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3,096 Days
3,096 Days Natascha Kampusch
On 2 March 1998 ten-year-old Natascha Kampusch was snatched off the street by a stranger - when she emerged eight years later, her childhood had gone.
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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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Agent Storm
Agent Storm Morten Storm, Paul Cruickshank, Tim Lister
An unlikely terrorist, Morten Storm went from being a biker to an Islamic convert ready to wage Holy War.  He fell under the spell of preacher Anwar al-Awlaki – the West's most wanted al-Qaeda leader, and the inspiration for the Charlie Hebdo attackers. 
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Almost The Perfect Murder
Almost The Perfect Murder Paul Williams
Almost the Perfect Murder details the exhaustive investigation - one of the most complex and chilling in Irish criminal justice history - that allowed gardaí to build a case against Dwyer. And it outlines the twists and turns - both in the courtroom and behind the scenes - during the dramatic trial that followed.
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America's Queen
America's Queen Sarah Bradford
Reissued with revisions to commemmorate the 50th anniversary of the assassination of J. F. Kennedy.
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Ammonites And Leaping Fish
Ammonites And Leaping Fish Penelope Lively
In this powerful and compelling 'view from old age', Penelope Lively, at eighty, reports back on what she finds. There are meditations on what it is like to be old as well as on how memory shapes us.
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Arnhem Antony Beevor
Britain's bestselling historian's #1 bestselling account of the classic WW2 folly.
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Austerlitz W. G. Sebald
Sebald's heartbreaking and profound masterpiece of a man's journey through European history, published as an Essential for the first time.
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Becoming Michelle Obama
An intimate, powerful, and inspiring memoir by the former First Lady of the United States.
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Bend, Not Break
Bend, Not Break Ping Fu
Bend, Not Break tells the incredible personal story of a journey from imprisonment to freedom, from the dogmatic anticapitalism of Mao's China to the high-stakes world of technology start-ups in the US. It is a tribute to one woman's courage in the face of cruelty, and a valuable lesson on the enduring power of resilience.
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Birds, Beasts And Relatives
Birds, Beasts And Relatives Gerald Durrell
A new standalone edition of the second book in the trilogy that inspired TV''s The Durrells.
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Black Milk
Black Milk Elif Shafak
Postpartum depression affects millions of new mothers every year, and - like most of its victims - Elif Shafak never expected to be one of them.
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Bonkers Jennifer Saunders
Bonkers is the story of how it all came about. Or at least the bits she recalls. The rest she made up. Either way, it's all here: the stories, the characters, Dawn, Joanna, and, playing herself throughout: Jennifer.
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Boy Roald Dahl
Roald Dahl vividly shares his memories; some are funny. Some are painful. Some are unpleasant. All are true.
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Captive Allan Hall
One monster, three innocent girls, ten years in captivity.
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