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Honest, heartfelt and human, this is the new remarkable memoir from Gary Barlow.
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An evocative memoir that explores the Troubles in Northern Ireland and their legacy, published to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the start of the armed violence that marked the beginning of this period.
Andrea di Robilant
The remarkable story of Hemingway's love affair with both the city of Venice and the muse he found there - a young Italian girl who inspired him to complete his great final work.
A brilliant collection of personal essays from a quietly subversive writer.
Jermaine Pennant, John Cross
Mental is the brutally honest, tell-all autobiography of footballing wild-child, Jermaine Pennant.
A nostalgic window into the Great British Summertime during WWII.
John Bartram with John Karter
A remarkable diary chronicling the final working year of the charmed life of John Bartram, gamekeeper and senior wildlife officer at Richmond Park for the past thirty years.
A new biography of the glamorous couple behind the modern royal family, from award-winning author Andrew Lownie.
Todd Carney with Tony Adams
The raw, honest and utterly compelling autobiography of one of rugby league's most talented yet most notorious players.