Books by Publisher: Melting Pot Press

    Physicians 1660-2018: Ever Persons Capable and Able

    By Anonymous

    Paperback £9.66

    The seventh book in the 500 Reflections on the RCP series, volume two of two on the history of the Royal College of Physicians.

    Becoming Wise

    By Krista Tippett

    Paperback £8.45

    "I'm a person who listens for a living. I listen for wisdom, and beauty, and for voices not shouting to be heard. This book chronicles some of what I've learned in what has become a conversation across time and generations, across disciplines and denominations."

    Moon Vancouver

    By Carolyn Heller

    Paperback Save £3.14 = £10.85

    Travel writer and Vancouver transplant Carolyn B. Heller shares her expert perspective on Vancouver and Victoria, guiding you on a memorable and unique experience

    House of Unexpected Sisters

    By Alexander McCall Smith

    Hardback Save £5.14 = £13.85

    The House of Unexpected Sisters is the latest instalment from Botswana's leading No. 1 ladies' detective agency: Mma Ramotswe's eighteenth adventure.

    On Form: Longlisted for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year

    By Mike Brearley

    Hardback Save £5.54 = £14.46

    From English first-class cricketer turned psychoanalyst Mike Brearley, comes a thought-provoking look at being 'on form'. This book will help people in all walks of life reflect on the kinds of conditions that can obstruct or free us.

    The Burning Girl

    By Claire Messud

    Hardback Save £4.34 = £12.65

    A bracing and hypnotic portrait of the complexities of female friendship from the New York Times bestselling author of The Woman Upstairs.

    Gibraltar: The Greatest Siege in British History

    By Roy & Lesley Adkins

    Hardback Save £5.54 = £14.46

    An epic page-turner filled with tales of courage, desperation, endurance and intrigue, brought to life by eyewitness accounts and expert research.


    By Fiona Melrose

    Paperback Save £1.14 = £7.85

    A heartbreaking story about a farming family, set between Suffolk and Zambia. Midwinter is a story of grief, forgiveness and family love.

    Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog, 3rd Edition

    By Maia Szalavitz

    Paperback Save £3.14 = £10.85

    "Fascinating and upbeat... Dr. Perry is both a world-class creative scientist and a compassionate therapist."-Mary Pipher, Ph.D., author of Letters to a Young Therapist

    Saints for all Occasions

    By J. Courtney Sullivan

    Hardback Save £4.34 = £12.65

    A sweeping, unforgettable novel from The New York Times best-selling author of Maine, about the hope, sacrifice, and love between two sisters and the secret that drives them apart.

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