Top Ten Books

This is the FeedARead.com Top Ten books for the last month and was generated on Monday, 1 January 2018

Every 12 months - during February – there is also a separate Annual  Top Ten Update which shows the overall top ten selling books on FeedARead.com 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.

1
By Mark Fieldsend
Suffering at the hands of a violent intruder, Joseph is forced to confront the unimaginable. His will to survive is tested in the starkest of circumstances, and he learns that every action has consequences, some of which he may not be able to stomach. Waking up fully clothed is an unnerving recent addition to Allan’s regimented daily routine. Furth...
ISBN: 9781788761482
Type: Paperback
$11.88
2
By Robert Brightwell
This seventh instalment in the memoirs of the Georgian rogue Thomas Flashman reveals that, despite his suffering through the Napoleonic Wars, he did not get to enjoy a quiet retirement. Indeed, middle age finds him acting just as disgracefully as in his youth, as old friends pull him unwittingly back into the fray. He re-joins his former comrade in...
ISBN: 9781788760164
Type: Paperback
$12.95
3
By S. E. Jenkins
In the late 1960s Jindalee cattle station in Western Australia is once again affected by drought. Jon Cadwallader's relationship with his troublesome neighbour, Kit Kennilworth, a fellow cattleman, disrupts his contentment as does his concern for protégé, Harry Hammond, who has returned from Vietnam a double amputee. Jon's brief return to England a...
ISBN: 9781788761260
Type: Paperback
$12.95
4
By Robert Brightwell
Following the popularity of the memoirs of Harry Flashman, the Victorian scoundrel who got himself embroiled in many events of his age, this book introduces a new generation of the family: Thomas Flashman, whose career covers the Napoleonic and Georgian era. This first book covers his adventures with Thomas Cochrane, one of the most extraordinary n...
ISBN: 9781781763636
Type: Paperback
$12.65
5
By Rita Wilkinson
Amelia is an only child whose parents refuse her the one thing she longs for more than anything else in the world. Despite Amelia's persistent asking, they are determined to stick to their decision. Could the unthinkable be about to happen when she spends the morning with her friend Sophie?
ISBN: 9781788761475
Type: Paperback
$9.29
6
By Robert Brightwell
This is the second instalment in the life story of Thomas Flashman, the uncle of the notorious Victorian rogue Harry Flashman, whose memoirs have already been published, edited by George MacDonald Fraser. Thomas shares many of the family traits, particularly the ability to find himself reluctantly at the sharp end of many major events of his age. T...
ISBN: 9781782990055
Type: Paperback
$12.95
7
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
$11.95
8
By Robert Brightwell
This book covers the second half of Thomas Flashman's experiences in the Peninsular War and follows on from Flashman in the Peninsular. Having lost his role as a staff officer, Flashman finds himself commanding a company in an infantry battalion. In between cuckolding his soldiers and annoying his superiors, he finds himself at the heart of the two...
ISBN: 9781785101021
Type: Paperback
$12.95
9
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
$10.25
10
By MYRA DUFFY
‘I stopped and waited, straining to hear. Silence. No, there it was again. Thump, drag, thump, drag. What was making that unearthly sound?’ A party of American tourists arrive on Bute, eager to discover any connections to Stuart ancestors. But someone in the group has a different agenda - one that will lead to murder - and Alison Cameron is once mo...
ISBN: 9781786974518
Type: Paperback
$12.95