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No Choice : The Fall Of Roe V. Wade And The Fight To Protect The Right To Abortion

Andrews, Becca
On Friday 24 June 2022, women's rights suffered an extraordinary and unprecedented blow. Five US Supreme Court justices made a decision that will impact millions of lives for years to come. In this gripping blend of reportage and history, journalist Becca Andrews tells the story how we have arrived at this devastating turning point.

Strangers To Ourselves : Stories Of Unsettled Minds

Aviv, Rachel
The highly anticipated debut from the award-winning New Yorker writer Rachel Aviv is a ground-breaking exploration of illness and the mind


This is the story of a bad lad who has turned his life good, tracing his passage from early-thirty-something casualty to middle-aged politician, eco-warrior and bee-aficionado.

Just Sayin' - My Life In Words

Blackman, Malorie

When McKinsey Comes to Town

Bogdanich, Walt
An explosive expose of McKinsey & Company - the world's largest, most prestigious, most successful management consultancy - revealing its shady practices, its insidious influence on global business and government, and its terrible impact on employees and citizens around the world.

Playing Under the Piano

Bonneville, Hugh
Hugh Bonneville is one of Britain's most accomplished actors, familiar to audiences worldwide for his roles in Notting Hill, the Paddington films and Downton Abbey.

The Ship Beneath the Ice : The Discovery of Shackleton's Endurance

Bound, Mensun
Written by Mensun Bound, the Director of Exploration on both expeditions, this captivating narrative includes countless fascinating stories of Shackleton and his legendary ship. Complete with a selection of Frank Hurley's photos from Shackleton's original voyage in 1914-17, as well as from the expeditions in 2019 and 2022, The Ship Beneath the Ice is the perfect tribute to this monumental discovery.

Edible Economics : A Hungry Economist Explains the World

Chang, Ha-Joon
RADIO 4 BOOK OF THE WEEK : Economic thinking - about globalisation, climate change, immigration, austerity, automation and much more - in its most digestible form

The Fight For Privacy

Citron, Danielle Keats
Danielle Citron takes the conversation about technology and privacy out of the boardrooms and op-eds to reach readers where we are - in our bathrooms and bedrooms; with our families and our lovers; in all the parts of our lives we assume are untouchable - and shows us that privacy, as we think we know it, is largely already gone.

Black Holes : The Key to Understanding the Universe

Cox, Brian
In this groundbreaking book, Professor Brian Cox and Professor Jeff Forshaw take you to the edge of our understanding of black holes; a scientific journey to the research frontier spanning a century of physics, from Einstein to Hawking and beyond, that ends with the startling conclusion that our world may operate like a giant quantum computer.

How to be an Ex-Footballer

Crouch, Peter
The funniest man in British sport - MetroPeter Crouch is a comedy genius - Daily MailOften recruited before they've worn long trousers, today's footballers become superstars who earn huge amounts without ever learning much about the world beyond the training ground.