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Life's Little Instruction Book

Life's Little Instruction Book by H. Jackson Brown (Paperback 1992)


Jackson Brown originally wrote Life's Little Instruction book as a gift for his son who was leaving home to begin his freshman year in college. Brown says, "I read years ago that it was not the responsibility of parents to pave the road for their children but to provide a road map, and I wanted to read more...
 
Hoo-hahs and Passing Frenzies: Collected Journalism, 1991 - 2001

Hoo-hahs and Passing Frenzies: Collected Journalism, 1991 - 2001 by Francis Wheen (Paperback 2002)


'I'll read anything by Francis Wheen' Nick Hornby, Guardian. Francis Wheen has established himself as one of the most brilliant and admired journalists writing in Britain today with his massively acclaimed biography of Karl Marx, his contributions to radio and TV and his outstanding commentary and read more...
 
SUSAN SLOAN OMNIBUS: "GUILT BY ASSOCIATION", "AN ISOLATED INCIDENT"

SUSAN SLOAN OMNIBUS: "GUILT BY ASSOCIATION", "AN ISOLATED INCIDENT" by Susan Sloan (Paperback 2004)


GUILT BY ASSOCIATION Date-rape didn't exist in 1962. But thirty years after Karen Kern's life fell apart on a cold New York night, her nemesis returns, hogging the limelight on prime time TV. Bob, the ex-Harvard man with the fatal charm, is now Senator Willmont, riding high in the polls and running read more...
 
Mammoth book of tasteless list

Mammoth book of tasteless list by Karl Shaw (Paperback 1999)


A celebration of the peculiar. An amazing collection of the most disgusting, outrageous and bizarre true historical oddities. Subjects covered in the comprehensive volume include Death and Sex, Saints and Sinners, Crime and Punishment and Ad Nauseam, which includes fetishes of the famous and read more...
 
Have I Got Views for You

Have I Got Views for You by Boris Johnson (Paperback 2008)


In his own inimitable style, Boris Johnson, the new Mayor of London, turns his attention to the culture, manners and morals of British society, giving us a humorous, at times furious, but always entertaining read. A witty anthology of pieces comprising Boris Johnsonas thoughts on everything from read more...
 
Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope by Pope Alexander (Paperback 1993)


Often termed the first truly professional poet in England, Pope had an acute awareness of the traditions he inherited and a clear vision of where he stood in literary history. In this representative selection of Pope's most important work, Pat Rogers presents all the major poems and a read more...
 
The New woman

The New woman by Juliet Gardiner (Paperback 1993)


The late-1880s saw the emergence of the independent "new woman", capable and eager to earn her ow living. Over the next three decades, until the end of World War I, women waited with growing impatience for recognition of their achievements and their rights. Blending fiction and non-fiction writing read more...
 
The Finalists: Excerpts from the Five 2007 Costa Award-winning Books: No. II

The Finalists: Excerpts from the Five 2007 Costa Award-winning Books: No. II by Catherine O'Flynn, A.L. Kennedy, Simon Sebag Montefiore, Ann Kelley, Jean Sprackland (Paperback 2008)


Excerpts from the five 2007 Costa Award-winning books and an exclusive short story from the winner of the 2007 Woman & Home Short Story Competition, sponsored by Costa.Recapturing past happiness; a shocking disappearance; astonishing new evidence about a dictator's childhood; poems describing a read more...
 
Autumn Leave

Autumn Leave by Michele Guinness (Paperback 2009)


Michele Guinness and her husband had always believed they would live in France one day - but were stunned nonetheless when a series of minor miracles made the dream of buying a house there a reality. Nothing, however, was straightforward. Setting up a new home, living in a different culture (even read more...
 
In These Times

In These Times by Bernard Levin (Paperback 1988)


A marvellous collection of Bernard Levin's recent articles - some serious, some light-hearted - from The Times' and 'The Observer'. Touching upon themes as diverse as Poloitics, Responsibility, Art, seal-culling, Margaret Thatcher, garrulous judges and the pre-Raphaelites, they confirm his read more...
 

 


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