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A powerful, trailblazing adventure inspired by the harrowing true story of the1866 cattle drive from Texas to Montana-and the legendary man who dared the impossible . . .
 
A THOUSAND TEXAS LONGHORNS  

The Civil War is over. The future of the American West is up for grabs. Any man crazy enough to lead a herd of Texas longhorns to the north stands to make a fortune-and make history. That man would be Nelson Story. A bold entrepreneur and miner, he knows a golden opportunity when he sees one. But it won't be easy. Cowboys and bandits got guns, farmers got sick livestock, and the Army's got their own reasons to stop the drive. Even worse, Story's top hand is an ornery Confederate veteran who used to be his enemy. But all that is nothing compared to the punishing weather, the deadly stampedes-and the bloodthirsty wrath of the Sioux?
 
This is the incredible saga of a man named Story. A true legend of the Old West. And the ever-beating heart of the American Dream.
 
"Boggs is unparalleled in evoking the gritty reality of the Old West."
-The Shootist
 
" Johnny Boggs has produced another instant page-turner. . . . Don't put down the book until you finish it."
-Tony Hillerman on Killstraight

 
 "Johnny D. Boggs tells a crisply powerful story that rings true more than two centuries after the bloody business was done."
-The Charleston (S.C.) Post and Courier on The Despoilers



Fr. 9.30

'Love. Hate. So what? This is family. This is business.'

London is in ruins. The once-glorious city is now a gated wasteland cut off from the rest of the country and in the hands of two warring families - the Volsons and the Connors.

Val Volson offers the hand of his young daughter, Signy, to Connor as a truce. At first the marriage seems to have been blessed by the gods, but betrayal and deceit are never far away in this violent world, and the lives of both families are soon to be changed for ever . . .

'Shies from nothing, making it both cruel and magnificent' Guardian
'An epic tale of treachery, deceit, sex, torture, violence, revenge and retribution' Independent on Sunday
'Will rank along with the 20th-century classics' - Sunday Telegraph
Winner of the Lancashire Book Award

Fr. 7.00

'We're the rubbish kids, losers and orphans. Everyday we go out on to the Tip to sort rubbish for Mother Shelly.'

For Sham, Fly Pie and his sister Jane, this is the grim reality of their lives. Then one day everything changes when they find a baby on the Tip - a baby worth seventeen million pounds . . .

This discovery takes them into a savage, lonely city and so begins an endless fight for survival.

Fr. 6.00

Bea has started to hear and see things that no one else can - creatures, voices, visions. Then strangers visit Bea and tell her she is different: she has the rare powers of a witch. They warn her she is being hunted. Her parents think she is hallucinating and needs help. All Bea wants to do is get on with her life, and to get closer to Lars, the mysterious young man she has met at the skate park. But her life is in danger, and she must break free. The question is - who can she trust?

Carnegie Medal-winner Melvin Burgess returns with a powerful, thrilling fantasy for young adults about magic, myth and following your instincts.

Fr. 12.00