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Napoleon The Great
Napoleon The Great Andrew Roberts
More than any other modern biographer, Andrew Roberts conveys Napoleon's tremendous energy and the attractiveness of his personality, even to his enemies.
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A Place In The Country
A Place In The Country W. G. Sebald
Written at the height of his career, A Place in the Country is W.G. Sebald's lyrical homage to six writers and artists who greatly influenced him in his life and work.
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Talking About Jane Austen In Baghdad
Talking About Jane Austen In Baghdad Bee Rowlatt, May Witwit
Talking About Jane Austen in Baghdad is the story of two women who share laughter and tears, and swap their confidences, dreams and fears. And, between the grenades, the gossip, the jokes and the secrets, they also hatch an ingenious plan to help May escape the bombings of Baghdad . . .
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Defending the Guilty
Defending the Guilty Alex McBride
True crime meets humour in this hilariously funny and eye-opening exposé of the criminal justice system.
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Music At Midnight
Music At Midnight John Drury
George Herbert wrote, but never published, some of the very greatest English poetry, recording in an astonishing variety of forms his inner experiences of grief, recovery, hope, despair, anger, fulfilment and - above all else - love.
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Zeitoun Dave Eggers
'Harrowing, spellbinding . . . nothing less than an indictment of the entire Bush era.'  Observer
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