The Kaiser's Gold

The Kaiser’s Gold by Bill Kitson

Babes in the wood, babes in the wood, who will be next to be covered in blood?

Gas Man

Gas Man by Colin Black

10… 9… 8… 7… 6… That’s about as far as you get, counting backwards, as you wait for surgery to begin – and that’s all most people know about what I do.

People Power

People Power by Karen J.Hewitt

Turbocharge employee engagement through health and safety.


Listen by Kathryn Mannix

There are moments when we must talk, listen and be there for one another.

The Night Caller

The Night Caller by Martina Murphy

Sometimes darkness stalks the most beautiful places...

The Soldier's Girl

The Soldier’s Girl by Mary Jane Staples

Young Maisie Gibbs is a conscientious young woman, though life is harder since both her parents passed away.


FRONTLINE: Saving Lives in War, Disaster and Disease by Dr Tony Redmond

Tony Redmond is one of the few truly good people you will ever meet.

The Eloquence of the Sardine

The Eloquence of the Sardine: The Secret Life of Fish & Other Underwater Mysteries by Bill Francois

Humans have identified just a fraction of the 2.2 million species living in the sea.

Give Great Presentations

Give Great Presentations: How to Speak Confidently and Make Your Point

Speaking in front of other people can be a real worry if you've not had a lot of practice.

Get that Job

Get that Job: Interviews: How to Keep your Head and get your Ideal Job

You've got a fantastic CV; now comes the big test.

The Betrothed Sister

The Betrothed Sister by Carol McGrath

Thea, also known as Gytha, the elder daughter of King Harold II, travels with her brothers and grandmother into exile carrying revenge in her heart.

A Sign of the Times

A Sign Of The Times by Mary James Staples

It's 1959, and Boots Adams and his wife Polly are at their favourite Camberwell pub when they witness with horror a sudden and vicious attack on the barman, Joe, by a knife-wielding thug.

Out Of The Shadows

Out of the Shadows by Mary Jane Staples

Times move on for the Adams family in south London, and as business prospers, there are new worries to deal with.

Cider Country

Cider Country: How an Ancient Craft became a Way of Life by James Crowden

Cidermaking has been at the heart of country life for hundreds of years.

Adventure Revolution

Adventure Revolution by Belinda Kirk

For the past twenty-five years, Belinda Kirk's professional life has revolved around adventure.

Friend For Life

Friend for Life by Kate Humble

There is one animal that is familiar to all of us, whoever we are, wherever we live.

The Snowdonia Killings

The Snowdonia Killings by Simon McCleave

Starting a new life in Snowdonia was always DI Ruth Hunter's dream. Until a twisted killer turned it into her worst nightmare. 

Running: Cheaper Than Therapy

Running: Cheaper than Therapy by Chas Newkey-Burden

From a short jog that lifts your mood to the closing stages of a marathon when you feel physically exhausted but emotionally invincible all at once, running delivers every time.

Balance your Life and Work

Balance your Life and Work: How to get the Best from your Job and Still have a Life

If you feel overwhelmed by the constant juggling of different areas of your life, this book can help.

ups and downs

Ups and Downs by Mary Jane Staples

As the 1950s progress, several unexpected happenings ruffle the usually calm atmosphere of Adams family life.

The Rhine

The Rhine: Following Europe’s Greatest River from Amsterdam to the Alps by Ben Coates

The Rhine is one of the world's greatest rivers.

Dr Who

Dr Who – The Underwater Menace by Nigel Robinson

Anneke has been in reading The Under Water Menace, Sleeper Agents, Planet of Bones and A Matter of Time.

Leo and Friends

Leo and Friends by Lyndsey Uglow

‘I knew dogs could make a difference to the children’s lives. I knew it the moment I watched a little boy, exhausted by pain and sickness, stretch out his hand to touch my dog’s paw, and then…he smiled.’

Women and Girls with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Women and Girls with Autism Spectrum Disorder by Sarah Hendrickx

The difference that being female makes to the diagnosis, life and experiences of a person with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) has largely gone unresearched and unreported until recently.

When Silence Kills

When Silence Kills by Mark Griffin

When the mutilated body of a woman is discovered in her home, DCI Bishop from the Met murder squad is called in to oversee the case.

Six Years a Hostage

Six Years a Hostage by Stephen McGown

Stephen McGown was en route from London to South Africa, on a once-in-a-lifetime trip by motorbike, returning home to Johannesburg.

A Girl Next Door

A Girl Next Door by Mary Jane Staples

Boots Adams celebrates his 60th birthday in style with an old-fashioned Cockney knees-up, even if Gemma, James and the rest of the younger people insist that the music has to be rock and roll.

Family Fortunes

Family Fortunes by Mary Jane Staples

The 1950s are in full swing, and the Adams family is blessed with many new additions.

Why the Dutch are Different

Why the Dutch Are Different: A Journey into the Hidden Heart of the Netherlands by Ben Coates

Stranded at Schiphol airport, Ben Coates called up a friendly Dutch girl he'd met some months earlier. He stayed for dinner. Actually, he stayed for good.

Five minds

Five Minds by Guy Morpuss

Sharing a body can be murder...

Cinderella Goes to the Morgue

Cinderella Goes to the Morgue by Nancy Spain

It may not be as grim up north as they say, but it wasn't where amateur private investigators Natasha DuVivien and Miriam Birdseye intended to spend their Christmas.

Glittering a Turd

Glittering a Turd: How surviving the unsurvivable taught me to live by Kris Hallenga

Kris was living a totally normal life as a twenty-three-year-old: travelling the world, falling in love, making plans.

The Source

The Source By Sarah Sultoon

One last chance to reveal the truth…

Every day in December

Every Day in December by Kitty Wilson

Two people. One month to fall in love.

When the Earl Met His Match

When the Earl Met His Match by Stacy Reid

When Hugh Winthrop, the future Earl of Albury, decides to advertise for a wife in the London paper, he never expected an anonymous response from a woman who matches him wit for wit.

Vanquish and Vanish

Chronicles of a Royal Pet: Vanquish and Vanish (Royal Ooze Chronicles Book 7) by Ian Rodgers

Having united with his fellow Chosen Ones in the Aether, and survived several trials and tribulations within that vast, otherworldly realm, Jelly now faces a new task

Is This It?

Is This It? by Hannah Tovey

Ivy and Mia have been best friends since the fun, messy, hungover years of their twenties.

Hope and Happiness in Bluebell Wood

Hope and Happiness in Bluebell Wood by Ali McNamara

Welcome to Bluebell Wood where the sun shines, the locals are kind and there's something more than a little bit magical about the place.

Herding Cats

Herding Cats: The Art of Amateur Cricket Captaincy by Charlie Campbell

In 1985 Mike Brearley published The Art of Captaincy, revealing how he steered Middlesex and England to victory with his team of first-class cricketers.

The Book Club

The Book Club by C.J. Cooper

Alice didn't come to the village for peace and quiet. She came for revenge.

Dog rose dirt

Dog Rose Dirt by Jen Williams

If she wants to unearth the truth and stop further bloodshed, she’ll have to confront a monster.

Traitor in the House

Traitor in the House by Caz Finlay

Can these two sworn enemies work together?  Or is that a line they will never cross?

Legacy of Steel

Legacy of Steel by Mathew Ward

War is coming . . . and this time the gods themselves will take sides.

Silent as the Grave

Silent as the Grave by Bill Kitson

Is the killer a member of the house party? Or has the family curse struck again?

Secrets in the Dark

Secrets in the Dark by Ceril Campbell

It's a scandalous world of sex, drugs, celebrity and wealth - alluring, addictive...and deceptive.

Spreading Wings

Spreading Wings by Mary Jane Staples

Sammy Adams is always on the look-out for a new business opportunity.

My Brother the Killer

My Brother the Killer by Alix Sharkey

A unique and devastating family memoir, My Brother the Killer examines the consequences of fear, lies, shame and silence, and the true costs of keeping dark family secrets.

Lighting the Fuse

Lighting the Fuse by Lucy Lewis

Imagine standing over a bomb - you need to make a choice. Remember, your life depends on it.

Changing Times

Changing Times by Mary Jane Staples

With the young Queen now on the throne, times are changing for the Adams family.


Unlost: A journey of self-discovery and the healing power of the wild outdoors by Gail Muller

As Gail took her first steps on the 2,200-mile trek through the wilderness of the USA, she had no idea what lay ahead of her...


History by Miles Jupp

A satirical, tragicomic story about a man on the edge from actor and comedian Miles Jupp.

London at War

London at War: A Nation’s Capital Survives by Alan Jeffreys

London was a city on the front line in the Second World War. It suffered hits from nearly 12,000 tons of bombs, with nearly 30,000 civilians killed by enemy action.


Fallen by Suzanne Wright

Only a few are brave enough to fall . . .

Palaces of Revolution

Palaces of Revolution: Life, Death and Art at the Stuart Court by Simon Thurley

The story of the Stuart dynasty is a breathless soap opera played out in just a hundred years in an array of buildings that span Europe from Scotland, via Denmark, Holland and Spain to England.

The Way To Impossible Island

The Way To Impossible Island by Sophie Kirtley

Born with a serious heart condition, Dara has been waiting for his Big Operation forever, and this summer it's finally going to happen.

Appointment At The Palace

Appointment At The Palace by Mary Jane Staples

Excitement is running high in the Adams family. Mr Finch, after a long career in secret government work, is to be knighted

The Sunny Nihilist

The Sunny Nihilist: how a meaningless life can make you truly happy by Wendy Syfret

Nihilism is making a comeback, and for younger generations the idea that existence is meaningless is cause for celebration, not despair.

Catalyst Gate

Catalyst Gate by Megan E. O’Keefe

The code has been cracked. The secrets of the Casimir gates have been revealed. But humanity still isn't safe.

When You Are Mine

When You Are Mine by Michael Robotham

Philomena McCarthy has defied the odds and become a promising young officer with the Metropolitan Police despite being the daughter of a notorious London gangster.


Pathfinders by Cecil Lewis

‘a life precious to some, or one… these men with dreams and hopes and plans of things to come’.

Sons and Daughters

Sons And Daughters by Mary Jane Staples

By the year 1949, life in Walworth has almost returned to normal...

12 Birds to Save Your Life

12 Birds to Save Your Life: Nature’s Lessons in Happiness by Charlie Corbett

Can you recognise the cheerful chirrups of the house sparrow? A song thrush singing out at winter's darkest hour?

At Home with Dyslexia

At Home with Dyslexia: A Parent’s Guide to Supporting Your Child by Sascha Roos

This book will empower parents by giving them the tools and strategies to deal with dyslexia, making them confident and knowledgeable in the process.

Notes from the Burning Age

Notes from the Burning Age by Claire North

Torn between friendship and faith, Ven must decide how far he's willing to go to save this new world, and how much he is willing to lose.

The Homecoming

The Homecoming by Mary Jane Staples

It is 1946, and with the war at last at an end, members of the Adams family who had been serving with the forces begin to come home.

The Authority Gap

The Authority Gap: Why women are still taken less seriously than men, and what we can do about it by Mary Ann Sieghart

Imagine living in a world in which you were routinely patronized by women.

Eight Perfect Hours

Eight Perfect Hours by Lia Louis

What if you fell in love...and then he disappeared?

Salt in the Blood

Salt in the Blood: A philosopher goes to sea by Patrick and Sheila Dixon

Everything creaks and bends in heavy seas - what will not bend will simply snap.

Smash it

SMASH IT!: The Art of Getting What YOU Want by Alison Edgar MBE

Sick of things not going your way?


Outlandish: Walking Europe’s Unlikely Landscapes by Nick Hunt

In Outlandish, acclaimed travel writer Nick Hunt takes us across landscapes that should not be there...

The Wrath of Boudicca

Roman Chronicles III: The Wrath of Boudicca by K. M. Ashman

One warrior will bring an army to its knees...

The Dive

The Dive: The Untold Story of the World’s Deepest Submarine Rescue by Stephen McGinty

They were out of their depth, out of breath and out of time. Two men, trapped in a crippled submarine.

Golden Girl

Golden Girl by Elin Hilderbrand

When Vivian Howe, author of thirteen novels and mother of three grown-up children, is killed in a hit-and-run incident while jogging near her home, she ascends to the Beyond.

The Marriage

The Marriage by K.L. Slater

Ten years ago he killed my son. Today I married him.

Year of Victory

Year Of Victory by Mary Jane Staples

The seemingly endless war was at last coming to a conclusion.

Sword of Bone

Sword of Bone by Anthony Rhodes

It is September 1939. Shortly after war is declared, Anthony Rhodes is sent to France, serving with the British Army.

Scandalous Alchemy

Scandalous Alchemy by Katy Moran

The past hunts them both, remorselessly, relentlessly, and neither can escape it for long.

Summer at the Château

Summer at the Château by Jennifer Bohnet

Every end has a new beginning...

Such miserable weather

Such miserable weather by Dom Joly

Such miserable weather by Dom Joly

The way ahead

The Way Ahead by Mary Jane Staples

It is 1944, and the Adams family, along with the rest of the people of the United Kingdom, are beginning to weary of the seemingly never-ending war against Hitler's Germany.

The Spy who was left out in the Cold

The Spy who was left out in the Cold: The Secret History of Agent Goleniewski by Tim Tate

His name was Michal Goleniewski and he remains one of the most important, yet least known and most misunderstood spies of the Cold War.

Giving a Damn

Giving a Damn: Racism, Romance and Gone with the Wind by Patricia Williams

The story of slavery in America is not over. It lives on in how we speak to one another, in how we treat one another, in how our societies are organised.

Tomorrow is another day

Tomorrow Is Another Day by Mary Jane Staples

It was not so much the war, however, as a succession of tragic domestic events that brought a sad and lonely little girl called Phoebe...

Sunrise by the sea

Sunrise by The Sea by Jenny Colgan

In a quaint seaside resort, a charming bakery holds the key to another world...

The Rise of Caratacus

Roman Chronicles II: The Rise of Caratacus by K. M. Ashman

Old friends will clash, armies will collide… let there be blood.

Templar Stone

The Brotherhood II: Templar Stone by K. M. Ashman

The Holy Land – AD 1177...

The Wallace Case

The Wallace Case: Britain’s Most Baffling Unsolved Murder by Roger Wilkes

Who really killed Julia Wallace? The final verdict.

Palace of the Drowned

Palace of the Drowned by Christine Mangan

In Venice, Frances Croy is working to leave the previous year behind: another novel published to little success, a scathing review she can't quite manage to forget, and, most of all, the real reason behind her self-imposed exile from London: the incident at the Savoy.

The Fall of Britannia

Roman I: The Fall of Britannia by K. M. Ashman

It is too late for peace. Prepare for war.

Leave The Lights On

Leave the Lights On by Egan Hughes

His DREAM house is about to become her worst NIGHTMARE.

Buried For Good

Buried For Good by Alex Coombs

On a remote island, everyone is a suspect...


Available: A Memoir of Sex and Dating After a Marriage Ends by Laura Friedman Williams

If you’d told 46-year old Laura Friedman Williams that in a few years she’d be having some of the best sex of her life with men who were not her husband, she’d have laughed in your face.

Bright Day, Dark Night

Bright Day, Dark Night by Mary Jane Staples

It is summer, 1941, and the country is still at war...


The Accidental Influencer: How My Need to Get Likes Nearly Ruined My Life by Bella Younger

When Bella Younger spawned Deliciously Stella – her hilarious and daring social media alter ego – she wanted to prove once and for all that Instagram does not equal reality.

The Blade Bearer

The Blade Bearer by K. M. Ashman

He prays for strength, he prays for courage but most of all, he prays for forgiveness for the vengeance he is about to unleash.

Vampire: The Curse of Sekhmet

Vampire: The Curse of Sekhmet by K. M. Ashman

What she uncovers is beyond her wildest dreams…..and darkest nightmares

Churchill's People

Churchill’s People by Mary Jane Staples

In 1941, the United Kingdom was in desperate straits, standing alone with its troops against the colossal war machine of Nazi Germany.

Ring of Steel

Medieval Sagas IV: Ring of Steel by K. M. Ashman

AD 1294 Caernarfon has fallen to Madog and the Welsh uprising spreads like a wildfire...

Templar Steel

The Brotherhood I: Templar Steel by K. M. Ashman

AD 1177 The threat of war sweeps across the Holy Land and the kingdom of Jerusalem is at imminent risk of invasion from the massed armies of Saladin.

The Charleston Scandal

The Charleston Scandal by Pamela Hart

London, 1920s: Kit Linton, a privileged young Australian aiming to become a star, arrives in the city to find the Jazz Age in full swing.

The Savage Instinct

The Savage Instinct by M. M. Deluca

England, 1873. Clara Blackstone has just been released after one year in a private asylum for the insane.

Savage Eden

Savage Eden by K. M. Ashman

A time between Ice Ages. Golau, a Cro-Magnon hunter gatherer, is pulled from a freezing lake and nursed back to health by a group of wandering Neanderthal.

Fire Over London

Fire Over London by Mary Jane Staples

The war is only into its second year, but already it has claimed one victim from the Adams family.

The Family at War

The Family at War by Mary Jane Staples

It was 1940, and many of the younger members of the Adams family were caught up in the war in France.

Sword of Liberty

Medieval Sagas III: Sword of Liberty by K.M.Ashman

In 1274, Edward the First ruled England having inherited the crown from his father, Henry the Third.


Featherweight by Mick Kitson

One wrong move, one misstep, and the course of her life will be changed forever.


Everybody by Olivia Laing

Everybody is an examination of the forces arranged against freedom and a celebration of how ordinary human bodies can resist oppression and reshape the world.

Hot London Nights

Hot London Nights by Clare Lydon

It's never too late. Especially to fall in love...

The Last Summer

The Last Summer by Mary Jane Staples

Job and Jemima Hardy weren't Londoners by birth. They had both lived in a Sussex village until lack of work had sent Job and the family to Walworth - to a house in Stead Street.

Medieval II - In Shadows of Kings

Medieval II – In Shadows of Kings by K.M. Ashman

Henry III is dead. His son, Edward Longshanks is on his way back from crusade to claim the crown and impose his iron will on a weakened country.

Chasing the Sun

Chasing the Sun by Judy Leigh

Sun, Sangria and new starts.

The Camberwell Raid

The Camberwell Raid by Mary Jane Staples

There was a double wedding planned in Walworth. Sally Brown was marrying Horace Cooper, and her brother, Freddy, was at last getting hitched to his childhood sweetheart, Cassie Ford.

Winter of Despair

Winter of Despair by Cora Harrison

Wilkie Collins must prove his brother is innocent of murder in the second of the compelling new Gaslight mystery series.

The Troubles With Us

The Troubles with Us by Alix O’Neill

Growing up on the Falls Road in 1990s Belfast, Alix O'Neill has seen it all...


Move! by Caroline Williams

We all know that exercise changes the way you think and feel. But scientists are just starting to discover exactly how it works.

My Farming Life

My Farming Life by Emma Gray

Tales from a shepherdess on a remote Northumberland farm.


The Young Ones by Mary Jane Staples

Once they had been called Orrice and Effel, two bedraggled, scruffy waifs who lived rough off the streets of Walworth...


The Governor: My Life Inside Britain’s Most Notorious Jails by Vanessa Frake

Violence. Drugs. Killers. Riots. Welcome to the world of the Governor.


Gate of Shadows by Mark Wells

A mystic portal lies open. A chilling predator stalks the night. Can an undaunted student stop the darkness from spreading?


College of Shadows by Mark Wells

Cambridge is home to the brightest minds… and the deadliest monsters. Can Nick and Annabel banish the beast before freshman year becomes their last?


Echoes Of Yesterday by Mary Jane Staples

It was June 1916 when Sergeant Boots Adams of the Royal West Kents, together with his men, was billeted on the Descartes farm in Northern France.


We Are Nature by Ray Mears

A journey of discovery through our natural world. Unlock the hidden secrets of the wild and begin to see, instead of merely look.


Poison for Teacher by Nancy Spain

From the pen of Nancy Spain, for whom farce and humour are a lot more fun than a conventional detective novel, the result is a deliciously wild ride.


Pride of Walworth by Mary Jane Staples

There was a new family in Browning Street, Walworth - the Harrisons. Respectable and well-behaved, the only thing unusual about them was that Mr Harrison was never there...


Fourteen Wolves by Catherine Barr and Jenni Desmond

In fairy tales, the wolf's cry makes people shudder. They've been hunted, captured. But the wolf carries a wild magic - a magic that once restored a barren land.


A Most Unwelcome Connection by David Lloyd

Colin Cavendish doesn’t get the 21st century. He is an old-fashioned, rigid, pedantic man who relishes his well-ordered life selling theatrical memorabilia from his tiny London shop...


Missing Person by Mary Jane Staples

The house in Caulfield Place, off Browning Street in Walworth, was haunted, or at least that's what the street kids said. So when two men, a woman, and a parrot moved in, everyone was very interested...


Understanding Pathological Demand Avoidance Syndrome in Children by Phil Christie, Margaret Duncan, Ruth Fidler and Zara Healy

This straightforward guide offers a complete overview of Pathological Demand Avoidance Syndrome (PDA) and gives practical advice for overcoming the difficulties it poses in a wide range of contexts from diagnosis through to adulthood.


The PDA Paradox by Harry Thompson

Diagnosed with Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) in his teenage years, Harry Thompson looks back with wit and humour at the ups and downs of family and romantic relationships, school, work and mental health, as well as his teenage struggle with drugs and alcohol.


The Wife Who Got a Life by Tracy Bloom

Cathy soon realises that nailing the list isn’t quite as easy as it seems, but she’s a mum on a mission and nothing’s going to stop her now…


The Lip by Charlie Carroll

Away from the hotels and holiday lets, there is an unseen side of Cornwall, where the shifting uncertainties of the future breed resentment and mistrust.


The Disappeared by Ali Harper

A distraught mother… A missing son… A case which could prove deadly…


A Family Affair by Mary Jane Staples

1926: A murderer is behind bars - thanks to Boots - but he is now plotting revenge on the entire Adams clan from his cell.


The Widower by Christobel Kent

When bossy, loving, sensible Kate dies suddenly, her little sister Rose dutifully returns from a carefree life abroad to help Kate's widower and the two children Rose has never met. But she is unsettled to see no trace of her warm-hearted sister in the remote, dilapidated house, nor in Kate's cold, distant partner, Evan.


Fallen Souls (Outworld Ranger Book 4) by David Alastair Hayden

The Outworld Ranger crew has dodged government forces, criminal guilds, and bounty hunters numerous times since fleeing Ekaran IV. But with the warships of the Dark Messiah closing in on them, their mission has never been in greater jeopardy.


At First Sight by Hannah Sunderland

Two strangers. Two chance meetings. One extraordinary love story…


The Desperate Wife by Caroline Roberts

Kate believed she had it all. A loving husband, two beautiful little girls, and a million happy memories still to collect. Everything was how it should be – a family, together.


The Victim by G. D. Sanders

Someone is lying… and someone is dead.


On Mother Brown’s Doorstep by Mary Anne Staples

As wedding bells ring, Walworth is turned upside down by tragic events...


The Sustainable(ish) Guide to Green Parenting by Jen Gale

The must-have friendly green bible of accessible eco-tips for families.


Blood Ties by Brian McGilloway

How can a dead woman avenge herself on her killer twenty years after her murder?


Taking on Gravity by Richard Browning

From Icarus to Iron Man, the dream of human flight has always inspired and challenged us. Now, with his pioneering jet suit, Richard Browning has redefined what is possible.


The Frequency of Us by Keith Stuart

In Second World War Bath, young, naïve wireless engineer Will meets Austrian refugee Elsa Klein.


Everything I’ve Learned About Motherhood by Zeena Moolla

Motherhood is amazing and the devotion you encounter is staggeringly strong. But when you’re in the eye of the shitstorm, veering between love and lunacy, wondering how this tiny, adorable human can wreak so much bedlam in your life, I believe you need a robust sense of humour to help save your sanity.


King of Camberwell by Mary Jane Staples

CAN SHE WIN THE HEART OF THE MAN SHE LOVES? Sammy has always had an eye for business and a good deal and is determined to expand the family business. But as his mighty empire grows, his assistant Susie Brown has plans of her own...


Forget Me Not by A. M. Taylor

When Maddie met Nora, their friendship felt as easy as breathing. And when Nora disappeared, all the air went with her. Without her best friend, Maddie’s life became impossible.


Close Your Eyes by Rachel Abbott

Don't let him under your skin. He'll destroy you. Don't fight him. He'll win. Run. Never let him find you.


My Policeman by Bethan Roberts

It is in 1950s' Brighton that Marion first catches sight of Tom. He teaches her to swim in the shadow of the pier and Marion is smitten - determined her love will be enough for them both.


Our Emily by Mary Jane Staples



Like, Follow, Kill by Carissa Ann Lynch

Badly scarred after the accident that killed her husband, Camilla Brown locks herself away from the world. Her only friendships are online, where everyone lives picture-perfect lives.


The Complete McAuslan by George MacDonald Fraser

George MacDonald Fraser’s hilarious stories of the most disastrous soldier in the British Army – collected together for the first time in one volume.


The Somme by Anthony Richards

Between 1 July and 18 November 1916 Britain s new volunteer army took the leading role in a battle on the Western Front for the first time.


A Cold Flame by Aidan Conway

In the crippling heat of August in Rome, a flat goes up in flames, the doors sealed from the outside. Five illegal immigrants are trapped and burnt alive – their charred bodies barely distinguishable amidst the debris.


Closer Than Blood by Paul Grzegorzek

The real nightmare begins when the missing person returns…


The First World War Galleries by Paul Cornish

The Imperial War Museum was founded during the First World War, to record and commemorate that conflict for future generations.


A Known Evil by Aidan Conway

A serial killer stalks the streets of Rome… A gripping debut crime novel and the first in a groundbreaking series, from a new star in British crime fiction. Perfect for fans of Ian Rankin.


Two For Three Farthings by Mary Jane Staples

Horace was ten, Ethel seven, when Jim Cooper, home from the trenches, minus an arm and just about managing on his own, found them huddled in a doorway on a wet night in Walworth.


The Taken Girls by G.D Sanders

Can Ed find the kidnapper behind these depraved crimes before he strikes again? Or has time already run out?


Toddler Calm by Sarah Ockwell-Smith

This book works. It shows that that the naughty step, sticker charts and controlled crying are NOT the only solutions.


The Follow by Paul Grzegorzek

Danger is never far behind… He knows the man is guilty. And he will do anything to prove it…


Down Lambeth Way by Mary Jane Staples

The Adams family were poor, cheerful and, above all, respectable. On the eve of war, can the family pull through?


Call Me Mummy by Tina Baker

She wanted a child. So she took one.


Meet Me In Another Life by Catriona Silvey

Two people. Infinite lifetimes. One impossible choice.

River Kings

River Kings by Cat Jarman

Follow bioarchaeologist Cat Jarman – and the cutting-edge forensic techniques central to her research – as she uncovers epic stories of the Viking age and follows a small ‘Carnelian’ bead found in a Viking grave in Derbyshire to its origins thousands of miles to the east in Gujarat.


The Donor by Clare Mackintosh

When Lizzie's daughter, Meg, is given a life-saving heart transplant, Lizzie feels hugely grateful to…

The Last Greek

The Last Greek by Christian Cameron

Narrated by John Telfer and written by Christian Cameron, The Last Greek is the 2nd book in the new Commanders series.


Outpost by Dan Richards

Through a series of personal journeys, Dan Richards explores the appeal of far-flung outposts in…


Blood of Empire by Brian McClellan

Brian McClellan's Sins of Empire began an epic tale of magic and revolution. The story continued in…


The Travelling Hornplayer by Barbara Trapido

Lydia is killed in a car accident, but she returns to her bereft sister as a benign ghost who,…


Temples of Delight by Barbara Trapido

Jem is a joyful mystery to Alice. She is something to give thanks for. And when she disappears from…


Juggling by Barbara Trapido

The highly acclaimed novel and sequel to Temples of Delight by bestselling and much-loved novelist…

Black Rain Falling

Black Rain Falling

"Delving into issues of family, class and loyalty, Black Rain Falling is a stunning crime novel that asks how far one should go to protect those they love."

Where There's a Will

Where There’s a Will by Emily Chappell

Hope, Grief and Endurance in a Cycle Race Across a Continent


Hell Is Round The Corner by Tricky

This unique, no-holds barred autobiography is not only a portrait of an incredible artist - it is also a…

The Ten Steps of Positive Ageing

The Ten Steps of Positive Ageing by Guy Robertson

Can ageing really be a positive experience? Yes. You can make a difference to your own ageing process.


The Lydmouth Series by Andrew Taylor

The Lydmouth Series from the best selling crime writer, Andrew Taylor.


The Sustainable(ish) Living Guide by Jen Gale

Easy, do-able, down to earth ideas and suggestions for everyone to help save the planet.


The House Between Tides by Sarah Maine

A captivating story of a crumbling estate in the wilds of Scotland, its century-old secret and an enduring mystery...


The Great Pretender by Susannah Cahalan

The Undercover Mission That Changed Our Understanding of Madness.


The Wonders by Dr John Woolf

A radical new history of the Victorian age: meet the forgotten and extraordinary freak performers whose talents and disabilities helped define an era.


This is This Country by Kerry and Kurtan Mucklow

The award-winning BBC comedy This Country documents the day-to-day lives of young cousins Kerry and Lee 'Kurtan' Mucklowe who live in a small village in the Cotswolds.


The Hezbollah Hiking Club by Dom Joly

Dom Joly has been at Chatterbox recording his new book The Hezbollah Hiking Club for Little Brown.


The Priory of the Orange Tree

An enthralling, epic fantasy about a world on the brink of war with dragons - an the women who must lead the fight to save it.


A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

Narrated by Drew Dillon An absolute pleasure to work with Drew Dillon this week recording James…


The Woman in the Dark

The gripping new thriller by Vanessa Savage  Narrated by Siriol Jenkins  I have this…


Invisible Ghosts by Robyn Schneider

Narrated by Gail Shalan Robyn Schneider’s moving and entertaining novel Invisible Ghosts is now…


Quicksand Tales by Keggie Carew

Narrated by the wonderful Jilly Bond Ever been talked into buying a camel? Or become a burglar by…


Queen Unseen: My Life with the Greatest Rock Band of the 20th Century by Peter Hince

Queen Unseen: My Life with the Greatest Rock Band of the 20th Century By Peter Hince Narrated by Rupert…


The Weight of a Thousand Feathers by Brian Conaghan



Fishnet by Kirstin Innes

Narrated by Rebecca Hamilton WINNER OF THE GUARDIAN NOT THE BOOKER PRIZE 2015 “Innes strikes sparks by…


Fen by Daisy Johnson



In Between the Sheets, Black Dogs and First Love, Last Rites

We have recently recorded two collections of Ian McEwan’s short stories – In Between the…


PIG: Tales from an Organic Farm by Helen Browning

Narrated by Helen Browning  ‘Anyone who has any interest in what we eat, how we produce it or…


The Almanac by Lia Leendertz

Narrated by Lia Leendertz THE ORIGINAL & BESTSELLING ALMANAC ‘I love this gem of a book’…


XX by Angela Chadwick

XX by Angela Chadwick Narrated by Zara Ramm ‘One of the feminist novels of…


Ann Leckie’s Provenance Wins an Audie Award!

We are very please that Ann Leckie’s Provenance, read by Adjoa Andoh, has won an Audie Award for…


Total War, The Retreat, After Hitler and Leningrad

By Michael Jones Simon Shepherd has been working with producer, Gavin, on four historical non-fiction…


Two Sisters by Åsne Seierstad

Read by Gunnar Cauthery The riveting true story of two sisters’ journey to the Islamic State and the…


84k: Claire North’s brand new dystopian novel

Claire North’s latest novel, 84k, is read by the wonderful Peter Kenny. From one of the most…


‘Provenance’ by Ann Leckie Shortlisted for an Audie Award

Provenance by Ann Leckie, performed by the wonderful Adjoa Andoh, shortlisted for best Sci-Fi audiobook…


Don’t Wake Up by Liz Lawler

Don’t Wake Up by Liz Lawler Read by Zara Ramm A dark and gripping debut psychological thriller…


Elmet by Fiona Mozley Shortlisted for The Man Booker Prize

Fiona Mozley’s dark debut, Elmet, Shortlisted for The Man Booker Prize (2017) Narrated…


Happiness for Humans by P.Z Reizen

Happiness for Humans by P.Z Reizen Read by Gavin Osborne Happiness for Humans is a joyful, romantic…


A Brief History of The British Army

A Brief History of the British Army by Jock Haswell and John Lewis-Strompel Read by Ric Jerrom The story…


The Art of Baby Making by Gerad Kite

The Art of Baby Making: The Holistic Approach to Fertility Read by Mark Meadows From the bestselling…


Everything You Need You Have

Everything You Need You Have: How To Be At Home In Your Self by Gerad Kite Read by Mark Meadows…


Chasing Embers

Chasing Embers by James Bennett Read by Colin Mace Behind every myth there is a spark of truth .…


The Lazarus War (Book 3)

The Lazarus War (Book 3) by Jamie Sawyer Read by Jeff Harding  Following Artefact and Legion, Origins…


The Wealth Dragon Way

The Wealth Dragon Way: The Why, the When and the How to Become Infinitely Wealthy by John Lee and…


Kill Me Again by Rachel Abbott

Kill Me Again by Rachel Abbott Read by Lisa Coleman When your life is a lie, who can you trust?…


Dinosaur Derivatives and Other Trades

Dinosaur Derivatives and Other Trades by Jeremy Josse Read by Cameron Stewart Venture deep into the…


Eureka! 50 Scientists Who Shaped Human History

Eureka! 50 Scientists Who Shaped Human History Read by Mark Meadows Galileo, Einstein, Curie, Darwin,…


The Comet Seekers

The Comet Seekers by Helen Segewick  Read by the wonderful Michelle Fox Róisín and François first…


The Dead Dog Day (The Cora Baxter Mysteries)

The Dead Dog Day (The Cora Baxter Mysteries) Read by Zara Ramm When your Monday morning begins with a…


The Great St Mary’s Day Out

The Great St Mary’s Day Out (The Chronicles of St Mary’s) by Jodi Taylor Read by Zara Ramm…


It’s All in Your Head

It’s All in Your Head: Stories From the Frontline of Psychosomatic Illness by Suzanne…


The Blackbird Singularity

The Blackbird Singularity- by Matt Wilven Read by Mike Rogers Wilven does a masterful job of keeping his…


Looking For Andrew McCarthy

Looking for Andrew McCarthy- Jenny Colgan Read by Lucy Price-Lewis The third novel by the Sunday times…


Where Have All the Boys Gone?

Where Have All the Boys Gone? By Jenny Colgan Read by Helen McAlpine  Where have all the men gone?…


Mata Hari’s Last Dance- Michelle Moran

Mata Hari’s Last Dance- Michelle Moran Read by Zara Ramm From the international bestselling author…


The Invisible Mile

The Invisible Mile by David Coventry Read by Mark Meadows  Based on a true story The Invisible Mile…


Age of Discovery by Ian Goldin and Chris Kutarna

Age of Discovery: Navigating the Risks and Rewards in Our New Renaissance  By Ian Golding and Chris…


The Body on The Doorstep

The Body on The Doorstep by A.J Mackenzie  Read by Ric Jerrom  The year is 1796. It is midnight…


Climbing Days by Dan Richards

Climbing Days by Dan Richards Read by Malcolm Hamilton In Climbing Days, Dan Richards is on the trail of…


Hold Still- Tim Adler

Hold Still by Tim Adler Read by Katie Moore ‘I photographed the moment of my husband’s…


Escape to Perdition by James Silvester

Escape to Perdition- James Silvester Read by Cameron Stewart  Prague 2015. Herbert Biely, aged hero of…


Bicycles and Blackberries

Bicycles and Blackberries- Sheila Newberry Read by Katy Sobey When war comes to London, the bright and…


The Tyrannosaur Chronicles: The Biology of Tyrant Dinosaurs

The Tyrannosaur Chronicles: The Biology of Tyrant Dinosaurs by David Hone Read by Gavin Osborn Adored by…


Rebel Sisters by Marita Conlon-McKenna

Rebel Sisters- Marita Conlon- McKenna Read by Nicola Taggart  Published for the 100th anniversary of…


Let Me Tell You About a Man I Knew

Let Me Tell You About a Man I Knew by Susan Fletcher Read by Zara Ramm Provence, May 1889. The…


South by Frank Owen

South- Frank Owen Read by Jeff Harding  The USA has been ravaged by Civil War. It’s thirty years…


Glass Houses by Jackie Buxton

Glass Houses by Jackie Buxon Read by Lisa Coleman  ‘When she sent that text, all our lives…


Goodnight Sweet Prince by David Dickinson

Goodnight Sweet Prince by David Dickinson Read by Jilly Bond Mystery surrounds the death of Queen…


Fingerprints of The Gods: The Quest Continues

Fingerprints of The Gods: The Quest Continues by Graham Hancock Read by the author, Graham Hancock…


Only Eva (The Eva Series)

  Leave it to Eva- Judi Curtin Read by Caroline Lennon  Fun, feisty Eva Gordon’s never been one…


Leave it to Eva (The Eva Series)

Leave it to Eva by Judi Curtin Read by Caroline Lennon Fun, feisty Eva Gordon’s never been one to…


Eva’s Journey (The Eva Series)

Eva’s Journey- Judi Curtin Read by Caroline Lennon Rich, spoilt, high-maintenance Eva Gordon likes…


Eva’s Holiday by Judi Curtin

Eva’s Holiday by Judi Curtin Read by Caroline Lennon Part of the Eva Series Eva Gordon likes…


Eva & the Hidden Diary (The Eva Series)

Eva & the Hidden Diary (The Eva Series) by Judi Curtin Read by Caroline Lennon The latest great book…


In Gratitude by Jenny Diski

In Gratitude by Jenny Diski Read by Kim Hicks In August 2014, Jenny Diski was diagnosed with inoperable…


The Fall of the House of Wilde- Emer O’Sullivan

The Fall of the House of Wilde: Oscar Wilde and His Family by Emer O’Sullivan  Read by John…


The Greats on Leadership- Jocelyn Davis

The Greats on Leadership: Classic Wisdom for Modern Managers Read by Simon Shepherd You don’t need…


The Corporation Wars: Dissidence

The Corporation Wars: Dissidence by Ken MacLeod  Read by Peter Kenny Carlos is dead. A soldier who died…


Operation Sunshine by Jenny Colgan

Operation Sunshine- Jenny Colgan Read by Lucy Price- Lewis Evie is desperate for a holiday – a…


Stranger of Tempest: Book One of the God Fragments

Stranger of Tempest: Book One of the God Fragments Read by Jay Villiers  Lynx is a mercenary with a…


Soho Honey- A W Rock

Soho Honey- A W Rock Read by Jay Villiers This contemporary crime story takes place over three weeks in…


The Secret of Happy Ever After by Lucy Dillon

The Secret of Happy Ever After by Lucy Dillon Read by Lucy Price-Lewis When story-lover Anna takes over…


The Ballroom Class by Lucy Dillon

The Ballroom Class by Lucy Dillon Read by Lucy Price-Lewis When three couples join a new ballroom class,…


Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts by Lucy Dillon

Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts by Lucy Dillon Read by Lucy Price-Lewis ROMANTIC NOVEL OF THE YEAR 2010.…


National Velvet by Enid Bagnold

National Velvet- Enid Bagnold  Read by Annette Chown The most famous and loved racing story of all…


Gurkha: Better to Die than Live a Coward

Gurkha: Better to Die than Live a Coward: My Life in the Gurkhas by Kailash Limbu Read by Homer…


Lies, Damned Lies, and History

Lies, Damned Lies, and History: Jodi Taylor Read by Zara Ramm The seventh novel in The Chronicles of…


Under the Hawthorn Tree: Books 1,2 & 3

Under the Hawthorn Tree: Children of Famine Trilogy Read by Caroline Lennon The first book in the…


The Templar: Succession

The Templar: Succession by Mario Reading  Read by Piers Wehner 1998. Kosovo is in the grip of civil…


Rent a Bridesmaid

Rent a Bridesmaid by Jacqueline Wilson Read by Madeleine Leslay  No.1 Best Seller Tilly can’t believe…


Gobbolino the Witch’s Cat (Young Puffin Books)

Gobbolino the Witch’s Cat Read by Jilly Bond First published in the 1940s, the story of Gobbolino…


Devotion by Ros Barber

Devotion by Ros Barber Read by John Telfer April is angry. Only nineteen, she is an elective mute,…


Girls on Fire by Robin Wasserman

Girls on Fire- Robin Wasserman Read by Vanessa Labrie and Lauren Saunders  This is not a story of bad…


So Now You’re Back

So Now You’re Back- Heidi Rice Read by Lucy Price-Lewis ‘Domestic Diva’ Halle Best is…


Burned and Broken

Burned and Broken- Mark Hardie Read by the wonderful Rupert Holliday-Evans An enigmatic policeman…


The Sudden Appearance of Hope by Claire North

The Sudden Appearance of Hope by Claire North Read by Gillian Burke From the Author of The First…


The Loving Husband

The Loving Husband by Christobel Kent Read by Clare Corbet Can you ever truly know the one you love?…


The Last Days of Jack Sparks

The Last Days of Jack Sparks- Jason Arnopp Read by Joe Jameson THE MOST CHILLING AND UNPREDICTABLE…


The Finding of Martha Lost by Caroline Wallace

The Finding of Martha Lost- Caroline Wallace Read by Katy Sobey She’s been lost since she was a baby,…


Snakewood by Adrian Selby

Snakewood- Adrian Selby Once they were a band of mercenaries who shook the pillars of the world through…


Electronic Dreams by Tom Lean

Electronic Dreams: How 1980’s Britain Learned to Love the Computer- read by Mark Meadows Remember…


For Queen and Currency- Michael Gillard

For Queen and Currency, read by Colin Mace Drawing on thousands of leaked documents and police sources,…


Walking Back to Happiness

Walking Back to Happiness- Lucy Dillon. Read by Lucy Price-Lewis. Juliet’s been in hiding.…


Boy Soldiers of the Great War

Boy Soldiers of the Great War- Richard van Emden, read by John Telfer When war broke out in 1914,…


The Tailor’s Girl

‘The Tailor’s Girl’ read by the wonderful Madeleine Leslay. A humble soldier, known…


Don’t Be Afraid (Glen Avich Book 4)

‘Don’t Be Afraid’ read by Helen McAlpine When you’ve forgotten how to live, help…


Return to the Little Coffee Shop of Kabul

‘Return to the Little Coffee Shop of Kabul’ read by Laurel Lefkow. Six women forever joined…


Freya by Anthony Quinn

Freya by Anthony Quinn, read by Kim Hicks. Flitting from war-haunted Oxford to the bright new shallows…


New thriller Painkiller was an absolute pleasure to record.

Video chat with the wonderful Nev Fountain about his amazing thriller Painkiller...


One Damned Thing After Another is an Audible Best Seller…

One Damned Thing After Another still in Audible Best Seller list. Congratulations Jodi and Zara!

No Time Like The Past - Chatterbox Audio

No Time Like The Past.

The latest title in Jodi Taylor's hugely popular St Mary's Chronicles series...


Touch by Claire North

Touch by Clare North for Little Brown


Easterleigh Hall by Margaret Graham

Katy Sobey is here reading Margaret Graham's Easterleigh Hall for Audible.



Another great collaboration with our friends at Jabberwocky Films. Well, we provided the voiceover and I think that counts as collaboration?...


Say You’re Sorry by Michael Robotham

Gathering supplies for a winter storm? Don't forget the books!