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`The first time Shocks saw Amber coming, he lowered his head so she could wrap her arms around his nose. Like two broken beings, helping each other.' When Shocks the donkey was left for dead on a farm in Ireland, no one ever thought he would make a full recovery.
Part Three of The Roads to MoscowThe war for time is reaching its endAs the German and Russian forces seek to destroy a third, seemingly unstoppable faction, Otto Behr reluctantly finds himself at the centre of all timelines, his very existence the catalyst by which reality itself will be reset...
By David Enrich
Listed as an FT book of the month`Anyone with an interest in financial services and in what has gone wrong will find The Spider Network compelling.' - Daniel Finkelstein, The Times`Will snare you in its web of deceit, lies, corruption, manipulation and colourful characters.
By Holly Green
Their father went away to sea never to return, and then their mother falls victim to the typhus sweeping through Liverpool. Regarded as orphans by the authorities, May and Gus are sent to the Brownlow Hill Workhouse. May and Gus will have to rely on each other more than ever...
And whilst never afraid to address the big issues of the day - such as Benedict Cumberbatch and duffel coats - Caitlin also makes a passionate effort to understand our 21st century society and presents us with her `Moranifesto' for making the world a better place.
By Sean Conway
That would be embarrassing.'In June 2013 Sean Conway set out from Land's End in his bid to be the first person to swim the length of Britain. When there were problems with the support boat, Sean and his crew met many kindly people who were willing to come to their...
Snatched from the streets of Thailand, loaded onto a truck with hundreds of other stolen dogs and destined for the restaurants of Hanoi, Miracle the dog shouldn't be alive today.
you're only ever a different version of yourself.'Neil Woods spent fourteen years 1993-2007 infiltrating drug gangs as an undercover policeman, befriending and gaining the trust of some of the most violent, unpredictable criminals in Britain.