Top Ten Books

This is the Top Ten books for the last month and was generated on Friday, 1 March 2019

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 Pauline Messenger
This book contains examples of how you can turn a negative situation into a positive. e.g. divorce, illness, dealing with the death of a child and lots of other situations. I have written about my life experiences and how I turned my life around.
ISBN: 9781788767354
Type: Paperback
AN INVITATIONI’m told that that there are exactly 5467 Promises in the Bible, but some say there are as many as 8,000! Whoever is right, one thing is certain-the Bible is a Book full of Promises. I was thinking about this when I stumbled on Sir Francis Bacon’s claim that, “Who questions much shall learn much and retain much”, and that made me think...
ISBN: 9781788766142
Type: Paperback
By Tom Power
A collection of nine stories and seventy poems that I have chosen for your enjoyment, resonating with the present and invoking the past. Does the past matter? Yes it does, what we are and what is, is defined by the past; an indelible line of connectivity to the present and this will also contribute to the future. A future that is as yet unknown and...
ISBN: 9781788767071
Type: Paperback
By Gee Vero
Autismus - (m)eine andere Wahrnehmung ist ein Buch für Menschen, die mit autistischen Menschen leben und arbeiten und diejenigen, die die Begegnung suchen und sich der Herausforderung des Mitmensch-Seins mit autistischen Menschen stellen wollen. Das Buch beschreibt in erster Linie den Autismus der Autorin und den Autismus ihres 10jährigen Sohnes, a...
ISBN: 9781784079734
Type: Paperback
By Sylvie Nickels
Nikki’s childhood was blighted by her father’s drinking.She knew she would never lose control of her life like that.But things didn’t work out as she had planned. This is her story.
ISBN: 9781782995579
Type: Paperback
By Original Poets of Clapham
Come join the Original Poets of Clapham for a feast of contemporary poetry created in real time about real life, honed across a table in the Bread & Roses pub every month by working writers sharing their singular voices.
ISBN: 9781788767170
Type: Paperback
By Kevin McMahon
This is a chronology of events, gleaned from the files of newspapers, of the Troubles in the Parish of Creggan, South Armagh, from 1969 to 2000.
ISBN: 9781788765848
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 Denise Beddows
On a hot July afternoon in 1933, 61-year-old Frances Levin – described as a wealthy Jewish widow – was brutally and fatally attacked in her home in Manchester’s affluent Cheetham Hill district. Following the biggest manhunt Manchester’s CID had ever undertaken, Billy Burtoft, a homeless meths addict, was hanged for her murder in what was believed t...
ISBN: 9781788766708
Type: Paperback
By Peter J. Clynes
Moor Green Football Club turned 100 years old on September 17, 2001. Six years and a devastating fire later, the historic club, based since 1930 in the suburb of Hall Green, six miles to the south of Birmingham, was consigned to history. The Moors competed in the Dr Martens Southern League at the time of the club’s centennial and had risen to the C...
ISBN: 9781788766739
Type: Paperback