• In 1945, Hitler unleashes the Blood Death on Britain as his final act of vengeance. Hoke, an American pilot and one of a tiny minority with a rare blood group unaffected by the deadly disease, has survived among the debris and dead of London for three years. Now, in '48, a slow-dying group of Fascist Blackshirts believe their  only hope is a complete blood transfusion from one of Hoke's kind. They  literally want his blood. Running for his life, Hoke is rescued by other survivors and they are pursued  through London's ravaged streets and historic landmarks, reaching a dramatic, explosive climax at the top of the Tower Bridge.
  • This volume contains the following stories: Sticks, Stones: Chris Tsiolkas; Confession, Malla Nunn; Merlo Girls, Nick Earls; Dress, Medium; Maggie Alderson; Mirrored, Georgia Blain; Manuka, Alex Miller; The Amber Amulet, Craig Silvey; The Evolution of Sadie Smith, Rachael Treasure; The House on Hill Street, Judy Nunn; The Shedding Planner, Mark Dapin
  • What does it mean to dream of tunnels, rainbows, alarm bells, ravens, swimming, embarrassment or death? This book is a code book for unlocking the secrets and meanings of your dreams. Dreams are a combination of your deep subconscious emotions and your everyday life events. They are usually symbolic of inner hopes and fears and can give insight into the past, future and even how to proceed in certain matters. This is a very comprehensive guide with an alphabetic index.
  • A fabulous compendium of the weird, the wonderful and the inexplicable. The range of entries covers everything from the bizarre to the horrific and from the spooky to the utterly confounding. There is some of history's most astounding tales of the strange and supernatural with vivid detail of the events and the people involved, the impact of particular myths and beliefs and the investigations undertaken in the effort to find answers to the world's most baffling phenomena. There are Beasts and Monsters - the beast of Bodmin, the Mongolian deathworm and others; Conspiracies and Communications - the Men in Black, the  Piri Reis Map and more; Earthy Energies and Mystical Places will take you through the Dragon's Triangle, the stone circles at Castlerigg and other places ; Hidden Cities and Lost Civilisations visits Atlantis, Lyonesse. Lemuria with a few more rest-stops; Horrors and Hauntings covers Borley Rectory (reputedly the most haunted place on earth), Amityville, the Longendale Ghostplanes and more; Marvels and Miracles such as angels, Noah's Ark, Gef the Talking Mongoose and more will appear; there's psychic powers and psychic phenomena, puzzling people, secret societies and miscellany of demonic possessions, voodo and even zombies. Illustrated with black and white photographs and sketches.
  • In this volume: Worlds Of Tomorrow... With the Night Mail, Rudyard Kipling; Mr. Murphy Of New York, Thomas McMorrow; New Apples In The Garden, Kris Neville; Sanity, Fritz Leiber. Aliens, On Earth And Elsewhere...The Shapes, J.-H. Rosny aîné; The Other Celia, Theodore Sturgeon; Black Charlie, Gordon R. Dickson. Other Dimensions...A Subway Named Mobius, A.J. Deutsch; The Man Who Came Early, Poul Anderson; The Other Now, Murray Leinster.
  • In this volume: Mutants and Monsters...Whatever Happened to Corporal Cuckoo? Gerald Kersh; The Mindworm, C.M. Kornbluth; Nobody Bothers Gus, Algis Budry. Marvellous Inventions... The Ingenious Patriot, Ambrose Bierce; The Equaliser, Norman Spinrad; Splice of Life, Sonya Dorman; Business As Usual, During Alterations, Ralph Williams. The Mysterious Universe...The Quest For St Aquin, Anthony Boucher; The Nine Billion Names Of God, Arthur C. Clarke; The Voices of Time, J.G. Ballard
  • Well, perhaps not quite 1001 - but it certainly a fascinating, hand-picked cross-section of classic conversation from Andrew Denton's Enough Rope. Many feature previously unreleased material and are guaranteed to please and inspire; this is an eminently browsable and instantly addictive book. Among the guests are Cate Blanchett, Bono, Steve Irwin,Alan Bond, Elton John, Mel Brooks, Jane Goodall, Matt Lucas and David Williams, Tim Winton and Michael 'Parky' Parkinson. With black and white photographs.
  • A riotous romp through history, including: all the parts you can remember and 103 Good Things, 5 Bad Kings and 2 Genuine Dates.  Illustrated. Classic English humour long before Blackadder.
  • History as you've never learnt it before - from the invasion of Briton to Alfred the Cake, to Anne (A Dead Queen), The Merrie Monarch and WilliamandMary who were a pair of Oranges.  A lot of it reads like a Blackadder script with typical English humour. With comic illustrations by John Reynolds.