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Blackout Girl: Growing Up and Drying Out in America

by Jennifer Storm

Jennifer Storm's Blackout Girl is a can't-tear-yourself-away look at teenage addiction and redemption. At age six, Jennifer Storm was stealing sips of her mother's cocktails. By age 13, she was binge drinking...


A Womans Guide to Recovery: Written by Brenda Iliff, Director of the Hazelden Women's Recovery Center

by Brenda Iliff

Whether you are just embarking down the road of recovery or are well into the journey, consider Brenda Iliff's A Woman's Guide to Recovery your companion and guide. Brenda Iliff is a leading Hazelden clinician....


Dirty Wars: The World Is a Battlefield

by Jeremy Scahill

From the International Bestselling author of Blackwater comes the story of America’s global killing machine.


And Hell Followed With Her: Crossing the Dark Side of the American Border

by David Neiwert

A work of literary true crime that captures the terrifying world of the right wing border patrol movement.


British Aircraft Corporation: A History

by Stephen Skinner

The British Aircraft Corporation was formed from The Bristol Aeroplane Company, English Electric, Vickers-Armstrong and Hunting in 1960. In its short, seventeen-year, life, the British Aircraft Corporation built...


Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii

by Nathaniel B. Emerson

Hawaiian tradition, through song-chants and the dance of hula, intimately relates the legendary sisters Pele and Hiiaka to Hawaii's volcanic landscape and other phenomena of nature. This book's mythological...


Neighborly Adversaries: Readings in U.S.-Latin American Relations

by Frank O. Mora, Michael LaRosa & Luisa Angrisani

Providing a balanced and interdisciplinary interpretation, this comprehensive reader traces the troubled U.S.–Latin American relationship from the beginning of the nineteenth century to the post 9/11 period....


Last Trains: Dr Beeching and the death of rural England

by Charles Loft

During the course of the 1950s England lost confidence in its rulers and convinced itself it must modernise. The bankrupt, steam-powered railway, run by a Colonel Blimp, symbolised everything that was wrong...


The Real Iron Lady: Working with Margaret Thatcher

by Gillian Shephard

There are many myths about Margaret Thatcher’s extraordinary personality and political career. But what was it really like to work with her? In The Real Iron Lady: Working with Margaret Thatcher, Gillian Shephard...


Burning Our Money: How Government wastes our cash and what we can do about it

by Mike Denham

Britain is in the midst of a fierce battle over government spending. With debts mounting rapidly, the £700 billion annual bill is no longer sustainable. But cuts face a wall of opposition, with dire warnings...


The Man Who Was George Smiley: The Life of John Bingham

by Michael Jago

Investigator, interrogator, intellectual hero: the perfect inspiration for the perfect spy. This first full-length biography traces the life of the remarkable and engaging John Bingham, the man behind John le...


Giants: The Dwarfs of Auschwitz

by Eilat Negev & Yehuda Koren

During the 1930s and 40s the Lilliput Troupe, a beloved and successful family of singers and actors, dazzled with their vaudeville programme and unique performances. The only all-dwarf show of the time, their...


Au Revoir, Europe: What if Britain left the EU?

by David Charter

Forty years ago, Britain joined the club of European nations. The idea was to guarantee peace and prosperity on the continent through ‘ever closer union’ following centuries of terrible wars. But after four...


The Biteback Dictionary of Humorous Political Quotations

by Fred Metcalf

“Politics is no laughing matter – unless you’ve got Fred Metcalf’s Dictionary of Humorous Political Quotations. From the wit that made Boris a contender to the best of George W. Bush, this book will have...


The Palin Effect: Money, Sex and Class in the New American Politics

by Shana Pearlman

A US presidential election is, quite simply, the greatest show on Earth. In the battle to occupy the most important seat in the world, in which power can be bought and sold, forces on either side hoodwink the...


Gridlock Nation

by Kwasi Kwarteng & Jonathan Dupont

Why do we spend so much time stuck in traffic?  After Peak Oil, do we face the prospect of Peak Travel? Does climate change mean no more foreign holidays? In Victorian times, Britain used to have the finest...


Ireland's Other History

by Hector McDonnell

From the uncertain first dawn of human presence on the island, to the defeat of the old Gaelic order at Kinsale in 1602, Hector McDonnell chronicles the lost origins of Ireland’s ‘otherness’. This scholarly...


The Best of Resurgence: A Selection from the First Twenty-Five Years

by John Button

A consistent advocate of Green thinking long before it became fashionable, Resurgence has been an influential forum for the discussion of the root causes of our current industrial and materialistic crisis. The...


Annals of the Famine in Ireland

by Aesnath Nicholson & Maureen Murphy

In January, 1847, during the height of the Famine in Ireland, Asenath Hatch Nicholson began her one-woman relief operation in Dublin, organizing a soup-kitchen, visiting homes of the poor and distributing bread...


Spin Masters: How the Media Ignored the Real News and Helped Reelect Barack Obama

by David Freddoso

The biggest story of the election was how the media ignored the biggest story of the election.

Amid all the breathless coverage of a non-existent War on Women, there was little or no coverage of Obama’s war...