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Two Sisters. An Intense Bond. A Bitter Rivalry. Margo is a live-in nanny for an upper-class family. Cora is a penniless dancer on the cusp of a big break. Total opposites, bound by the worst secret you can imagine. And when it's revealed, only one can survive. But can there be a winner when a secret is so dark?
The Twins By L.V. Matthews | 9781787399174R218.40 Buy Now
The shocking statistic that suicide is the biggest killer of men aged 29-40 in the UK has made us all wake up to the fact we need to encourage men to talk about their feelings. For some, the stigma and taboo around mental health make it a difficult subject to speak about or 'admit' to due to shame of being seen to be weak, especially in men. What can you do about it? What steps can you take, that could make a real difference to the men around you and point them toward the right help? Tom Chapman is the founder of mental health charity the Lions Barber Collective, set up to raise awareness for the prevention of suicide. This gives you the tools you need to play a supportive role and listen effectively.
How To Listen So Men Will Talk By Tom Chapman | 9781789562927R267.60 Buy Now
Koshchei, named after a sinister figure from Slavic folklore, is an invisible killer who cuts out the tongue of his victims and replaces it with a scroll of paper containing a few lines of what seems to be Italian verse. Former militia lieutenant Revol Rossel and Major Nikitin, must hunt Koshchei down. On the trail, they uncover more riddles, including one centred on the ruins of Hitler's bunker, the Fuhrer's own copy of a Renaissance manual for tyrants, and secret code hidden within that leads to a weapon of unimaginable power. A weapon coveted by the scheming plotters of Stalin's Kremlin. What Rossel and Nikitin do not know is that the mystery and the murderer are inextricably linked. And to save themselves they must not only catch Koshchei but also uncover the identity of another ghost hiding among the remnants of Hitler's once all-powerful Third Reich.
A Traitor’S Heart By Ben Creed | 9781802791945R295.00 Buy Now
After Ruby's husband, Archie, is brutally murdered during a robbery at their Spanish villa, she is distraught. But with an empire to run and a formidable business partner to please, Ruby has no time for tears. Determined to track down her husband's killer and keep her family safe, she sends her daughter to the UK, far away from the violence and secrets. As Ruby fights off the affections of her business partner, Vladimir, as well as attacks on her supplies from local gangs, she knows the game is too dangerous to stay in forever. But who can be trusted, and who is out for blood? For Ruby, family is everything. So, when Cathy gets into trouble, Ruby vows to protect her, whatever the cost.
The Game By Linda Calvey | 9781787399440R295.00 Buy Now
In Postal Bakes, Lucy Burton shares over 60 simple yet decadent recipes made to be sent through the post , all using the same tin. Featuring an array of fudgy brownies, sharing cookie slabs, sponge cakes, indulgent truffles and more, there is something to please even the most discerning sweet tooth. Lucy also shares how to pack baked goods so they look beautiful and arrive in one piece. So, whether it's a birthday, get-well-soon, new home or 'just because', make someone's day by posting them a homemade treat.
Postal Bakes By Lucy Burton | 9781914317286R386.50 Buy Now
Ten years ago, without time to think or prepare, Georgina Scull ruptured internally. The doctors told her she could have died and, as Georgina recovered, she began to consider the life she had led and what she would have left behind. Paralysed by a fear of wasting what seemed like precious time but also fully ready to learn how to spend her second chance, Georgina set out to meet others who had faced their own mortality or had the end in sight. The people she met taught her what it feels like to know you're running out of time, what tends to stays with you, what you should let go of, what everyone wishes they'd done differently and what it means to have a life well-lived. Regrets of the Dying is a powerful and hopeful meditation on life and what really matters in the end.
Regrets Of The Dying By Georgina Scull | 9781787396838R386.50 Buy Now
John Gregory-Smith shares over 60 recipes that are big on taste yet simple to whip up, all featuring his signature Middle Eastern twist. In this book, you'll discover that the secret to effortless culinary magic is a few punchy store-cupboard staples, a teaspoon of smoked paprika here, a drizzle of tahini there, and suddenly your Tuesday night traybake is transformed into a wicked meal. If you're tired of toast, have a vibrant hummus bowl the next time you're working from home. Or try John's insanely good Lamb and halloumi burgers, perfect for Friday night dinner with friends. John also includes cheats on how to make simple meals sing, including ideas for jazzed up mayos, quick salad dressings and zingy spice mixes, as well as menu plans that make entertaining a cinch.
Fast Feasts: Quick, Easy Recipes With A Middle Eastern Twist By John Gregory-Smith | 9781914317170R419.20 Buy Now
Featuring over 80 vegetarian (and some vegan) recipes arranged according to the seasons, chef and food writer Alice Hart encourages you to make vegetables the star of the plate and eat what is plentiful at the time. There's a focus on simple cooking methods and humble, familiar ingredients and spices, perfect for enthusiastic cooks and eaters. Try the punchy Smashed New Potato Salad with Blue Cheese and Chicory, a summery, aromatic Pak Choy, Miso and Mushroom Noodle Bowl or the umami-heavy comforting Butternut Puttanesca. With make-ahead elements to speed up meal prep and fad-free advice, Alice shows that, with the right recipe, even a humble cabbage or beetroot can be exciting, surprising and delicious.
The Magnificent Book Of Vegetables By Alice Hart | 9781914317217R546.40 Buy Now