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    A Spy Among Friends (Hardback)

    Ben Macintyre


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    Along with his 'friends' Nicholas Elliott and James Jesus Angleton, Kim Philby was one of the rising stars in the intelligence world during the early years of the Cold War. The three spies drank in the same bars, wore the same suits and spoke with the same accents, but Philby had one secret he never revealed to MI6 agent Elliott and CIA agent Angleton - he was covertly working for Moscow. An agent, double agent, traitor and enigma, Ben Macintyre's A Spy Among Friends looks at how Philby managed to hide his true identity for so long. It's a gripping tale of duplicity, loyalty, trust and treachery, made all the more startling as it is true. Macintyre draws on detailed research and newly released MI5 files, along with family papers, to deliver the definitive biography of what may well be the great secret of the Cold War. The book also comes with an afterword from John Le Carre.
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    My Secret Sister (Hardback)

    Helen Edwards and Jenny Lee-Sm


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    Helen Edwards suffered a traumatic childhood, suffering years of abuse at the hands of her neglectful mother and violent father. Adopted at six weeks old, Jenny Lee Smith was smothered in love and support as a child, becoming a golfing champion, but she always knew something was missing...

    In her fifties, Jenny decided to search her birth family and found her sister Helen. The siblings together searched for the truth about Jenny's birth - in turn uncovering a legacy of secrets that changed everything Helen knew about her family.

    My Secret Sister is an inspirational and moving true story about braving your past and not letting difficult times and bitterness define you as a person.
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    When Fraser Met Billy (Hardback)

    Louise Booth

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    Rescued from an abandoned house, Billy the cat transformed young autistic Fraser's life when the two first met at a cat protection shelter, and now the pair are inseparable. This is Billy's mother Louise Booth's account of the bond between one boy and his pet. Watching her son evolve from being an anxious and emotional little one prone to tantrums through to a less stressed and altogether more stable child with a brighter future. A book that will appeal to fans of A Street Cat Named Bob, When Fraser Met Billy is a poignant, touching and heart-warming read.
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    A Long Walk Home (Hardback)

    Judith Tebbutt

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    While on an adventurous holiday in Kenya, Judith Tebbutt's life changed forever when she was dragged into the depths of despair in lawless Somalia. After her husband David was murdered, Judith was captured by pirates and forced to endure enforced isolation and near starvation at their hands for 192 days. A Long Walk Home describes this horrific experience and how she managed to survive. Held hostage in a squalid room with a large ransom over her head, Judith learned that the responsibility of securing her release now rested with her son Ollie. With a tremendous amount of faith in her son, Judith resolved she would survive, doing everything she could to make her captors see her as a real human being. A powerful and unflinching account of this awful time, this book is a testament to resilience and the importance of family.
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    Where Memories Go: Why Dementia Changes Everything (Hardback)

    Sally Magnusson


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    The talented broadcaster and author Sally Magnusson provides an emotional insight into what it is like when someone close to you is suffering from dementia in Where Memories Go. Sally's mother, Mamie Baird Magnusson, was hailed as one of the finest journalists of her generation and this book shows how dementia crippled her as she desperately resolved to retain a grip on her life. Mamie was previously married to Mastermind presenter Magnus Magnusson and together they had five children, of whom Sally is the eldest. This book chronicles the anguish, frustrations and unexpected moments of brightness that the family experienced as dementia took hold of Mamie's life. As well as her personal experiences, Sally also seeks expert advice on how to live with the disease and asks penetrating questions about how we treat older people and what it means to be human...
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    Secrets My Mother Kept (Hardback)

    Kath Hardy

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    An inspirational and moving true story, Kath Hardy's Secrets My Mother Kept is extremely powerful and shows how truth and lies can keep families together and also destroy them. Kath grew up on a vast council estate in 50s London and the two most important people in her life were her manipulative mother Flo and her sister Aunty. But following her mother's death years later, Kath discovers a secret bundle of letters that shows the sisters were keeping secrets, one of which would cast a harrowing shadow over Kath and her sibling's lives...
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    Vet: The Big Wild World (Hardback)

    Luke Gamble

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    After cutting his teeth as a vet in the West Country, Luke Gamble now has to see if he can stand on his own two feet. Wild stallions, drowning cows and constipated snakes aside, his challenges have only just begun. Luke was described by the actor Martin Clunes as: "Like Dr Dootlittle but real", and The Vet: The Big Wild World is a hardback that tells how he is marrying the girl of his dreams while also attempting to launch his own practice. On top of this, he's also managing an international veterinary charity! Packed with startling true stories, you will have so much admiration for Luke as he swaps the familiar farms for the refugee camps of Africa, all as part of his idealistic quest to make a difference to the lives of animals!

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    Murder on the Home Front (Hardback)

    Molly Lefebure


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    One ordinary day, in an ordinary courtroom, forensic pathologist Dr Keith Simpson asks a keen young journalist to be his secretary. Although the horrors of secretarial work don't exactly appeal to Molly Lefebure, she's intrigued to find out just what goes on behind a mortuary door. Capable and curious, she quickly becomes indispensable to Dr Simpson as he meticulously pursues the truth. Accompanying him from sombre morgues to London's most gruesome crime scenes, Miss Molly observes and assists as he uncovers the dark and disturbing secrets that all murder victims keep. With a sharp sense of humour and a rebellious spirit, Molly tells her own remarkable true story here with warmth and wit, painting a vivid portrait of wartime London.
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    Fisherman's Friends (Hardback)

    Fisherman's Friends, Port Isaa


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    The warm, entertaining and quite remarkable autobiography of a group of ten enigmatic Cornish seadogs, Fisherman's Friends is written in collaboration with leading ghostwriter Robert Uhlig. Recalling the two decades during which the old salts gathered on the village quayside in Port Isaac, Cornwall every Friday summer night to entertain the locals with rousing sea shanties and traditional folk songs, this is a wonderfully affectionate and timely tale. Telling of the fame that was then suddenly bestowed upon these burly middle-aged men, this wonderful hardback brings alive the joy of traditional music.

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    A Spoonful of Sugar (Hardback)

    Brenda Ashford


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    A Spoonful of Sugar is a heart-warming memoir from 91-year-old Brenda Ashford as she looks back over the 62 years of her life she spent working as a Norland Nanny. As a young trainee at the outbreak of World War II, Brenda worked with poverty-stricken evacuees from London's East End as well as in the nurseries of smart Kensington homes. She also frequently put her life at risk and made a number of sacrifices for the children she loved so much. Throughout the course of her career, she looked after over 100 children and this book shows how much she cared for every single one of them. Warm, funny and moving, this is a true story that brings to life the colourful world of wartime England.

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    All Teachers Wise and Wonderful (Hardback)

    Andy Seed

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    A year after his experiences in the bestselling All Teachers Great and Small and after two years in his teaching job, Andy Seed returns to Craigthwaite Primary school brimming with confidence and looking forward to a year he believes will bring its own rewards. But he hasn't counted on Sheena, a nine-year-old with a permanent scowl, exploding piggy banks or bottle-rocket missiles. All Teachers Wise and Wonderful is the second in Andy's trilogy about life as a Yorkshire Dales teacher and is a warm, witty and refreshing memoir. A heart-warming read full of colourful anecdotes about school and village life.

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    Up Beat and Down Dale: Life and Crimes in the Yorkshire Countryside (Hardback)

    Mike Pannett

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    From Mike Pannett, a former Metropolitan Police officer and the author of Not on my Patch, Lad, Up Beat and Down Dale takes a look at the life and crimes that occur in the Yorkshire countryside. Pannett polices one of the largest rural beats in England and in this fascinating book, he investigates a series of burglaries in remote farmhouses and calls out a full-scale search in dreadful weather for a missing man. There's also a night-time operation in an empty museum and the harrowing challenge of taking three children into care against their mother's wishes. This is an insightful biographical read from the 'James Herriot' of policing!
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    All Fired Up (Hardback)

    Malcolm Castle

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    The longest serving fireman on the watch in Shrewsbury, Malcolm Castle provides a funny, moving and gloriously nostalgic account of just how surprising a fireman's life can be in All Fired Up: Tales of a Country Fireman. When he was 18, Malcolm became a fireman and pictured himself rushing into burning buildings to save fair damsels in distress. Little did he know he would also be jumping into slurry pits to rescue cows and saving stuck sheepdogs from fence panels. Nothing about working for the fire service was quite what he expected and this warming hardback gives an intriguing portrait of both life in the service and rural Britain.

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    THER

    Northerners (Paperback)

    Sefton Samuels


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    Northerners is a portrait of a no-nonsense people. It contains Sefton Samuels's stunning photography of everyday life in the north of England across the last four decades and features everything from the bleaker side of life with the riots in Moss Side through to legendary figures like Alan Bennett and Morrissey. This beautiful hardback shows that beyond the cliches of Northern life lies an altogether different portrait. The Guardian has described this book as "the photographic equivalent of Ken Loach" and it is sure to take pride of place on anyone who loves the North's bookshelf!

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    Penny Sweets and Cobbled Streets: My East End Childhood (Hardback)

    Nanny Pat

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    Written by Nanny Pat, the star of ITV2's The Only Way is Essex, Penny Sweets and Cobbled Streets: My East End Childhood vividly captures a lost way of life as she looks back over her colourful youth. Nanny Pat has always been at the heart of her family and her children and grandchildren still regularly pitch up at her house for a cup of tea, her famous sausage plait and some wise advice. Now, with her trademark warmth and humour, she evokes the East End of her childhood. With great character and wonderful anecdotes, this delightful memoir vividly captures a lost way of life and will appeal to any fans of TOWIE and the book even includes a recipe for Jellied Eels!

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    Wild (Paperback)

    Cheryl Strayed


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    "At twenty-six, Cheryl Strayed thought she had lost everything. In the wake of her mother's rapid death from cancer, her family disbanded and her marriage crumbled. With nothing to lose, she made the most impulsive decision of her life: to walk eleven-hundred miles of the west coast of America - from the Mojave Desert, through California and Oregon, and into Washington state - and to do it alone. She had no experience of long-distance hiking and the journey was nothing more than a line on a map. But it held a promise - a promise of piecing together a life that lay in ruins at her feet. Strayed's account captures the agonies - both mental and physical - of her incredible journey; how it maddened and terrified her, and how, ultimately, it healed her. Wild is a brutal memoir of survival, grief and redemption: a searing portrayal of life at its lowest ebb and at its highest tide."
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    Yoga for People Who Can't be Bothered to Do It (Paperback)

    Geoff Dyer

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    Witty and original, Yoga For People Who Can't Be Bothered To Do It is a screamingly funny travelogue of one man's findings in the far-flung places of the world. So much more than a travel book, Geoff Dyer's comments on the minutiae of the human comedy, from Amsterdam to Cambodia and Rome to Indonesia (to name but a few), hilariously and insightfully brings locations, experiences and sensations vividly to life. Readers will find themselves right alongside Dyer in his moments of calm as well as at the odd floundering in a sea of grievances, but will certainly remain smiling the whole time. A modern classic and essential reading that will not disappoint!
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    Country Girl (Paperback)

    Edna O'Brien


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    I thought of life's many bounties, to have known the extremities of joy and sorrow, love, crossed love and unrequited love, success and failure, fame and slaughter, to have read in the newspapers that as a writer I was past my sell-by date, yet regardless, to go on writing and reading, to be lucky enough to live in these two intensities that have buttressed my whole life. Born in Ireland in 1930 and driven into exile after publication of her controversial first novel, "The Country Girls", O'Brien has created a body of work which bears comparison with the very best writers of the twentieth century. In "Country Girl" we come face to face with literary life of high drama and contemplation. And along the way there are encounters with Hollywood giants, pop stars and literary titans - all of whom lend this life, so gorgeously, sometimes painfully remembered here, a terrible poignancy. In prose which sparkles with the effortless gifts of a master in her ninth decade, Edna O'Brien has recast her life with the imaginitive insight of a poet. It is a book of unfathomable depths and honesty.
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    A Boy's Own Dale (Hardback)

    Terry Wilson


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    Growing up in rural Yorkshire in the 1940s and 50s, Terry Wilson spent his days 'out-fishing' the adults with his home-made rod, grouse-beating for the lady of the manor and helping to bring in the farmers hay in exchange for rabbit shooting rights. A Boy's Own Dale is told with affection, dry humour and a respect for the landscape and its people, and through Terry's eyes we meet farmers, mill owners and 'gentlemen of the road' in this beautifully illustrated tale of a long-lost world.

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    Bitter Experience Has Taught Me (Paperback)

    Nicholas Lezard


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    In 2007, Nicholas Lezard was kicked out of his home, for reasons we need not go into here. Since then he has been obliged to muster whatever scant internal resources he has - and to pay child support - while maintaining an entirely essential wine habit. From being the adult father in a household with three children he has had to relearn the art of being just one member of a shared home, as if he was a student all over again. His housemates have included his great friend Razors, the psychopath with a heart of gold, and Laurie Penny, the brilliant feminist journalist and campaigner who still would prefer not to empty the bins. He hopes this account of his adventures and misadventures in love, alcohol and games of Night Cricket played against the wall of the local church will be a comfort and an inspiration to all feckless male dolts in similar positions. And an Awful Warning for those who are, as yet, not.
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    Lost At Sea (Hardback)

    Jon Ronson

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    Jon Ronson, the award-winning writer, documentary maker and author of The Men Who Stare At Goats, is fascinated by madness, extraordinary behaviour and the human mind. In Lost At Sea, he presents a collection of his adventures, from meeting the man preparing to welcome aliens to Earth to another who tried to split the atom in his kitchen and the Deal or No Deal contestants who developed a foolproof system to beat the Banker. Frequently hilarious, sometimes disturbing and always entertaining, Lost At Sea is a compelling read that features some bizarre and unusual stories and intriguing people.
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    ICTM

    Call the Midwife - Illustrated Edition (Hardback)

    Jennifer Worth

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    A large and beautifully illustrated edition of Jennifer Worth's bestselling memoir Call the Midwife, this hardback would make a fantastic gift for any fan of the book or popular BBC adaptation starring Jessica Raine, Miranda Hart, Pam Ferris and Vanessa Redgrave. Focusing on the nuns and midwives who brought so many babies into the world during the 1950s, the book includes photographs of the Docklands, the families, housing, health service and food of the time. A perfect insight into how life was lived during this era, this is a beautiful addition that really brings 1950s' London to life.
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    Stolen (Hardback)

    Louise Monaghan


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    Stolen: Escape from Syria describes how, as one of the worst civil wars in Syria's history raged throughout the country, Louise Monaghan walked across a heavily guarded border to save her six-year-old child from the father who had so callously kidnapped her. She encountered captivity, beatings and cruelty beyond belief along the way, but miraculously both Louise and her little girl escaped. Their journey back, led by illegal people-smugglers, took them through bomb attacks and sniper fire and is actually a miracle in itself. This emotional read is a breathtaking true story about survival.

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    DUST

    Red Dust Road (Hardback)

    Jackie Kay

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    A remarkable journey through Jackie Kay's childhood - one ridden with prejudice and experiences of rejection - Red Dust Road is a moving and beautifully written autobiography. Vividly told, Kay's memoir tells of her upbringing as an adopted, mixed-race lesbian in a genuine and appealing manner, without unattractive doses of self pity. Full of good humour and touching honesty, and written in a flowing, delicate style more akin to a bestselling novel, this is a fascinating story of nature versus nurture. This remarkable read was the winner of the Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust Book Awards: Book of the Year Award in 2011.

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    Kate's Daughter (Hardback)

    Piers Dudgeon

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    Containing some striking personal photographs, Piers Dudgeon's Kate's Daughter: The Real Catherine Cookson tells the rags to riches tale of the esteemed British author. The story is told by people who knew her as she grew up and what emerges is a fresh portrait with vividly drawn detail that casts a new light on an author whose real life was almost as sensational and dramatic as the fictional worlds she created. A fresh documentary portrait, the book does not shy away from the fears that cast Catherine into the nightmare of mental breakdown and also discusses how her husband Tom Cookson may have been responsible for leading her out of this and gave her the courage to be herself and write her way into the hearts and minds of book readers across the world.

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    Hemingway's Boat (Hardback)

    Paul Hendrickson


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    Paul Hendrickson provides an invaluable, unforgettable and original portrait of Ernest Hemingway and his beloved boat, Pilar, in Hemingway's Boat. Telling the story of the great American writer by focusing on the boat he wrote on, fished from and loved on, this gives a new insight into the life of a man who became a literary sensation. The biography covers from the pinnacle of Hemingway's fame in 1934 to his suicide in 1961, and this enchanting read showcases the close connection between events in his life and the words that ended up on the pages in his work.
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    Me and Mine (Hardback)

    Anna May Mangan


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    The warm-hearted story of an Irish immigrant family who left the Emerald Isle for London in the 1950s, Me and Mine is a colourful memoir by Anna May Mangan. Filled with survival and laughter in the face of adversity, this is inspiring reading. Told with great wit and humour, this memorable account is packed with entertaining and fascinating anecdotes about the life of immigrants in the English capital at a time when poverty, death and confusion reigned.

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    True Animal Stories Set - 3 Books (collection)

    Various

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    Readers who love animals will enjoy this three-book collection of heart-warming and poignant true stories. The Meerkats of Summer Farm is Jane Collier's account of how, after being found abandoned by their mother, two playful and ever-inquisitive meerkats became the star attraction at Axe Valley Bird and Animal Park in Devon, while Boo! The Underdog With a Heart of Gold is a bestseller from Lisa Edwards about a truly unlikely hero - therapy dog Boo, who has the uncanny ability to sense what each individual needs in times of despair. Finally, Sarah Oliver's Pollyanne tells the inspirational rags-to-riches story of one little donkey's amazing journey from the Knacker's Yard to star of the West End's opera scene!
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    MYPC

    My Paper Chase (Hardback)

    Harold Evans

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    From a wartime beach in Wales to the gleaming skyscrapers of 21st century Manhattan, the extraordinary career of Fleet Street legend Harold Evans has spanned five decades of tumultuous social, political and creative change. This moving memoir from the editor of the Sunday Times delivers a penetrating insight into some of the major events in post-war Britain and charts the incredible rise of a working class boy who failed the 11-plus but achieved so much in a lifetime.

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    MLMP

    Oink! My Life With Minipigs (Hardback)

    Matt Whyman

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    If you're one of the many people yearning to live the good life in rural bliss surrounded by animals, Matt Whyman's Oink! My Life With Minipigs will show you the reality behind the fantasy! An author and house husband, Matt enjoys the quiet life, whereas his high-flying, business-savvy wife Emma loves the chaos that kids, pets and livestock bring. So when Emma adds minipigs Butch and Roxi to a household already full to bursting with children, dogs and chickens, the scene is set for domestic drama. In Emma's mind, the new arrivals will just snuggle up with the rest of the family on the sofa, but Matt feels sure that the battle for hearts, minds and snouts is far from won. A book full of warmth, laughs and heart, Oink! tells the story of one man and his menagerie and is a cautionary tale for anyone who thinks living with pigs is the way to a simple life!

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    Life With The Lid Off (Hardback)

    Nicola Hodgkinson

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    A wonderful story of family life, Nicola Hodgkinson's Life With the Lid Off is a touching memoir that brings joy to a subject that is so often filled with sadness. The author's inspirational reaction to a painful divorce and the stark realities that were to follow makes this a truly warming and heartening read, that offers a funny and delightfully written account of the occasional mayhem of life in a single-parent family. Uplifting and genuine, this book will be a real eye-opener for those that have been through a divorce but has so much more to offer besides. The book was the winner of The People's Author writing competition featured on The Alan Titchmarsh Show.

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    STOH

    Stairways to Heaven (Hardback)

    Lorna Byrne

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    As a child, author Lorna Byrne claims she was told by the angels that her job on Earth was to share the wisdom and knowledge that God and the angels were giving her. When Lorna's husband died, her world fell apart and in Stairways to Heaven, she tells the story of how she pulled her life back together and broke her silence to spread the angels' message around the world. An uneducated mother of four, she describes the future that she believes God envisages for us - and other possible futures that depend on the decisions we make. She also reveals some of the most detailed information about angels that has ever been written and introduces us to the Guardian Angel of the Earth, explaining why she thinks it is so important we listen to him...

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