A quirky gift book about the joys of the allotment shed: a series of original and charming illustrations offer insight into the world of allotment huts and offer inspiration to create your own, very special shed.
Set in the Irish Catholic community of 1950s Liverpool and in Ireland, this is a saga of working class families, living on the edge of poverty yet bound together by humour and loyalty, gossip, grumbling and endless cups of tea.
An Anglican bishop, on recuperative leave from his African diocese, alights at the island of Nepthene for a short stay on passage to England, and is soon caught in the midst of a wild and exuberant cast of fellow visitors and residents.
When Robbie's mum died, everything changed. He starts to see a white hare and with her come dreams and visions he'd rather not see. What does the white hare want? And why does she think Robbie can make it happen?
In the gloriously hot summer of 1936, a group of people meet at a country house party. Then a shocking death puts an end to their revelry, changing everything in an instant.
A comprehensive illustrated biography of Kahlil Gibran, Lebanese-American artist, poet and author of the best-selling inspirational fiction The Prophet.
A duty-ridden woman dreams of breaking free from her small-town chains.
A blueprint for happiness which interweaves practical teachings, history, anecdote and ancestral wisdom.
An unflinching portrait of a US Marine company in WWI, written by a decorated army hero.
An inspiring collection of recipes from one of the world's oldest cities.
The Prophet is a bestselling novel published 1923. It has been translated into more than 40 languages and is a classic work of inspirational fiction.
A victorian epic transplanted to Japan, following a Korean family of immigrants through eight decades and four generations.
The gripping sequel to Diney Costeloe's bestselling drama, The Girl With No Name. The war is over, but trouble is brewing…