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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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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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According to the Small Hours
According to the Small Hours Aidan Mathews
'Abundant, enthralling, often heartbreaking, According to the Small Hours makes its indelible mark as Aidan Mathews' triumphant return to poetry' - Michael Longley
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The Drift
The Drift Alan Jenkins
Brilliant new collection of poetry from a well-known poet whose last collection won the Forward prize.
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A Shorter Life
A Shorter Life Alan Jenkins
Best collection yet from Deputy Editor of the TLS. This is poetry as autobiography - a wonderfully poignant evocation of a genteel suburban upbringing, a wild youth and a regretful middle-age.
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Harm Alan Jenkins
The new collection from one of the most engaging voices in contemporary poetry: a popular and accessible younger poet who reaches a wide audience.
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Brave New World Revisited
Brave New World Revisited Aldous Huxley
'One of the most important books to have been published since the war' Daily Telegraph
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The Doors of Perception
The Doors of Perception Aldous Huxley
'Concise, evocative, wise and, above all, humane, The Doors of Perception is a masterpiece' Sunday Times
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Warning to the West
Warning to the West Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
Solzhenitsyn's polemical speeches - a primer for understanding the moral, political vision of the Nobel prize winner
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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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A Community of Mortals Alexandra Zelman-Doring
Inspiring, revealing, shocking – Alexandra Zelman-Doring's essay on mourning, therapeutic hypothermia and some of the greatest literature written on death.
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The Three Musketeers
The Three Musketeers Alexandre Dumas
Rediscover Puffin Classics, bringing the best-loved stories to a new generation.
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Falling Awake
Falling Awake Alice Oswald
The finest living British poet comes to Cape with her extraordinary new book Winner of the 2017 Griffin Prize Winner of the 2016 Costa Poetry Award Shortlisted for the 2016 T. S. Eliot Award Shortlisted for the 2016 Forward Prize A Daily Telegraph / Guardian / Herald / New Statesman / Sunday Times / Times Literary Supplement Book of the Year
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Boys And Girls Forever
Boys And Girls Forever Alison Lurie
'The best book on the classics of the genre I have ever read' John Bayley, New York Review of Books
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The Love Book
The Love Book Allie Esiri
A glorious cloth-bound collection of poetry, prose, letters and lyrics penned by the finest writers in the English language, about the most important emotion on earth.
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How to Cure a Fanatic
How to Cure a Fanatic Amos Oz
A landmark work from a celebrated author on how to resolve the Israel-Palestinian conflict.
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The Little Book Of Philosophy
The Little Book Of Philosophy Andre Comte-Sponville
André Comte-Sponville's brilliant and thought-provoking follow-up to A Short Treatise on the Great Virtues is an ambitious introduction to the central concepts of philosophy, from morality to death, from liberty to wisdom.
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Animal Magic
Animal Magic Andrew Barrow
Animal Magic is a wonderfully original memoir: an account of two brothers and the exhilarating private world they invented.
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Worlds Elsewhere
Worlds Elsewhere Andrew Dickson
Cultural history combines with literary travelogue to show Shakespeare in an utterly original, international light
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Physical
Physical Andrew McMillan
An extraordinary debut from a 26-year-old poet Winner of the 2015 Guardian First Book Award Winner of the 2015 Fenton Aldeburgh First Collection Prize Shortlisted for the 2015 Costa Poetry Prize Shortlisted for the 2015 Forward Prize for Best First Collection
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