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The extraordinary true story of five women who met in Oxford at the dawn of the 20th century, and set out to explore the furthest reaches of the known world
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Geraldine Schwarz, translated by Laura Marris
A memoir of the past and a warning for today: the urgent account of a woman delving into her family's complicity with the Nazis during World War Two.
'Last year I lost my cat Gattino. He was very young, at seven months barely an adolescent. He is probably dead but I don't know for certain.'
Format: Hard Cover
The diary and essays of Brian Eno republished twenty-five years on with a new introduction by the artist in a beautiful hardback edition.
A new biography of the wildly unconventional 19th-century animal painter and gender equality pioneer Rosa Bonheur.
'I was never interested in being the richest guy on the planet. My attitude was, I'm gonna turn music upside down. I'm gonna make a sound that nobody's heard before.'
A groundbreaking and revealing portrait of two of the greatest British political leaders by a prize-winning historian.
Uplifting, deep and profound... Lennon on love, life and religion.
The definitive inside account of the 2016-20 government under Enda Kenny and Leo Varadkar.
The unbelievable account of life as a hitman from a man who has been doing it for decades.
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