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Between the Crashes: Reflections and insights on UK politics and global economics in the aftermath of the financial crisis

by Mark Field

City of London MP Mark Field had a ringside seat in 2008 as the global financial system was sucked into a spiral of crisis. With one foot in the Westminster Village and the other in his central London constituency,...


Seller Beware: How not to sell your business

by Denise Barnes

Denise Barnes was seven years old when she first realised she had a gift for selling. After a stellar career building her own business from the ground up Denise finally decided the time was ripe to enjoy her...


Heavens on Earth: How to Create Mass Prosperity

by J. P. Floru

The world's economy is in crisis. Public spending has reached dizzying heights, national debts are crippling governments and economic growth is lacklustre or non-existent. It has been suggested that this is...


Elvis Memories: The real Elvis Presley - by those who knew him

by Michael Freedland

The man, the music, the mythology – everyone knows Elvis, right? From the swinging hips and tempestuous love life to the peanut butter and banana sandwiches. But how do the iconic snapshots and the snippets...


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...


Our Own Devices: How Technology Remakes Humanity

by Edward Tenner

This delightful and instructive history of invention shows why National Public Radio dubbed Tenner “the philosopher of everyday technology.” Looking at how our inventions have impacted our world in ways...


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...


Little Cyclone: The Girl who Started the Comet Line

by Airey Neave

Andrée de Jongh was a young artist in Brussels when German troops marched into Belgium in May 1941. Her father dubbed her the ‘Little Cyclone’, because she was so determined to make things happen. Inspired...


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 Odd Couple: The Curious Friendship between Kingsley Amis and Philip Larkin

by Richard Bradford

Kingsley Amis was a mimic, jester, father, husband, atheist, pseudo-socialist and clubland Tory boozer with a limitless taste for adultery; Philip Larkin a glum misanthrope who lived in self-imposed solitude....


Finding My Voice: My Autobiography

by Elkie Brooks

Blessed with one of the richest and most distinctive voices in the music business, Elkie Brooks has been entertaining people around the world since the age of fifteen – and even longer, if you count the weddings...


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...


The The Volatility Edge in Options Trading: New Technical Strategies for Investing in Unstable Markets

by Jeff Augen

 “Jeff’s analysis is unique, at least among academic derivatives textbooks. I would definitely use this material in my derivatives class, as I believe students would benefit from analyzing the many dimensions...


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...


Standing for Something: Life in the Awkward Squad

by Mark Seddon

Mark Seddon is best known in Britain as a leading member of the Awkward Squad, a thorn in the flesh of New Labour as editor of Tribune, house magazine of the Left, for over a decade. In that role and as a member...


Celtic FC - the Ireland Connection

by Brian McGuirk

Celtic Football Club has a huge support in Ireland, many of whom regularly travel to watch their team in Glasgow or follow them on TV. Now CELTIC FC – The Ireland Connection explores the deep-rooted links between...