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Nella Last in the 1950s: Further Diaries of Housewife, 49

by Robert Malcolmson & Patricia Malcolmson

'I can never understand how the scribbles of such an ordinary person ... can possibly have value.' So wrote Nella Last in her diary on 2 September 1949. Sixty years on, tens of thousands of people have read...


Ghost Stories: The best of the Daily Telegraph's ghost story competition

by Lorna Bradbury

In 2010 thousands of people submitted ghost stories to The Daily Telegraph's first ghost story competition. Standards were chillingly high and only the spookiest went through to the shortlist of six. Presented...


The Art of Seduction

by Robert Greene

Which sort of seducer could you be: Siren? Rake? Cold Coquette? Star? Comedian? Charismatic? or Saint? This book will show you which. 'Charm, persuasion, the ability to creat illusions: these are some of the...


The Checklist Manifesto: How to get things right

by Atul Gawande

Today we find ourselves in possession of stupendous know-how, which we willingly place in the hands of the most highly skilled people. But avoidable failures are common, and the reason is simple: the volume...


Templars: History and Myth: From Solomon's Temple to the Freemasons

by Michael Haag

An order of warrior monks founded to protect pilgrims to Jerusalem, the Templars were among the wealthiest and most powerful bodies in the medieval world. Yet two centuries later, they were arrested, accused...


A View From The Foothills: The Diaries of Chris Mullin

by Chris Mullin

'It is said that failed politicians make the best diarists. In which case I am in with a chance.' Chris Mullin Chris Mullin has been a Labour MP for twenty years, and despite his refusal to toe the party line...


Perfumes: The A-Z Guide

by Luca Turin & Tania Sanchez

I've long wished perfumery to be taken seriously as an art, and for scent critics to be as fierce as opera critics, and for the wearers of certain ""fragrances"" to be hissed in public, while others are cheered....


Yes!: 50 Secrets from the Science of Persuasion

by Noah Goldstein & Professor Robert B. Cialdini

Most of us are only too aware that, whatever roles we have in today's fast-moving world, much of our success lies in getting others to say 'Yes' to our requests. What many people might not be aware of, though,...


The Small Hand

by Susan Hill

Late one summer evening, antiquarian bookseller Adam Snow is returning from a client visit when he takes a wrong turn. He stumbles across a derelict Edwardian house, and compelled by curiosity, approaches the...


Don't Sleep, There Are Snakes: Life and Language in the Amazonian Jungle

by Daniel Everett

Although Daniel Everett was a missionary, far from converting the Pirahas, they converted him. He shows the slow, meticulous steps by which he gradually mastered their language and his gradual realisation that...


Does Anything Eat Wasps?: And 101 Other Questions

by New Scientist

How long can I live on beer alone? Why do people have eyebrows? Has nature invented any wheels? Plus 99 other questions answered. Every year, readers send in thousands of questions to New Scientist, the world's...


The Green Guide for Business: The Ultimate Environment Handbook for Businesses of All Sizes

by Chris Goodall

Everyone wants to go green these days, but for businesses that's easier said than done. How do you measure a company's carbon footprint? Are dryers or hand towels more eco-friendly? Recycled paper or FSC-certified?...


A Lucky Child: A Memoir of Surviving Auschwitz as a Young Boy

by Thomas Buergenthal

At the age of ten Thomas Buergenthal arrived at Auschwitz after surviving the Ghetto of Kielce and two labour camps, and was soon separated from his parents. Using his wits and some remarkable strokes of luck,...


Vermeer's Hat: The Seventeenth Century and the Dawn of the Global World

by Timothy Brook

In one painting, a Dutch military officer leans toward a laughing girl. In another, a woman at a window weighs pieces of silver. In a third, fruit spills from a porcelain bowl onto a Turkish carpet. The officer's...


The Sixties

by Jenny Diski

Many books have been written on the Sixties: tributes to music and fashion, sex, drugs and revolution. In The Sixties, Jenny Diski breaks the mould, wryly dismantling the big ideas that dominated the era - liberation,...


Diaghilev: A Life

by Sjeng Scheijen

Diaghilev (1872-1929) is a character on the scale of myth. Growing up in a minor noble family in remote Perm, as a very young man he became an influential art historian and publisher in St Petersburg. Moving...


Empires of the Imagination: Politics, War, and the Arts in the British World, 1750-1850

by Holger Hoock

Between the mid-18th and mid-19th centuries, Britain evolved from a substantial international power yet relative artistic backwater into a global superpower and a leading cultural force in Europe. In this original...


Selected: Why Some People Lead, Why Others Follow, and Why It Matters

by Anjana Ahuja & Mark Van Vugt

We are all leaders or followers - or both. We can recognise leadership in almost every area of life: in the workplace, among friends, within families, in politics and religion. But what makes a good or bad leader,...


Catching Fire: How Cooking Made Us Human

by Richard Wrangham

In this stunningly original book, Richard Wrangham argues that it was cooking that caused the extraordinary transformation of our ancestors from apelike beings to Homo erectus. At the heart of Catching Fire...


Breakfast with Socrates: The Philosophy of Everyday Life

by Robert Rowland Smith

What does it mean to be awake? What exactly is therapeutic about retail therapy? And what are you really working on when you're at your desk, in the gym, or having dinner? From getting ready in the morning,...