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A scathing and absorbing new novel about our monstrous obsession with fame
Sometimes a man can be redeemed. But not in the way he expects.
An insight into the brain’s amazing capacity to learn languages and those outstanding individuals who can speak several tongues
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OVER 1,750,000 COPIES SOLD WORLDWIDENOW A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE
Robert Forbes & Ronald Searle
The new collection from the popular collaboration
Edited by Andreas Winkler & Sebastiaan Berger
The story of modern Cuba through its visual art
An ambitious and already much-Ā]acclaimed new book that seeks to change the way we think about climate change
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A Math-Free Exploration of the Science that Made Our World
How our rights and freedoms are aided and threatened by the internet
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Introduction by Lord Blake
The great sayings of the greatest Briton
John M. Barry
An exploration of Roger Williams, and the impact of his ideas upon society
How the most mysterious force in the Universe shapes our lives
The remarkable rise and fall of the KGB's most daring operative
Revelations from nine truly disastrous film productions
How two great men became enemies over the unknown
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"In the beginning there was blame. Adam blamed Eve, Eve blamed the serpent, and we’ve been hard at it ever since"
Translated by Arch Tait
Inspired by a true story and winner of the Russian National Literary Prize - the story of how a Jew survived the Holocaust by working with the Gestapo
A gripping whodunit set in the financial world
How British aristocrats laid claim to the American West
An exuberant novel told through the eyes of the great satirist
The classic interpretation of the Welsh myths, available once again
A unique collection of the key stories and texts that gives a new understanding of the Samurai
Looking for truth in the dark world of global politics
Marilyn Rhie & Robert Thurman
With a foreward by H. H. Dalai Lama.
Finally, a new edition of the classic, bestselling biography
50th anniversary edition
A memoir from a female boxer as the sport makes its Olympic debut at the London 2012 games
A critically acclaimed account of the dog and its parallel history with man.
Updated to cover developments in Libya and across the region.
Design theory, insight and inspiration from one of the master designers of our time
A new thriller from a master of modern spy fiction
A collection of award-winning photographs that document an exciting chapter in New York City's history
Turns the detective story upside down and inside out. Chinatown meets Who Framed Roger Rabbit
The richly woven, page-turning story of family ties, impossible love, and being a foreigner in a dangerous land.
The notorious love affairs of the twentieth century’s greatest female writers.
From the King’s heyday to his twilight years captured in glorious colour.
Edited by Michele Slung
A collection of the best short stories about gardening
A feast for the problem-solving mind.
Hugh and Nicole Pope
A history of modern Turkey.
Why others decide how successful your life is Ė and what you can do about it.
The glamour and danger of a foreign correspondent’s life is given voice in this engrossing novel by a renowned reporter.
A brilliant synopsis of the Jewish faith by the bestselling author of Kosher Sex.
Edited by Amann, Jurg
Introduction by Buruma, Ian
The unsparing true account by Auschwitz commandant Rudolf Hoess, in his own words
A provocative and persuasive new interpretation of Columbus's world-changing exploits.
A gripping historical novel inspired by the life and legend of Captain Scott.
A terrific, gritty and intelligent account of the British in Afghanistan.
An exploration of the achievement of America's pr-eminent graphic artist.
An insight into the work of one of the world's most celebrated graphic designers.
A new collection of short stories from the author of World War Z
A short illustrated life of Elizabeth II by her leading biographer for her Diamond Jubilee.
The classic and definitive editions from The Nonesuch Press, available again with exquisite packaging.
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The Pickwick Papers has delighted readers since its first publication.
The Old Curiosity Shop tells the tragic story of Little Nell.
Dicken’s final novel, Our Mutual Friend, is acclaimed as his most sophisticated work.
The real science of time travel
A true contemporary classic rediscovered and repackaged.
Travels through the Hidden World of Sharks
How a few eccentric outsiders gave us nightmares, conquered Hollywood and invented modern horror.
The first book on the meteoric rise of the anonymous web community that manipulates today’s news.