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|Spinning, Dyeing and Weaving (Self Sufficiency) by Penny Walsh
With the textile industry able to make cloth more quickly and cheaply than ever before, why make your own? The answer is simple: nothing could be more different and unique than hand-made textiles
|The Primal Blue-print by Mark Sisson
Combining evolutionary biology with modern science, Sisson explains why it makes sense to look to your ancestors lifestyle habits to get the ultimate body
|A Tap on the Window by Linwood Barclay
On a rainy night, a man gives a teenage girl a lift home, but the girl he picks up isn't the same one he drops off . .
|Trust Your Eyes by Linwood Barclay
A schizophrenic man spends his days and nights on a website called Whirl360, believing he's employed by the CIA to store the details of every town and city in the world in his head
|Far to Go by Alison Pick
Longlisted for the 2011 MAN BOOKER PRIZE for Fiction, FAR TO GO is a powerful and profoundly moving story about one family's epic journey to flee the Nazi occupation of their homeland in 1939
|This Beautiful Life by Helen Schulman
It could happen to any family. . . What if it happened to yours? When the Bergamots move to the city, they're unsure how well they'll adapt
|Tenacity by J. S. Law
The debut novel from J. S
|Agatha Raisin and the Wizard of Evesham by M.C. Beaton
The local ladies all deem Mr John a wizard, so when Agatha finds a few grey hairs on her head - and the rinse she tries at home turns her hair purple - she makes a beeline for the handsome Evesham hairdresser
|Tell it to the Skies by Erica James
Suddenly, in the middle of a crowded Venice street, Lydia glimpses a face that takes her back to England, back to her childhood and to a dreadful secret she believed she had banished to the past . .
|While My Eyes Were Closed by Linda Green
One, two, three. . . . Lisa Drake shuts her eyes during a game of hide and seek. When she opens them her four year old daughter had disappeared without trace.
|The Glass Palace by Amitav Ghosh
A masterful novel of love, war and family and presents us with a band of memorable characters, spread across Burma, Malaya and India, and across three generations - before the door to Burma closes behind them, and the glittering light of that civili...
|Island Madness by Tim Binding
It is 1943, the German army has been defeated at Stalingrad, and the tide is beginning to turn. But on occupied Guernsey, the reality of war seems a lifetime away
|The Little Grey Men/The Little Grey Men Go Down The Bright Stream by B.B.
Dodder, Baldberry, Cloudberry and Sneezewort are the last Gnomes left in Britain and they live by a Warwickshire brook. Their home is under an Oak tree which grows on the banks of the Folly
|Never Saw it Coming by Linwood Barclay
Keisha Ceylon is a psychic. So she says. The truth is, she watches the news for stories of missing family members, gives it a few days, then tells these families she's had a vision. She may be able to help
|Do You Remember the First Time? by Jenny Colgan
Life doesn't have a rewind button. Ever wished it did? Flora's wish is about to come true, in a magical new novel about the ultimate second chance, from the bestselling author of WORKING WONDERS and AMANDA'S WEDDING
|Let Sleeping Vets Lie by James Herriot
With two years experience behind him, James Herriot still feels privileged working on the Yorkshire moors as assistant vet to the Darrowby practice. Herriot's books form the basis of the popular BBC TV series "All Creatures Great and Small".
|A Wedding In December by Anita Shreve
At an inn in the Berkshire Mountains of western Massachusetts, seven former schoolmates gather for a wedding. Nora, the owner of the inn, has recently had to reinvent her life following the death of her husband
|All He Ever Wanted by Anita Shreve
A man escaping from a hotel fire sees a woman standing beneath a tree. He approaches her and sets in motion a series of events that will change his life forever
|H is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald
This book is the Winner of the Costa Book of the Year and Winner of the Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction. As a child, Helen Macdonald was determined to become a falconer, learning the arcane terminology and reading all the classic books
|Queen Mum by Kate Long
Ally lives with her husband, Tom, and her son, Ben, in Cestrian Park, Chester; it's a world of verdigris planters, antique French wall clocks, Belfast sinks and Farrow and Ball colour charts