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Still Life

An inspiring and brilliantly observed memoir in the manner of Paul Kalanithi's When Breath Becomes Air and Mitch Albom's Tuesdays with Morrie. Father, husband, athlete, medical doctor, Jeff Sutherland had built a perfect life for himself and his family. Then...

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The Warsaw Uprising

An engrossing history of the largest resistance movement in the Second World War. Ideal for readers of Anthony Beevor, Max Hastings and Alex Kershaw. By the summer of 1944 Poland had been occupied by Nazi forces for nearly five years, but on August 1 the people of...

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Founding Fathers

A fascinating history of the Puritans from their emergence to their decline. Republished to commemorate the four hundredth anniversary of the Mayflower’s pioneering voyage, this book is perfect for all who would like to learn more about these men and women,...

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Globe

Britain's greatest dramatist. And the country's greatest city. The stories of Shakespeare and London are inextricably linked. And together they changed the world. In Globe Catherine Arnold takes the reader on a tour of Shakespeare's London, looking at how they shaped...

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The Real Fidel Castro

Fidel Castro has long been many things to many people; an idealist to some, a dictator to others. Neither assessment is completely true. This book describes key events that shaped Castro’s life, from his political activism as a student, his years as a communist...

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Anne Boleyn

An essential biography of Queen Anne Boleyn! Perfect for readers on Alison Weir, Eric Ives and John Guy. ‘A very readable account of all the strands in the complicated tapestry of politics, religion, and that very uncertain quality, the King’s...

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The Byzantine World War

The Crusades shook the world. But why did they happen? Their origins are revealed in a new light. As part of a medieval world war that stretched from Asia to Europe. At its centre was an ancient empire – Byzantium. Told for the first time as a single, linked...

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The Road to Station X

An engrossing account of working in the top-secret world of Bletchley Park during World War Two. Perfect for fans of Sinclair McKay, Tessa Dunlop and Andrew Hodges. In 1938, Sarah Baring was enjoying life as a young debutante. Only a few years later, at the height of...

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Trump’s Second Term: What if?

America is in crisis. The country is locked down with a pandemic. The economy is deteriorating. Businesses are going bankrupt. 40 million people are unemployed. The country’s health system is in tatters. There are protests and rioting around the country. Relations...

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