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Beloved Strangers

by Maria Chaudhuri

On and on we dream, we wish, we love — no matter that the dreams come to an end, the wishes evolve or that love dissipates like dust in the wind. Perhaps, what matters only is that we have lived long enough...


As Green as Grass

by Emma Smith

Uprooted from her beloved Great Western Beach, Emma Smith moves with her family from Newquay to the Devonshire village of Crapstone. But the dust has hardly settled when tragedy strikes, and Emma’s father,...


Island Summers

by Tilly Culme-Seymour

‘My grandmother bought the island. The year was 1947 and she was thirty-three, a couple of years older than I am now. She was the visionary sort of person who can make something magical out of very little.’...


Packing UP

by Brigid Keenan

Brigid Keenan was a successful young London fashion journalist when she fell in love with a diplomat and left behind the gilt chairs of the Paris salons for a large chicken shed in Nepal. Her bestselling account...


King's Cross Kid

by Victor Gregg & Rick Stroud

Ninety-three-year-old Victor Gregg has had a rich and fascinating life. King's Cross Kid follows his London childhood from the age of five, when life was so hard that the Salvation Army arranged for young Vic...


A Curious Career

by Lynn Barber

Lynn Barber, by her own admission, has always suffered from a compelling sense of nosiness. An exceptionally inquisitive child she constantly questioned everyone she knew about imitate details of their lives....


MOB Rule

by Hannah Evans

You know you've joined the MOB when you hear...

'My, are they all yours?'

'Bless you!' (Occasionally)

'Poor you!' (Frequently)

'Lucky you!' (Once)

And of course, the ultimate: 'So ... are you going for a girl?'...


Inside a Pearl

by Edmund White

Edmund White was forty-three years old when he moved to Paris in 1983. He spoke no French and knew just two people in the entire city, but soon discovered the anxieties and pleasures of mastering a new culture....


Still Life

by Elisabeth Luard

When her children flew the nest, Elisabeth Luard decided it was time to discover new worlds, beyond the family. As a prize-winning food writer, she chose to explore through her cookery. Guided by a trail of...


Family Life

by Elisabeth Luard

Not everyone keeps an eagle owl in the spare bedroom cupboard, plays chess for the French Foreign Legion, or goes to school on an obstinate donkey. But this was all just a day in the life of the four Luard children....


Pondlife

by Al Alvarez

The ponds of Hampstead Heath are small oases; fragments of wild nature nestled in the heart of north-west London. For the best part of his life Al Alvarez – poet, critic, novelist, rock-climber and poker player...


My Life as a Wife

by Elisabeth Luard

Born in London during the Blitz, Elisabeth Luard – step-daughter of a British diplomat and reluctant debutante in her teens - was working as an office typist at Private Eye when she fell for the ‘King of Satire’...


Family Circle: The Boudins and the Aristocracy of the Left

by Susan Braudy

When Kathy Boudin was arrested in 1981 after a botched armed robbery and shootout that left a Brinks guard and two policemen dead, she ended a decade living underground as part of the radical Weathermen underground;...


Addicted to Adventure

by Bob Shepton

Bob Shepton is an ordained minister in the Church of England in his 70s, but spends most of his time sailing into the Arctic and making first ascents of inaccessible mountains. No tea parties for this vicar....


Reckless

by Alasdair Fotheringham

Luis Ocaña seemed doomed to live in the shadow of cycling's greatest ever rider, Eddy Merckx †“ 'The Cannibal'. Their rivalry defined Ocaña's entire career, yet he was the one rider capable of beating the...


Paper Love: Searching for the Girl My Grandfather Left Behind

by Sarah Wildman

One woman’s journey to find the lost love her grandfather left behind when he fled pre-World War II Europe, and an exploration into family identity, myth, and memory.

Years after her grandfather’s death,...


Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

by Søren Frank & Søren Frank

A unique thematic history of Manchester United from the club's creation as humble Newton Heath in 1878 to its status as the world's greatest football brand, this book gets to the essence of the heart and soul...


On His Own Terms: A Life of Nelson Rockefeller

by Richard Norton Smith

NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY THE BOSTON GLOBE AND KIRKUS REVIEWS

From acclaimed historian Richard Norton Smith comes the definitive life of an American icon: Nelson Rockefeller—one of the most...


Mozart's Letters, Mozart's Life

by Robert Spaethling

"A wonderful collection that gives Mozart a voice as a son, husband, brother and friend." —New York Times Book Review "Mozart's honesty, his awareness of his own genius and his contempt for authority all shine...


Shadows in an African Twilight: Game Ranger - Soldier - Hunter

by Kevin Thomas

An exciting autobiography about the life of a game ranger, Special Force soldier and professional hunter in Southern Africa. The book also ends with a discerning look into the work of contract Security Escort...