Top Ten Books

This is the Top Ten books for the last month and was generated on Saturday, 1 February 2020

Every 12 months - during February – there is also a separate Annual  Top Ten Update which shows the overall top ten selling books on for the preceding twelve months which will receive feedback on their opening chapters from editors for leading publishers, including Bloombury,Random House and Orion – publishers of bestselling authors such as JK Rowling, Dan Brown and Terry Pratchett. Click to view the Annual Top Ten Update.

By Cliff James
The world feels increasingly volatile and polarised. Millions of people are displaced or alienated by abuses of power. Our lives are cluttered, stressful and unsatisfying. Our sense of who we are and where we belong is more fragile than ever. Following political and personal upheaval at home, Cliff James emigrated from his native England and travel...
ISBN: 9781839451430
Type: Paperback
By Father Spyridon Bailey
Father Spyridon presents a challenge and a warning to all Christians about the growth of the kingdom of Satan. He points first to the signs of this growing kingdom before explaining how we are each attacked and manipulated by evil powers that have corrupted our world. The looming threat of a one world government is presented by this Orthodox priest...
ISBN: 9781786979513
Type: Paperback
By DJ Kelly
The beautiful Buckinghamshire estate of Bulstrode, once a hilltop refuge for early man, has been home to medieval Knights Templar; cruel and corrupt judges; blue bloods and blue stockings; a nobleman who twice served as British Prime Minister; ancestors of a US President’s wife; the richest woman in England; the most beautiful woman in England; the...
ISBN: 9781788768108
Type: Paperback
By D J Kelly
Buckinghamshire has a 600 year history of subversion, sedition and espionage. The county has been home to radical plotters, heretics and heretic hunters, agents provocateurs and informers. Two world wars brought spies, secret agents and saboteurs to the county and many of our stately homes housed wartime code-breakers, eavesdroppers, boffins, intel...
ISBN: 9781785108471
Type: Paperback
By Joanne Watkinson
A book packed with monologues, script extracts and activities for children of all ages. The Drama Pot has been written by a drama teacher with over twenty years experience which includes heading up a performing arts faculty in a secondary school, GCSE and A-Level examining and most currently residing as the principal of a successful theatre school....
ISBN: 9781788762595
Type: Paperback
By Michael Jones
‘I understand myself much better now. I understand my true nature. I know who I am and I know what I am. And I’m glad of who I am and what I am. I don’t feel shame. I don’t feel guilty. I feel proud.’ He said, ‘My daughter is a mute. She is obsessed with nakedness. You and your friend have told her things that no child of her age should know. She.....
ISBN: 9781839451263
Type: Paperback
By Robert Brightwell
When other men might be looking forward to a well-earned retirement to enjoy their ill-gotten gains, Flashman finds himself once more facing overwhelming odds and ruthless enemies, while standing (reluctantly) shoulder to shoulder with some of America’s greatest heroes.A trip abroad to avoid a scandal at home leaves him bored and restless. They say...
ISBN: 9781839450075
Type: Paperback
By Neil Simon Hanley
Twelve-year-old Lewis Duckworth wants to be a cricketer but never seems to get the chance. Playing in his first cricket match for his new school goes horribly wrong.Will he and his family forever remain OUTSIDERS?It makes him determined to prove he can do better as he tries to EDGE his new team to glory in the Inter-Town Twenty Cup
ISBN: 9781786109453
Type: Paperback
By Zara Fitch
A holiday romance becomes something more for Sarah visiting the town of Taormina on the volcanic island of Sicily. But her dreams of love on the island of light begin to turn to darkness as she discovers the man she has fallen in love with is not all that he appears to be. There is more beneath the surface, the implications more shocking than she c...
ISBN: 9781782995890
Type: Paperback
By Zsuzsanna Clark
' When people ask me what it was like growing up in Hungary in the 1970s and 80s, most people expect to hear tales of secret police, bread queues and other nasty manifestations of life in a one-party state. They are invariably disappointed when I tell them that the reality was quite different and that communist Hungary, far from being hell on earth...
ISBN: 9781839450709
Type: Paperback