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Beijing Rules : China's Quest for Global Influence

Allen-Ebrahimian, Bethany
For several decades Chinese ascendancy has been supported by an astonishingly broad and deep portfolio of soft power. The stories are their reach are breath-taking - Chinese-sponsored reporting in the Daily Telegraph; the gagging of NBA and Premier League sports brands; state-funded faculties across Western academia; Hollywood self-censorship for the Chinese market; and of course - Huawei. But these are just the most visible examples.

Anatomy of a Breakthrough : How to get unstuck and unlock your potential

Alter, Adam
Anatomy of a Breakthrough is a groundbreaking guide to optimising your life, overcoming obstacles, and reaching your full potential.

Social Capital: Fear and loathing in the shadow of Ireland's tech boom

Barry, Aoife
A David and Goliath story about Ireland's role as prime real estate for the world's largest tech multinationals, and the considerable impact it has had on us as individuals.


Benedict, Jeff
The definitive biography of LeBron James, the greatest basketball player of the 21st century and a global icon

The Hairy Dieters' Eat Well Every Day: 80 delicious recipes to control your weight & improve your health

Bikers, Hairy
The brand-new cookbook from the nation's favourite food heroes, The Hairy Dieters.

Is This Normal?: Answering Every Question You Have Ever Had About Your Body

Brighten, Dr Jolene
Everything you have ever wanted to know about sex, hormones, periods and your body from bestselling author and naturopathic physician Dr Jolene Brighten

Ebb and Flow: Connect with the Patterns and Power of Water

Britton, Easkey
An exploration of water's power to heal us, inspire us and offer us spiritual meaning. This is a feminist reimagining of the meaning of power through the lens of water. Easkey offers a range of wellness practices to encourage the reader to connect with water as healer, restoring a relationship of care.

Killing Thatcher : The Ira, The Manhunt And The Long War On The Crown

Carroll, Rory
The gripping account of how the IRA came astonishingly close to killing Margaret Thatcher

How to Think Like a Philosopher : Scholars, Dreamers and Sages Who Can Teach Us How to Live

Cave, Peter
In showing how the great philosophers of human history lived and thought and what they thought about the popular philosopher Peter Cave provides an accessible and enjoyable introduction to thinking philosophically and how it can change our everyday lives.