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The Five
The Five Hallie Rubenhold
A NO. 5 SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER: The devastating story of the lives of Jack the Ripper's victims, told in full, for the first time: 'Powerful and shaming' Guardian; 'Deeply affecting' Daily Mail
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For the Glory
For the Glory Duncan Hamilton
The definitive biography of one of Britain's greatest ever heroes, by the two-time winner of the William Hill Sports Book of the Year.
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Notes from the Velvet Underground
Notes from the Velvet Underground Howard Sounes
The definitive biography of Lou Reed, one of modern music's most influential artists.
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The Most of Nora Ephron
The Most of Nora Ephron Nora Ephron
A whopping big celebration of the work of the late, great Nora Ephron, America's funniest woman writer, creator of When Harry Met Sally and author of Heartburn, I Feel Bad About my Neck and I Remember Nothing.
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The Vaccine Race
The Vaccine Race Meredith Wadman
**SHORTLISTED FOR THE WELLCOME BOOK PRIZE 2018 ** ** A GUARDIAN SCIENCE BOOK OF THE YEAR 2017 **
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Shop Girl
Shop Girl Mary Portas
The moving and hilarious true story of the early years of Mary, Queen of Shops
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Logical Family
Logical Family Armistead Maupin
Long awaited and worth that wait - Armistead Maupin finally tells us his story
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Princess: Secrets to Share
Princess: Secrets to Share Jean Sasson
Offering fascinating stories of triumphs and heartbreak, this long-awaiting new book by Jean Sasson and Saudi Princess 'Sultana', reveals what it means to be a Saudi woman today.
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Centaur
Centaur Declan Murphy, Ami Rao
The stunningly evocative and extraordinary memoir of the jockey who came back from the dead, of memory, loss, and the bond between man and horse.
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Endurance
Endurance Scott Kelly
From the Nasa astronaut who spent a record-breaking year aboard the International Space Station – what it’s like out there and what it’s like now, back here. Enter Scott Kelly's fascinating world and dare to think of your own a little differently.
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Things Can Only Get Worse?
Things Can Only Get Worse? John O'Farrell
The follow-up to his classic memoir, Things Can Only Get Better: Eighteen Miserable Years in the Life of a Labour Supporter - John O'Farrell takes us on a sometimes hilarious, sometimes heart-breaking rollercoaster ride from the highs of that Labour victory in ‘97 to the lows of Brexit.
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How to Be a Beta Male
How to Be a Beta Male Robert Crampton
From rom coms to wrestling and fatherhood to fist fights, Robert Crampton's How to Be a Beta Male is a brilliantly funny and sometimes moving insight into being a modern-day bloke.
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Dancing The Dream Michael Jackson
Reissue of Michael Jackson’s second book, first published in 1992.
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Mikhail Gorbachev: Memoirs Mikhail Gorbachev
The memoirs of Mikhail Gorbachev, one of the greatest world leaders of the twentieth century.
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I Feel Bad About My Neck
I Feel Bad About My Neck Nora Ephron
Hilarious anecdotal memoir in Grumpy Old Women vein by Hollywood screenwriter / director of When Harry Met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle and You've Got Mail.
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Forever Today Deborah Wearing
The man who lost his memory: the moving true story of an English musician crippled by total amnesia, by his wife.
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Clementine Churchill
Clementine Churchill Mary Soames
The revised and updated biography of Clementine Churchill, wife of Winston, written by their daughter.
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Galloway Street
Galloway Street John Boyle
In the tradition of Seamus Deane's Booker shortlisted Reading in the Dark, a brilliant memoir about growing up Irish in Scotland.
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There Are No Grown-Ups
There Are No Grown-Ups Pamela Druckerman
Does it feel like everyone around you is an adult, except you? There are no grown-ups,because everyone else is winging it too! Pamela Druckerman, author of French Children Don't Throw Food, reveals the things is took her forty years to learn.
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The Accidental President
The Accidental President A J Baime
The remarkable story of President Harry Truman's first four months in office when this unlikely, small-town, Washington outsider had to take on Germany, Japan, Stalin and the atomic bomb, with the fate of the world hanging in the balance - one of the most extraordinary challenges in American presidential history.
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In Your Defence
In Your Defence Sarah Langford
A legal equivalent of Henry Marsh's Do No Harm. A barrister's riveting, insightful account of life at the bar and eleven cases that demonstrate the strengths, weakness and realities of our legal system.
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The Life of Stuff
The Life of Stuff Susannah Walker
A memoir about the meaning we project onto our possessions, and the mess we leave behind when we die.
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All That Remains
All That Remains Sue Black
'Sue Black’s utterly gripping account of her life & career as a professor of anatomy & forensic anthropology.' (Guardian). A fascinating, critically acclaimed mix of science and meditation on death.
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Meet Me at the Museum
Meet Me at the Museum Anne Youngson
'A moving tribute to friendship and love, to the courage of the ordinary, and to starting again' RACHEL JOYCE
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