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Jumpin' Jack Flash
Jumpin' Jack Flash Keiron Pim
A fascinating quest for one of London’s legendary characters
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Ben Ainslie: Close to the Wind
Ben Ainslie: Close to the Wind Ben Ainslie
Four-time Olympic Champion, ten-time World Champion, nine-time European Champion - the world's greatest ever Olympic sailor tells his story - revised and updated for paperback.
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The Fall
The Fall Diogo Mainardi
Knowing how to fall is much more valuable than knowing how to walk.
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Macaulay Zareer Masani
The first biography of Thomas Macaulay, from child prodigy to imperial administrator in India and revered elder statesman and historian in Britain
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A Broken World
A Broken World
Edited by the bestselling author of Birdsong and Dr Hope Wolf, this is an original and illuminating non-fiction anthology of writing on the First World War.
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Fire in Babylon
Fire in Babylon Simon Lister
WINNER OF THE CRICKET SOCIETY AND MCC BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD 2016 Fire in Babylon tells the full extraordinary story of the West Indies cricket team that brought the world to its knees and a people to its feet Inspired by the Stevan Riley film.
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Things I Didn't Know
Things I Didn't Know Robert Hughes
Volume I of the recently deceased renowned art critic Robert Hughes's memoirs.
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The Black Prince of Florence
The Black Prince of Florence Catherine Fletcher
A dramatic tale of assassination, spying and betrayal in the opulent, cut-throat world of Renaissance Italy.
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Nemesis Misha Glenny
Breaking Bad meets City of God in this gripping account of an ordinary man who became Brazil’s most wanted criminal
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Levels of Life
Levels of Life Julian Barnes
This short, unconventional book is probably the most moving that Julian Barnes has ever written
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Lives in Writing
Lives in Writing David Lodge
A collection of essays on writers and writing by the Booker-shortlisted novelist and critic.
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Other People's Countries
Other People's Countries Patrick McGuinness
A very special book of short, Proustian pieces on childhood and how the places of our childhood are embedded in us. Winner of the 2014 Duff Cooper Prize Winner of the 2015 Welsh Book of the Year Award Shortlisted for the 2015 James Tait Black Memorial Prize Shortlisted for the 2015 PEN Ackerley prize Longlisted for the 2014 Thwaites Wainwright Prize
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Across Many Mountains
Across Many Mountains Yangzom Brauen
A Tibetan Wild Swans. The story of a grandmother, mother and daughter who have loved and lost one of the most extraordinary countries in the world.
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Fatherland Nina Bunjevac
An autobiographical graphic novel about terrorism, family and Serbia’s dark history
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Plumdog Emma Chichester Clark
A dog’s diary - with words and pictures that are irresistibly funny and moving.
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Bad Faith
Bad Faith Carmen Callil
The story of one of history's most despicable villians told by a brilliant author
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The Tunnel Through Time
The Tunnel Through Time Gillian Tindall
The doyenne of London history travels over and under our great capital to reveal the layers of human existence underlying the Crossrail route as the new line through the heart of London takes shape
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Waking Up in Toytown
Waking Up in Toytown John Burnside
The sequel to the award-winning A Lie About My Father
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Roth Unbound
Roth Unbound Claudia Roth Pierpont
A critical evaluation of Philip Roth – the first of its kind – that takes on the man, the myth, and the work
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Federer and Me
Federer and Me William Skidelsky
A story of tennis, obsession and Roger Federer for tennis fans and the general reader alike.
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The Long Weekend
The Long Weekend Adrian Tinniswood
The Sunday Times bestseller - a beautifully illustrated, evocative history of the English country house in the 20s and 30s
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Hitler: Volume I
Hitler: Volume I Volker Ullrich
A landmark biography that explores the uncharted territory of Hitler the human being.
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The Bughouse
The Bughouse Daniel Swift
A groundbreaking new biography of Ezra Pound, one of the most controversial poets of the twentieth century, told through the stories of his illustrious visitors at St Elizabeths Hospital, Washington, DC
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