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Veronica Guerin
Veronica Guerin Emily O'Reilly
The extraordinary story of a bold but reckless young journalist, and a forceful exploration of the dubious ethics of modern journalism.
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The Beauty Myth
The Beauty Myth Naomi Wolf
Provocative, punchy and important, this is one of the essential classics of modern feminist literature.
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Give The Anarchist A Cigarette
Give The Anarchist A Cigarette Mick Farren
A superb memoir by a key member of the 1960s and '70s counterculture in Britain
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The Beautiful Game?
The Beautiful Game? David Conn
A powerful, passionate exploration of a game in turmoil
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Martha Gellhorn
Martha Gellhorn Caroline Moorehead
Amazing quote to come from Rose Tremain!
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The Money And The Power
The Money And The Power Sally Denton, Roger Morris
The shadowy past and present of Las Vegas - and its role in the shaping of today's America - are here revealed as never before by two of America's leading investigative reporters.
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Globalisation In World History
Globalisation In World History A G Hopkins
A provocative and illuminating collection of essays that is the first to look at the major theme of globalization from an historical perspective.
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What the Chinese Don't Eat
What the Chinese Don't Eat Xinran
Xinran's popular Guardian columns collected together for the first time!
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Flat Earth News
Flat Earth News Nick Davies
Explosive, controversial and timely - award-winning investigative journalist Nick Davies exposes the shocking corruption of today's media.
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The Most Powerful Idea in the World
The Most Powerful Idea in the World William Rosen
An enthralling and accessible history of the invention which transformed the world: steam power
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Down To The Sea In Ships
Down To The Sea In Ships Horatio Clare
Acclaimed nature writer Horatio Clare travels the great oceans on cargo ships, and witnesses the collision of two temperaments: man and the sea
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Not a Proper Journalist
Not a Proper Journalist Bob Humphrys
A brilliant autobiography from the face of Welsh sport - funny, charming, provocative and deeply revealing, at last here are the real stories behind twenty years of Welsh sport
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The Gods That Failed
The Gods That Failed Dan Atkinson, Larry Elliot
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Redeeming Features
Redeeming Features Nicky Haslam
From the legendary interior designer Nicky Haslam, a dazzling and witty account of his frenetic life—from the ‘50s to the present—in London, the south of France, New York, Arizona and Los Angeles, in a crowd of friends and acquaintances that includes virtually all of the cultural icons of our time.
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Reckless Philip Augar
The definitive insider’s history of Britain’s financial services sector over the last decade, by one of our leading City commentators.
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David Astor
David Astor Jeremy Lewis
An exceptional biography of that rarest of creatures – a really good man
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Prediction Bruce Bueno de Mesquita
A dazzling, provocative and utterly engrossing account of how one man is able to predict the future.
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Reckless Brain Shot
Reckless Brain Shot Philip Augar
BRAIN SHOT: The definitive insider's history of Britain's financial services sector over the last decade, by one of our leading City commentators.
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1759 Frank McLynn
A remarkable new book on a crucial moment in British and world history.
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Treasure Islands
Treasure Islands Nicholas Shaxson
This is the ugliest chapter in global economic affairs since slavery - and secretive offshore tax havens are at the heart of the trouble.
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East Asia Arthur Cotterell
'Richly informative...illuminating and valuable' - Times Literary Supplement
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The Communist Manifesto
The Communist Manifesto Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, Karl Marx And Friedrich Engels
Re-issued to mark the 200th anniversary of Marx's birth: the manifesto that set the world alight, now with a new introduction from the bestselling author and economist, Yanis Varoufakis
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