23 year old loner. But inside of his mind, Tim is a warrior, a hero, on great and...


The Healing

by David Park Bloomsbury Publishing (July 05, 2012)

A man is shot dead before the eyes of his young son as they work together in the fields near their home - another victim of the violence in Northern Ireland. In the city, a confused and frightened old man grieves...


The Lost Soldier's Song

by Patrick McGinley Bloomsbury Publishing (June 29, 2012)

McGinley foregoes his usual murder mystery genre; instead, he presents an historical novel set during the Anglo-Irish War of 1919 to 1921.

The story opens and closes with Declan Osborne in jail, being interrogated...


Canvey Island

by James Runcie Bloomsbury Publishing (June 01, 2012)

It is 1953 in Canvey Island. Len and Violet are at a dance. Violet's husband George sits and watches them sway and glide across the dance floor, his mind far away, trapped by a war that ended nearly ten years...


Coronation

by Paul Gallico Bloomsbury Publishing (May 24, 2012)

Imagine seeing the Queen that close as she goes by in her golden carriage! The kiddies will have something to tell their kiddies, won't they? And a drink of real champagne to go with it!

Coronation Day, 2 June...


Our Mother's House

by Julian Gloag Bloomsbury Publishing (April 16, 2012)

"Mother died at five fifty-eight."

So begins this story of seven extraordinary children who, faced with the unknown terrors of an orphanage, decide not to report their mother's death. They bury her in the garden,...


STAR FIGHTERS 4: Crash Landing

by Max Chase Bloomsbury Publishing (April 12, 2012)

It is the year 5012 and the Milky Way galaxy is under attack. After the Universal War, a war that almost brought about the destruction of every known universe, the planets in the Milky Way banded together to...


The Would-Begetter

by Maggie Makepeace Bloomsbury Publishing (December 01, 2011)

A Sparkling tale of life, love - and the perils of getting your own way...

Hector is in search of a woman. Not because he wants to fall in love but because, after the failure of his first marriage, he wants a...


The Life of Ian Fleming

by John Pearson Bloomsbury Publishing (December 01, 2011)

It is now over fifty years since the premiere of Dr No, the very first Bond film, with Sean Connery introducing 007 as the glamorous secret agent who would become the single most profitable movie character in...


One of the Family

by Monica Dickens Bloomsbury Publishing (October 28, 2011)

The world is changing, and this will not, unfortunately, pass Leonard Motley by. At 72 Chepstow Villas lives the Motley family: Leonard, the Assistant Manager of Whiteley's, his gentle wife Gwen, 'new woman'...


Personal Pleasures

by Rose Macaulay Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

Rose Macaulay was one of the most popular satirical novelists of her day. In this lively, anecdotal collection, she turns her admittedly opinionated attention to life's random, and largely unrecorded, pleasures....