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The Testaments
The Testaments Margaret Atwood
In this electrifying sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale, Margaret Atwood answers the question that has tantalised readers for decades: What happened to Offred?
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Invisible Women
Invisible Women Caroline Criado Perez
The smash-hit bestseller which exposes the invisible bias in our everyday lives - 'HELL YES. This is one of those books that has the potential to change things' (Caitlin Moran)
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At My Table
At My Table Nigella Lawson
Over a hundred relaxed, achievable and delicious recipes; enjoy the food that Nigella shares day-to-day at her table.
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The Female Persuasion
The Female Persuasion Meg Wolitzer
From the bestselling author of The Wife and The Interestings comes a warm and immersive novel about ambition, power, women, friendship and finding your place in the world
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The Wish Child
The Wish Child Catherine Chidgey
A dark and terrifying portrayal of the way two ordinary German children – Siggi and Erich – are drawn into the Nazi dream of a perfect nation
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The Trigger
The Trigger Tim Butcher
A trek through the Balkans, an exploration of the life of an assassin (the teenager who killed Archduke Franz Ferdinand and so triggered the First World War), and a journey into the history of this complex and fascinating part of the world...
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Nothing But Grass
Nothing But Grass Will Cohu
Secrets are dangerous. They can come back to bite.
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A Herring Famine
A Herring Famine Adam O'Riordan
The much-anticipated second collection from the award-winning poet, Adam O’Riordan
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Learning to Make an Oud in Nazareth
Learning to Make an Oud in Nazareth Ruth Padel
Ruth Padel’s powerful new collection on the Middle East
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I Am China
I Am China Xiaolu Guo
Two lovers, separated by oceans and an oppressive political regime, desperate to find their way back to each other.
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Almost the Equinox
Almost the Equinox Sarah Maguire
A welcome selection from one of the most original and accomplished poets of her generation, described as ‘the heiress of Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman‘
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Nigellissima
Nigellissima Nigella Lawson
Luscious Italian recipes bursting with colour and flavour. Bring the spirit of Italy into your kitchen.
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The Dice Cup
The Dice Cup John Fuller
A new collection of prose poems, from one Chatto's finest poets
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The Catholics
The Catholics Roy Hattersley
The story of Catholicism in Britain from the Reformation to the present day, from a master of popular history – 'A first-class storyteller' The Times
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Black Country
Black Country Liz Berry
The incandescent debut from Liz Berry. Winner of the Forward Prize Best First Collection 2014, and a Poetry Book Society Recommendation.
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Fallout
Fallout Sadie Jones
Four young people in 1970s’ London fuelled by love, betrayal and creative ambition
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Blackass
Blackass A. Igoni Barrett
'A devastating social parable brimming with humanity and heart...' -- Marlon James, winner of the Booker Prize 2015 A brilliant Kafka-esque satire – with a sting in the tail – from ‘one of the finest writers around’ (Guardian)
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The Tunnel Through Time
The Tunnel Through Time Gillian Tindall
The doyenne of London history travels over and under our great capital to reveal the layers of human existence underlying the Crossrail route as the new line through the heart of London takes shape
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Skyfaring
Skyfaring Mark Vanhoenacker
An airline pilot captures the wonder of flight for the modern traveller. 'In Skyfaring Mark Vanhoenacker reveals his passion for flight...the meaningful geography of the skies and the scent of the cities he flies to... This mesmerising book will make you view the world differently' Sunday Times
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A Bold and Dangerous Family
A Bold and Dangerous Family Caroline Moorehead
Following two bestselling books on the French Resistance, including the Samuel Johnson-shortlisted Village of Secrets, Caroline Moorehead turns her attention to the anti-fascist movement in Italy.
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Queer City
Queer City Peter Ackroyd
Peter Ackroyd looks at London in a whole new way – through the history and experiences of its gay population.
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Loop of Jade
Loop of Jade Sarah Howe
Introducing an unmistakable new voice in British poetry, the first collection by Sarah Howe.
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Shingle Street
Shingle Street Blake Morrison
A new collection of poems from bestselling poet, novelist and memoirist, Blake Morrison
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Flaneuse
Flaneuse Lauren Elkin
Part memoir, part biography, part cultural meander, an irresistibly intelligent literary walk through the lives of wandering women: about how, by putting one foot in front of the other, we can sometimes stumble upon different routes in our lives
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