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Books by various authors
Book No: 1
Jig the Dancer - clinical killer, elusive assassin, secret weapon of the IRA. The perfect kill, the perfect getaway, are Jig’s hallmarks.
Frank Pagan - British counter-terrorist agent. The perfect hunter, a man of singular and chilling motivation. Jig’s perfect foil.
Ten million dollars destined for the IRA go missing in America. Jig is sent in to find and kill the traitor. Pagan follows to hunt and hound Jig, the enemy he has sought for so long.
The perfect match for a dance to death …
Book No: 2
‘A strong candidate for “Thriller of the Year”…
Certainly I have not read one better’
The world of Pagan, Special Branch’s counter-terrorist agent, is being violated. He is being observed, his every movement tracked and recorded.His flat is broken into. The only object stolen is a photograph of his dead wife, which is later returned to him grotesquely disfigured.
It is the most critical assignment of Pagan’s career, as well as his fate, to bring to justice the enigmatic and ruthless terrorist Carlotta, who is wanted the world over for her hideous crimes.
Book No: 3
Campbell Armstrong was born in Glasgow and educated at Sussex University. He and his family now live in Ireland. His bestselling novels have place him on the front rank of international thriller writers.
Frank Pagan is a policeman in disgrace - which is why, reduced to a sort of odd-job security man, he is escorting a not-very-important Russian official on a not-very-important trip to Edinburgh.
His career prospects take a turn for the worse when his Russian is assassinated - shot at point-blank range - on Waverley Station.
As he begins to pick up the pieces the trail leads back to the Baltic emigré community, to the United States and then into the heart of the Soviet Union itself…
Book No: 4
‘Headline-fresh conspiracy thriller … manages to be both pacy and tantalising.’
An unremarkable man, a corporate accountant maybe, on his way through the sweaty, humid evening streets of Manila. A target.
In suburban Dallas, a second man, watched by his teenage daughter, swinging his car into the driveway. A target.
In a private clinic, unconscious, drifting towards death, the Director of the CIA. On his discreetly secure Pennsylvania estate, his probable successor, waiting as the Washington power brokers do the necessary deals. A target.
Charlie Galloway begins, unofficially, to investigate the murder of an unimportant Filipino woman and step by step is drawn into a lethal conspiracy that reaches deep into the dark heart of government …
Book No: 5
‘Campbell Armstrong is a wonderfully atmospheric writer who shines a light into the dark corners of the human heart.’
It’s August in the Barsetshire village of Worsted, and Richard Tebben, just down from Oxford, is contemplating the prospect of a long summer in the parental home. But the numerous and inmpossibly glamorous Dean family - exquisite Rachel, her capable husband and six of their nine brilliant children - have come for the holidays, and their hostess Mrs Palmer plans to rope everyone into performing in her disastrous annual play. Surrounded by the irrepressible Deans, Richard and his sister Margaret cannot help but have their minds broadened, spirits raised and hearts smitten.
Book No: 6
‘Angela Thirkell is perhaps the most Pym-like of any twentieth-century author, after Pym herself’.
Alexander McCall Smith
Set against the French and Indian siege of Fort William Henry in 1757, The Last of the Mohicans recounts the story of two sisters, Cora and Alice Munro daughters of the English commander, who are struggling to be reunited with their father. They are aided in their perilous journey by Hawk-eye, a frontier scout, and his companions Chingachgook and Uncas, the only two survivors of the Mohican tribe.
But their lives are endangered by Magua, the savge Indian traitor who captures the sisters, wanting Cora to be his squaw …
Book No: 7
James Fenimore Cooper is best known as one of America’s earliest writers whose work helped shape American literature. His stories helped to instil a sense of history to the foundling nation.
To his fans, Joey is that best friend who always highlights the brighter side of life but also isn’t afraid to get real. In the pages of his first book, he opens up about his years of struggling with family hardships and troubles at school, with cruel bullying and the sting of rejection.
Joey Graceffa’s story is a welcome reminder that it’s not where you begin that matters, but where you end up.
Book No: 8
Joey Graceffa is one of the fastest-growing personalities on YouTube. In 2013, between his daily vlogs and gameplay videos, Joey produced and starred in his own supernatural series.
He grew up with his family in Boston before moving to pursue a career in entertainment.
Why were Sam Sundown, Billy Futt and Dan Dundee trembling in their shoes as they waited for the two o’clock train? Who was quicker on the draw than Filthy Sid Mullet? When Tall Tom Tanner, Luke P.Lazarus and Smiling Sid rode into Dodge City, how did the fox-faced man in the green felt top hat change their lives forever? Why did Tim Tupper live in a tree and ride a purple pig? What strange thing happened in a dark Wyoming cave to make an outlaw faint? Who was the gunman in the long pink dress?
And as for Arthur …
Book No: 9
Here in one bumper volume are three of Alan Coren’s widely-praied Arthur Books, a szeries of six hilarious Western Thrillers fo children, all delightfully illustrated by John Astrop.
Though there have been numerous cricketing families, none has been as eminent, nor exhibited such a blend of style and statistics, as the Cowdreys. In this probing biography, Ivo Tennant considers the background, characters and chievements of the family’s three first-class cricketers - Colin, Christopher and Graham.
Book No: 10
OF A CRICKETING FAMILY
Frank Binder was a lecturer in English Studies at Bonn University from 1922 to 1933. A Journey in England is based on lectures given to his students there before he was driven out by the Nazis.
It describes, in glorious style, a tour of England by train and on foot. He visits the great churches and other historic buildings at Ely, Peterborough, Lincoln, Liverpool, Chester, Stratford-on-Avon, Leamington and Warwick, then on foot through Kenilworth, Oxford and Thames towns and villages such as Reading, Maidenhead, Bray, Windsor, Stoke Poges and Runnymeade.
Book No: 11
A penetrating and philosophical view of England during the 20s through the eyes of a literary giant…
When Ingrid Newkirk, president of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, almost single-handedly set into motion the largest animal-rights organization in the world, she knew that one person can make a difference.
In this book Ingrid has collected the wisdom, stories and insight of dozens of activists and world-changers who have proved that one person can make a movement.
Book No: 12
“This is a great book by a cool lady.”
-Sir Paul McCartney
Book No: 13
In all the annals of detection there is one master method and one master detective - Sherlock Holmes.
He is one of the few great characters in literature whose fictions have become fact.
This book contains some of his most famous cases - The Speckled Band, A Scandal in Bohemia, The Engineer’s Thumb and nine others.
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