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The New Face of HMRC

Daniel Dover

The essential guide to surviving a tax investigation

The Economist Guide To Financial Markets 7th Edition

Marc Levinson

The indispensable classic on the trade in financial instruments

Human Relations and Other Difficulties

Mary-Kay Wilmers

A selection of works by LRB editor and journalist Mary-Kay Wilmers.

Populism and Economics

Charles Dumas

Essential reading from a leading macroeconomic forecaster


Deborah Cameron

A short, authoritative and lively introduction to feminism

A Heavy Reckoning

Emily Mayhew

No-holds-barred, powerful medical non-fiction from the bleeding edge of medicine and war: out now in paperback

The Wisdom of Finance

Mihir Desai

Putting the humanity back into finance by looking at the profession's core principles through the prism of art, literature and film.

India: Superfast, Primetime, Ultimate Nation

Adam Roberts

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

Mafia Life

Federico Varese

A compelling account of life inside the mafia, from a leading academic: out now in paperback

History Repeating

Sam Wilkin

The laws of political turmoil laid bare in five astonishing stories


Daniel Franklin

Taking the long view of the big technology trends that will shape our lives and the future of the planet in the decades ahead

Trust Me I'm Lying

Ryan Holiday

The book that predicted fake news, revised and updated for these terrifying times

Game Query

Philip Coggan

The non-trivial trivia quiz book that asks how well you really know your world

Conservatism: Ideas in Profile

Roger Scruton

The ideas and principles of conservatism explored and explained by the world's leading thinker on the subject


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

Our Revolution

Bernie Sanders

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

From Global To Local

Finbarr Livesey

Globalisation was once the vision of the future; not any more. How we make things is changing, and with it the world order

The Fate of the West

Bill Emmott

Is it the end of the world as we know it? A former editor of the Economist explains how Western democracies must change in order to recover and thrive…


Zoe Fraade-Blanar

An in-depth look at the explosion of fandom, and how fans are transforming the future of business

Superfast, Primetime, Ultimate Nation

Adam Roberts

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

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