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Anquetil, Alone

Paul Fournel

The legend of Jacques Anquetil, controversial French cycling star of the 60s, told through the eyes of novelist and childhood Anquetil fan Paul Fourne…

India: Superfast, Primetime, Ultimate Nation

Adam Roberts

A compelling portrait of modern India – and where it should go next.

Adventures of a Ballad Hunter

John Lomax

The autobiography of John A. Lomax, the folklorist who travelled around the United States collecting folk music and made recordings of legendary music…

My First Guitar

Julia Crowe

The world's greatest guitarists reveal the stories behind the first six-string that fed their lifelong passion.

Where the Line is Drawn

Raja Shehadeh

'Brilliantly evokes the Palestinian tragedy by way of a complex friendship. This is a fiercely intelligent and honest account.' – Ian McEwan

Sound

Bella Bathurst

An astonishing personal journey from hearing to deafness and back again helps Bella Bathurst explore what sound, listening and silence mean to us

Freud

Frederick Crews

A searing examination of Freud's life and legacy, from a major academic

Hinterland

Chris Mullin

A wry and revealing political memoir from the man behind the celebrated diaries: A View from the Foothills, A Walk-On Part and Decline & Fall

American Heiress

Jeffrey Toobin

A thrilling account of a crime that defined a decade from the bestselling author of The Run of His Life (the book behind The People v. O.J. Simpson)

Our Revolution

Bernie Sanders

An inside account of Sanders' extraordinary campaign – and a blueprint for future political action.

The Durrells of Corfu

Michael Haag

The recent TV award winning adaption The Durrells left its 7 million fans with questions: What happened to the family – and what took them to Corfu in…

Superfast, Primetime, Ultimate Nation

Adam Roberts

A compelling portrait of modern India – and where it should go next.

Notes on Blindness

John Hull

A unique and moving account of one man's struggle to come to terms with losing his sight – film adaptation received 3 BAFTA nominations including…

Treasure Palaces

Maggie Fergusson

From Julian Barnes to Ali Smith, great writers give us personal tours of the museums they treasure

Asylum

Moriz Scheyer

A miraculous memoir of escape, survival and art in wartime Europe

A Lucky Child

Thomas Buergenthal

Now with a new postscript by Thomas Buergenthal telling the moving story of his mother's search for him after the war

Bowie on Bowie

Sean Egan

A collection of interviews given by David Bowie over fifty years.

Billions to Bust and Back

Thor Bjorgolfsson

Part confessional, part masterclass – an exuberant manifesto for entrepreneurship by Iceland's first billionaire Thor Bjorgolfsson, written with…

My Grandfather's Gallery

Anne Sinclair

Anne Sinclair weaves a captivating story of great art, loss, oppression and triumph from her grandfather's life.

Nijinsky

Lucy Moore

The first major biography for forty years tells the tragic story of ballet's great revolutionary, Nijinsky – now in paperback.

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