Friday nights, the best night of the week, the night they all looked forward to more than they cared to admit - talking, drinking, laughing and crying together. They were six female friends, different in age and circumstances, but with one common need: the warmth and support of their Friday nights.
When a bloated corpse is found floating in the River Thames the police can at least sure that identifying the victim will be straightforward. Around the dead man's wrist is a hospital band. On it are the words Dr F Klein... But psychotherapist Frieda Klein is very much alive.
This story of mistaken love is a romantic fiction set in the English Regency period. It centres on Lord Sheringham who has been rejected by the woman he loves, but the woman who has secretly loved him since childhood is waiting.
Emotionally exhausted? Discouraged? You may be suffering from burnout, a syndrome similar to depression, but different in that it's not a disease to be cured. In this work, the author - a Harvard-trained medical scientist, psychologist and pioneer in stress and health - straddles psychology, biology and soul in a fresh approach to burnout.
The solitude of man and the bleak beauty of nature are prominent themes in the work of Caspar David Friedrich (1774-1840), the romantic painter whose influence have been underestimated. Now considered to be the most important German artist of his generation. Friedrich died in obscurity and wasn't fully appreciated until the early 20th century.
At once a moving love story and a gripping adventure, The Friend is an intelligent and urgent thriller that untangles the complexities of international politics and casts light on the dark threats facing the world today.
Is it in our best interest to compete or to cooperate? In this book, leading psychologists argue that it is only by learning how to strike the right balance between competition and cooperation that we can improve long-term relationships and maximise success in work and life.