Tommy is a fifty-something former pop star. He has lost everything and now lives with his elderly mum in South London
This in-depth book about dyslexia, and how it feels to have to deal with the problems it presents, shows the reader what it is to have this particular condition.
From tales of hilarious training ground mishaps and boozy nights in Aldershot to poignant memories of the British army’s final days in Aden in 1967, travelling the world as a
Seldom has an area of the British Isles been such a battleground over such a lengthy period of time.
Having spent an ordinary life with their parents in a small house, twins, Fadin and Tase, together with their elder brother Clearie, suddenly find themselves catapulted into quite
Elizabeth and her brother James have it all - the clubs, the money, the high life, but after the sudden death of their parents the only thing they really have is each other
Sarah Lewis desires nothing more than to begin again after a failed marriage and a tragedy so terrifying, it forces her to leave her life in London to stay with her best friend a w
The Vincents' nightclubs are popping up all over London.
The O'Connells, a gypsy family, plan to get their hands on the Palaces, but gypsies have no place in busine
1964 - London
Dolly Vincent is born to an East End gangster but is sent away for her own protection.
Mad Mick is hell bent on his revenge and will stop at nothing to kill h
The Last Myon is a story of fantasy adventure, revenge and an individual's total unwillingness to submit or to fail, battling against overwhelming natural elements and a g
There are countless books written about the wonderful sport of cricket, but not many from the unique perspective of the umpire.
In Who Am I? A Book of Riddles author Charlotte Sebag-Montefiore has produced a delightful child's bestiary in verse form.