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  • 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... more...

  • 7-7by Crispin Black

    Gibson Square 2010; US$ 5.82

    How could a moment of triumph about the Olympic Bid turn into a catastrophe? These terrible events follow on the continuing revelations that the intelligence reports that were the government's basis for the invasion of Iraq were deeply flawed and the recent admission by the Ministry of Defence that it failed to foresee the size and ferocity of the... 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...

  • Blowing up Russiaby Alexander Litvinenko; Yuri Felshtinsky

    Gibson Square 2012; US$ 7.28

    Strikingly written and based on Litvinenko?s 20 years of insider?s knowledge of Russian spy campaigns, Blowing up Russia describes how the successor of the KGB fabricated terrorist attacks and launched war to have the unknown Putin - Litvinenko?s former superior at the Russian secret service - elected with a landslide victory. more...

  • The Falklands Interceptby Crispin Black

    Gibson Square 2012; US$ 8.74

    In the shadowy world of British intelligence there is only one man Lady Nevinson, the National Security Advisor, trusts for a highly-confidential private investigation — Daniel Jacot. Britain?s chief of military intelligence is mysteriously found dead in the chambers of a Cambridge college, the night before a revelatory lecture about Scott?s expedition... more...

  • The Pursuit of Laughterby Diana Mitford (Mosley); Deborah Devonshire (Mitford); Duncan Fallowell; Martin Rynja

    Gibson Square 2012; US$ 7.28

    ‘Roar with laughter.? Laura Thompson ‘The dazzling beauty with a poison pen... wit pervades her writings.? Anne de Courcey, Daily Mail Critics Choice 'When she wielded her elegant stiletto, it was to unmask an ego... brightly and sharply illuminated.' Valerie Grove, The Times Wickedly funny, gossipy, carefree, intimate and revealing, this selection... more...

  • A Dictionary of Idiocyby Stephen Bayley

    Gibson Square 2012; US$ 7.28

    ‘I am fascinated.? Andrew Marr, Start the Week, Radio 4 'Wonderful' The Times 'Intelligent.' Independent 'Current.' Sunday Telegraph Wittgenstein said that if people never did silly things, nothing intelligent would ever happen. In this compelling A-Z of modern ignorance, Stephen Bayley gathers silly, curious and sometimes shocking facts on everything... more...

  • Managing Painby Richard Halvorsen

    Gibson Square 2013; US$ 7.28

    Chronic pain is associated with a host of conditions for which traditional medicine has no cure. Increasingly, medical practitioners look to acupuncture to manage pain and other conditions – with over 1 million people in the UK being helped every year, and an estimated 20 million in the USA. This readable, practical and comprehensive guide brings... more...

  • Outraged of Tunbridge Wellsby Nigel Cawthorne

    Gibson Square 2013; US$ 7.28

    In this new book, the first ever collection of letters from the legendary letters page of the Tunbridge Wells Advertiser, we are offered an insight into what makes complaining so much fun. Decrying everything from telephones to the excessive singing of Christmas carols, and providing unusual and often touching missives on the major events of the early... more...

  • The News Machineby James Hanning; Glenn Mulcaire

    Gibson Square 2014; US$ 7.28

    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...