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Mad Mitch's Tribal Law
- Hardback - Mainstream Publishing
Mad Mitch was truly a man out of his time. Supremely self-confident and debonair, he was an empire builder, not dismantler, and railed against the national malaise he felt had gripped Britain's political establishment. Drawing on a wide array of never-before-seen archival sources and eyewitness testimonies, 'Mad Mitch's Tribal Law' tells the remarkable story of inspiring leadership, loyalty and betrayal in the final days of British Empire. It is, above all, a shocking account of Britain's forgotten war on terror.
- Paperback - Oxford University Press
'Macbeth' is the story of a noble and courageous man, Macbeth. A chance meeting plants seeds of ambition in his mind. Gripped by the same ambition, Lady Macbeth pushes her husband to gain power, with terrible consequences. 'TreeTops Classics' are adapted and abridged versions of classic stories to enrich and extend children's reading experiences.
The Mark Of The Horse Lord
- Paperback - Red Fox
Blood was staining the sand of the arena - the blood of his friend Vortimax whom he had just slain. All around him Phaedrus the Gladiator could hear the triumphant shouts of the crowd; and he knew that he had won his freedom. But he had not left a life of chance behind him. Soon he found himself riding north towards the wilds of Caledonia, on a strange mission. He was to assume the identity of Midir, heir to the kingdom of Dalriada and Lord of the Horse People, to seek vengeance against the treacherous Liadhan, who had usurped the throne.
Mr (not Quite) Perfect
- Paperback - Mills & Boon
Murders Most Foul
- Paperback - Allison & Busby
1861. When the body of an unknown woman is found in an Edinburgh close, Detective Constable Faro assumes the killing is a random act of violence - until he finds a playing card, the nine of diamonds, underneath her corpse. His superiors scoff at his suspicions of a serial killer, but days later a man is attacked in the street, and left badly bruised and battered with the nine of diamonds in his pocket. Faro believes there is a connection.
More Holy Wit
- Paperback - Steve Savage
This collection of jokes and anecdotes with a clerical connection continues to find new readers today.
The Method Of Freedom
- Paperback - AK Press
'The Method of Freedom' collects Malatesta's most enduring long-form essays - including 'Anarchy' and 'Our Program' - together with previously un-translated articles from the numerous journals he edited over his long newspaper career. Written in Malatesta's clear, accessible style, these essays are sure to excite a new generation of radicals.
Masters Of Men: Ken Venturi, Rory McIlroy And One Epic Golf Journey
- Hardback - Arena Sport
This is the story of one journey taken, over half a century apart, by two outstanding golfers. But, this is more than a golf book. It's the story of two young men, and the people who filled their lives - the mentor who dominated Ken Venturi, the agent who loomed too large over Rory McIlroy, and the two young girls who became their first loves and lost their men as they became champions. It pits the incredible struggles and victories of perhaps the single most naturally talented golfer from the 1950s and '60s against the game's most naturally talented golfer of today. It puts them on the same tee boxes, on the same greens, on the same day.
My Immortal Highlander
- Paperback - Zebra
'My Immortal Highlander' is a story of identical twin brothers trapped between the curse that has been their legacy and the two women whose love is their destiny.
The Making Of John Lennon: The Untold Story Behind The Rise And Fall Of The Beatles
- Hardback - Luath Press
To many people, the history of The Beatles is a fairy story. 'The Making of John Lennon' reveals new insights into the effects of Lennon's mental health and how his personality was shaped by his childhood in Liverpool. It provides answers to questions such as why the true source of 'Strawberry Fields' could not be revealed, why Pete Best's college connection led to his sacking from the group, and why class backgrounds were the real reason for the break-up of The Beatles.
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