Format: 06/2019
Format: 06/2019
Bicheno, Hugh
Hugh Bicheno

A one-volume, essential history of England's longest and bloodiest civil war: the Wars of the Roses.

The Wars of the Roses by Hugh Bicheno
Callaghan, Louise
Louise Callaghan

This is a story of human decency in the midst of barbarism - how the zookeeper of Mosul Zoo saved the animals during the Isis rule of the city between 2014 and 2017.

Father of Lions by Louise Callaghan
Hill, M.K.
M.K. Hill

Six children were abducted. Five got out alive. Twenty years later, we find out why. First in a new thriller series set in the Thames estuary.

The Bad Place by M.K. Hill
Strukul, Matteo
Matteo Strukul

The first instalment in a trilogy charting the rise of the House of Medici as they become Masters of Florence and progenitors of the Renaissance.

Medici: Ascendancy by Matteo Strukul
Thomas, Dana
Dana Thomas

An investigation into the damage wrought by the colossal clothing industry – and the grassroots, high-tech, international movement fighting to reform it.

Fashionopolis by Dana Thomas
Turner, Pixie
Pixie Turner

An abridged version of The Wellness Rebel featuring Pixie's collection of 70 recipes and photos.

Pixie's Plates by Pixie Turner
Segev, Tom
Tom Segev

A biography of Israel's founder and longest serving prime minister.

A State at Any Cost by Tom Segev
Andress, David
David Andress

A short and controversial new interpretation of arguably the most important revolution of all time: the event that made the rights of man and the demand for liberty, equality and fraternity central to modern politics.

The French Revolution by David Andress
Birmingham, John
John Birmingham

Centuries after their defeat, the Sturm have returned with an overwhelming attack on the fringes of human space. On the brink of annihilation, humankind's only hope is a few brave souls who survived the initial onslaught.

The Cruel Stars by John Birmingham
Dunn, Daisy
Daisy Dunn

An anthology of classical literature, both non-fiction and fiction, bringing together one hundred stories from the rich diversity of the literary canon of ancient Greece and Rome.

Of Gods and Men by Daisy Dunn
Fleming, Leah
Leah Fleming

A historical novel about one garden across 1,000 years and the women who found solace within its walls.

In the Heart of the Garden by Leah Fleming
Awad, Mona
Mona Awad

Growing up in suburban hell, Lizzie has never liked the way she looks. A darkly funny novel about the harmful beauty standards imposed on women.

13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl by Mona Awad
Carswell, Douglas
Douglas Carswell

From Ancient Athens the modern day, a radical look at how world history has been shaped by the constant struggle between the productive and the parasitic.

Progress Vs Parasites by Douglas Carswell
Qiufan, Chen
Chen Qiufan

'Waste girl' Mimi becomes infected with a virus, becoming the host for an omniscient consciousness, hell-bent on righting wrongs - and igniting a class war and more.

Waste Tide by Chen Qiufan
Moffett, Mark W.
Mark W. Moffett

The epic story of how humans evolved from intimate chimp communities into a world-dominating species.

Human Swarm by Mark W. Moffett