Playing Under The Piano – Hugh Bonneville

Published By: AbacusPages: 384Released On: 13/10/2022 Hugh Bonneville is one of Britain’s most accomplished actors, familiar to audiences worldwide for his roles in Notting Hill, the Paddington films and Downton Abbey. From getting his big break as Third Shepherd in the school nativity play, to mistaking a Hollywood star for an estate agent, Hugh creates a brilliantly vivid picture ofContinue reading “Playing Under The Piano – Hugh Bonneville”

A Heart That Works – Rob Delaney

Published By: CoronetPages: 192Released On: 20/10/2022 When you’re a parent and your child gets hurt or sick, you not only try to help them get better but you also labour under the general belief that you can help them get better. That’s not always the case though. Sometimes the nurses and the doctors can’t fixContinue reading “A Heart That Works – Rob Delaney”

Undoctored – Adam Kay

Published By: TrapezePages: 288Released On: 15/09/2022 This is Going to Hurt was the publishing phenomenon of the century, read by many millions, loved by at least fifty of them, and adapted into a major TV series. But it was only part of the story.  Undoctored is about what happens when a doctor hangs up his scrubs, butContinue reading “Undoctored – Adam Kay”

And Finally – Henry Marsh

Published By: Penguin Random HousePages: 240Released On: 01/09/2022 As a retired brain surgeon, Henry Marsh thought he understood illness, but he was unprepared for the impact of his diagnosis of advanced cancer. And Finally explores what happens when someone who has spent a lifetime on the frontline of life and death finds himself contemplating what mightContinue reading “And Finally – Henry Marsh”

Behind the Seams – Esme Young

Published By: Blink PublishingPages: 288Released On: 14/04/2022 At age five, Esme was asked to write in her notebook, but instead, she filled it with drawings – the only way she knew to express herself. At seven, when it was discovered she was partially deaf, she found refuge in her sketchbooks. Shortly after, Esme made herContinue reading “Behind the Seams – Esme Young”

Old Rage – Sheila Hancock

Published By: BloomsburyPages: 272Released On: 09/06/2022 Sheila Hancock looked like she was managing old age. She had weathered and even thrived in widowhood, taking on acting roles that would have been demanding for a woman half her age. She had energy, friends, a devoted family, a lovely home. She could still remember her lines. SoContinue reading “Old Rage – Sheila Hancock”

This is Not a Pity Memoir – Abi Morgan

Published By: John MurrayPages: 304Released On: 12/05/2022 One morning in June, Abi had her to-do list – drop the kids to school, get coffee and go to work. Jacob had a bad headache so she added ’pick up steroids’. She returned home and found the man she loved and fought and laughed with for twentyContinue reading “This is Not a Pity Memoir – Abi Morgan”

The Real Kenneth Graham – Elisabeth Galvin

Published By: White Owl/Pen & SwordPages: 190Released On: 17/12/2021 He wrote one of the most quintessentially English books, yet Kenneth Grahame (1859-1932) was a Scot. He was four years old when his mother died and his father became an alcoholic, so Kenneth grew up with his grandmother who lived on the banks of the belovedContinue reading “The Real Kenneth Graham – Elisabeth Galvin”

Glittering a Turd – Kris Hallenga

Published By: UnboundPages: 280Released On: 19/08/2021 Kris was living a totally normal life as a twenty-three-year-old: travelling the world, falling in love, making plans. However, when she found a lump in her boob and was told that it was not only cancer, but also incurable, life took on a completely new meaning. She was diagnosedContinue reading “Glittering a Turd – Kris Hallenga”

Too Many Reasons to Live – Rob Burrow

Published By: MacmillanPages: 304Released On: 19/08/2021 Rob Burrow is one of the greatest rugby league players of all time. And the most inspirational. As a boy, Rob was told he was too small to play the sport. Even when he made his debut for Leeds Rhinos, people wrote him off as a novelty. But RobContinue reading “Too Many Reasons to Live – Rob Burrow”