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The New Yorker Book of the 50s
The New Yorker Book of the 50s
The cultural and political history of the 1950s, as told by the New Yorker.
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The Raqqa Diaries
The Raqqa Diaries
An incredibly brave account of life inside one of the most isolated and fear ridden cities in the world.
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Laughlab
Laughlab
The fascinating and entertainig search to find the world's funniest joke and answer important questions about the psychology of humour
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Wall and Piece
Wall and Piece
The collected works of Britain’s most wanted artist.
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Friend and Foe
Friend and Foe Adam Galinsky, Maurice Schweitzer
Should we cooperate, compete, or both?
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In The Key of Genius
In The Key of Genius Adam Ockelford
Autistic and unable to care for himself, Derek Paravicini is also a musical genius.
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The End Of Globalization
The End Of Globalization Alan Rugman
Oxford academic, internationally renowned in field of business and strategy, provides a new and radical analysis of globalization and what it means for business: 'Think regional, act local, forget global'
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The Black Book of Modern Myths
The Black Book of Modern Myths Alasdair Wickham
Collection of new, true horror stories from around the world – in the Vanishing Hitchhiker mode
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The Blair Years
The Blair Years Alastair Campbell
The Blair Years is the most compelling and revealing account of contemporary politics you will ever read. Taken from Alastair Campbell's daily diaries, it charts the rise of New Labour and the tumultuous years of Tony Blair's leadership, providing the first important record of a remarkable decade in our national life.
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The Burden of Power
The Burden of Power Alastair Campbell
The final and most controversial volume of Alastair Campbell’s complete diaries: the countdown to Iraq
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Diaries Volume Three
Diaries Volume Three Alastair Campbell
The third volume of Campbell's compelling diaries, covering 1999 to 2001.
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Diaries Volume Two
Diaries Volume Two Alastair Campbell
The second volume of Campbell's riveting diaries, rejoining New Labour as they come into power
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Diaries Volume One
Diaries Volume One Alastair Campbell
The Blair Years was a taster. Prelude to Power reveals the diairies uncut. And it is just the beginning.
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The Great Pensions Robbery
The Great Pensions Robbery Alex Brummer
A devastating and gripping account of one of the great government scandals of our time
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Britain for Sale
Britain for Sale Alex Brummer
The Daily Mail's City Editor investigates foreign takeovers of British businesses - and what this means for the country's economy
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The Kingfisher Secret
The Kingfisher Secret Alex Urban
For fans of Spooks, Homeland, The Night Manager, I Am Pilgrim, and Red Sparrow comes the ultimate action-packed novel: spies, murder and one of the biggest conspiracies of our time lie at the heart of the thriller of the year.
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The Unthinkable
The Unthinkable Amanda Ripley
How will you react when disaster strikes?
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Staying Ok
Staying Ok Amy B. Harris, Thomas A. Harris
The long-awaited sequel to the record-breaking bestseller and most successful self-help book ever, I'm Ok, You're Ok. These are the self-help books that really will change your life - for good.
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World On Fire
World On Fire Amy Chua
The New York Times bestseller. In the current affairs/globalisation tradition of Naomi Klein and Noreena Hertz; the most original contribution to the globalisation debate in years.
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Tears at Bedtime
Tears at Bedtime Andrew Crofts, Tom Wilson
The shocking true story of a stolen childhood
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Empires of Food
Empires of Food Andrew Rimas, Evan D. G. Fraser
An evocative history that considers how food has shaped our world - and what the future holds
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Republic of Lies
Republic of Lies Anna Merlan
From UFOs to the New World Order, this is the inside story of how conspiracy theorists won over America
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