Blood of Kings Andrew James
May 2013 eBook of the Month.
Author Andrew James spent three years living in a snake and scorpion infested oasis, in the shadow of the Oracle of Ammon, the ram-headed Egyptian god, to... Format: eBook - Released: 07/03/2013
1356 Bernard Cornwell
Shortlisted for the Specsavers National Book Awards 'Popular Fiction of the Year' 2012.
With characteristically meticulous research Cornwell’s new historical blockbuster weaves a complex story, epic in scope, that has as its climax the battle of Poitiers, the second but less... Format: Paperback - Released: 06/06/2013
The Deceit Tom Knox
High-concept adventure thriller set in Egypt and Cornwall. What connects a lost hoard of ancient religious texts with a revival in satanic rituals? Well researched, accessible and packed full of action and well drawn characters... perfect for fans of Format: Paperback - Released: 09/05/2013
Sword and Scimitar Simon Scarrow
Bestselling author Simon Scarrow brings the Great Siege of Malta to vivid and unforgettable life in this gripping standalone novel. 1565, Malta: a vital outpost between the divided nations of Europe and the relentlessly expanding Ottoman Empire. Faced with ferocious... Format: Paperback - Released: 25/04/2013
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Triggers Robert J. Sawyer
The president of the United States is shot in the head by a would-be assassin. Rushed to hospital and barely saved from death, he discovers that he has new memories...
Taken Robert Crais
April 2013 Book of the Month.
Another addictive, adrenaline fueled, breakneck adventure for Elvis Cole Private Detective and Joe Pike. A very dangerous...
No Way Back Andrew Gross
If you want a non-stop, addictive read then look no further than the heart-stopping new novel from Andrew Gross; the bestselling author of 15 Seconds and Reckless. A...
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Poseidon's Spear Christian Cameron
3rd in the epic and sweeping Long War series following the adventures of Arimnestos around 485 BC. After the death of his wife and child Arimnestos feels he has nothing...
A Spy by Nature Charles Cumming
A Spy By Nature is the bestselling novel with which Charles Cumming announced his arrival as heir apparent to masters like John le Carre and Len Deighton; compellingly...
The Spanish Game Charles Cumming
A vivid and gripping novel which sees Alec Milius coaxed back into the secret world to face the uncontainable danger of 21st century terrorism!