• Bookline & Thinker

      Bookline and Thinker is based in the UK and is a non-fiction publisher of history and travel books. Their fiction, Hookline Books, lets book groups choose the novels they put into print.

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    • Self-help & personal development
      October 2011

      The Power of Accepting Yourself

      by Cohen, Michael

      Are you your own worst enemy? Does fear stop you from being the person you want to be? Do you always think you can't - whether it is passing an exam, finding a new job, maintaining a healthy weight or tackling any of the problems life puts your way?</p

    • Literary Fiction
      October 2015

      The Secret Mother

      by Delderfield, Victoria

      Mai Ling is chasing the Chinese dream. She’s escaping to the city, seeking a new life, running away from the old customs of arranged marriage and domestic drudgery. The Secret Mother puts a face to the label Made in China. It tells the bitterswee

    • Thriller / suspense
      February 2015

      What Lies in the Dark

      by Thompson, CM

      One murder can make a town nervous. Two brings fear. Add three, four and even more, and watch neighbour turn on suspicious neighbour. Victoria Bullrush – or Bullface, as she is called by fellow police officers – is a stickler for rules. As

    • Self-help & personal development
      September 2015

      Rethink it!

      Practical ways to rid yourself of anger, depression, jealousy and other common problems

      by Cohen, Michael

      Rethink it gives practical advice on tackling destructive thoughts that lead to anger, rejection, shame, jealousy, fear and worry. Words affect the way we feel and act, and negative talk leads to fear, anxiety, depression and a ‘why bother’

    • Travel & holiday
      January 2014

      12 Day Trips from London

      A simple guide for those who want to see more than the capital

      by Maldon, Dee

      Aimed at visitors who want to see more than the capital – but don’t want to drive or vacate their hotel room. This little book provides information on using public transport to visit Cambridge, Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon, as well as les

    • Fiction
      March 2016

      A Coin for the Hangman

      by Ralph Spurrier

      Booksellers never know what they might find in an estate sale. When our man finds the tools of England’s last hangman, along with the diary of a man he executed, he knows he has a mystery to solve. Was there a miscarriage of justice? Did the wron

    • Travel & Transport
      January 2017

      The Solo Travel Guide

      Just Do It

      by Dee Maldon

      Do you want to travel, but your friends or family don’t? So why wait? Travelling alone is better than never travelling at all. In the Solo Travel Guide: Just do it we give you suggestions on how to plan, how to cope when

    • Fiction

      The Jacobite's Wife

      by Morag Edwards

      Lady Winifred had a troubled childhood. Her mother, father and brother were all imprisoned for treason due to their support for the Catholic king. When she falls in love with a handsome young Scottish nobleman, the marriage brings happiness. However, s

    • Fiction

      The Water and the Wine

      by Tamar Hodes

      Leonard Cohen is at the start of his career and in love with Marianne Jensen, who is also a muse to her ex-husband, Axel. Australian authors George Johnston and Charmian Clift write, drink and fight. It is a hedonistic time of love, sex and new id

    • Children's & YA

      Willow Bloom and the Dream Keepers

      by E.V. Farrell

      Willow Bloom’s biggest challenge is to organise her thirteenth birthday party. However, a walk in the woods near her home provides some big surprises – a mystical guardian from another world, a magical forest, and the discovery that her par

    • True stories
      April 2013

      Once Upon a Time in the Sixties

      by Maddick, Peter

      If you remember the Sixties, then you weren't there'. Well Peter Maddick was there and he remembers most of it - the King's Road, Chelsea; the trendy models and hip photographers; the ad men; the road to St. Tropez; the hippy trail from Kathmandu. And

    • Adult & contemporary romance
      April 2014

      Tandem

      by Morgan, Alex

      Paula abandons her London life and travels through the night to a Scottish village where she once spent a childhood holiday. Desperate to avoid a painful loss, she tries to hide away. However, the locals are keen to know more about their unhappy visito

    • Literary Fiction
      September 2015

      Terms

      by Lyle, Ben

      Twelve-year-old James hates life at his hippy boarding school where lessons are optional and homework forbidden. All he wants is an academic education with proper exams. When a strict new maths teacher strides into his world, James latches onto him as

    • Sagas
      April 2011

      The Partridge and the Pelican

      by Crowther, Rachel

      Two girls find a baby abandoned in a phone box, and the event casts a long shadow as their lives unfold through careers, marriages and motherhood.

    • Erotic fiction
      June 2011

      Seven Days to Tell You

      by Soames, Ruby

      When Kate’s husband disappeared she spent three painful years searching for him before returning to her career, her life. Marc’s sudden reappearance brings back so many questions. He asks for a week to tell his story, to prove his love. In

    • Children's & YA
      April 2012

      Underground

      by O'Brien, Gayle

      On the run from a killer, Annie and her mother flee to a remote farmhouse in New England. When Annie finds an unsent letter from a debutante in the Civil War, she is drawn to the story of a Southern girl immersed in a love that cannot see light in the

    • Historical fiction
      February 2010

      The Half-Slave

      by Bloom, Trevor

      Ascha is the son of a Saxon warlord and a Roman slave mother, a half-slave, locked in the limbo between slave and free. This is a tale of competing tribes in 5th century northern Europe.

    • Erotic fiction
      October 2010

      The China Bird

      by Doran, Bryony

      An art student with a love for Egon Schiele sees beauty in Edward’s twisted spine, and begs him to pose for her. This tale of secrecy, love and understanding explores our perceptions of beauty and lust.

    • Fiction
      April 2017

      Hear Me

      by Julia North

      After yet another shameful one-night stand Lissa has to accept that her sisters are right – she is an alcoholic and it’s time for rehab. She hates the idea of therapy, doesn’t want to examine her past, but just as she begins to s

    • Erotic fiction
      April 2010

      A Young Woman's Guide to Carrying On

      by Wosskow, Jilly

      After a row with her mother, Kathryn collects her belongings and slams the door for the final time. It’s 1974 and the beginning of a new life – but how much can Kathryn really leave behind?

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