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Red Memory : Living, Remembering And Forgetting China's Cultural Revolution

Branigan, Tania
An indelible exploration of the Cultural Revolution and how it shapes China today, Red Memory uncovers forty years of silence through the rarely heard stories of individuals who lived through Mao's decade of madness.

Comfort Eating : What We Eat When Nobody's Looking

Dent, Grace
Have you ever wondered why eating cheese can sometimes feel like a cuddle? Or how a good curry can be just what we need after a tough day? Oh, and just what is it about butter that makes us feel so at ease . . . ?

Invasion : Russia's Bloody War And Ukraine's Fight For Survival

Harding, Luke
The first book of reportage from the front line of the Ukraine war. This is a powerful, moving first draft of history written by the award-winning Guardian journalist and #1 New York Times bestselling author of Collusion and Shadow State

What Just Happened?! : Dispatches From Turbulent Times

Hyde, Marina
It's the full state banquet of crazy - and you're most cordially invited. Drawn from her spectacularly funny Guardian columns, What Just Happened?! is a welcome blast of humour and sanity in a world where reality has become stranger than fiction.

Into The Grey Zone

Owen, Adrian