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Stephen Colbert’s Midnight Confessions – Stephen Colbert

Forgive him, Father, for Stephen Colbert has sinned. He knew it was wrong at the time. But he went ahead and did it anyway. Now he’s begging for forgiveness. Based on his popular segment from TheLate Show, Stephen Colbert and his team of writers now reveal his most shameful secrets to millions (although, actually, he’d like you to not to tell anyone). Midnight Confessions is an illustrated collection of Stephen Colbert at his most brilliant and irreverent.    Read More >

Not a Word About Love – Hana Goldberg

From an Award-Winning Author. After eleven years of marriage, Maya embarks on a journey and falls madly in love with a mysterious man. Through alleys fragrant with the pungent smell of fried rice, amid child beggars and vendors of psychedelic fabrics, she makes startling discoveries about the stranger, and about herself. How far will she be willing to go? “From the recipient of the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award of Israel’s Association of Authors and Composers (ACUM) 2015, comes a brilliant novel, full of humor and ...    Read More >



Operation Underpants – Mark A Biggs

87 year old ex-spy’s Max and Olivia live in a nursing home forgotten and waiting to die. After finding a secret message they are called back into action and must escape from the home and return to the UK – the fate of London and much of the world hangs in the balance.    Read More >



Moristoun – Kevin McAllion

McSorely has had enough. His life has spiralled out of control and nothing has gone his way. There seems to be only one option open to him, one last thing he can do to take control of his fate. All hope is lost. But far away on the mysterious island of Moristoun, Buchan is charged with the task of dissuading McSorely from this drastic course of action. Moristoun is where people like McSorely might end up, having exchanged one kind of hopelessness for another. A ...    Read More >



Less – Andrew Sean Greer

A breakout romantic comedy by the bestselling author of five critically acclaimed novels Who says you can’t run away from your problems? You are a failed novelist about to turn fifty. A wedding invitation arrives in the mail: your boyfriend of the past nine years is engaged to someone else. You can’t say yes–it would be too awkward–and you can’t say no–it would look like defeat. On your desk are a series of invitations to half-baked literary events around the world. QUESTION: How do you ...    Read More >

Best Served Frozen – Gerald Hansen

Revenge may be a dish best served cold, but hardened mother of seven Fionnuala Flood plans on serving hers up frozen. Or so she thinks. The bells are ringing out in Derry, Northern Ireland, as the dirt-poor Floods and the rich and entitled Riddells prepare for the pairing in matrimony of their families and a bridging of the gap between the two sniping communities. But some are not best pleased, and it might be more a case of For Whom The Bell Tolls. Throw in ...    Read More >

Hand In The Till – Gerald Hansen

“Comic Irish writing at its best. Continued brilliance, the characters will make you laugh and cry and fume while you’re reading.” Colin Quinn Fionnuala Flood, mother of seven unruly thugs, takes stock of her life on her 45th birthday, and it couldn’t be more of a misery. She’s been fired from the corner shop for stealing, her two oldest sons are in prison, her husband’s hands are fondling more than frozen fish at the packing plant, and her lesbian daughter has just published a book ...    Read More >



The Best of Adam Sharp – Graeme Simsion

“This dazzling story about a former pianist who has a second chance in midlife with his former actress flame will do some major heart-warming this Spring — and readers will never foresee the incredible ending.” —POPSUGAR “It’s a fun sweet ride.” —The Washington Post One of Glamour Magazine’s “Most Anticipated Books of 2017” “An extraordinary literary treat that reminds readers the best things in life have nothing to do with plans.” —20 Must-Read Books for Spring 2017, Redbook.com Two decades ago, Adam Sharp’s piano playing ...    Read More >