• Business & management
      January 2012

      The Unprincipled

      The Unvarnished Truth About Running A Marketing Agency From Start-up To Sell-out

      by David Croydon

      Building a business from start-up to sell-out. When I started, or at least co-founded, a small sales promotion agency called Marketing Principles in Oxford over 20 years ago, I had no idea about the dramas that would ensue, or the mixture of fu

    • Fiction
      January 2003

      The Wind In The Pylons Vol 1

      The Adventures Of The Mole In Weaselworld

      by Gareth Lovett Jones

      Environmental satire: When Mole (from Kenneth Grahame’s “The Wind In The Willows”) finds a tunnel behind the big old cupboard in his kitchen and goes exploring, little does he know the adventures in store.&nbs

    • Fiction
      January 2004

      The Wind In The Pylons Vol 2

      The Continuing Adventures Of The Mole In Weaselworld

      by Gareth Lovett Jones

      Environmental satire (Vol. 2): In this volume, we follow Mole’s further adventures as he searches for the England he remembers, and the encounter with global capitalism which precedes the touching denouement of his story.

    • Children's & young adult fiction & true stories
      January 2003

      The Ghost Who Didn't Believe In Humans

      by Helena Chambers

      Bullying (with ghosts) - for 8-12 year-olds When Della moves house and starts a new school, she knows that she must expect changes. However, she little imagines that she will stumble into the spirit world - where

    • Fiction
      January 2001


      by PJ Goddard

      Libidan is the first black comedy of the biotechnological age. At its heart lies the defining ethical question of the genomic revolution - when scientists can manipulate at will the body's every mechanism, what will human life become? B

    • Fiction
      January 2005


      by PJ Goddard

      Crime thriller. England 2005: a new millennium has dawned, yet the nation’s laws, institutions and values interact to serve the interests of the wealthy and the powerful to an extent unseen since the Middle Ages. At the h

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