A thrilling and accessible portrait of a city that is central to the development of European and world civilization, narrated through thirty 'scenes' in its 2,750-year history.
A portrait of social and cultural life under Cromwell's Protectorate, concentrating on the intellectually fecund atmosphere of Britain in 1657.
Trouble comes to the sleepy market town of Chipping Woodford - a world of allotments, pub quizzes, shopping and gossip - the heart of middle England.
An accessible history of the United Kingdom from the coming of the Romans to the third millennium, from the bestselling author of Fifty Days that Changed the World.
An alternative travel book about the author's quest to achieve his surfing dream before it's too late.
When e-waste recycler Mimi is infected by a virus, she becomes the host to an omniscient consciousness hell bent on righting all the wrongs that have been done to her people.
The case of Edith Thompson and her lover Frederick Bywaters, both hanged for murder in 1923.
How to turn a round hound into a dapper dog - the healthy diet for dogs.
A classic of utopian fiction, first published in 1872 as a satirical response to Darwin's Origin of Species.
General Boris Karpov, head of the feared Russian FSB, is dead but the cyber attack he launched at the heart of the US's nuclear defence network lives on. Who has taken over the operation? Karpov trusted only one man: Jason Bourne. But can Bourne be working against his own country? The sequel to The Bourne Enigma.