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Becoming
Becoming Michelle Obama
An intimate, powerful, and inspiring memoir by the former First Lady of the United States.
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Girl, Woman, Other
Girl, Woman, Other Bernardine Evaristo
Teeming with energy, humour and heart, a love song to black Britain told by twelve very different women.
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Night
Night Elie Wiesel, Marion Wiesel
Describing in simple terms the tragic murder of a people from a survivor's perspective, Night is among the most personal, intimate and poignant of all accounts of the Holocaust. A compelling consideration of the darkest side of human nature and the enduring power of hope, it remains one of the most important works of the twentieth century.
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Quiet
Quiet Susan Cain
For far too long, those who are naturally quiet, serious or sensitive have been overlooked. The loudest have taken over - even if they have nothing to say. It's time for everyone to listen. It's time to harness the power of introverts.
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Stalingrad
Stalingrad Antony Beevor
Antony Beevor's Stalingrad is a harrowing look at one of history's darkest moments.
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Lateral Thinking
Lateral Thinking Edward de Bono
Soon you will be looking at problems from a variety of angles and offering up solutions that are as ingenious as they are effective. You will become much more productive and a formidable thinker in your own right.
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The Thrilling Adventures Of Lovelace And Babbage
The Thrilling Adventures Of Lovelace And Babbage Sydney Padua
Meet two of Victorian London's greatest geniuses . . . Ada Lovelace, daughter of Lord Byron: mathematician, gambler, and proto-programmer, whose writings contained the first ever appearance of general computing theory. And Charles Babbage, eccentric inventor of the Difference Engine, an enormous clockwork calculating machine that would have been the first computer . . .
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Concussion Jeanne Marie Laskas
Taut and gorgeously told, this is the intensely personal story of one man's fight against a multibillion dollar colossus. A man who stood up for what was right, whatever the cost.
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The New Spymasters
The New Spymasters Stephen Grey
In The New Spymasters, the first real account of how modern espionage works, we follow riveting stories of dramatic missions and the larger-than-life characters who undertook them. These were moments when success - and ultimately life or death - depended on whether the right person was in the right place . . . at exactly the right time.
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Gods And Kings
Gods And Kings Dana Thomas
They were the working-class British boys who shook fashion to its core, bringing the edginess of the London club scene to French couture and taking excess to its limits. In this unputdownable biography, fashion insider Dana Thomas chronicles the blazing talent, dizzying rise and savage fall of Alexander McQueen and John Galliano. 
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In Order To Live
In Order To Live Yeonmi Park
It is a story of astonishing endurance - both physical and mental - which has already inspired people all around the world.
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Pure, White And Deadly (Reissue)
Pure, White And Deadly (Reissue) John Yudkin, Robert Lustig, John Yudkin and Robert Lustig
Using everyday language and a range of scientific evidence, Professor Yudkin explores the ins and out of sugar, from the different types - is brown sugar really better than white? - to how it is hidden inside our everyday foods, and how it is damaging our health.
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I Am Right, You Are Wrong
I Am Right, You Are Wrong Edward de Bono
In overturning conventional wisdom, Edward de Bono will help you to become a better thinker and decision maker.
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How To Be More Interesting
How To Be More Interesting Edward de Bono
In How to be More Interesting, lateral-thinking guru Edward de Bono reveals how playing with ideas, making connections, speculating and using the imagination are at the heart of being an interesting person.
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The Italians
The Italians John Hooper
Sublime yet exasperating, fascinating yet baffling, Italy is a country of riddles. Looking beyond the stereotypes, John Hooper's entertaining and incisive account of its people explores everything from sex to Freemasonry, bella figura to why Italian has thirteen words for a coat hanger yet none for a hangover. 
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Perfect Wives In Ideal Homes
Perfect Wives In Ideal Homes Virginia Nicholson
In Perfect Wives in Ideal Homes Virginia Nicholson reconstructs the real 1950s, through the eyes of the women who lived it. We meet factory girls and Teddy girls, students and housewives, diplomats and immigrants. 
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Letters To My Fanny
Letters To My Fanny Cherry Healey
In this hilarious and candid memoir about twenty-first-century womanhood, Cherry shares outrageous, poignant and eye-wateringly funny confessions. Warm, honest and heartfelt, Letters to my Fanny will have you gasping in recognition.
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Short Walks From Bogotá
Short Walks From Bogotá Tom Feiling
For decades, Colombia was the 'narcostate'. Now it's seen as one of the rising stars of the global economy. Where does the truth lie?
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