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  • The Folly of French Kissingby Carla McKay

    Gibson Square 2012; US$ 5.99

    After being innocently embroiled in a school scandal, teacher Judith Hay decides there is only one thing she can do: leave Britain. The small village of Vevey in Languedoc near Montpellier seems the perfect answer. Life is cheap and the views are pretty. Vevey, however, may well be the French answer to St Mary's Mead, hiding an abundance of vice behind... more...

  • Soul Musicby Candace Allen

    Gibson Square 2012; US$ 6.99

    Can music change lives, and classical music in particular? In Soul Music, novelist and former activist of African descent, Candace Allen asks whether the pitched battles between 'our' music and 'their' music of her youth are alive among young people engaged in music study. She follows the beat of music -from Blues, Miles Davis as friend of the family,... more...

  • The Cost of Inequalityby Stewart Lansley

    Gibson Square 2012; US$ 8.74

    Many people would agree that a society in which a chief executive officer earns not five or 10 but 100 times as much as the average full-time worker is not a fair society. The Cost of Inequality argues that this kind of inequality also has an impact on economic growth. The deregulation of the financial sector has had knock-on consequences for our economy.... more...

  • Spoilt Rottenby Theodore Dalrymple

    Gibson Square 2012; US$ 6.99

    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; Diana Mosley

    Gibson Square 2012; US$ 11.65

    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. Written in her inimitable style Diana Mosley paints a remarkable portrait of her friend that is also realistic with regards to her flaws. What was it about her that utterly captivated... 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$ 6.99

    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 was... more...

  • The Economics of Successby Eamonn Butler

    Gibson Square 2014; US$ 12.99

    In this new myth busting book Director of the Adam Smith Institute Eamon Butler describes how it is by looking to the markets, rather than to the politicians, that we will return to prosperity. Butler decribes how the free market harnesses self-interest and punishes greed, how government intervention raises everybody's costs and how it is capitalism... more...

  • Gardening in Slippersby Liz Cowley

    Gibson Square 2015; US$ 2.90

    Following the success of her first four humorous poetry books, Liz Cowley now returns with a new and fresh collection on gardening, written in her inimitable, light-hearted style. Often clipping and pottering first thing in the morning, Liz turns her wicked wit on ants and weeds, early frost and slippery moss, and the many triumphs and trials of gardening.... more...

  • The Truth about IKEAby Johan Stenebo

    Gibson Square 2010; US$ 10.19

    How did IKEA become the world’s largest design brand, as popular as Lego, CocaCola and Nike? Privately held by one of the world’s richest men, the company is renowned for its secrecy. How did the company transform itself from one rural Swedish store to a global behemoth with a turnover of $30 billion and 700 million visitors a year? In... more...