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Decline & Fall

Chris Mullin

Britains best-loved MP and bestselling diarist returns with his hilarious account of a New Labour backbencher

Off Message

Bob Marshall-Andrews

Tony Blair's least favourite colleague casts a mordant eye on whips and rebels, wars and liberties, spin and patronage, and expenses and legacies…

Blue Eyed Salaryman

Niall Murtagh

Full of wonderful vignettes and details.

Hellfire And Herring

Christopher Rush

A vivid and moving account of the author's childhood in the 1940s and 1950s in the little fishing village of St Monans…

Sew Your Own

John-Paul Flintoff

What happens when a man, dazzled like most of us by hi-tech, happy to have his suits made by robots in New York, sets out to find the meaning of life?…

A Voyage For Madmen

Peter Nichols

Already a classic among sailors, Nichols tell the true story of the inaugural 1968 Golden Globe sailing race: the first single-handed non-stop circumn…

Held by the Sea

Jane Darke

At the age of 48 documentary filmmaker and painter Jane Darke lost her husband, the playwright Nick Darke, to cancer. After twenty five years together…

The Ballad of Bob Dylan

Daniel Mark Epstein

Dylan's songs sound as if they have been part of the folk music tradition for centuries The Ballad of Bob Dylan examines the influences behind hi…

Memoirs of a Dervish

Robert Irwin

For many children of the sixties a 'journey to the East' was a necessary rite of passage. In an extraordinary memoir Robert Irwin contrasts…

Burying The Bones

Hilary Spurling

A thrilling portrait of the extraordinary childhood of Pearl Buck, the now-forgotten bestselling Nobel Prize winning novelist and author of The Good E…

The Fetish Room

Rudi Rotthier

Part biography, part musings on biology and nature, The Fetish Room is a moving portrait of one of our greatest travel writers and eccentrics, Redmond…

Child Soldier

China Keitetsi

The remarkable memoir of a Ugandan child soldier

Mountains Beyond Mountains

Tracy Kidder

One man's fight to save lives in Haiti and everywhere

In the Place of Justice

Wilbert Rideau

Wilbert Rideau was sentenced to death for killing a woman in 1961 in America's segregated deep south. Imprisoned for forty-four years in the most…

The Winter of Our Disconnect

Susan Maushart

The self help book EVERY family must have, for any parent who has ever texted their child to the dinner table.

The Song of Leonard Cohen

Harry Rasky

A rare insight into the poet, musician and artist Leonard Cohen written by the man who spent a year on tour with him – and containing previously unpub…

Catherine the Great

Simon Dixon

Empress, empire-builder, intellectual, art-collector, lover – this magnificent new biography does full justice to a truly remarkable ruler.

Fast and Louche

Jeremy Scott

P.G. Wodehouse wrote that: 'the three essentials for an autobiography are that its compiler shall have had an eccentric father, a miserable misun…


Ian Davidson

This dazzling biography of Voltaire celebrates his extraordinary life through the thousands of his letters to have survived.

The Match King

Frank Partnoy

'An enthralling cautionary tale of the recurring excesses of global finance … The author displays a vivid touch in describing the Swedish parve…

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