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    Christine McGuinness: A Beautiful Nightmare

    This is the paperback edition of Christine's first book, where she tells the world her life story for the very first time. As well as outlining the difficulties and joys of being a mother to three autistic children, the autobiography delves into her anorexia battle, fertility troubles, her marriage, modelling career and tough childhood.

    Clash of the Clans: The Rise of the Kinahan Mafia and Boxing's Dirty Secret

    Clash Of The Clans is a story that traces the emergence of the Irish mafia from the streets of Dublin to the highest echelons of global organised crime and right into the heart of professional boxing.

    The Boy With A Pound In His Pocket

    The true story of a scholarship pupil at Manchester Grammar school who was stabbed in the heart by one of his friends. Just four months after Yousef was killed, a jury found his friend not guilty of murder or manslaughter.

    Doomsday Mother

    The Doomsday Mother is the astonishing and twisted tale of Lori Vallow, accused of having her two children murdered to start a new life with her new husband, Chad Daybell. John Glatt takes readers deeper into the devastating crimes of Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell in an attempt to unravel the lethal relationship of this doomsday couple.

    Million Ways to Stay on the Run A

    No criminal sparked as much fear and loathing among the public and law enforcement as underworld crime boss, Kenny Noye; a man with a central role in some of the most high-profile crimes of a generation. The reader is given a 360' vista of one of the most expensive manhunts in British policing history.

    Codebreaking Sisters: Our Secret War

    Patricia and Jean Owtram are possibly the only living sisters to have both signed the wartime Official Secrets Act. When war breaks out in 1939, Patricia and Jean join the Wrens, where they quickly pick up Morse code, and are tasked with intercepting enemy messages and feeding them back to Bletchley Park.

    Kerry Katona: Whole Again: Love Li

    As one of the most recognisable faces in showbiz today, Kerry Katona has seen more than her fair share of ups and downs played out in public. This is a story of survival and peace and how, after years of desperately trying to find her way, she has finally started to feel - in the words of her most famous song -Whole Again.

    Roman Kemp: Are You Really OK?

    Capital FM DJ Roman Kemp was born to showbiz royalty Martin and Shirlie Kemp, but he hasn't coasted upon his connections. Full of hilarious anecdotes, his first ever book tackles the taboo of suicide after filming a moving BBC documentary, the sadness that ensued when his best friend took his own life, and all the experiences that have shaped him.

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