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Tommy's Peace: A Family Diary, 1919-33
- Paperback - Mainstream
Thomas Cairns Livingstone began to note his day-to-day experiences in 1913 and continued faithfully for the next 30 years. With each witty and well-observed entry, he recorded events at home and abroad through times of war and peace, joy and sadness. In this follow-up to 'Tommy's War', the focus is on the post-war years.
The Tudor Bride
- Paperback - Harper
King Henry V's new French Queen, Catherine, dazzles the crowds in England, blithely unaware of court undercurrents building against her. Catherine believes herself invincible as she gives birth to an heir. Tragedy strikes when King Henry is struck down by fever back in France and Catherine rushes to his deathbed. Back in England, the regency council removes the new young king from Catherine's care, and she retires to her dower estates, taking the King's Harper, Owen Tudor, with her as Steward. At the secluded manor of Hadham, a smouldering ember bursts into flame as Catherine and Owen Tudor become lovers.
A Time Of Tyrants: Scotland And The Second World War
- Paperback - Birlinn
This title presents a fascinating evaluation of Scotland's role in the Second World War by acclaimed historian, Trevor Royle. It is the follow up title to the successful 'Flowers of the Forest'.
Tour De France: The History, The Legend, The Riders
- Paperback - Mainstream Publishing
In this updated edition of the highly acclaimed 'Tour de France', Graeme Fife sets the 2013 race in the context of the event's remarkable history, stretching back to July 1903. Combining meticulous research with a pacy narrative style, he penetrates the mystique of the race and paints a colourful picture of the men whose exploits have given the Tour an enduring universal appeal.
The Twelve Signs O' Christmas: A Poem For Christmas
- Paperback - Waverley
This is a Christmas greeting from the Broons of No. 10 Glebe Street.
Then We Die
- Paperback - C & R Crime
Inspector John Carlyle gets the shock of his life when his mother announces she is getting a divorce after 50 years of marriage. But that's nothing compared to the storm that erupts when he stumbles across an execution of a wealthy businessman in a luxury London hotel room. The victim is the latest in a line of bodies being left across London by a ruthless Israeli hit squad. Going up against this deadly crew could prove to be fatal to Carlyle, but compared to his troubles at home, however, tracking them is something of a relief. But the body count continues to rise and then it gets personal.
The Thousand Emperors
- Paperback - Tor
Luc Gabion has finally achieved his life's goal: bring down Winchell Antonov, head of the Black Lotus terrorist organisation. When he finds himself investigating the murder of one of the Tian Di's ruling clique, he knows he's in real trouble.
Time Out Of Mind: The Lives Of Bob Dylan
- Hardback - Mainstream Publishing
In 1997, having failed to release a single new song in seven long years, Dylan put out the equivalent of two albums in a single package. He called it 'Time Out of Mind'. So began the renaissance, artistic and personal, that culminated in 2012's acclaimed 'Tempest'. In the concluding volume of his groundbreaking study, Ian Bell explores the unparalleled second act in a quintessentially American career. It is a tale of redemption, of an act of creative will against the odds, and of a writer who refused to fade away.
Tracks Of My Years
- Paperback - Pan Books
The Ken Bruce Show on Radio 2 is a national institution, much loved by millions of loyal listeners. Here, Ken reveals how his dream of working in radio kept him going through the wilderness years of accountancy, his stint at a car hire company, and finally a job at Radio Scotland before his move to Radio 2.
- Paperback - ReadZone
'Treasure Island' is an adventure story in which a young boy, Jim Hawkins, recounts his hunt for buried treasure and his fight with pirates led by the one-legged Long John Silver and his famous parrot, Captain Flint.
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