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  • State of Terror
    State of Terror (Hardback) Thomas Suarez

    The story of how 40 years of violence and terror were used by Zionists to achieve the transformation of Palestine into a Jewish state.

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  • Being in Time
    Being in Time (English, Paperback) Gilad Atzmon

    The events of 2016 - Brexit and Trump - broke the mould which shaped ideas of democracy, politics and social identity. Gilad Atzmon argues that Left and Right have become meaningless in the post-political universe in which we now live, and much of humanity has been reduced to serving the interests of big money and oligarchies.

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  • On Further Reflection
    On Further Reflection (Hardback) Jonathan Miller

    A selection of writings by Jonathan Miller, from the 1960s to the present day. The book covers every side of Miller from comedy to drama, opera to photography, medicine to psychology.

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  • A History of the Future in 100 Objects
    A History of the Future in 100 Objects (Paperback) Adrian Hon

    The brainchild of technology journalist and games producer Adrian Hon, A History of the Future - is a stimulating journey through the near future of humankind by way of the artefacts we may leave behind.

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  • I'll See Myself Out, Thank You
    I'll See Myself Out, Thank You (Paperback) Colin Brewer

    A wide range of writers with experiences as doctors or patients put the case for a liberalization of the laws against assisted suicide.

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  • Night in Gaza
    Night in Gaza (English, Paperback) Mads Gilbert

    An eye-witness description by a Norwegian doctor, Mads Gilbert, of Israel's attack on Gaza in July 2014, through a daily journal illustrated with his own photographs.

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  • Royal Babylon
    Royal Babylon (Paperback) Heathcote Williams

    A scurrilous narrative poem detailing the history and doings of the House of Windsor, by one of Britain's lead-ing poets.

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  • The Putin Mystique
    The Putin Mystique (Paperback) Anna Arutunyan

    A timely analysis of the personality and power of Vladimir Putin, and the way in which whatever the West think of him, he is the ruler Russians need.

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  • Politically Incorrect
    Politically Incorrect (Paperback)

    More than 50% of Israelis are not religiously observant, and yet the role of Judaism in modern Israel is a straitjacket which evey Israeli has to wear. Ofra Yeshua-Lyth, an Israeli journalist, believes that God has hijacked modern Israel.

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  • Good for Nothing
    Good for Nothing (Paperback) Brandon Graham

    Overweight and weak-willed, Flip Mellis has a self-fulfilling fatalism which leads him to stumble through each day, hoping that he can get a job, mend his marriage and rebuild his life. But in the space of a week, his encounters with characters from American small-town life get in the way of Flip's well-meaning attempts to reform himself.

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  • The Putin Mystique
    The Putin Mystique (Hardback) Anna Arutunyan

    How Vladimir Putin rules Russia follows the long tradition of Russian leaders, from tsars to Soviet presidents. Mixing her own reportage of recent events in Putin's Russia, with anthropology and history, the author asks why the Russian people seem to need the rule of an autocrat, and analyses the characteristics and style of Putin's reign.

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  • Winston, Churchill, and Me
    Winston, Churchill, and Me (Paperback) Jonathan Dudley

    With echoes of The Go-Between, this touching short memoir tells the story of a young boy who is invited to stay with a school friend during the summer holidays and finds himself at Chartwell, the family home of Winston Churchill.

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  • Palestine: The Reality
    Palestine: The Reality (Paperback) J. M. N. Jeffries

    Palestine: The Reality is a vivid and personal account of the birth and significance of the Balfour Declaration, by a journalist, J.M.N. Jeffries who was intimately familiar with the dramatis personae in the story and with the relevant documents, some revealed in the book for the first time.

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  • The Wit and Wisdom of Donald Trump
    The Wit and Wisdom of Donald Trump (Paperback) The Publishers Association

    A book which reveals the true vision and intellect of US President-Elect Donald Trump This book consists largely of blank pages,

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  • The Alien in the Chapel
    The Alien in the Chapel (Hardback) George Gomori

    The works of World War I English poets are a huge focus of interest as anniversaries crop up over the next four years. But one poet has been neglected, with his poems not in print since Leonard and Virginia Woolf published them in 1926. Ferenc Békássy was Hungarian but was educated in Britain and wrote in English. He was a close friend of Rupert Brooke and in love with the same girl, Noel...

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  • Justice
    Justice (Paperback) Carey Harrison

    When Miri, a Jew and an English-born contessa, returns to her home in Italy after WWII, she grieves for her son, sent as a boy to Auschwitz by the town's police chief. She yearns for justice, and when she finds that the police chief is still alive, she stalks her prey, armed with the knowledge of a shocking event from his past.

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  • Sorrows of the Sun (Paperback) Sogol Sur

    The first collection of poems by an Iranian poet writing in English

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  • Here Was Rome
    Here Was Rome (Paperback) Victor Sonkin

    If a living breathing city can be encapsulated in a book, Victor Sonkin has done this for the city of Rome from its rise to its decline

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  • The Trials of Lady Jane Douglas
    The Trials of Lady Jane Douglas (Paperback) Karl Sabbagh

    A mystery that has never been solved, until now - did the beautiful Lady Jane Douglas, sister of the richest man in Scotland, give birth to twins in Paris in 1748, or did she buy the babies from French peasants?

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  • I Don't Want This Poem to End
    I Don't Want This Poem to End (Hardback) Mahmoud Darwish

    When the Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish died in 2008, his friends visited his home and retrieved poems and writings, some of which are gathered together in this book, translated into English for the first time.

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