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The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row
by Anthony Ray Hinton (Introduction), Lara Love Hardin

Anthony Ray Hinton was poor and black when he was convicted of two murders he hadn't committed. For the next three decades he was trapped in solitary confinement in a tiny cell on death row, having to watch as - one by one - his fellow prisoners were taken past him to the execution room.

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Maze of Fates: A Dominion City Blues Story
by Geronimo Bosch

Agnise would do anything for her lover, Dolores, including selling sexual favours in the sleazy underworld of Dominion City. They work together out of The Elite Lounge, where their employer, Silla, has become entangled in their romantic affairs.

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A Vintage Summer
by Cathy Bramle

London has not been kind to Lottie Allbright. Realising it’s time to cut and run, she packs up and moves back home – but finds her family in disarray.

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For the Love of George

 An adaptation of the monologue that was a critical success at the Edinburgh Festival 2000. It follows the experience of a woman trapped in violent marriage and her relationship with George and biology.

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Curious King’s Cross
by Andrew Whitehead

Sex, pubs and rock'n'roll – King's Cross has it all, and so much more ... from a fish-and-chip shop once bugged by MI5 to London's most enduring radical bookshop.

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The Westbrook Affair
A R Dance

This book is set in Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire between the years 1828 and 1867. It chronicles the lives of families from opposite ends of the social divide, and how a man-made disaster eventually leads to the discovery of a lost family fortune.

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The Bee Hive
Simon Adepetun

Eleven-year-old Daniel Jeremiah Chambers has parents Philip and Susan who love work and shopping and who just don't listen. Daniel is an only child ... no, he's lying ... he has a sister, Alice, who has a dolly fixation; Dan is sure she is an alien.

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Ten Poems about Bicycles
Various Authors
This second edition of our much-loved mini-anthology of bicycle poems is a real treat. Invigorated by some delightful new poems, the selection takes us along the highways and byways of cycling lore, from a freewheeling nun relishing the exhilaration of being on a bike on a hot summer’s day to the young man cycling in his brand new soldier’s uniform at the start of World War One.

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The Smith Challenge

 The Smith Family are raising £5,000 for the Earl Mountbatten Hospice inmemory of Andy who died in February.

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Paris Marathon 2019

 Guy will be running the Paris Marathon 2019 to raise funds for Hothouse Theatre.

All 26.2 miles of it! Paris. 14th April 2019. A day that will live in infamy.

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Notts Bookshops
Five Leaves Bookshop
 One of the few independents to open in any UK city centre this century! Find us opposite Nottingham Tourism centre.

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The Bookcase
More than just a bookshop ...

Lowdham Nottinghamshire

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Bookwise comprises three charity bookshops in Hockley, Southwell & Newark, selling second hand books (many nearly new) in support of Music for Everyone.

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Ideas on Paper
We bring a thought provoking and collectible selection of magazines, journals, and books to Nottingham; independent titles on fashion, art, culture, design, business, economics, food, wine and travel, are complemented by a range of stationery, enabling you to get your ideas on paper.

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Waterstones Nottingham
Waterstones Nottingham, situated in the heart of the East Midlands, is home to a wonderful selection of books and gifts sure to excite all book lovers.

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Online Publications

Nottingham Books
A website dedicated to books about Nottinghamshire and those written by Nottinghamshire authors click here

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