When Harold Fry nips out one morning to post a letter, leaving his wife hoovering upstairs, he has no idea that he is about to walk from one end of the country to the other. He has no hiking boots or map, let alone a compass, waterproof or mobile phone. All he knows is that he must keep walking. To save someone else´s life.
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The storm sister
Ally D´Apliese is about to compete in one of the world´s most perilous Yacht races
THE FORGOTTEN PB US
Time of death
The missing two schoolgirls are abducted in the small, dying Warwickshire town of Polesford
ALONE IN BERLIN UK
Berlin, 1940, and the city is filled with fear. At the house on 55 Jablonski Strasse, its various occupants try
THE KITE RUNNER - 10TH ANNIVERSARY
A novel set mostly in Afghanistan. The introverted and insecure afghan narrator
Before I Go To Sleep
As I sleep, my mind will erase everything I did today. I will wake up tomorrow as I
Hunting and Gathering
RUN FOR YOUR LIFE
Memoirs of a Geisha
The story of Sayuri, a beautiful geisha in Kyoto. The book was made into a memorable film.
The Story of Beautiful Girl
"A novel about a woman who can´t speak, a man who is deaf, and a widow who finds herself suddenly caring for a newborn baby"--Provided by publisher
The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana
The famous Indian "Book of Love" has been read by many generations who have sought to study and practice the art of love. It is the embodiment of the eroticism of the East. It teaches us to know our partner better, and to get the most out of the joys of physical love and passion time and again, reaching unprecedented heights of mutual pleasure.
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm
Author Jack London wrote Kate Douglas Wiggin a letter about her classic Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm from the headquarters of the First Japanese Army in Manchuria in 1904: "May I thank you for Rebecca?... I would have quested the wide world over to make her mine, only I was born too long ago and she was born but yesterday....
Jo Baker dares to take us beyond the drawing rooms of Jane Austen’s classic into the often overlooked domain