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  1. How to Survive a Plague wins The Baillie Gifford Prize 2017

    ... and treatable condition.” David France is the author of Our Fathers, a book about the Catholic sexual abuse scandal, which ... The winner has been chosen by a panel chaired by author and Chairman of ITV Sir Peter Bazalgette, together with Anjana Ahuja, ...

    James-Douglas - 16.11.17

  2. Whole Earth Discipline (Atlantic Books)

    An icon of the environmental movement outlines a provocative approach for reclaiming our planet. According to Stewart Brand, a lifelong environmentalist who sees everything in terms of solvable design problems, three profound transformations are...

    Digital - 18.05.16

  3. H is for Hawk

    ‘In real life, goshawks resemble sparrowhawks the way leopards resemble housecats. Bigger, yes. But bulkier, bloodier, deadlier, scarier, and much, much harder to see. Birds of deep woodland, not gardens, they’re the birdwatchers’ dark grail.’ ...

    Digital - 18.05.16

  4. Village of Secrets: Defying the Nazis in Vichy France

    From the author of the New York Times bestseller A Train in Winter comes the ...

    Digital - 18.05.16

  5. The Samuel Johnson Prize 2011

    ... Journal Europe, The Spectator and Prospect. He’s the author of two previous non-fiction books: Dead Pets and Sod's Law. His first ... espionage, art, politics and foreign affairs. He is the author of eight non-fiction history books, including the bestselling A Foreign ...

    Digital - 27.11.17

  6. Family Britain 1951 – 1957 (Bloomsbury Publishing)

    As in Austerity Britain, an astonishing array of vivid, intimate and unselfconscious voices drive the narrative. The keen-eyed Nella Last shops assiduously at Barrow Market as austerity and rationing gradually give way to relative abundance;...

    Digital - 18.05.16

  7. The Story of the Jews (The Bodley Head)

    It is a story like no other: an epic of endurance against destruction, of creativity in oppression, joy amidst grief, the affirmation of life against the steepest of odds. Simon Schama

    Digital - 18.05.16

  8. People Who Eat Darkness: The Fate of Lucie Blackman (Jonathan Cape)

    Lucie Blackman - tall, blonde, and twenty-one years old - stepped out into the vastness of Tokyo in the summer of 2000, and disappeared forever. The following winter, her dismembered remains were found buried in a seaside cave. ...

    Digital - 18.05.16

  9. Edmund Burke: Philosopher, Politician, Prophet (William Collins)

    Both conservative and subversive, Burke’s beliefs have never been more relevant than in today’s ‘Big Society’, as MP Jesse Norman explains. ...

    Digital - 18.05.16

  10. Diana Vreeland: Empress of Fashion (Thames and Hudson)

    Diana Vreeland reinvented the way we think about style and where we go to find it. As an editor, curator and wit, she made a lasting mark and remains an icon for generations of fashion lovers. ...

    Digital - 18.05.16