Gwen and Rhys are on the run. Rhys was hoping this meant a windswept cottage on a cliff top, but he’s had to settle for a miserable caravan in the isolated village of Rawbone. With the locals taking an unhealthy interest in their daughter, Gwen and Rhys start to realise that something is very wrong. As they uncover the village’s terrible past, Gwen discovers that Torchwood will never leave her behind, and now she and Rhys stand alone in defence of the Earth. And the children of Rawbone can only bring her closer to the secret forces that want her out of the way.
"Really worth your time"
Grace has been best friends with Ella and Flick forever. The late-night chats, shared heartaches, and good times have created a bond that has stood the test of time. When Ella invites them to stay for a week in her cottage in South Wales, Grace jumps at the chance to see her old friends. She also hopes that the change of scenery will help her reconnect with her distant husband. Then Flick arrives; loveable, bubbly, incorrigible Flick, accompanied by the handsome and charming Noah. This is going to be one week which will change all their lives forever...
"Great Holiday Read"
Anna has waited a long time to fall in love and now that she has, she's not going to let her boyfriend Charlie's mother stand in her way. Meredith Granger is frighteningly well-cultured and impossible to impress. So far, Anna hasn't even been allowed to meet her. But when Charlie leaves the country on business for the summer, Anna decides to take matters into her own hands. Reinventing herself from top to toe, Anna embraces a whole new life.
'The girl knows', he whispered.... Four-year-old Sami is deeply traumatised, and it's up to psychologist Dr. Jessie Flynn to unlock his terrifying memories. She needs to find out who 'the girl' is - but nothing can prepare her for the truth about what haunts him. Meanwhile, Jessie's former patient, Captain Ben Callan, is investigating the suspicious death of an officer in Afghanistan - the problem is the only suspect refuses to talk.
Elise loves the farm that is her home; she loves playing with beetles and chameleons in the garden, buying sweets from the village shop and listening to the stories of spirits and charms told by her nanny, Beauty. As a young white girl in 1990s Zimbabwe, her life is idyllic. Her clothes are always clean and ironed, there is always tea in the silver teapot, gin and tonics are served on the veranda, and, in theory at least, black and white live in harmony.
Sometimes something happens in your life that changes everything. When Sasha was six, her dad died suddenly, and the world changed forever. Now she’s 12, it feels like things are changing all the time: her twin brother hardly talks to her any more, her mum’s dating a teacher from school, her best friend Lily keeps going on about boys...and Sasha doesn’t feel ready for any of it. The one place she can escape to is Blossom House, her secret place - an old, echoey, overgrown, beautiful, empty mansion.
Indie kidd's mum and dad no longer live with each other - but surely they like each other? When the friends-or-not test confirms Indie's worst fears, she needs a genius plan to make her parents pals again. But the text-message tricks and hospital hoaxes soon result in family chaos, and it's time for Mum and Dad to team up and sort of Indie's strange behaviour.
Indie Kidd needs cash - and fast! She's just got to have the Amazing Thing in the junk shop window, but she only has £1.50, a button, and some fluff in her piggy bank. From selling sticky cakes to dressing her dog for the photo competition, will any of Indie's zany ideas make her a gazillionaire?