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  • The Art of Always Being Rightby A.C. Grayling; Arthur Schopenhauer

    Gibson Square 2012; US$ 7.28

    Beware who you give this book to.' Financial Times 'I recommend that you keep this delightful essay at your side.' Observer 'Dryly witty essay' Alain de Botton, Sunday Telegraph We all sit through meetings with that one person who seems to be able to persuade everyone. What is their secret? Are they more gifted than we are? Or is it just that they... more...

  • The News Machineby James Hanning; Glenn Mulcaire

    Gibson Square 2014; US$ 5.82

    There is one mystery figure at the heart of ‘Hackergate? – Glenn Mulcaire, the News of the World?s top private investigator. The former AFC Wimbledon footballer has never spoken publicly or in court about his work investigating and backing up front-page news stories (such as the News of the World?s award-winning David Beckham scoop). Mulcaire?s... more...

  • A Female Geniusby James Essinger

    Gibson Square 2013; US$ 14.57

    The daughter of Lord Byron, Ada was the visionary who recognised the true potential of Babbage's of cog-wheel computer, The Analytical Engine. She demonstrated to the world that computers wouldn't merely be adding machines, but that they would be able to think. more...

  • A State of Fearby Joseph Clyde

    Gibson Square 2013; US$ 7.28

    Julie, a young doctor, is running late. She is about to pick up her daughter from school close to the City of London when there is an explosion. Sirens shriek. A police van tells everyone to take cover from radiation. She huddles in a shop with strangers – City workers, an Asian girl, an American, a Russian beauty therapist and a mysterious Chechen.... more...

  • Nancy Mitfordby Nancy Mitford; Harold Acton; Diana Mitford (Mosley)

    Gibson Square 2012; US$ 7.28

    The autobiography Nancy Mitford intended to write herself.? Daily Mail ‘A hotline to Nancy Mitford.? Deborah Moggach ‘Weep with laughter.? India Knight, London Review of Books Nancy Mitford was the eldest and most famous of the Mitford sisters. A relentless tease, she wrote brilliantly satirical novels about her family and those around her. But what... more...

  • Spoilt Rottenby Theodore Dalrymple

    Gibson Square 2012; US$ 7.28

    ‘Not since Christopher Hitchens assault on Mother Theresa have so many sacred cows been slaughtered in such a short volume.? Spectator 'One of our most celebrated essayists.' Toby Young, Mail on Sunday '[A] cultural highlight.' Observer 'Surgical demolition.' Guardian In this perceptive and witty book, Theodore Dalrymple unmasks the hidden sentimentality... more...

  • The Duchess of Windsorby Diana Lady Mosley (Diana Mosley) Mitford

    Gibson Square 2012; US$ 11.65

    ‘Irresistible. One controversial expatriate on another.? – Philip Mansel ‘Vivid.? – Michael Bloch ‘Wit and intelligence.? – Philip Ziegler ‘Cracking photographs.? – Evening Standard An intimate of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Diana Mosley was a frequent guest at their parties in Paris, or at ‘the Moulin? in Orsay, where they were neighbours.... more...

  • A Dad for All Seasonsby Ian Mucklejohn; Esther Rantzen

    Gibson Square 2012; US$ 6.78

    Heart-warming.' Mail on Sunday ‘Funny, moving and really helpful.? Esther Rantzen Your first child will change your life. But what if you have three at the same time! Eleven years ago, Ian Mucklejohn had triplet sons as a single father and was outnumbered three to one from the very beginning. Ian had to do it all by himself: juggle, organise, cook,... more...

  • The Reluctant Yogiby Carla McKay

    Gibson Square 2013; US$ 7.28

    Like many people Carla McKay thought that yoga sounded like a celebrity craze that was a bit too good to be true. Things changed, however, when a friend persuaded her to give it try for a laugh. She did laugh ? throughout the class. But the practice was also different from what she had expected. In The Reluctant Yogi she describes how her disbelief... more...

  • The Rotten State of Britainby Eamonn Butler

    Gibson Square 2014; US$ 8.74

    Drily witty, based on 9 years of research from the vantage point of the Adam Smith Institute, Britain's oldest and most prestigious think tank, "The Rotten State of Britain" describes it as it is: under Gordon Brown leadership, Britain has achieved that sinking feeling. In this biting analysis of the government's reputation for economic and social... more...