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Bar-Zohar, Michael
A compelling and comprehensive history of the world's most successive secret service.

The Secret Life of Special Advisers

Cardwell, Peter
Comprehensively updated paperback edition of the political bestseller

In Trump We Trust: How He Outsmarted the Politicians, the Elites and the Media

Coulter, Ann
If you're already a Trump fan, Ann Coulter will help you defend and promote your position. If you're not, she might just change your mind.

The Good Friday Agreement

Fenton, Siobhan
Insightful examination of the state of party politics in Northern Ireland at Stormont, twenty years on from the signing of the Good Friday Agreement.

El Jefe: The Stalking of Chapo Guzman

Fuer, Alan
The definitive account of the rise and fall of the ultimate narco, 'El Chapo', from the New York Times reporter whose coverage of his trial went viral.

Elitism: A Progressive Defence

Glaser, Eliane
This important book argues that the real elites escape scrutiny while everything that makes our lives worth living becomes worthy and diluted.

Forewarned: A Sceptic's Guide to Prediction

Goodwin, Paul
In age when polling and forecasting have come under close scrutiny for real and perceived failings this is the book that sorts the good from the bad.

When Footballers Were Skint

Henderson, Jon
Tales from before the maximum wage for footballers was abolished in 1961, journalist Jon Henderson captures a time when footballers and fans lived in the same world.

The Last Queen: How Queen Elizabeth II Saved the Monarchy

Irving, Clive
A biography that seeks to unravel the reality from the myths to ask the pertinent question: how long will the institution survive beyond the reign of the current Queen?

I'm Not One to Gossip, but...: Wicked Whispers, William Hickey and Forty Years of Blarney

McEntee, John
Daily Mail columnist John McEntee's life in journalism has been full of encounters with both the famous and infamous. In this lively and amusing memoir, McEntee recalls countless entertaining stories, from an embarrassing encounter with James Callaghan in the gent's toilet of the Savoy Hotel to being fleeced in El Vino by a drunken Kingsley Amis.

What A Bloody Awful Country: Northern Ireland's century of division

Meagher, Kevin
Thoughtful and sometimes provocative, What a Bloody Awful Country reflects on how both Loyalists and Republicans might have played their cards differently and, ultimately, how the actions of successive British governments have amounted to a masterclass in failed statecraft.

What A Bloody Awful Country: Northern Ireland's century of division

Meagher, Kevin
To mark the centenary of Northern Ireland, this extraordinary new history is an urgent appraisal of 100 years of mismanagement and missed opportunities.