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The Strong Like Mum Method: Awaken the power of your pre and postnatal body through instinct, knowledge and exercise

Akabusi, Shakira
The Strong Like Mum Method will accompany you on your pregnancy journey and throughout the first year of motherhood to help you tap into the full power of your body and mind with accessible exercise and wellness advice.

The Tribe: Portraits of Cuba

Alvarez, Carlos Manuel
A dizzying portrait of contemporary Cuba as it has rarely been seen, by an up-and-coming Cuban novelist.

A Vertical Art: Oxford Lectures

Armitage, Simon
'[Armitage] blended his down-to-earth, often flippant demeanor with a brilliantly understated, original and captivating address, which never strayed into pretentiousness or self-importance' Oxford Culture Review

The Fourth Man : The Race to Reveal the KGB Spy at the Top of the CIA

Baer, Robert
For the first time ever, New York Times bestselling author and former CIA operative Robert Baer tells the explosive story of how insiders believe a KGB mole rose to the highest ranks of the CIA.

Gun to the Head

Banks, Keith
From the bestselling author of Drugs, Guns & Lies, comes Keith's story of what it was really like to be a tactical police officer in the violent and corrupt eighties

The Cost Of Chaos: The Trump Administration and the World

Bergen, Peter
From one of America's preeminent national security journalists, an explosive, news-breaking account of Donald Trump's collision with the American national security establishment, and with the world.

The Hairy Dieters' Simple Healthy Food: A Guide to Losing Weight and Staying Healthy

Bikers, Hairy
The Hairy Dieters are back with more than 75 delicious and healthy new recipes.

Dreaming the Karoo

Blackburn, Julia
A spellbinding new book by the much-acclaimed writer, a journey to South Africa in search of the lost people called the /Xam - a haunting book about the brutality of colonial frontiers and the fate of those they dispossess.

Mean Baby

Blair, Selma
Selma Blair has played many archetypal roles: gullible ingenue in Cruel Intentions. Preppy ice queen in Legally Blonde. Fire-starter in Hellboy. Muse to Karl Lagerfeld. Face of Chanel. Cover model. Advocate for the multiple sclerosis community. But before all of that, Selma was known best for being one thing: a mean baby. In a memoir that is as wildly funny as it is emotionally shattering, Selma Blair tells the captivating story of growing up and finding her truth.

The King and I

Boli, Claude
Eric Cantona is a legend, an enigma, a supremely talented footballer whose influence endures. In The King and I we have a unique insight into Cantona the man, from his lifelong friend.

A Village in the Third Reich : How Ordinary Lives Were Transformed By the Rise of Fascism

Boyd, Julia
A stunningly evocative portrait of everyday life in Hitler's Germany through the stories of the people of a single village. From the bestselling author of Waterstones' Book of the Month, Travellers in the Third Reich.

The Last Train

Bradley, Peter
The profoundly moving and deeply intimate story of one Jewish family's fate in the Holocaust, following the thread from Germany to Latvia and to Britain.