Found 314 Results | Page 1 of 40
The Coupledom Trap is a thoughtful guide to building better, lasting relationships, and creating homes full of honesty and laughter, instead of pretence and worry. Araim asks the sort of questions that most couples probably avoid: Is it realistic to expect love to last? Does your relationship make your life fun? The book offers radical ...
Reviewed by Reviewed By Juliette Foster
4.5 rating
“A book that isn’t afraid to ask tough questions about relationships.”
War correspondents are crucial to both democracy and the right of the public to know the truth. In this fascinating, highly readable memoir Paul Moorcraft examines the impact of technology on how correspondents do their job, arguing that without them, politicians of all colours would be tempted to manipulate events with their own propaganda and ...
Reviewed by Reviewed By Juliette Foster
4.5 rating
“Moorcraft has delivered a book that’s both prescient and more than relevant to our times.”
The true story of Heather Cook, an ex-volunteer for Cats Protection who was introduced to the shadowy world of wild or feral cats, and her continuing fascination with these courageous creatures. Although feral cats are not a distinct species and look identical to their more domesticated cousins, be warned because appearances can be deceptive. A ...
Reviewed by Reviewed By Juliette Foster
4.5 rating
“A delightful book that pays tribute to the kind of cats who know how to survive on their wits.”
The McBride house stands on a Scottish island guarding over its secrets. A century ago, a young widow and her son died there, while just last year a local boy, visiting for a dare, disappeared. For Zoe Adams, newly arrived from America, the house offers a refuge from her failing marriage. But her peace is ...
Reviewed by Reviewed By Juliette Foster
4.0 rating
“A dark, creepy thriller that’s hard to put down.”
After his marriage collapses, Martyn Hope drifts to London where he joins the Olive Grove a religious community, and forms a relationship with Amelia. Gradually he becomes suspicious of the Olive Grove’s leaders, a pair of ordinary men who speak in perfect unison. Martyn’s doubts come to a head when Amelia disappears, and the search ...
Reviewed by Reviewed By Juliette Foster
4.0 rating
“An imaginative, compelling read.”
Based on real events, this is the story of how an Englishman gave up his legal career to build a hotel in Asia, only to become a victim of Mafia violence. Harassed by criminals linked to the police, he was imprisoned and then acquitted after a year in jail. After failing to rebuild his company, ...
Reviewed by Reviewed By Juliette Foster
5.0 rating
“A harrowing story of how an innocent dream was destroyed by corruption and violence.”
David Ritchie’s wry look at the UK (and beyond) is an analysis of institutions, the broader issue of governance and weak standards of leadership. Taking the aftermath of the 2016 referendum as its starting point, the author casts a withering gaze over regulatory bodies, the funding of political parties and the state of the criminal ...
Reviewed by Reviewed By Juliette Foster
5.0 rating
“A devastating examination of the weaknesses embedded in politics and government institutions.”
This wonderfully researched book by four times British fitness champion Joey Bull contains exercise routines that tone up the body, melt off excess weight and boost flagging energy levels. Tidy the Temple caters for every age and level of fitness and if you stick to the schedule there’s no reason why you can’t look great ...
Reviewed by Reviewed By Juliette Foster
5.0 rating
“Tidy the Temple is an excellent book that delivers on exactly what it promises.”