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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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A Journey Through the Cycling Year
A Journey Through the Cycling Year
The first book from the team behind the phenomenally popular 'The Cycling Podcast'
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When Love Speaks
When Love Speaks Adam O'Riordan
There are over 200,000 marriages and 7000 civil partnerships per year. This anthology offers over 100 poems and readings which celebrate love and union.
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British Muslim Soldier Adnan Sarwar
The Army can be family. The Army can be religion. The Army can be your identity. Adnan Sarwar – Pakistani boy from Burnley, good Muslim son, British squaddie – tells us why and how he became a British Muslim Soldier.
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Archibald Wavell
Archibald Wavell Adrian Fort
Biography Archibald Wavell - man of letters, Field-Marshal, Viceroy. A key figure in military and political operations from the Boer to the Second World War.
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Nancy: The Story of Lady Astor
Nancy: The Story of Lady Astor Adrian Fort
The glamorous page-turning story of the incredible life of Nancy Astor, Britain's first female MP.
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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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The Verneys
The Verneys Adrian Tinniswood
The extraordinary story of one English family in the seventeenth century: narrative social history at its best.
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His Invention So Fertile
His Invention So Fertile Adrian Tinniswood
'This lively, sympathetic and hugely informative biography brings us closer to Wren than ever before.' Frances Spalding, Independent
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Behind the Throne
Behind the Throne Adrian Tinniswood
From the first Elizabethan age to the second, Britain's monarchs seen through the eyes of those who keep their secrets
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Brit(ish)
Brit(ish) Afua Hirsch
The Sunday Times bestseller that reveals the uncomfortable truth about race in Britain today – and calls for urgent change
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The General
The General Ahmed Errachidi, Gillian Slovo
This is Ahmed’s story. It will make you rethink what it means to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. It will also make you look anew at courage, survival, justice and the War on Terror.
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The Whole Hog
The Whole Hog Aidan Higgins
A sequel to Donkey' Years and Dog Days
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Ivory, Apes & Peacocks
Ivory, Apes & Peacocks Alan Root
A breathtaking close-up look at Africa's animals and natural wonders from one of our great wildlife pioneers
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Play It Again
Play It Again Alan Rusbridger
The Guardian editor's account of a remarkable musical challenge during an extraordinary year for news.
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Philip Sidney
Philip Sidney Alan Stewart
'A work of great scholarship and fluency, filled with an affection for the subject An excellent biography. ' Peter Ackroyd, The Times
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The Cradle King
The Cradle King Alan Stewart
The Scottish King James VI took over the English throne from Elizabeth I in March 1603: this is a major biography of a fascinating and misunderstood monarch by a rising star in the academic world.
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Grey Eminence
Grey Eminence Aldous Huxley
'A penetrating and vivid biography' Sunday Times
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The Happiest Man in the World
The Happiest Man in the World Alec Wilkinson
Critically acclaimed New Yorker contributor Alec Wilkinson's sixth major work of non-fiction and his most charming subject yet: eccentric hero Poppa Neutrino.
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The Gulag Archipelago
The Gulag Archipelago Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
'It helped to bring down an empire. Its importance can hardly be exaggerated' Doris Lessing, Sunday Telegraph
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Leaving Before the Rains Come
Leaving Before the Rains Come Alexandra Fuller
The sequel to the international bestseller Don’t Let’s Go To The Dogs Tonight.
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