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My Life As A Spy

by Leslie Woodhead

An award-winning and highly distinguished documentary film-maker, Leslie Woodhead has written a funny, sad and highly atmospheric memoir of what it was like to be hurled into maturity amidst the peculiar circumstances...


If By Chance

by Major General John Strawson

Could Napoleon have won the battle of Waterloo? And what would have happened if he had? Or suppose Nelson had not destroyed the French fleet at Aboukir, would Napoleon have conquered India and become Emperor...


Queen of the Rising Sun

by Nanny Pat

Life for East End families like Pat's was always a struggle. She worked for years in Tate & Lyle's sugar factory while her husband Charlie took on two jobs so their growing family could survive. Until one day...


Words and Deedes

by W. F. Deedes

For seventy-five years, W. F. Deedes has reported on the most important events, affairs and issues that have affected Britain, Europe and the World. Words and Deedes brings together a life's work, selecting...


The Shackled Continent

by Robert Guest

Africa is the only continent to have grown poorer over the past three decades. Why? Robert Guest's fascinating book seeks to diagnose the sickness that continues to hobble Africa's development. Using reportage,...


Seeds of Wealth

by Henry Hobhouse

Henry Hobhouse was the first to recognise plants as a causal factor in history in his Seeds of Wealth. In this new book, he examines four plants: rubber, timber, tobacco and the wine grape, each of which enormously...


Marked

Callum Doyle #3

by David Jackson

In New York's East Village a young girl is brutally raped, tortured and murdered. Detective Callum Doyle has seen the victim's remains. He has visited the distraught family. Now he wants justice.

Doyle is convinced...


Tuesday's War

by David Fiddimore

This wasn’t to be the last time that we left pieces of aeroplane all over Germany, but you remember your first time. It’s just like your first kiss.

It is 1944 and as their battered Lancaster Bomber limps...


Surviving Extremes

by Nick Middleton

The intrepid Oxford don, explorer and author of Going to Extremes is back, and he’s set himself a challenge to cope with the worst that nature can throw at him in Surviving Extremes. Travelling to four of...


Up in Lights

by Marjorie Graham

The touching true story of a young 1920s ‘flapper’, who dreamed of becoming a chorus girl

‘Early that January, there was snow on the ground, and Victoria Carmen took a violent chill. I played Principal...


Mozart's Women

by Jane Glover

Mozart was fascinated, amused, aroused, hurt, and betrayed by women. He loved and respected them, composed for them, performed with them. This unique biography looks at his interaction with each, starting with...


A History of 20th Century Britain: History of Modern Britain & Making of Modern Britain

by Andrew Marr

Between the death of Queen Victoria and the turn of the Millennium, Britain has been utterly transformed by an extraordinary century of war and peace. A History of 20th Century Britain collects together for...


The Hourglass

by Julie Parsons

Beyond high iron gates fastened shut with a length of chain, lies the stark, beautiful Trawbawn. Here, haunted by a dark, mysterious past and largely ignored by the people of nearby Skibbereen, lives the frail...


In The Shadow of Lady Jane

by Edward Charles

It is April 1551. While the family of Lord Henry Grey are visiting their Devon estate, the Grey sisters are saved from drowning by a local medical apprentice, Richard Stocker. Little does Richard know that this...


A History of Modern Britain

by Andrew Marr

A History of Modern Britain confronts head-on the victory of shopping over politics. It tells the story of how the great political visions of New Jerusalem or a second Elizabethan Age, rival idealisms, came...


Lights of Liverpool

by Ruth Hamilton

The O'Neils, who have lost brothers and sons into the bowels of London's East End, keep watch over their one remaining young male, a boy named Seamus. Hardworking and good-hearted, they cling together and help...


Blue-Eyed Son

by Nicky Campbell

Blue-Eyed Son is a personal history, but its themes – family, self-identity and filial love – are universal’ Daily Mail

Raised in a comfortable middle-class home, Nicky Campbell’s Scottish Protestant...


Quentin and Philip

by Andrew Barrow

This remarkable double biography celebrates the interlocking lives of two of the greatest eccentrics of the 20th century: the brilliant and bizarre Quentin Crisp and the outlandish Philip O'Connor, whose careers...


Housewife On Top

by Alison Penton Harper

‘I’ve left you a list on my desk,’ Rick said . . . The house fell silent and I wandered into the study to collect my instructions. There was only one scrawled piece of paper on the desk so there was no...


Overkill

by James Barrington

A group of disgruntled Russian supremos decide the time has come to deploy their secret nuclear arsenal, and so team up with al-Qaeda in order to neutralise America and take political and economic control of...