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Invisible Lines

Maxim Samson

A geographer's exploration of the world's unseen boundaries – the divisions we make, find or feel

The PARA Method

Tiago Forte

All you need to simplify, organise and revolutionise your digital life

Remainders of the Day

Shaun Bythell

Bookseller and bestselling author Shaun Bythell is back, and he has some thoughts about that Kindle you bought over lockdown

We Could Have Been Friends, My Father and I

Raja Shehadeh

A subtle psychological portrait of the author's relationship with his father during the twentieth-century battle for Palestinian human rights

Led By The Nose

Jenny Joseph

The unusual, remarkable memoir of a treasured British poet: Jenny Joseph, author of Warning: When I am an Old Woman I Shall Wear Purple, presents a ye…

How to be a Renaissance Woman

Jill Burke

Beauty, make up, power: plunge into the intimate history of cosmetics

How to Make a Killing

Tom Mueller

A riveting account of medical innovation, an industry shaped by greed, and the life or death fight for the right to healthcare

Am I Normal?

Sarah Chaney

The riveting history of the strange science of the 'Normal', and the origins of an anxiety-ridden modern obsession


G.T Karber

One hundred murder mystery puzzles to solve for armchair detectives and game lovers

The Magick of Matter

Felix Flicker

A theoretical physics manual for modern wizards – an irreverent take on serious physics for popular science fans and sci-fi enthusiasts alike.

Five Arguments All Couples (Need To) Have

Joanna Harrison

Couple therapist Joanna Harrison's indispensable guide to rethinking our relationships

Writing with Style

Lane Greene

A brand new take on how to write with style – from The Economist's language columnist, Lane Greene

Country Matters

Meg Clothier

A delightful guide to the countryside: full of fascinating facts, local lore and useful advice

The Invention of Essex

Tim Burrows

The secret history of England's most notorious county

Is Maths Real?

Eugenia Cheng

One of the world's most creative mathematicians offers new ways to look at maths – focusing on questions, not answers


Peter Hart

The latest volume in Peter Hart's 'British Band of Brothers' series, combining gripping history with vivid eyewitness testimony

On Learning Golf

Percy Boomer

A book to learn about golf technique and golf psychology, told in a light-hearted manner.

Love in a Time of Hate

Florian Illies

The love lives of famous Europeans, as war approaches – from the bestselling author of 1913

No Bullsh*t Change

Chris Hirst

The no-nonsense guide to change: how to lead it and how to lead through it when the world is still spinning. By the award-winning author of No Bullsh*…

The Good Drinker

Adrian Chiles

Discover the unsung pleasures of drinking in moderation, with one of Britain's most engaging broadcaster and columnists

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