Top Ten Books

This is the Top Ten books for the last month and was generated on Saturday, 1 April 2017

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 Caroline C Cunningham
These poems inspired by walks along the beaches in Irelands Sunny South East or amongst trees or while admiring the fullness of the moon from a city rooftop. Even travel to far away lands have lent inspiration. These poems represent our connectivity with each other and with something far greater than we can ever comprehend. The words within are 'Th...
ISBN: 9781786977144
Type: Paperback
By Alan Seymour
I believe that historically, many of the world’s problems were caused, at least in part, by religion. The Crusades of the Middle Ages, sanctioned by the Roman Catholic Church to restore Christian access to the Holy Land which had come under the influence of Islam, is one such example. This appears to have led to the chaotic situation we now have in...
ISBN: 9781786976918
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 Griff Hosker
Wayne is a troubled youngster taken from his home to live with a granny he has never met. When she dies and he is bullied at his secondary school he finds himself alone and unhappy. A visit to Whitby brings him into contact with the ghost of his great granny and soon his life is changed, for the better.
ISBN: 9781908481009
Type: Paperback
By David Dunn-Wilson
AN INVITATION: The Bible is a map of Grace which gives access to a network of roads leading us to God. It has its splendid Motorways – the ‘fast-track’ highways along which we speed to precious truths (Psalms, the Gospels and the great Epistles spring to mind). It also has its ‘A Roads’ – those well-tried major routes leading to precious guidance a...
ISBN: 9781786974969
Type: Paperback
By Robert Brightwell
This sixth packet of memoirs from the notorious Georgian rogue Thomas Flashman covers the extraordinary events that culminated in a battle just south of Brussels, near a place called Waterloo. The first six months of 1815 were a pivotal time in European history. As a result, countless books have been written by men who were there and by those who s...
ISBN: 9781786973801
Type: Paperback
By Julie Ann Godson
At dusk on a snowy evening in 1766 a tired young couple made out the welcoming lights burning in the windows of the creaky old Berkshire manor house that was to be their home. He was Viscount Ashbrook, she was Betty Ridge, daughter of a humble Thames fisherman. Earlier that day they had been married in a little village church in Oxfordshire, and no...
ISBN: 9781784075545
Type: Paperback
By Alan William Powers
Why are poets expected to be sad-faced? This question begins my story-poem: “He knew--from a picture of Rod McKuen-- of all his race, the poet makes the saddest face. And next to a hound, the saddest sound.” Maybe when the dog is not a hound, he’ll write happier. Our dog-poet is an English Sheepdog named Wordsworth, pet of the central character Ona...
ISBN: 9781786975126
Type: Paperback
By Gregg Dunnett
Jesse and his friends are the only kids who surf in a small beach town. But as they grow, so does the popularity of their sport, and they soon become anxious to protect their waves. And when the boys discover a perfect surfing wave hidden inside a private estate, they agree to do anything to keep their secret safe. Natalie’s life is torn apart when...
ISBN: 9781786974235
Type: Paperback
By Judith Arnopp
As King Henry VI slips into insanity and the realm of England teeters on the brink of civil war, a child is married to the mad king’s brother. Edmund Tudor, Earl of Richmond, takes his child bride into Wales where she discovers a land of strife and strangers. At Caldicot Castle and Lamphey Palace Margaret must put aside childhood, acquire the digni...
ISBN: 9781786108203
Type: Paperback