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The Eleventh Day
The Eleventh Day Anthony Summers, Robbyn Swan
The ultimate account of 9/11 by one of the world's great investigative journalists
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Logical Family
Logical Family Armistead Maupin
Long awaited and worth that wait - Armistead Maupin finally tells us his story
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Parliament: The Biography (Volume II - Reform)
Parliament: The Biography (Volume II - Reform) Chris Bryant
Two centuries of reform, revolution and political intrigue in Chris Bryant's epic biography of Parliament
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Entitled
Entitled Chris Bryant
Exploring the extraordinary social and political dominance enjoyed by the British aristocracy over the centuries, Entitled seeks to explain how a tiny number of noble families rose to such a position in the first place.
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The Heat of the Moment
The Heat of the Moment Dr Sabrina Cohen-Hatton
One of the world’s most senior female firefighters shares stories from her extraordinary professional life and reveals the reality of how seemingly impossible decisions are made in extreme circumstances.
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Harris's List of the Covent Garden Ladies
Harris's List of the Covent Garden Ladies Hallie Rubenhold
A sexy digest of the bestselling 18th-century Gentleman's directory of Covent Garden ladies of the night, introduced by social historian, Hallie Rubenhold
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Hello World
Hello World Hannah Fry
Would you let an algorithm determine your fate? Hannah Fry lifts the lid on the world of algorithms, examining how they impact our future and whether they really are an improvement on the humans they replace.
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Princess: Secrets to Share
Princess: Secrets to Share Jean Sasson
Offering fascinating stories of triumphs and heartbreak, this long-awaiting new book by Jean Sasson and Saudi Princess 'Sultana', reveals what it means to be a Saudi woman today.
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A Very Human Ending
A Very Human Ending Jesse Bering
A meditation on the human tendency to end our own lives, by an author who brings his own experience of depression to bear on this rarely discussed subject.
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Sorry I'm Late, I Didn't Want to Come
Sorry I'm Late, I Didn't Want to Come Jessica Pan
One hilarious and painful year of misadventures in extroverting. Jess Pan goes out on behalf of all the introverts to answer the question: is it really true that extroverts have all the fun?
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Things Can Only Get Worse?
Things Can Only Get Worse? John O'Farrell
The follow-up to his classic memoir, Things Can Only Get Better: Eighteen Miserable Years in the Life of a Labour Supporter - John O'Farrell takes us on a sometimes hilarious, sometimes heart-breaking rollercoaster ride from the highs of that Labour victory in ‘97 to the lows of Brexit.
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The Unexpected Truth About Animals
The Unexpected Truth About Animals Lucy Cooke
In this menagerie of the misunderstood, zoologist Lucy Cooke explores centuries of animals myths, revealing the fascinating and often hilarious truths behind some of the strangest animal theories.
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Inventing Ourselves
Inventing Ourselves Sarah-Jayne Blakemore
Winner of the 2018 Royal Society Science Book Prize. Up to the minute brain science from a world class scientist. Sarah-Jayne Blakemore explains how the adolescent brain transforms as it develops and shapes the adults we become.
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All That Remains
All That Remains Sue Black
'Sue Black’s utterly gripping account of her life & career as a professor of anatomy & forensic anthropology.' (Guardian). A fascinating, critically acclaimed mix of science and meditation on death.
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