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Behind the Scenes at the Museum by Kate Atkinson (poor condition) [77]
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Ruby Lennox begins narrating her life at the moment of conception, and from there takes us on a whirlwind tour of the twentieth century as
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The Ever Open Door by Glenice Crossland [46]
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Burly steelworker Jim Butler and his wife Sally are quite content in their little house on Potters Row. Jim's only complaint is that Sally is
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The Midwife’s Daughter by Patricia Ferguson (poor condition) [129]
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Violet Dimond, the Holy Terror, has delivered many of the town children - and often their children - in her capacity as handywoman. But Violet's
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Martha Jane & Me by Mavis Nicholson [107]
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A funny and delightful memoir of growing up in Briton Ferry, this book is a mostly affectionate recollection of growing up in pre-war Wales that focuses
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10 lb. Penalty by Dick Francis [79]
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Benedict Juliard is an aspiring jockey who must bypass his dreams of horse racing to help his father, George, in his quest to enter the
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Time Of Arrival by Susan Sallis [30]
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It is 1951, and the 8.45 from Bristol to Paddington is preparing to leave. Albert, the driver - whose father and grandfather before him worked
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Upfront and Personal: The Autobiography by Coleen Nolan [107]
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This is a large hardback book. Writing with the warmth and humor that have made her so popular, Coleen describes her eventful life, from joining
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Peter Andre: All About Us—My Story by Peter Andre [9]
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Exploding onto the music scene in 1990, Peter Andre has had several UK number ones and international top 10 hits. This biography reveals the highs
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Juggernaut by Desmond Bagley [129]
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Neil Mannix is to move a giant transformer on a juggernaut across Nyala, an oil-rich African state. Outwardly politically stable Nyala erupts in civil war
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The Penguin TV Companion by Jeff Evans [63]
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THIS IS A LARGE (900+ pages) BOOK. This guide to the last 70 years of television in the UK covers 2200 programmes with full cast
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After the Dream by Maisie Mosco [9]
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In this sequel to "The Waiting Game", the author continues the story of the young Englishwoman Kate Starling. Now a feature writer on a national
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Girls in High Places by Sugar Rautbord [44]
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Real-life socialite Sugar Rautbord and advertising executive Elizabeth Nickles reveal how "girls in high places" really live, and produce a fast-paced, sizzling story about the
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Trojan Whores by Syra Bond (NEW / UNUSED) [74]
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A BDSM novel. As the great Trojan war moves towards its catastrophic end, the beautiful Trojan captives Sappho and Chryseis struggle to survive in the
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A Glimpse at Happiness by Jean Fullerton [109]
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The most talented voice since Dilly Court - an absorbing, thrilling and romantic historical saga with characters you'll fall in love with.
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Oh Dear Silvia by Dawn French [110]
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Who is in Coma Suite Number 5? A matchless lover? A supreme egotist? A selfless martyr? A bad mother? A cherished sister? A selfish wife?
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The Damson Tree by Roger Whale [61]
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The Damson Tree is a Romantic Novel set amid the beautiful scenery of Dartmoor. Frank Naraway is home on leave for his Father’s funeral. Friends
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Windfall by Penny Vincenzi [109]
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Penny Vincenzi's WINDFALL is a rich, absorbing tale of temptation, ambition and desire for any reader of Elizabeth Buchan, Harriet Evans or Jilly Cooper. 'Reading
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Misty Mornings, Magic Nights by Ada Steward [30]
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CAROLE'S STORY Carole Stockton was determined to be no one's pawn in the upcoming gubernatorial election, so when her father, King, asked her to support
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Poppadom Preach by Almas Khan [61]
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Dilly was born into the chaotic Shah family household in Bradford, West Yorkshire. One of several children, she grows up spirited and mischievous, not prepared
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The Suckers Kiss by Alan Parker [75]
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From the highly acclaimed director of Midnight Express and The Commitments comes a sparkling story of a pickpocket's odyssey through America. During the San Francisco earthquake of 1906,
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Faces by Martina Cole (dirty front cover) [131]
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Just before Danny Cadogan's fourteenth birthday, his father, Big Dan, leaves his wife and children to face the wrath of the men sent to collect
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Special Relations by Tim Sebastian [20]
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It began in 1965 when a student from Kansas fell for an English girl at Oxford. When they meet again it is as President David
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Nighttime Guardian by Amanda Stevens [101]
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Years ago, Nathan Dallas had stood by young Shelby Westmoreland when she'd claimed a creature had risen from the river one foggy midnight. Townsfolk had
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Eagle Strike by Anthony Horowitz [2]
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Sir Damian Cray is a philanthropist, peace activist, and the world's most famous pop star. But still it's not enough. He needs more if he
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Firebird by Iris Gower [124]
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Firebird is the first novel in Iris Gower's Firebird series. The saga continues in Dream Catcher
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Family of the Empire by Sheelagh Kelly [84]
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The second volume of bestselling author Sheelagh Kelly’s acclaimed Yorkshire trilogy
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Minstrel Boy by A J Cronin [7]
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Desmond Fitzgerald has a marvellous singing voice.He is the Minstrel Boy.He joins the priesthood and wins a major prize for his singong when in seminary
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The Stonecutter’s Daughter by Janet Woods [1]
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When a ship is wrecked in a storm off the Portland coast, a taciturn stonecutter by the name of Joseph Rushmore sends his rescue dog
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Wogan’s Twelve: A Sharp Eye and a Witty Word to Mark the Passing [25]
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This is a large hardback book. WOGAN'S TWELVE puts you in the passenger seat as Terry journeys through a helter-skelter year. From radio to TV
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A Horseman Riding By by R.F. Delderfield [17]
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A panoramic novel of English country life from the Boer War to the Battle of Britain.
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Color Blind by Catherine Cookson [124]
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Ever since Rose could remember, she knew she was different. Her relatives, her teachers, her schoolmates, even her own mother, all made her aware of
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The Visitors’ Book by Caroline Upcher [17]
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Arriving with her new husband Orlando for her first weekend at The Cottage, Lindy is presented with "The Visitors' Book" from Orlando's formidable godmother Victoria,
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The Vacillations Of Poppy Carew by Mary Wesley [15]
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Poppy Carew has just been dumped by her unscrupulous boyfriend, Edmund, when her beloved and eccentric father dies, leaving Poppy one last request - that
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The First Casualty by Ben Elton [5]
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Flanders, June 1917: a British officer and celebrated poet, is shot dead, killed not by German fire, but while recuperating from shell shock well behind
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The Devil Claims a Wife by Helen Dickson [100]
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Guy St. Edmond, returning warrior, will let nothing stand in the way of his desire
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Kitty Rainbow by Wendy Robertson [43]
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When the soft-hearted, bare-knuckle fighter Ishmael Slaughter rescues an abandoned baby from the swirling River Wear, he knows that if he returns home with her
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Hopes and Dreams by Dee Williams [128]
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It's 1942 and Dorothy Taylor, now eighteen, dreams of distant lands far from the grey backstreets of Rotherhithe where she has spent all her life.
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Halfpenny Field by Iris Gower [111]
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Jessie Price is young and beautiful, and has travelled the drovers' roads from South Wales to London's Smithfield Market. She is anxious to escape from
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The Devil and Mary Ann by Catherine Cookson [47]
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When Mary Ann is sent from her native Tyneside to become a pupil at a high-class convent boarding school on the South Coast, the idea
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The Flight of the Heron (Hardback) by D.K. Broster [99]
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A young Highlander leaves his home and his bride-to-be to follow the standard of Bonnie Prince Charlie.
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Office 2003 in easy steps [26]
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Covers all the essential features of the latest version of Microsoft's leading office suite. If you want detailed, practical information with helpful, full-color illustrations
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The Upstart by Catherine Cookson [15]
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Suddenly risen to power and influence, Samuel Fairbrother, manufacturer and retailer of boots, shoes and clogs, decided that his new station in life deserved a
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A Farthing Will Do by Lilian Harry [123]
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A heart-rending wartime saga, bringing the reality of the end of war to the people of April Grove and Bridge End.
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Precipice by Colin Forbes [122]
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Tweed, Paula Grey and Bob Newman are locked in battle with their most formidable and intriguing enemy yet - Leopold Brazil, has a secret plan
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Jordan: Pushed to the Limit by Katie Price (Large Hardback) [77]
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Picking up where Jordan: A Whole New World left off, this is an up front and intensely personal account of life in front of and behind the
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The London Coffee Guide 2012 [29]
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This 176-page, soft cover, full-colour guide features detailed profiles of London’s 100 best coffee shops, the ten best coffee carts and kiosks, coffee maps and
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Song of the Earth by Alexander Cordell [125]
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Mostyn Evans and his family, miners turned bargees, wage a glorious but hopeless struggle against the rapacious coalmasters, Irish navvies, the ravages of cholera, and
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Miller’s Collectables Price Guide: 1996-1997 (Hardback) [103]
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Miller's Collectables Handbook & Price Guide 2019-2020 is the up-to-date guide to the collectables market no dealer, collector or auctioneer should be without. Featuring more than
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Manslave by J D Jensen (NEW / UNUSED) [70]
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Endowed with the magnificence of a Golden God, Shane is saved by his mistress from The Ceremony of Glorious Transformation. Yet, torn by so many
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On Mother Brown’s Doorstep by Mary Jane Staples [16]
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The big event of the Walworth year was to be the wedding of Sammy Adams to Susie Brown. Susie was overjoyed when her soldier brother
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War Dance by Tim Sebastian [112]
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Colonel Tom Blake is a hero to his men, but a maverick intent on imposing his own brand of justice on Bosnian killers to his
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Year of the Virgins by Catherine Cookson
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Struggling to maintain a facade of family harmony for the sake of their religious beliefs and three grown children, Winifred and Daniel Coulson begin a
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Where to Ski and Snowboard 2004 [3]
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A guide to ski resorts and skiing for the novice or professional, this guide provides all the information you need to choose a resort, including
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The Official F.A. England Annual 1994 [48]
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THIS IS A LARGE HARDBACK BOOK.
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The Man Who Cried by Catherine Cookson [47]
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There are men who can at times be stirred by the power and conflict of their own emotions to the point of shedding tears. Such
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The Good Granny Guide by Jane Fearnley-Whittingstall [124]
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In this book you will find a whole range of practical advice to help you to make the most of the time you spend with
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The invitation Book by Catherine Cookson
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Maggie Gallacher had all but read the print off the elegant, gold-trimmed card. An invitation from the Duke of Moorshire to an evening at Lea
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The Nightingale Sings by Charlotte Bingham [33]
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The sequel to To Hear a Nightingale. This is a love story about the first woman to train a Derby winner and the unexpected problems
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Running Wild
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Running Wild is a children's novel by Michael Morpurgo first published in 2009. It recounts the adventures of a boy who has to survive in
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A Dorset Girl by Janet Woods [38]
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It's the time of the Tolpuddle trial and unrest. The Dorset labourers work under terrible conditions for starvation wages. When her mother and stepfather perish
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The Branded Man by Catherine Cookson [125]
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Set at the turn of the century in the wilds of Northumberland and in the slums of the East End of London, The Branded Man
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The Regency Lords & Ladies Collection: Miranda’s Masquerade / Gifford’s Lady
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Sir Gifford Raven was a man of action, not at all comfortable in Bath's polite society, which was why the penniless Miss Summers intrigued him.
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Mersey Blues by Lyn Andrews [112]
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The Great War has ended and Dee Chatterton has happily settled down with Tommy Kerrigan. But Hannah Harvey has different aspirations—she moves to Ashenden as
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The Blood Doctor by Barbara Vine (Hardback) [1]
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When Martin Nanther, Hereditary Peer in the House of Lords, is choosing the subject of his next biography, he becomes intrigued by the life of
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Beyond Nab End by William Woodruff [124]
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The second volume of Woodruff's memoirs starts with him having arrived in Poplar in the early 1930s. On spec he turns up at a steel
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We’re So Happy (Granta: The Magazine of New Writing) [106]
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Featuring the fictional début of Bill Morris, set in the design department of General Motors, between New Year’s Day and New Year’s Eve 1954: the
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Oh Dear Silvia by Dawn French [123]
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Who is in Coma Suite Number 5? A matchless lover? A supreme egotist? A selfless martyr? A bad mother? A cherished sister? A selfish wife?
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Guinness World Records 2016 (Large Hardback) [107]
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The world's best-selling annual is back and bursting with thousands of amazing new records, never-before-seen images and mind-boggling trivia. And as always, we have a
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Santa Baby by Katie Price (Hardback) [99]
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Angel Summer is Katie's most popular character.We first met her when she was Britain's No 1 glamour model in Katie's first novel, ANGEL, and then in ANGEL
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Christmas at Jimmie’s Children’s Unit by Meredith Webber [9]
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Children's surgeon and bachelor Angus McDowell is the undisputed expert at mending babies' hearts - with a heartbreaking reputation when it comes to his endless
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Bitter Legacy (Return to Eden) by Rosalind Miles [45]
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Seven years after the horrific finale of her marriage to Greg, Stephanie Harper is rebuilding her shattered life. Back in her beloved Eden, reunited with
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Cold Blood by Lynda La Plante [115]
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Lorraine is a three-time loser: an ex-LAPD cop, ex-hooker, ex-wife, even an ex-mom, since she lost custody of her kids. She is recovering from the
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The Island of Dr Sade by Wendy Swanscombe [68]
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Fleeing the gathering storm-clouds of war in 1939, a party of British débutantes are shipwrecked on an uncharted tropical island, where they meet a distinguished French scientist
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Just A Saying by Catherine Cookson [42]
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This collection of poems draws on many themes that will be familiar to the readers of Catherine Cookson's novels: love, work, class and the beauty
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The Warning Bell by Lynne Reid Banks [81]
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Maggie Robertson's desire to escape her puritanical Scottish home and become a stage actress leads her to marriage and motherhood in Africa, alienation from her
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The Firemaker by Peter May (damaged front cover) [131]
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Margaret Campbell, a Chicago forensic pathologist, has been invited by the Chinese government to teach at the Beijing police university. She has accepted the six-week
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Rough Ride by John Francome [124]
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When amateur jockey Archie Best receives a surprise legacy from an old family friend, it proves to have some unwelcome strings attached. The strange bequest
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Oh Dear Silvia by Dawn French [46]
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Who is in Coma Suite Number 5? A matchless lover? A supreme egotist? A selfless martyr? A bad mother? A cherished sister? A selfish wife?
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Britain and Ireland 2005: Quality Camping and Caravanning Sites [86]
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Welcome to this ever-popular Alan Rogers guide to quality parks in the UK and Ireland. This is the 'bible' for many regular readers who tour
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