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Joey Dunlop: The Definitive Biography

Barker, Stuart
A new, definitive biography of road racing's most iconic figure, with new contributions from friends, family, team mates and never before told stories.

Talking With Serial Killers: World's Most Evil

Berry-Dee, Christopher
Christopher Berry-Dee is back. In Talking With Serial Killers: World's Most Evil, the bestselling author delves deeper still into the gloomy underworld of killers and their crimes.

Federer: The Definitive Biography

Bowers, Chris

Nike Nurses And Neon

Brown, Nigel
Showing you how the Pacific Ocean got its name, what a Pyrrhic victory is, or where the guitar came, this book reveals some of the influences that the classical languages have on the English words we use. It is suitable for pub quiz enthusiasts, crossword solvers, and verbal journalists.


Browne, Charlotte


Browne, Charlotte
Meet Fran Kirby: ultimate football hero

Smith (Ultimate Football Heroes)

Browne, Charlotte
Meet Kelly Smith: ultimate football hero

A Belfast Child

Chambers, John
A Belfast Child is a tale of divided loyalties, dark secrets and the scars left by hatred and violence on a proud city - but also a story of hope, healing and ultimate redemption for a family caught in the rising tide of the Troubles.

Peaky Blinders: The Legacy - The real story of Britain's most notorious 1920's gangs: The follow-up to the Sunday Times Bestseller

Chinn, Carl
The follow-up to the incredible Sunday Times bestseller, The Peaky Blinders: The Real Story.


Cockerill, Brian
Brian Cockerill has ruled his world with an iron fist. Using nothing but his hands as weapons, he has patrolled the streets, clubs and raves of Britain in order to keep order and to 'tax' those whose ill-gotten gains he sees fit to take a share of. Yet despite his appalling record of aggression, Brian is a man who lives by rules and respect.

Sins of the Father: Abused by my father every day for a decade, this is my story of survival

Daly, Shaneda
Sins of the Father tells of Shaneda Daly's horrific abuse for over a decade by her own father, and how she managed to take back the power he had taken away so cruelly.