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An outstanding collection of some of the best pieces that Christopher Hitchens wrote for the London Review of Books.
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A collection of provocative and searchingly analytical essays by the author of Bad Behavior, This is Pleasure, and Lost Cat.
Published one year on from her death, at the age of ninety-four, Jan Morris' Allegorizings is the final despatch from one of the greatest chroniclers of the Twentieth Century.
A moving and personal anthology from the Sunday Times bestseller, encompassing melancholy, morality, mortality and more.
Australia's master storyteller Graham Seal brings to life the enigmas and puzzles behind famous unsolved crimes, long-held secrets, buried loot and strange phenomena from the bush and the city.
Hannah Jane Parkinson
Drawn from the popular Guardian column these everyday exultations and inspirations will get you through dismal days.
T. S. Eliot
Eliot sheds his 'usually reticent self' and the 'hilarious bleakness' he feels in wartime London to compose these entertaining and revealing letters - the latest in this exemplary series.
compiled by Shaun Usher
An updated edition of this compulsive collection of the world's most entertaining, inspiring and powerful letters, curated by the founder of the global phenomenon lettersofnote.com
A new paperback edition of Hanif Kureishi's wide-ranging and thought-provoking essays.
Edited by David Pringle andTim Dedopulos
A detailed look at every aspect of modern fantasy, including detailed entries on books, films, TV and creators, as well as the greatest fantasy characters and worlds.