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    Released to mark the anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Georgia in August 2006.

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    A riveting account of the crimes of Dr William Palmer, the Victorian “Prince of Poisoners”, one of the most notorious, yet lesser-known, mass-murderers in British history.

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    Recently declassified and published here for the first time, this fascinating document was never intended for circulation outside of government, and is of considerable historical significance.

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    The thrilling account of Britain's most ingenious spy.

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    A political thriller with a gripping environmental theme, The Rule of 72 will be enjoyed by fans of complex suspense novels.

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    A compelling read about what's really going on with your money.

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    For a revolutionary generation of Irishmen and Irishwomen – including suffragettes, labour activists, and nationalists – imprisonment became a common experience. In the years 1912-1921,...

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    Historian Kate Colquhoun recounts an absorbing tale of addiction, lies and infidelity that asks the all-important question, did she kill him?

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    This is the account of Kim Philby that MI6 didn't want you to read.

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    The true story of the investigative journalist, and the world he was part of.

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    The inside story of Edward Snowden, brought to you by award-winning Guardian journalist Luke Harding.

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    A valuable portrait of Peter Hain's admirable, freedom-fighter parents.

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    Published on the 25th anniversary of the Lockerbie disaster, this book uses analysis, reports and statements to uncover the facts about the case.

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    Toppling Qaddafi is a carefully researched, highly readable look at the role of the United States and NATO in Libya’s war of liberation and its lessons for future military interventions. Base...

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    Geoffrey Robertson Q.C. brings his forensic skills and a deeply felt sense of injustice to the case at the heart of the Profumo affair, the notorious scandal that brought down a government.

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    Captivating classics to keep you occupied this Christmas

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    Astounding and convincing inquiry into the assassination of US president John F. Kennedy in Texas in 1963, one of the key mysteries of the 20th century.

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    On 26th November 2008 the Taj Mahal Palace hotel in Mumbai is besieged by Pakistani Islamists, armed with explosives and machine guns. For three days, guests and staff of the hotel are trapped as the terrorists run amok. On 29th November commandos launch Operation Black Tornado. The world holds its breath.

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    Among the hundreds of books devoted to JFK, The Kennedy Half-Century stands apart for its rich insight and original perspective. Anyone who reads it will appreciate in new ways the profound impact JFK’s short presidency has had on our national psyche.

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    Vicky Pryce will use her personal, and her economic experience to analyse the cost of keeping women in prison.

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    An examination of one of the most notorious acts of terrorism in recent history.

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    Hitler's Furies is indelible proof that we have not known what we need to know about the role of women on the Nazi killing fields of the eastern front -- or about how it could have been hidden for seventy years.

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    The tragic story behind ‘the shot that rang round the world’ – the assassination of Franz Ferdinand and his beloved wife in Sarajevo in June 1914

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    On 11 September 1973, President Salvador Allende of Chile, Latin America’s first democratically elected Marxist president, was deposed in a violent coup d’état. Why Allende seemed such a threat in the political and economic context of the time and how the coup was engineered is the story Oscar Guardiola-Rivera tells.

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    Saving Gary McKinnon is the true story of a mother’s fight to save her son from living out the rest of his life behind bars in the US

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    In the aftermath of the Second World War, the first British War Crimes Investigation Team is assembled to hunt down the senior Nazi officials responsible for the greatest atrocities the world has ever seen. Lieutenant Hanns Alexander is one of the lead investigators, Rudolf Höss his most elusive target.

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    It is a story of treachery, lies, deceit and murder. As the investigation has progressed over the years, the revelations have been breathtaking, the facts staggering and the real story so dramatic that fiction simply cannot equal it.

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    On the evening of 9th June 1956 in an apartment in Buenos Aires, a dozen men were arrested on suspicion of plotting against the Argentine government. A few hours later, the local police chief received the order to execute them. Almost all were innocent.

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    An enthralling account of women rising up against oppression and leading their own lives.

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    A blistering narrative of one of the most exciting periods in British history that will appeal to readers of historical fiction and non-fiction alike.

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    Winner of the CWA International Dagger Award 2013. In kidnapping cases, the first few hours are crucial. After that, the chances of being found alive go from slim to nearly none. Alex Prevost &#821...

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    In 1999 Tobias Jones emigrated to Italy, expecting to discover the pastoral bliss described by centuries of foreign visitors. Instead, he discovered a country riven by skulduggery, where crime is s...

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    A muderous look into London's dark history from the 14th - 19th Century.

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    Julian Petley investigates the media's involvement in matters of 'public interest' and works to determine whether it is always acceptable, or could be deemed as an invasion of privacy.

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    Undercover reveals the truth about secret police operations - the emotional turmoil, the psychological challenges and the human cost of a lifetime of deception - and asks whether such tactics can ever be justified.

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    The Watchers is a beautifully written, gripping account of the unflagging battle by spies, code-breakers, ambassadors and confidence-men to protect the queen. It was a reign that required endless watchfulness - of the coasts, of the Catholic seminaries, of Elizabeth's own subjects.

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    The tropical island of Sri Lanka is a paradise for tourists, but in 2009 it became a hell for its Tamil minority, as decades of civil war between the Tamil Tiger guerrillas and the government reached its bloody climax.

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    Why crime rates really rose so astronomically – and why they have fallen.

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    Keith Lowe's Savage Continent is an awe-inspiring portrait of how Europe emerged from the ashes of WWII.

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    Peter Bergen documents one of the most controversial events of the past decade; the hunt for Bin Laden.

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    A few years ago, deals were done in dimly-lit side streets or on the phone via a friend of a friend. Today, you can order every conceivable pill or powder with the click of a mouse. But the online market in narcotics isn't just changing the way drugs are bought and sold; it's changing the nature of drugs themselves.

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    What limits, if any, should be placed on a government's efforts to spy on its citizens in the interests of national security? Spying on foreigners has long been regarded as an unseemly but necessary enterprise. Spying on one's own citizens in a democracy, by contrast, has historically been subject to various forms of legal and political restraint.

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    A remarkable debut - a classic crime novel in the tradition of James and Rendell.

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    The riveting true story of a Jewish kid from the Bronx who became a mafia insider and physician to top NY Mafia dons such as John Gotti, Carlo Gambino, Paul Castellano and Joe Bonanno.

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    The British constitution is regarded as unique among the constitutions of the world. What are the main characteristics of Britain's peculiar constitutional arrangements?

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    On 11 September 2001, in a café in London, Ahmed Errachidi watched as the twin towers collapsed. He was appalled by the loss of innocent life. But he couldn’t possibly have predicted how much of his own life he too would lose because of that day.

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    The South Bank has always been a place for culture, but how much has it changed? Find out in this compelling book about London's District of Sin.

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    This is not just a review of something that happened 20 years ago, it is relevant, topical and important and makes details of the Inquiry available for the first time.

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    Award-winning journalist James Fergusson is among the few to have witnessed at first hand the devastating reality of life in the failed and desperate state of Somalia. This corner of the world has ...

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    It is 1939. Eva Delectorskaya is a beautiful 28-year-old Russian emigree living in Paris. As war breaks out she is recruited for the British Secret Service by Lucas Romer, a mysterious Englishman, and under his tutelage she learns to become the perfect spy, to mask her emotions and trust no one, including those she loves most.

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    Jennifer Kewley Draskau reveals the little-known story of William Christian of Ronaldsway and his shocking execution in a stimulating narrative that explores the traditions of the Isle of Man.

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    Prize-winning investigative journalist Ian Cobain looks beyond the cover-ups and the attempts to dismiss brutality as the work of a few rogue interrogators, to reveal a secret and shocking record of torture

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    A Matter of Principle is a riveting memoir and a scathing account of a flawed justice system.

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    On 15 September 2003 Baha Mousa, a hotel receptionist, was killed by British Army troops in Iraq. He had been arrested the previous day in Basra and was taken to a military base for questioning. Fo...

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    The mafia murders that stunned Italy - and the thrilling story of how the killers were brought to justice.

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    Florence Aubenas explores the plight of Europe's unemploed by going undercover, discovering the reality of jobseeking during an economic crisis.

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    This book is David’s personal account of his attack by gunman Raoul Moat and the events surrounding it, including his attendance at the trials of Moat’s henchmen and his concerns at Northumbria police’s alleged mishandling of the situation on the night of the attack.

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    Full employment used to be an explicit goal of economic policy in most of the industrialized world. Some countries even achieved it. In Back to Full Employment, economist Robert Pollin argues ...

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    Brilliantly reported and suspensefully told, THE THREAT MATRIX peers into the darkest corners of this secret war and will change your view of the FBI forever.

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    After twenty-five years working at the very heart of Her Majesty’s Prison Service, John Podmore came to a devastating conclusion. Prison simply does not work. Out of Sight, Out of Mind gives a much needed insight into the disaffected society growing in the shadows of our own.

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    In this fascinating book a distinguished legal authority examines the flaws, contradictions, and weaknesses in our American justice system.

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    Although evenly matched adversaries make for a more exciting athletic contest, and a level playing field is essential to a fair game, is the same true in a criminal trial? In this compelling new book, H. Richard Uviller argues that a criminal trial is not analogous to a sporting event.

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    Successive governments have promised to reform criminal justice in England and Wales and to make it more efficient and more effective in preventing and reducing crime. And yet there is still a feel...

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    The perfect introduction to the theory and practice of politics

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    In this lively, up-to-the-minute book, technology and politics analyst Micah Sifry tells the story of WikiLeaks in the context of the growing movement for transparency in politics and of the crowdsourcing activism that the Internet and in particular Web 2.0 has made possible.

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    Geoffrey Roberston QC gives a damning indictment of the Vatican's response to sex attacks.

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    Antonio Negri retells the story of his imprisonment, election, escape from Italy and exile in France.

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    This book asks how, why, and when states and non-state actors use violence against one another, and examines the effectiveness of various forms of political violence.

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    This groundbreaking book offers a comprehensive documentary history of children whose parents were identified as enemies of the Soviet regime from its inception through to Joseph Stalin's death.

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    Human need is a central but contested concept in social policy and the social sciences. This book provides an accessible overview of the subject using concepts from many disciplines. It presents a ...

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    Thoroughly researched and grippingly told, these tales of treachery embrace cowardice and cupidity, high tension and terrible tragedy.

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    Danny Cartwright and Spencer Craig were born on different sides of the track. Danny, an East End Cockney, leaves Clement Attlee Comprehensive School at the age of 15 to take up a job at a local gar...

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    The shocking murder of Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme rocked Scandinavia and ignited conspiracy theories the world over. Jan Bondeson attempts to uncover the truth.

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    The final volume of Jeffrey Archer’s prison diaries covers the period of his transfer from Wayland to his eventual release on parole in July 2003.

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    The No 1. Bestseller continues his forceful account of life inside the British penal system.

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    The No. 1 best-seller and storyteller writes a forceful account of life inside the British penal system. ‘The sun is shining through the bars of my window on what must be a glorious summer d...

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    Leonardo Sciascia uncovers the dangerous world of Italian politics in the 1970s as he investigates the horrific murder of Italian Prime Minister Aldo Moro.

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