Friends Like These
by Felicia Kingsley
All is fair in love and war... Allegra Hill is smart, honest and selfless - but she has also always been the runner-up. Ever since she was at school, one person has constantly managed to beat her to every prize. Who is Allegra's nemesis? Sparkle Jones, whose life is every bit as glittery as her name. Now twenty-six, Allegra finally feels like a winner, with a house of her own and a job at London's most prestigious estate agents. But suddenly, Sparkle Jones is back. And it all happens right a...
by Neil McCormick
Zero is the latest craze. Young, sexy and brilliant, he is a multi-hyphenated (singer-songwriter-rapper-producer) superstar for the digital generation. According to his publicist at least. He’s also a narcissistic, insecure, hyperactive, coke-snorting, pill-popping, loud-mouthed maelstrom of contradictions skating over the thin ice of terminal self-loathing. He has touched down in New York with his sycophantic entourage for the launch of a new single/album/movie/tour. It is countdown to Year Ze...
by Don Delillo
Gary Harkness is a football player and student at Logos College, West Texas. During a season of unprecedented success on the football field, he becomes increasingly obsessed with the threat of nuclear war. Both frightened and fascinated by the prospect, he listens to his team-mates discussing match tactics in much the same terms as military generals might contemplate global conflict. Offering a timely and topical look at human beings' obsession with conflict and confrontation, End Zone is a clev...
The Vampire of Venice Beach the Vampire of Venice Beach
by Jennifer Colt
by Donald Wightman
Take the slap-stick farce of a 1950’s Ealing comedy and update it with a generous portion of risqué humour – this is the laugh-out-loud comedy novel by Donald Wightman. The Bridgnorth writer used his own on-train experiences to create his story. `I set out to devise an original plot packed with humour and quirky characters. My own railway industry knowledge provided the ideal platform for this hilarious, read-between-the-lines comedy novel, Bland Encounter. With a heritage railway on my own doo...
Undead and Unpopular (Undead, #5)
by MaryJanice Davidson
Betsy Taylor, Vampire Queen, already has plenty on her plate. For one thing, next week is her birthday - the big 3-1 in human years, and one in undead years. (Yes, she bit the dust on her birthday last year.) On top of that, she still has wedding plans to finalize - and it's not helping that the prospective groom is avoiding anything to do with it. And then there's her decision to stop drinking blood - something she has yet to share with Eric Sinclair, her fiance - who also happens to be the vam...
Good Murder (William Power Mystery)
by Robert Gott
It's 1942, and war is raging in Europe and in the Pacific. The Japanese army is on Australia's doorstep, and the small coastal Queensland town of Maryborough is on full war footing. What they are not prepared for is the arrival in the town of a troupe of incompetent actors whose unjustifiably self-confident leader, William Power, is determined to bring his daring production of Titus Andronicus to the barbarians of rural Australia. Unfortunately for the Power Players, the only gift William Power...
A Place Called Hope (Hope)
by Philip Gulley
Quaker Pastor Sam Gardner agrees to oversee a wedding in place of the ill Unitarian minister, unaware until the couple stands before him that they're two women. In the tempest of strong opinions and misunderstandings that follows, Sam faces potential unemployment. Deeply discouraged, he wonders if his pastoral usefulness has come to an end. After all, his wife has found a new job at the library, his elder son is off to college, and the younger one has decided to join the military once he graduat...
The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare (100 Bestsellers) (Readitnow)
by G K Chesterton
The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare is a novel by G. K. Chesterton, first published in 1908. The book is sometimes referred to as a metaphysical thriller.In Edwardian era London, Gabriel Syme is recruited at Scotland Yard to a secret anti-anarchist police corps. Lucian Gregory, an anarchistic poet, lives in the suburb of Saffron Park. Syme meets him at a party and they debate the meaning of poetry. Gregory argues that revolt is the basis of poetry. Syme demurs, insisting that the essence of po...
Christmas Miracles at Hedgehog Hollow (Hedgehog Hollow)
by Jessica Redland
It's the countdown to Christmas at Hedgehog Hollow Wildlife Rescue Centre, and everyone is gearing up for a festive season to remember...It should be the most wonderful time of the year for Samantha and Josh as they prepare for the arrival of their first baby. But life at Hedgehog Hollow rarely goes to plan and the pair are faced with adversaries, old and new, and unexpected challenges to overcome.Fizz's job at the heart of the rescue centre is a dream come true but her personal life is more lik...
The Super Remixed TM Count of Monte Cristo (Super Remixed TM Count of Monte Cristo, #2)
by Hansel Castro
One To Watch
by Kate Stayman-London
One of TIME MAGAZINE's "100 MUST-READ BOOKS OF 2020"!Finalist for Australian Romance Association Award: Favourite Debut Romance Author 2020'A FAST, FURIOUS READ, BRIMMING WITH WIT' Fiona Davis, The Chelsea Girls'THOROUGHLY CHARMING' Hillary Clinton'VIBRANT, TENDER, STYLISH, SEXY AND OUTRAGEOUSLY JOYFUL' Hannah Orenstein, Love at First Like25 DATES. 8 MEN. A NATION WATCHING.UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL SHE FALL IN LOVE.OMBEA! Bea Schumacher is a devastatingly stylish plus-size fashion blogger with...