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Moon Travel

Moon Prague, Vienna & Budapest (First Edition)

Auburn Scallon, Jennifer D. Walker
Authors:
Auburn Scallon, Jennifer D. Walker

FaithWords

Designed for More

Lucas Ramirez, Mike DeVito
Authors:
Lucas Ramirez, Mike DeVito

God designed his body of believers to be a powerful force in the world. Yet today, God's great story of reconciliation has been crippled because its messengers are unreconciled. God has designed us for so much more, but disunity among Christians has dramatically held us back from our fullest potential.DESIGNED FOR MORE calls every Christian to bring about Christ's daring vision for unity in the church, and through collective movement, impact the world like never before.Successful leaders everywhere understand the power in collective movement. The most extraordinary sports teams, companies, and organizations are those who learned to bring together their diverse parts into one cohesive whole. However, collective movement still remains an incredibly elusive challenge, especially in the church today.Thankfully, God has hidden in nature some incredible lessons for solving complex human problems. DESIGNED FOR MORE draws groundbreaking implications for how to achieve collective movement from new research on a jaw-dropping phenomenon of flocking starlings known as a murmuration. This marvel is one of nature's most spectacular sights; imagine hundreds of thousands of birds in motion, caressing the sky in unison as if it were their canvas. In the madness of the murmuration, the power of collective movement is on full display.DESIGNED FOR MORE unveils the power of the murmuration and applies its principles to individual spiritual journeys and the Church as a whole. Join author Lucas Ramirez with co-author Mike DeVito as they cast a fresh vision for how you can unleash the potential of a united body of Christ. When believers, churches, and ministries lay hold of their inter-connectedness in Christ and learn to murmurate, our impact will be limitless.

Sphere

The Marquis Wellington Jug

John Malcolm
Authors:
John Malcolm

An original short story taken from the anthology Motives for Murder, by members of The Detection ClubFrom acclaimed crime writer John Malcolm comes a tale of dodgy dealing in the antiques world. Bill Franklin, antiques dealer extraordinaire, is saddened to hear of the death of a local picture restorer - and when he goes to a very grand estate sale, he uncovers dark deeds . . .

Little, Brown Young Readers US

The Curvy Tree

Chris Colfer, Brandon Dorman
Authors:
Chris Colfer, Brandon Dorman

Once upon a time, there was a little girl who didn't quite fit in. When she runs away, she happens upon a curvy tree who helps her understand the importance of being different! This picture book stands alone but also plays an important role in the Land of Stories series - making this a must-have book for fans and new readers alike!

Piatkus

A Tapestry of Dreams

Jessica Blair
Authors:
Jessica Blair

The year is 1850, and Susannah Charlesworth loves the estate and open air life of the North Lincolnshire Wolds. She stands to become a very rich woman too - inheriting the estate, as well as her father's and uncle's wealth, one day. But then she meets the dashing Daniel Bullen and Susannah's life is about to change forever. As the eldest son, Daniel will take over his father's mill. He sees it as providing for a lifestyle he wants to pursue, but in order to avoid jeopardising the fortune that awaits him, Daniel must be careful how he conducts himself . . . and a marriage to Susannah will ensure that he becomes a very rich man indeed. Whilst their marriage, and the children Susannah bears, ensures that their union is a happy one at first, Susannah soon begins to realise that there is more to Daniel Bullen than she thought - and that she hasn't married the man of her dreams. When Susannah's father dies, Daniel learns that the huge wealth that he thought he would amass has gone to Susannah's uncle. The fragile bonds between them are broken. To find inner peace and save the family business, Susannah realises that she and her children must leave Daniel's cruel clutches. . . But can Susannah ever find happiness in this tapestry of dreams . . . ?

Constable

Toby Jug

Denis O'Connor
Authors:
Denis O'Connor

From the bestselling author of Paw Tracks in the Moonlight comes a new adventure with Denis O'Connor and his beloved cat Toby Jug. When Denis receives a call to help an abused and starved racehorse called Lady May, he has no idea how this new bond of friendship will shape his life. Toby, Denis and Lady May's adventures through the Northumberland countryside tells a special story filled with love, laughter and loss.

Sphere

The Vintage Teacup Club

Vanessa Greene
Authors:
Vanessa Greene

At a car boot sale in Sussex, three very different women meet and fall for the same vintage teaset. They decide to share it - and form a friendship that changes their lives . . . Jenny can't wait to marry Dan. Then, after years of silence, she hears from the woman who could shatter her dreams.Maggie has put her broken heart behind her and is gearing up for the biggest event of her career - until she's forced to confront the past once more.Alison seems to have it all: married to her childhood sweetheart, with two gorgeous daughters. But as tensions mount, she is pushed to breaking point. Dealing with friendship and families, relationships and careers, highs and lows, The Vintage Teacup Club is heart-warming storytelling at its very best.

Seal Press

Curvy Girls

April Flores, Rachel Kramer Bussel
Authors:
April Flores, Rachel Kramer Bussel

From the editor of Dirty Girls comes a new anthology of steamy stories for women who don't fit into a size zero,or two, or four,and the men and women who love them.In this voluptuously erotic collection, editor and best-selling author Rachel Kramer Bussel showcases the sensual side of having more to love," from the sexiness of big butts and plus-size corsets to the irresistible allure of pregnant bellies. No aspect of full-figured female sexuality is left unexplored, whether heterosexual or same-sex, raunchy or romantic, femme or butch. Bussel also includes seductive stories featuring characters of varying ethnic and racial backgrounds, exploring how different cultures approach size and eroticism. From trysts between long-time partners to one-night stands, from vanilla encounters to kinky romps, Curvy Girls is an all-inclusive celebration of the sensuality of larger women,in all their curvy glory.

Carroll & Graf

Raquel: Beyond the Cleavage

Perseus
Authors:
Perseus
Constable

The Favourite

Mathew Lyons
Authors:
Mathew Lyons

In The Favourite, Mathew Lyons strips away the myth - and the self-mythologising - to find Sir Walter Ralegh in the one role in which his contemporaries knew him best: the courtier who could win the attention - and the heart - of Elizabeth I, while also being the 'most hated man in England'. Using first-hand accounts, Lyons uncovers the maze of ambition, desire and amorality in which Ralegh lived before he rose to fame - a brutal Elizabethan world riven with crime and corruption and riddled with traitors and spies.

How To Books

Planning Wedding Reception At Home

Carol Godsmark
Authors:
Carol Godsmark

If you're planning to hold your wedding reception at home,in your village hall or even in a local barn there's a lotmore to think about than if you go the hotel route.You'll need to source and book the marquee and contact hire companies for tables and chairs, crockery and cutlery, table linen, loos, refrigeration, bar facilities, a generator - and more.The good news is that a wedding reception at home can be much more intimate and personal and you are able to be more flexible in terms of timing. You are also better able to control the cost - and with the average wedding totting up at around GBP17,000 in today's market, that's an important consideration. With this book you'll be able to event manage the day yourself so that all the details are covered and everything runs smoothly with the minimum of stress. Alongside all the more general advice and tips you'll find information on:* Preparing a budget and getting quotations for the marquee or village hall.* Choosing the menu, including a selection of sample menus.* If you're cooking yourself, how to prepare and shop for the chosen menus.* Buying alcohol, planning the bar and finding staff to man it.* How to hire equipment and gauge quantities of plates, cutlery, serving dishes,and tablecloths.* How to find good staff and instruct them on their duties.* Organising the music and ensuring sufficient electrical power.* Planning the big tidy up afterwards!

Running Press Adult

The Teapots Are Out and Other Eccentric Tales from Ireland

John B. Keane
Authors:
John B. Keane

A fitting tribute to John B. Keane, for decades Ireland's favourite storyteller, this winning short story collection typifies the late author's folkloric imagination and storytelling arts. These are congenial tales, too, as this literary legend views the foibles and fallibilities of Irish country folk with abundant compassion as well as a shrewd, sometimes sardonic eye. Add to that Keane's glorious sense of fun and roguery that will make readers relish all the more how and why, in "Fred Rimble," Jim Conlon kills the best friend he ever had. Or how Willie Ramley determines that his future wife will be "Guaranteed Pure." Or how, to tragic as well as comic effect, a gasp, garlic, and gossip undo Denny Bruder in "The Hanging." In all, Keane uncovers the folly in the romantic pangs, exalted aspirations, misguided mischief, and everyday shortcomings of the characters in the village of his storyteller's mind,and beyond the folly finds their humanity.

Basic Books

Jane Addams And The Dream Of American Democracy

Jean Bethke Elshtain
Authors:
Jean Bethke Elshtain

In this eagerly anticipated interpretation of the life and work of quintessential "public intellectual" Jane Addams (1860-1935), Jean Bethke Elshtain explores Addams's legacy thematically and chronologically, recounting her embrace of "social feminism," her challenge to the usual cleavage between "conservative" and "liberal," and the growth of Chicago's famed Hull House into a thriving cultural and intellectual centre. Jane Addams and the Dream of American Democracy is a rich and revealing portrait of one of the most extraordinary figures in American history.

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The Witness: Chapter 1

Chapter One of Nora Roberts' thrilling romance, The Witness.

by Amanda Carlson

Full Blooded

Read the first chapter of Full Blooded by Amanda Carlson, the start of an exceptionally fast-paced and irresistibly sexy new urban fantasy trilogy!

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An Extract from The Summer Queen

Overflowing with scandal, sex, triumph and tragedy. Read the first chapter of The Summer Queen, the gripping new novel from New York Times Bestseller, Elizabeth Chadwick.

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The eighth Nicholas Sparks mega-seller to be adapted for the big screen, Safe Haven is a thrilling tale of secrets, betrayals, heartbreaks, new beginnings and the redemptive power of love. An absolute must-read for those wanting to bring a little North Carolina sun into their lives, the gorgeous film tie-in edition of Safe Haven is available now.

by Christine Feehan

Dark Storm: Chapter One

To celebrate publication of Dark Storm, we're offering you a sneak preview from the first chapter. And if you like the Dark Carpathian series, you'll love Christine Feehan's new novels Lair of the Lion and Dark Nights, available now in paperback.

Richard Robinson

Richard Robinson is the author of 10 books of popular science including the Science Magic series (Oxford University Press) which was shortlisted for the Aventis Science Prize. He works full-time as a science presenter, and is regularly invited to perform demonstrations around the world at science festivals, universities and schools. He has performed at festivals ranging from the Edinburgh Science Festival to the Korean Science Festival, and lectured at universities ranging from the UK to the Ukraine. He holds a BSc in psychology.Illustrator Kate Charlesworth has drawn regularly for New Scientist and has illustrated a wide variety of publications including The Cartoon History of Time.

Mathew Lyons

MATHEW LYONS is the author of the acclaimedImpossible Journeys and In the Footsteps of J R R Tolkien.