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Uncommon Arrangements: Seven Portraits of Married Life in London Literary Circles 1910-1939

by Katie Roiphe

Katie Roiphe’s stimulating work has made her one of the most talked about cultural critics of her generation. Now this bracing young writer delves deeply into one of the most layered of subjects: marriage....


Masque Of Passion

by Tesni Morgan

Lisa Sherwin is a young and spirited fine-arts graduate. She has her own flat, a small but expanding antiques business and a healthy interest in sex. She is due to marry her wealthy, rugby-playing fiancé, Paul,...


British As A Second Language

by David Bennun

David Bennun had lived in Africa his whole life. At the age of 18 he came to Britain, the mother country. The country he had read about in Punch magazine or seen in films like Chariots of Fire. He was in for...


The New Machiavelli

by Jonathan Powell

The New Machiavelli is a gripping account of life inside 'the bunker' of Number 10. In his twenty-first century reworking of Niccolo Machiavelli's influential masterpiece, The Prince, Jonathan Powell - Tony...


The Lore of the Playground

by Steve Roud

From conkers to marbles, from British Bulldog to tag, not forgetting 'one potato, two potato' and 'eeny, meeny, miny, mo', The Lore of the Playground looks at the games children have enjoyed, the rhymes they...


Football - Bloody Hell!

by Patrick Barclay

SHORTLISTED FOR THE BRITISH SPORTS BOOK AWARDS 2011

Sir Alex Ferguson is the most controversial and compelling figure in football. For many he ranks as the greatest manager of all time. He is certainly the most...


Once Upon a Time in the West

by Lorna Siggins

'All I want is to stay where I am . . . My heart and soul are in this place.'

(Willie Corduff, one of The Rossport Five)

In a remote, beautiful part of the west of Ireland, a David and Goliath struggle rages between...


Bright Star

by John Keats & Jane Campion

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY DIRECTOR JANE CAMPION

John Keats died in penury and relative obscurity in 1821, aged only 25. He is now seen as one of the greatest English poets and a genius of the Romantic age. This...


Blood Counts

by Martin O'Brien

When you're a cop in Marseilles, threats of violence and revenge go with the territory. Usually they come to nothing, but when friends and colleagues start turning up dead it soon becomes clear that someone...


I Never Knew That About the River Thames

by Christopher Winn

Bestselling author Christopher Winn takes us on a captivating journey out of London along the banks of the River Thames to discover the secrets and stories of England's most famous waterway. Discover the Thames's...


I am a Chechen!

by German Sadulaev & Anna Gunin

I Am a Chechen! offers a lyrical fusion of exotic legends, stories and memories of Chechnya: a land of wondrous beauty, site of genocides past and present, and the author's ancestral home.

Haunted by memories...


Rebel Island

by Rick Riordan

Triple-crown winner of mystery’s most coveted awards—the Edgar, the Anthony, and the Shamus—Rick Riordan and his Texas-style take on the crime novel have never been bigger or darker than in this latest...


Does This Make Me Look Fat?: The Definitive Rules for Dressing Thin for Every Height, Size, and Shape

by Leah Feldon

"There are really only two kinds of clothes in the world—those that make you look fat and those that don't. All the rest is just details," writes style maven Leah Feldon. "If you really want the answer to...


Doctor Who: The Doctor Trap

Doctor Who: New Series Adventures #26

by Simon Messingham

Sebastiene was perhaps once human. He might look like a nineteenth-century nobleman, but in truth he is a ruthless hunter. He likes nothing more than luring difficult opposition to a planet, then hunting them...


Monty's Manor

by Iain Carter

'I am the Ryder Cup, I suppose' Colin Montgomerie

For twenty years Colin Montgomerie has been Europe's go-to guy in the Ryder Cup. He has been the catalyst, the leader, the closer. The man they call on to take...


The Secret Garden

by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Mary Lennox is an orphan who is sent to live with her uncle at gloomy Misselthwaite Manor. Neglected and lonely, she begins to explore her new home and learns of a secret garden that her uncle has forbidden...


The Road Taken

by Michael Buerk

'Dawn, and as the sun breaks through the piercing chill of night on the plain outside Korem it lights up a biblical famine, now, in the Twentieth Century.'

Those words opened Michael Buerk's first report on the...


The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner

by James Hogg

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY LUCY HUGHES-HALLETT

Robert is a difficult and disturbed young man. He comes from a troubled family background and turns to his Calvinist faith for solace but finds it hard to get along...


The Victorians

by Jeremy Paxman

Jeremy Paxman's unique portrait of the Victorian age takes readers on an exciting journey through the birth of modern Britain. Using the paintings of the era as a starting point, he tells us stories of urban...


The Big Oyster: History on the Half Shell

by Mark Kurlansky

Before New York City was the Big Apple, it could have been called the Big Oyster. Now award-winning author Mark Kurlansky tells the remarkable story of New York by following the trajectory of one of its most...