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In a ghostly estate outside Dublin that is half-built, half-inhabited and half-abandoned, two children and their father have been found dead. The mother is on her way to intensive care. The murder squad's star detective Scorcher Kennedy is given the case and at first he and his rookie partner Richie believe it to be straightforward. But there are too many inexplicable details and the evidence is pointing in two directions at once. Poignant, compelling and beautifully written, In the Woods author Tana French's Broken Harbour combines tense and thrilling psychological crime with atmospheric storytelling in Broken Harbour.
Richard Ehrlich's 80 Recipes for your Halogen Oven provides various delicious family-friendly recipes that cover roasts, soups, stews, breads and puddings. Affordable, quick and economic, halogen ovens are the ideal modern appliance for those with a busy work and family life. In this time of quick fixes and gadgets, this book will help advocate good fresh cooking for the time-conscious cook.
An absorbing tale of family that has a fairytale-like quality about it, Bella Pollen’s The Summer of the Bear is a beautifully gentle read that possesses some thrilling plot twists. The story of a family coping with loss and fear, the Fleming’s must come to terms with the fact that father Nicky, a British diplomat, may have taken his own life having been found to have undertaken some suspicious activities. Pollen’s evocative writing illuminates each member of the fascinating family, particularly autistic Jamie who believes his father has returned in the form of an escaped bear that is running loose on the island.
Please be advised this collection contains adult themes.
10 Minutes to Table offers recipes and advice on how to cook straightforward and achieveable food in under ten minutes, Written by the Telegraph's food columnist Xanthe Clay, it will help you serve up healthy and delicious meals in almost no time at all. Using fresh ingredients, the cookbook is packed with insider tips and expert advice on how to eat well at home when time is in short supply. It aims to show that not only is cooking at home the cheaper, healthier and tastier option, it is also much faster.
Packed with influential and much-regarded theories from eminent thinkers, Anne Perkins' Politics is an excellent addition to the Little Book of Big Ideas series. A convenient source of information for students of the subject, this handy hardback acts as a great overview. Including the views of such luminaries as Lincoln, Engels and Gandhi, this pocket guide works through from the earliest notions to the most precise and up-to-date political concepts.
Doodles to Go Set - 2 books (collection)
Award-winning author and illustrator Babette Cole is the creator of Princess Smartypants and Doctor Dog and in the Fetlocks Hall set she brings her riotous humour to a riding stables world. When Penny wins a scholarship to Fetlocks Hall, she is delighted, but she soon realises that this is no ordinary school. As well as everyday riding lessons, Penny has to deal with unicorns, ghosts and evil horses who want to take over the world! Perfect reading for horse-loving girls, the Fetlocks Hall books in this collection are The Unicorn Princess and The Ghostly Blinkers.
Find out how the Koala Brothers can help Archie the Crocodile and George the Turtle to face their fears. These fantastic characters will be familiar from TV and are sure to become a huge hit with your youngsters. Tackling typical topics that worry preschoolers, the Koala Brothers Set is reassuring and helpful for parents and their children.