Confirms Harris’s undisputed place as our leading master of both the historical and contemporary thriller’ Daily Mail
There was a time when Cicero held Caesar’s life in the palm of his hand. But now Caesar is the dominant figure and Cicero’s life is in ruins. Cicero’s comeback requires wit, skill and courage. And for a brief and glorious period, the legendary orator is once more the supreme senator in Rome. But politics is never static and no statesman, however cunning, can
How do you catch a killer who thinks murder is art? Michael Fisher sees himself as an artist rather than a killer and poses his victims to resemble famous paintings. Detective Nick Kelly is called to attend the latest crime scene and finds himself at the centre of a media storm. But while the rest of the police department feels under pressure, Nick relishes the attention. Karen Kelly, Nick’s soon to be ex-wife, watches in horror as this brutal game of cat and mouse plays out.
A Showcase book of 25 Short Stories promoting new & experienced Writers who live and work in and around, the Old Curiosity Bookshop and Tea Room in Hathern, LE12 5HZ, Leicestershire, England. Contributors are: John Constantinou, Ian Cook, Chris Davis, Angela Thody, Sven Hallin, Jonathan Hill, June Hutchinson, Avril Macintyre, Christopher Mills, Scarlett Storer-Rowe, Mark Stretton, Ricki Thomas, Christopher Vaughan-Jones, Tina Walford, and Stephanie Young. The perfect bedtime
The Blurb Stanley Yelnats' family has a history of bad luck, so he isn't too surprised when a miscarriage of justice sends him to a boys' juvenile detention centre. At Camp Green Lake the boys must dig a hole a day, five feet deep, five feet across, in the dried up lake bed. The Warden claims the labour is character building, but it is a lie. Stanley must dig up the truth. About Louis Sachar Louis Sachar (pronounced Sacker), born March 20, 1954, is an American author of chil
The Blurb In this intriguing and occasionally surreal volume of novellas and shorter fiction, BAFTA-nominated screenwriter and acclaimed novelist Paul A. Mendelson explores with humour and pathos how our words make us so vulnerably human.
A volunteer on a helpline hears a voice at the other end that changes her world forever...
A failing scriptwriter tries to sell his mad movie to a famous director by pretending it s the story of his life...
A proud Scotsman wakes up
The Hour The Hour. It's the only cycling record that matters: one man and his bike against the clock in a quest for pure speed. No teammates, no rivals, no tactics, no gears, no brakes. Just one simple question - in sixty minutes, how far can you go?
Michael Hutchinson had a plan. He was going to add his name to the list of record-holders, cycling's supermen. But how does a man who became a professional athlete by accident achieve sporting immortality? It didn't sound too h