Cornerstone Books January-June 2016 by Penguin Random House UK

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Catalog Cornerstone Books January-June 2016

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century tony parsons james patterson the hanging club private rio publication 19/05/2016 price £12.99 size 234 x 153 mm pages 400 isbn 9781780892375 9 publication 16/06/2016 price £20 size 234 x 153 mm pages 400 isbn 9781780892818 someone just brought back the death penalty the third book in tony parsons bestselling dc max wolfe series jack morgan and his private team face a deadly fight to save the 2016 olympic games someone just brought back the death penalty the third book in tony parsons bestselling dc max wolfe series two years ago jack morgan – the head of the renowned worldwide investigation firm private – was in charge of security for the world cup in bazil during the championship final the action nearly spilled from the field into the stands fortunately jack and his team averted disaster on football s biggest stage a band of vigilante executioners roam london’s hot summer nights abducting evil men and hanging them by the neck until dead sentenced

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random house books tom dyckhoff all that glitters architecture and the city of spectacle publication 30/06/2016 price £20 size 234 x 153 mm pages 320 isbn 9781847946522 bbc2 culture show s tom dyckhoff asks what went wrong with the modern city the city has undergone a radical transformation over the last fifty years we now live in a world where vast sums are pumped into creating iconic architecture monuments that project the idea of prosperity and posterity but are subject to the whims of turbulent economies and fashions factories become luxury apartments shopping parades give way to megastores office blocks tower above city centres all designed to create a sense of identity and crucially worth that is until the cracks start to show taking seven cities at seven key moments over the last fifty years tom dyckhoff traces the story of urban life from the joyless mass housing developments of paris in 1958 that would play a key role in the spring riots a decade later to the empty

william heinemann jenni fagan charles duhigg the sunlight pilgrims smarter faster better the secrets of being productive in life and business publication 24/03/2016 price £12.99 size 216 x 135 mm pages 352 isbn 9780434023301 from the highly acclaimed author of the panopticon and one of granta’s best young british writers comes the new novel the sunlight pilgrims from the highly acclaimed author of the panopticon and one of granta s best young british writers comes the new novel the sunlight pilgrims set in a scottish caravan park during a freak winter – it is snowing in jerusalem the thames is overflowing and an iceberg separated from the fjords in norway is expected to arrive off the coast of scotland – the sunlight pilgrims tells the story of a small scottish community living through what people have begun to think is the end of times bodies are found frozen in the street with their eyes open euthanasia has become an acceptable response to economic collapse

arrow ellie dean paul s kemp sweet memories of you star wars lords of the sith publication 28/01/2016 price £5.99 size 198 x 129 mm pages 448 isbn 9781784750923 the gripping new second world war novel from sunday times top ten bestselling author of sealed with a loving kiss 31 publication 28/01/2016 price £8.99 size 198 x 129 mm pages 400 isbn 9780099542681 action-adventure featuring the two most feared and famous sith lords ever darth vader and emperor palpatine ‘i’m not working on a factory floor or digging for victory but in my own small way i do what i can for those i love.’ when the emperor and his notorious apprentice darth vader find themselves stranded in the middle of insurgent action on an inhospitable planet they must rely on each other the force and their own ruthlessness to prevail it’s 1943 and peggy reilly is at her best when the troubles of war come knocking at the door of beach view boarding house – especially when it concerns

arrow cathy woodman alastair campbell springtime at cherry tree cottage talyton st george winners and how they succeed publication 24/03/2016 price £6.99 size 198 x 129 mm pages 400 isbn 9780099598923 40 publication 24/03/2016 price £9.99 size 198 x 129 mm pages 350 isbn 9780099598886 bestselling author cathy woodman returns to talyton st george where flick one of the country s only female blacksmiths is fighting to prove herself in a male world and falling in love with the one man who believes in her winning is not the important thing it is the only thing it s not easy being a female in a male dominated world but flick is more than up for the challenge but is talyton st george ready for her alastair campbell knows all about winning as tony blair’s chief spokesman and strategist he helped guide the labour party to victory in three successive general elections and he’s fascinated by what it takes to win after years of training horse-mad flick has finally achieved

arrow michael calvin annie hauxwell living on the volcano the secrets of surviving as a football manager house of bones publication 19/05/2016 price £7.99 size 198 x 129 mm pages 400 isbn 9780099598657 a close look at the life of football managers a man punches the wall in a strategic show of anger another complains he has become a stranger to those he loves a third relies on “my three a day coffee nurofen and a bottle of wine.” yet another admits he is an oddity who would prefer to be working in cricket a fifth describes his professional life as “a circus” these are football managers live and uncut arsene wenger likens the job to “living on a volcano any day may be your last” he speaks with the authority of being the longest serving manager in the english game having been at arsenal for 17 years the average lifespan of a football league manager is 17 months fifty three managers across all four divisions were sacked or resigned in the 2012-13

windmill kevin ashton carys bray how to fly a horse the secret history of creation invention and discovery sweet home publication 28/01/2016 price £9.99 size 198 x 129 mm pages 336 isbn 9780099591771 55 publication 25/02/2016 price £7.99 size 198 x 129 mm pages 208 isbn 9780099510628 how to fly a horse is essential reading for would-be creators and innovators and also a passionate and immensely rewarding exploration of how new comes to be the award-winning short story collection from the author of a song for issy bradley shortlisted for the costa first novel prize 2015 in the vein of susan cain s quiet and malcolm gladwell s david and goliath how to fly a horse is a smart empowering book that dispels the myths around genius and creativity they say there s no place like home it s where the heart is there is a myth about how something new comes to be that geniuses have dramatic moments of insight where great things and thoughts are born whole symphonies are composed complete

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