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UNAI EMERY: EL MAESTRO – The Authorised Biography by Romain Molina

UNAI EMERY: EL MAESTRO – The Authorised Biography

by Romain Molina
published: Out Now

Widely considered as one of the best football coaches in the world UNAI EMERY took over the helm at Arsenal FC in the summer of 2018. But what is Emery really like? What is his background? How does he prepare for each game? What are the secrets of his remarkable success? Spanish journalist Romain Molina, who has known Unai since his days at Seville, reveals all in this authorised biography. Includes an exclusive interview with the manager conducted after he came to London.


LIFE AND SOUL by William Roache

LIFE AND SOUL

by William Roache
published: Out Now

William Roache, aka Corrie’s  Ken Barlow, shares his personal philosophy for living a rich and rewarding life, giving an honest and moving account of his greatest challenges, and the lessons he has learnt along the way, lessons he hopes will help others to achieve a long, happy and healthy life.


BRAIN FOOD by Dr Lisa Mosconi

BRAIN FOOD

by Dr Lisa Mosconi
published: Out Now

In her groundbreaking new book, Dr Lisa Mosconi – a qualified neuroscientist and nutritionist – stresses how what we eat can not only affect our chances of developing dementia, but will also reduce stress, increase happiness and boost memory,  and why we need to make those changes now, whatever our age.


FLYING HIGH: My Story by Tony Fernandes

FLYING HIGH: My Story

by Tony Fernandes
published: Out Now

Tony Fernandes is one of Asia’s best-known, and most charismatic, entrepreneurs. In 2001 he acquired AirAsia turning it into the hugely successful budget airline that it is today, and democratising air travel in Asia. The face of Apprentice Asia, chairman of Queen’s Park Rangers FC, and owner of many other businesses, he is without doubt an exceptional leader with a hands-on approach to business. In FLYING HIGH, his long-awaited memoir, he shares his inspiring story.


Sir Matt Busby by Patrick Barclay

Sir Matt Busby

by Patrick Barclay
published: Out Now

Acclaimed sports writer, Patrick Barclay, looks back at Sir Matt Busby’s extraordinary contribution to football and considers his lasting legacy. This definitive biography is published to coincide with the forthcoming 60th anniversary of the Munich Air Disaster and the 50th anniversary of the historic first European Cup win.


THE PATTERNING INSTINCT by Jeremy Lent

THE PATTERNING INSTINCT

by Jeremy Lent
published: Out Now

Jeremy Lent, a pioneer in the field of cognitive history, looks at how different cultures have made sense of the universe, and how their underlying values have affected the course of history.   He shows how humanity’s unique ability to pattern meaning into the cosmos has constructed the world we live in today.  He also considers what needs to be done to secure a sustainable future.

 

 


SOURDOUGH by Casper Lugg and Martin Fjeld

SOURDOUGH

by Casper Lugg and Martin Fjeld
published: Out Now

Young Norwegian bakers Casper and Martin take us through the sourdough baking process from making a starter yeast to how to use different flours.   Includes 15 clear and concise step-by-step recipes using a variety of grains from spelt to toasted oats, sprouted rye to whole barley., and a troubleshooting section to correcting common problems.


A BEAUTIFUL GAME by Mark Nicholas

A BEAUTIFUL GAME

by Mark Nicholas
published: Out Now

Former Hampshire captain and the face of both Channel Five’s ‘Cricket on Five’ looks back on his life in cricket and gives a personal and entertaining account of the game including recent changes and innovations.  From epic Test matches to titans of the game such as Tendulkar, Warne and Lara, Nicholas offers a unique perspective.


LA MERE BRAZIER by Eugenie Brazier

LA MERE BRAZIER

by Eugenie Brazier with Translated by Drew Smith
published: Out Now

La Mère Brazier was once the most famous restaurant in France. At its heart was Eugénie Brazier, a peasant farmer’s daughter, who became known as the mother of modern French cooking.   Now for the first time her culinary masterpiece, La Mère Brazier, is published in English.  Part memoir, part recipe collection, it includes 300 classic  recipes and is a masterclass on how to cook.


QUIET LEADERSHIP by Carlo Ancelotti

QUIET LEADERSHIP

by Carlo Ancelotti with Chris Brady and Mike Forde
published: Out Now

One  of the most successful and highly-respected names in world football reveals his thoughts and philosophies on what it takes to be a good leader, honed over decades of management at the highest level.  Drawing on his own experiences, and telling many stories for the first time, he covers everything from handling the talent to dealing with setbacks, managing the workplace to tactics, analytics and mind games.

 


THE VEGETARIAN ITALIAN KITCHEN by Veronica Lavenia

THE VEGETARIAN ITALIAN KITCHEN

by Veronica Lavenia
published: Out Now

Over 100 delicious and healthy recipes celebrating the flavours and goodness of seasonal food, typical of true Italian homemade tradition. Selecting the finest produce from each season, Sicilian cookery writer Lavenia, provides a broad and exciting menu of vegetarian Italian dishes, both savoury and sweet, and ideal for sharing with family and friends.  Colour photography throughout.

 

 


CHASING SHADOWS: The Life and Death of Peter Roebuck by Tim Lane  and Elliot Cartledge

CHASING SHADOWS: The Life and Death of Peter Roebuck

by Tim Lane and Elliot Cartledge
published: Out Now

Part biography, part personal reflection, and part investigation,  CHASING SHADOWS explores the life and times of the enigmatic cricketer and broadcaster, Peter Roebuck. Spanning multiple continents the authors piece together his story with the help of unflinching testimonies from the likes of Mike Atherton, Jonathan Agnew, Steve Waugh, Ian Chappell and Rahul Dravid – and reveal how his life unravelled. They look in detail at the events that led to Roebuck’s death, interviewing many of those involved, and consider how he could have come to fall from a hotel window in South Africa whilst under arrest.


RICHIE BENAUD: Those Summers of Cricket by Paul Conolly

RICHIE BENAUD: Those Summers of Cricket

by Paul Conolly
published: Out Now

A celebration in words and pictures of the Australian cricketing legend, Richie Benaud, who became the first person to reach 200 wickets and 2,000 runs in Test cricket, and went onto become one of the most beloved commentators on cricket.  Includes stories and memories from friends and colleagues, as well as the thoughts of some of the many fans who listened to his golden commentaries each summer.


EMPIRE, WAR & CRICKET IN SOUTH AFRICA by Dean Allen

EMPIRE, WAR & CRICKET IN SOUTH AFRICA

by Dean Allen
published: Out Now

The fascinating story of how Scotsman, and social climber, James Logan went to South Africa,in 1877 and became instrumental in the development of cricket in the country.  Set during a time when the country was heading towards war with the British Empire, the book explains how Logan was instrumental in arranging some of the first international matches between England and South Africa,  including the controversial 1901 South African cricket tour to England in the midst of the Anglo-Boer War.

 

 


THE ESSENTIAL FERTILITY GUIDE by Professor Robert Winston

THE ESSENTIAL FERTILITY GUIDE

by Professor Robert Winston
published: Out Now

Professor Robert Winston, one of the founding fathers of IVF, and a world-renowned expert on fertility, provides prospective parents with unbiased and independent advice and guidelines on every aspect of fertility and its treatment.  Includes information on ways to improve your chances of getting pregnant naturally, and the pros and cons of the various treatments on offer.


THE ESSENTIAL PREGNANCY & BIRTH GUIDE/ BABY CARE GUIDE by Diana Hill and Dr Rebecca Chicot

THE ESSENTIAL PREGNANCY & BIRTH GUIDE/ BABY CARE GUIDE

by Diana Hill and Dr Rebecca Chicot with Intro. by Prof. Robert Winston
published: Out Now

The Essential Pregnancy & Birth Guide brings together the most up-to-date medical advice into one volume to help parents make the best choices for themselves and their growing baby.   The Essential Baby Care Guide provides parents with the latest medically backed-up information on all aspects of caring for their baby. Includes answers to the most common questions asked by parents from how to sooth a crying child to when to immunise.


WOODY ALLEN: FILM BY FILM by Jason Solomons

WOODY ALLEN: FILM BY FILM

by Jason Solomons
published: Out Now

An innovative biography through film that celebreates 50 years of Woody Allen’s ground-breaking cinema.   Film critic, Solomons, takes a look at every one of Allen’s feature films exploring the recurring themes, style and motifs,  giving an entertaining insight into the mind of one of the world’s most complex movie-makers. Includes an exclusive interview with Allen conducted at the Cannes international Film Festival.


THE ART OF PAN by Christopher Grove

THE ART OF PAN

by Christopher Grove with Foreword by Joe Wright
published: Out Now

This beautifully illustrated book provides a visually rich, behind-the-scenes look at Pan, director Joe Wright’s thrilling new take on J M Barrie’s classic tale, Peter Pan. Features never-before-seen concept illustrations, sketches, storyboards, and other pre-production materials, as well as interviews with the director and key cast members  including  Hugh Jackman, Garrett Hedlund and Amanda Seyfried.


MONEY AND FOOTBALL: A Soccernomics Guide by Stefan Szymanski

MONEY AND FOOTBALL: A Soccernomics Guide

by Stefan Szymanski
published: Out Now

Football and finance have always been closely linked, but the astonishing growth in football club revenues in the last 25 years has forced fans to pay attention.  In his new book economist and sports historian Szymanski combines economic analysis with hard data going back 50 years to show how the system works and why some clubs succeed and others fail.


FIGURE FANTASY: The Pop Culture Photogrpaphy of Daniel Picard by Daniel Picard

FIGURE FANTASY: The Pop Culture Photogrpaphy of Daniel Picard

by Daniel Picard with Foreword by Simon Pegg
published: Out Now

Celebrated photographer Daniel Picard showcases lifelike models of a variety of comic book and movie icons in realistic and often hilarious everyday settings.  A storm trooper making snow angels and The Joker shopping for a Batman Halloween costume are just two of the fantasy scenarios in this imaginative book,

 


GUITARS THAT JAM by Jay Blakesberg

GUITARS THAT JAM

by Jay Blakesberg
published: Out Now

An exhilarating photographic journey featuring the world’s most famous rock guitars. From Neil Young to Carlos Santana, photographer Jay Blakesberg, has spent more than 30 years capturing images of some of the world’s greatest rock guitarists, Each image is accompanied by a story from the musician detailing the guitar’s significance to them, along with the manufacturer and history.


THE PRACTICE: Simple Tools for Managing Stress, Finding Inner Peace, and Uncovering Happiness by Barb Schmidt

THE PRACTICE: Simple Tools for Managing Stress, Finding Inner Peace, and Uncovering Happiness

by Barb Schmidt
published: Out Now

Spiritual mentor and inspirational speaker, Barb Schmidt, guides you through her three-point  plan to personal happiness,  With her daily mindful practices you can discover the inner peace and strength that exists inside us all.  Specifically designed for people with busy lives all it takes is a few minutes each day to transform your life.


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published: Out Now


THE VEGETARIAN YEAR: 365 Healthy Seasonal Recipes by Jane Hughes

THE VEGETARIAN YEAR: 365 Healthy Seasonal Recipes

by Jane Hughes with Foreword by Rose Elliot
published: Out Now

Leading food writer, Jane Hughes, offers 365 days of seasonal recipes that makes following a vegetarian diet both healthy, and enjoyable.  Approved and endorsed by The Vegetarian Society in the UK, the book provides a broad and exciting menu of vegetarian classics, authentic world cuisines, and modern twists, using the freshest produce from around the globe.


CONFUCIUS and the world he created by Michael Schuman

CONFUCIUS and the world he created

by Michael Schuman
published: Out Now

A fascinating biography of the Chinese philosopher whose teachings are still deeply ensconced within the societies of East Asia, 2,500 years after his death. Award-winning journalist Schuman explains not only how Confucius changed the world, but why it is more important than ever for Westerners to understand the philosopher and his legacy.


WHO KNOWS TOMORROW by Lisa Lovatt-Smith

WHO KNOWS TOMORROW

by Lisa Lovatt-Smith
published: Out Now

At 19 Lovatt-Smith was photo editor of  Vogue in London. At 21 she helped launch Spanish Vogue, and partied with the rich and famous.  She moved to Paris and at 25 she fostered a 5-year-old child, who she later adopted.    In her mid-thirties her glamorous life changed drastically following a volunteering trip to Ghana.  There she discovered the corrupt orphanage business and the children in need who would become her life’s focus.  This is Lisa’s amazing story.


INDIA’S DISAPPEARING RAILWAYS by Angus McDonald

INDIA’S DISAPPEARING RAILWAYS

by Angus McDonald with Foreword by Sir Mark Tully
published: Out Now

‘Wonderfully vibrant …..a real pleasure’   Michael Palin Photojournalist and travel writer, Angus McDonald, captures India’s unique little railways in all their colour, characteristic and chaos. From the famous Darjeeling-Himalayan Railway to the Gwalior Light Railway, constructing to aid famine relief in the 1890s, McDonald provides an intimate and humorous portrait of life on the trains.  With more than 250 stunning images. Published posthumously, and edited by his partner Catherine Anderson, following McDonald’s sudden death in 2013.


BITCOIN: The Future of Money? by Dominic Frisby

BITCOIN: The Future of Money?

by Dominic Frisby
published: Out Now

In his gripping book Dominic Frisby tells the story of Bitcoin. He explains in layman’s language, how the system works – how you buy it, get paid in it, and even create it. He shows how the technology behind Bitcoin could change the world – increasing trade, enabling the unbanked to participate in the global economy and, even, reducing the power of governments.


BACK IN THE USSR: Heroic Adventures in Transnistria by Rory MacLean and Nick Danziger

BACK IN THE USSR: Heroic Adventures in Transnistria

by Rory MacLean and Nick Danziger
published: Out Now

Transnistria is Europe’s most secret state which like Crimea has asked Russia to annex it. Only problem is it’s situated 500 miles from the Russian Border across Ukraine. MacLean and Danziger take us into the heart of this breakaway nowhereland, the only place in the world not to have accepted the collapse of the Soviet Union.


THE COLLAPSE: The Accidental Opening of the Berlin Wall by Mary Sarotte

THE COLLAPSE: The Accidental Opening of the Berlin Wall

by Mary Sarotte
published: Out Now

On the 25th anniversary of the opening of the Berlin Wall historian Mary Sarotte gives a new and authoritative account of how and why the Berlin Wall opened – and why its story remains one of the most misunderstood in contemporary history.


THE SMARTPHONE PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK by Peter Cope

THE SMARTPHONE PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK

by Peter Cope
published: Out Now

A practical guide to taking, creating, enhancing and sharing photographs and videos taken on your smartphone or tablet, Includes getting to know your camera phone, tips for taking better photos, sharing on social media. best apps and special effects to download.


ALMOST INVINCIBLE: A biographical novel of Mary Shelley by Suzanne Burdon

ALMOST INVINCIBLE: A biographical novel of Mary Shelley

by Suzanne Burdon
published: Out Now

In a gripping novel that contains more scandals, deaths, lovers and losses, than many a modern soap opera Burdon follows the life of Frankenstein author, Mary Shelley  from a teenager in London to a wife and mother, forced to a live as a social outcast with her lover, Percy Shelley.  Based on true events the book focuses on the intriguing relationship between Mary and her step-sister, Claire, who came with them into exile, even though the two women were not friends, and Claire was in love with Shelley, too.


THE BIG RATCHET by Ruth DeFries

THE BIG RATCHET

by Ruth DeFries
published: Out Now

Environmental geographer DeFries looks at how humanity thrives in the face of natural crisis. She traces humanity’s remarkable journey from hunters and gatherers to world-dominating, urban-dwellers who produce more than enough food for nearly seven billion people on the planet. How did this astonishing transformation come about? DeFries looks back to pivotal moments in our history when we have turned ‘the big ratchet’  to overcome problems, and asks what can we  learn from these events to help us in the future?


EASY STREET: A Memoir by Ron Perlman

EASY STREET: A Memoir

by Ron Perlman
published: Out Now

The candid, hilarious and inspiring memoir from the star of Beauty and the Beast, the Hellboy movie,s and Sons of Anarchy. From off-Broadway productions to Hollywood leading actor starring alongside the likes of Sean Connery and Marlon Brando, Perlman’s story is packed with entertaining stories and insights into the world of acting and film-making.


THE RYDER CUP: Golf’s Grandest Event – A Complete History by Martin Davis

THE RYDER CUP: Golf’s Grandest Event – A Complete History

by Martin Davis with Forewords by Jack Nicklaus and Tony Jacklin
published: Out Now

The definitive guide to golf’s greatest team competition by renowned golf historian, Martin Davis. Packed with articles by a host of golf writers from both sides of the Atlantic, this lavish coffee-table book  includes full coverage in words and pictures of every Ryder Cup ever played, full statistics, and more than 600 photographs.  Contains new evidence that rewrites the Cup’s very origins.


HORROSTOR: A Novel by Grady Hendrix

HORROSTOR: A Novel

by Grady Hendrix
published: Out Now

A traditional haunted house story in a contemporary setting………..

Something strange is happening at the Cuyahoga location of Orsk, the all-American furniture superstore in Scandinavian drag. Each morning employees arrive to find broken Kjerring bookshelves, shattered Glans glass and vandalized Liripip wardrobes.  To unravel the mystery, five employees agree to spend the night, unaware of the darkness that awaits them.

 

 


THE MAGIC & MYSTERY OF BIRDS by Noah Strycker

THE MAGIC & MYSTERY OF BIRDS

by Noah Strycker
published: Out Now

Do humans have more in common with birds than previously thought? US ornithologist Strycker thinks they do. Here he reveals intriguing parallels between the behaviour of birds and our world, and shows how, by studying memory skills, co-operative nesting, pecking orders and more,  they can help us to understand humanity


HATTERS, RAILWAYMEN AND KNITTERS by Daniel Gray

HATTERS, RAILWAYMEN AND KNITTERS

by Daniel Gray
published: Out Now

‘Like a footballing version of Bill Bryson’s ‘Notes from a Small Island’  FourFourTwo An affectionate account of the search for the essence of England and its national game.  From Carlisle to Newquay, Middlesborough to Chester, Gray visits some of the towns and cities that define a nation. Part-travelogue, part-football book, and part-love letter to the bits of England that often get forgotten, celebrated in all their blessed eccentricity.


ALONE: The Triumph and Tragedy of John Curry by Bill Jones

ALONE: The Triumph and Tragedy of John Curry

by Bill Jones
published: Out Now

In 1976 more than 20 million Britons watched John Curry skate to Olympic Gold.  Within hours of his triumph, he announced to the world that he was gay. He became a media darling, and in the years that followed, transformed skating into a theatrical sensation.  But, beneath the glittering success story was a complex, obsessive man, who struggled to find his identity in a homophobic world.  Curry died, aged 44, with few friends, and penniless. Now, 20 years on, a new biography uncovers the true story of John Curry – and there are some shocking revelations..,,


FOUL PLAY by Mike Rowbottom

FOUL PLAY

by Mike Rowbottom
published: Out Now

From doping to sledging, fixing to time-wasting, diving to intimidation, cheating appears across all sports, and ranges from minor infringements to criminality.  But, what motivates someone to cheat, and where do you draw the line between fair play, and foul? Rowbottom provides the inside track on the dark arts employed in sport to gain an unfair advantage. Revealing, entertaining, and often shocking, it offers all the evidence you’ll ever need that the sporting world is often anything but.


A CLEAN BREAK: My Story by Christophe Bassons

A CLEAN BREAK: My Story

by Christophe Bassons with Benoît Hopquin
published: Out Now

Bassons was a professional cyclist between 1996 and 2001, riding alongside the likes of Lance Armstrong and Tyler Hamilton. But, unlike many of the riders during this time he refused to dope.  Nor would he stay silent.  Compelled to speak out about the drugs scandal that threatened to engulf cycling, he was shunned by his teammates, and exiled from the sport he loved.   A CLEAN BREAK is his shocking story of life inside the peloton.


No 9 BUS TO UTOPIA by David Bramwell

No 9 BUS TO UTOPIA

by David Bramwell
published: Out Now

During one year Bramwell visited 10  communities of people who live outside conventional society in search of a better way of life. From an anarchist hippy commune in Copenhagen, to a spiritual caravan park in Scotland, from free love communities across Europe, to a hot-tub paradise in California, Bramwell tried them all, with often hilarious results.  He may not have found his Utopia but he did come back with ideas of how he could make a difference in his own community,


FAMILY BREAKDOWN: Helping children hang on to both their parents by Penelope Leach

FAMILY BREAKDOWN: Helping children hang on to both their parents

by Penelope Leach
published: Out Now

Leading child development expert, Penelope Leach, believes that, in the case of family divorce and separation, it’s time to stop thinking of it as ‘adult business’ only, and put the needs of the children first.   This book looks at the latest research and provides practical guidelines on how best to minimise the impact of parental separation on children.


BRAZIL: The Fortunes of War by Neill Lochery

BRAZIL: The Fortunes of War

by Neill Lochery
published: Out Now

Brazil is poised to become one the most economically powerful countries in the world.  So, how did Brazil make the leap from tropical backwater to superpower-in-waiting?  As the country prepares to host the World Cup, and the Olympic Games, acclaimed historian, Neill Lochery, reveals the secret history of the country’s rise to power.  The truth lies buried in a forgotten chapter of World War II.

 


INDIA’S ELEPHANTS by Annette Bonnier

INDIA’S ELEPHANTS

by Annette Bonnier
published: Out Now

Documentary photographer, Annette Bonnier, shares her dual passion for India and elephants in this stunning book. Capturing the vibrant colours and spirituality that is evident in all aspects of life on the sub-continent, from everyday tasks to festive holy days, INDIA’S ELEPHANTS brings together more than 200 full-colour images taken by Bonnier over a three-year period.


GRACE OF MONACO by Jeffrey Robinson

GRACE OF MONACO

by Jeffrey Robinson
published: Out Now

NOW A MAJOR FEATURE FILM!

The true story of GRACE KELLY, the Academy Award-winning movie star, who became Princess of Monaco.   Written with the  unprecedented cooperation of Prince Rainier, and their three children, and fully revised and updated since originally published, the author presents an up-close profile of one of the world’s most glamorous women, whose story enchanted the world, and continues to fascinate to this day.


SALT & OLD VINES by Richard W H Bray

SALT & OLD VINES

by Richard W H Bray
published: Out Now

An evocative and entertaining first-hand account of the wine process in the small vineyards and wineries of Roussillon, in south-west France, and of the people who devote their lives to creating a good glass of wine.  From the vine to the bottle, Bray records every step of wine’s journey with wit and humour.


Finding Me by Michelle Knight

Finding Me

by Michelle Knight with Michelle Burford
published: Out Now

The story made headlines around the world.  Three women abducted by notorious Cleveland kidnapper, Ariel Castro, finally escaped his clutches on May 6th 2013. Now one year on the first of the three women, Michelle Knight, recounts the full story of her 11 years in captivity, her escape, and the powerful inner strength and capacity for hope that has helped her rebuild her life.


The Lost Diary by Chris Yates

The Lost Diary

by Chris Yates
published: Out Now

Celebrated angler Chris Yates recalls a summer fishing in pursuit of a dream: to hook a legendary carp in his favourite pool, Redmire, near Ross-on-Wye. Having carefully recorded his journey, in words and sketches, in a diary, he then lost it – for 30 years. Recently rediscovered it is published here for the first time.


Life After the State by Dominic Frisby

Life After the State

by Dominic Frisby
published: Out Now

‘Fascinating, alarming….a wake-up call for politicians, economists and us all. Read it’

Is the Government the root of our problems?   Writer and comedian Dominic Frisby thinks so.  What’s more, he believes that not only would we be richer with less Government but we would be happier, too.   In his thought-provoking book, Frisby explains why a world without the state would not be as terrifying as many predict, and that rather than taking more action to tackle the current economic crisis the Government should take less.


Once Upon a Flock by Lauren Scheuer

Once Upon a Flock

by Lauren Scheuer
published: Out Now

A heart-warming, and often hilarious, account of the author’s first adventures raising chickens in her back yard.  She describes the friendships and rivalries within her tiny flock, the heartbreak when illness strikes, the joy when a new chick is born, and the effect that the birds have on her own family, including dog, Marky. Beautifully illustrated with Lauren’s own witty drawings and photos.


William Shakespeare’s STAR WARS by Ian Doescher

William Shakespeare’s STAR WARS

by Ian Doescher
published: Out Now

The most popular film franchise in history joins the world’s most famous writer. Accompanied by woodcut illustrations of Chewbacca, C-3PO, Luke Skywalker and more, it takes the reader through the script of Star Wars using the language of the great Bard’s plays, and making it accessible to the modern reader.  Officially licensed by Lucas Films it’s ideal for Star Wars fans, and Shakespearian scholars alike!


ANDY MURRAY: CHAMPION by Mark Hodgkinson

ANDY MURRAY: CHAMPION

by Mark Hodgkinson
published: Out Now

The compelling story of how US Open Champion and Olympic gold medallist Andy Murray defied the odds to become one of Britain’s greatest ever tennis players.  Who first spotted Murray’s true potential? How did the rivalry with his older brother spur him on? What differences has new coach,  Ivan Lendl, brought to his game? What drives Murray to greatness? Now available in paperback with new chapter bringing the story right up-to-date.


NO-NONSENSE CONTAINER GARDENING by Christine Walkden

NO-NONSENSE CONTAINER GARDENING

by Christine Walkden
published: Out Now

TV and radio gardening expert, Christine Walkden, reveals the secret of growing vegetables, herbs, fruit and flowers in small spaces.  Full of practical tips and advice for all your container projects, from choosing the right pots and where to site them, to planting a window box and creating a colourful display in a hanging basket.


Welcome to Biscuit Land by Jessica Thom

Welcome to Biscuit Land

by Jessica Thom with Foreword by Stephen Fry
published: Out Now

‘…a charming, touching and valuable book.’    Stephen Fry

Follows a year in the life of the extraordinary Jess Thom who has Tourette’s Syndrome.  Based on her entertaining blog, Touretteshero, in which Jess transforms herself into a superhero to educate children and adults about her condition, showing that although living with Tourette’s is tough, it can also be funny and inspiring.


Out of Bounds: Legendary Tales from the19th Hole by Sam Torrance

Out of Bounds: Legendary Tales from the19th Hole

by Sam Torrance
published: Out Now

One of Britain’s best-known golf personalities presents some of the funniest and most outrageous stories gathered from more than 40 years in the sport.  Includes  tales behind-the-scenes at the Ryder Cup, the eccentric and the bizarre, the triumphs and disasters, all told with Sam’s characteristic wit and insight.


LivWise: Easy Recipes for a Healthy, Happy Life by Olivia Newton-John

LivWise: Easy Recipes for a Healthy, Happy Life

by Olivia Newton-John
published: Out Now

Olivia explains her belief in the importance of eating a healthy diet in order to maintain wellness and balance, and shares simple, wholesome and tasty recipes that she loves to cook for her family.


The Digital Diet by Daniel Sieberg

The Digital Diet

by Daniel Sieberg
published: Out Now

A life changing book that will help you take back control of your life, find time for REAL friends, and make technology work for you.  It isn’t about cutting out technology all together but about helping you take a step back from digital dependency and use it in a healthier way.


Many Lives by Stephanie Beacham

Many Lives

by Stephanie Beacham
published: Out Now

A vivid and entertaining memoir of the life of one of Britain’s best-loved actors,  and an inspirational and very personal account of her spiritual journey.


Through a Dog’s Eyes by Jennifer Arnold

Through a Dog’s Eyes

by Jennifer Arnold
published: Out Now

The truly inspiring story of how Jennifer has trained hundreds of dogs to help people with disabilities live a more independent life, and a wonderful insight into the mind of a dog that will help owners everywhere build a closer and happier relationship with their own dog.


My Life in Football by Denis Law

My Life in Football

by Denis Law with Ivan Ponting
published: Out Now

Law looks back at his extraordinary career including 11 years with Manchester United, his 55 caps for Scotland, and being named European Footballer of the Year in 1964. Illustrated with more than 250 photographs, and with Law’s legendary ability as a storyteller, My Life in Football brings the golden age of football vividly to life.


The Timeless Swing by Tom Watson

The Timeless Swing

by Tom Watson with Nick Seitz
published: Out Now

Tom Watson offers a lifetime’s worth of wisdom and insight into the game of golf, showing players of any age how they can play to the best of their abilities and enjoy the game more.


Rose Petal Jam by Beata Zatorska and Simon Target

Rose Petal Jam

by Beata Zatorska and Simon Target
published: Out Now

A delightful collection of recipes, memories, paintings and poems that celebrates the best of Poland. With stunning photography it includes over 50 recipes interwoven with stories from Beata’s childhood growing up in Communist Poland.