Gulp Adventures on the Alimentary Canal Mary Roach
Mary Roach can never resist going just that bit further, searching out the most arcane information on her chosen subject and in Gulp, a story of the physicality of eating, you just know it won’t end there – you know... Format: Paperback - Released: 06/03/2014
Cycle of Lies The Fall of Lance Armstrong Juliet Macur
A fly-on-the-wall account of the greatest drama in modern sporting history by the New York Times cycling correspondent. As Lance Armstrong's precipitous fall from grace continues, New York Times sports reporter Juliet Macur takes the reader behind the scenes to... Format: Hardback - Released: 04/03/2014
The Road to Le Tholonet A French Garden Journey Monty Don
This is not a book about French Gardens. It is the story of a man travelling round France visiting a few selected French gardens on the way. Owners, intrigues, affairs, marriages, feuds, thwarted ambitions and desires, the largely unnamed ordinary... Format: Paperback - Released: 27/03/2014
Under Another Sky Journeys in Roman Britain Charlotte Higgins
This is shortlisted for the 2013 Samuel Johnson Prize. This is a book about the encounter with Roman Britain: about what the idea of 'Roman Britain' has meant to those who came after Britain's 400-year stint as province of Rome... Format: Paperback - Released: 06/03/2014
How to be a Victorian Ruth Goodman
How to be a Victorian - a time traveller's guide to Victorian Britain by the BBC's Ruth Goodman. We know what life was like for Victoria and Albert. But what was it like for a commoner like you or me?... Format: Paperback - Released: 06/03/2014
The Patch: The Big Allotment Challenge - Grow Make Eat Unknown TBC
Growing your own fruit and vegetables is surprisingly easy, whatever the size of your garden or allotment. You don't need to be entirely self-sufficient, but there's nothing more satisfying than being able to harvest your own tomatoes, snip a few... Format: Hardback - Released: 10/04/2014
The Astronaut Wives Club Lily Koppel
The true story of the wives behind the American Space Race, the challenges they faced in the '50s and '60s, and the 40 year friendship that bound them together. Format: Paperback - Released: 13/03/2014
Byron said ‘Truth is stranger than fiction’ a quote which is, perhaps, even more relevant in the 21st Century than the 19th.
This genre for Lovereading encompasses new and interesting non fiction titles in the areas of Popular Science, Politics, History, Religion, Philosophy – and many others which we won’t list but we hope you’ll enjoy.
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The Happiness Trap Pocket Book Dr. Russ Harris
A new illustrated guide to ACT or acceptance and commitment therapy using the principles of mindfulness. It’s different and its many fans swear by it for helping them overcome anxiety...
Written in Blood Mike Silverman, Tony Thompson
As one of the UK's leading forensic scientists, Mike Silverman has helped to identify and convict dozens of murderers, rapists, armed robbers, burglars and muggers, thanks to the evidence they...
The global suitcase Mary J. Dinan
Global Suitcase is a compilation of interviews with everyday people and well-known personalities who have travelled extraordinary journeys or lived unusual lives, often guided by a cause, in the name...
Acts of Union, Acts of Disunion Linda Colley
The United Kingdom; Great Britain; the British Isles; the Home Nations: such a wealth of different names implies uncertainty and contention - and an ability to invent and adjust. In...
The Kabul Beauty School Deborah Rodriguez
Arriving in Afghanistan in 2002, just after the fall of Taliban, and with nothing more than a beauty degree and a desire to help, Deborah Rodriguez set out on a...
The News: A User's Manual Alain de Botton
Alain de Botton explores our relationship with 'the news' in this book full of his trademark wit and wisdom. Following on from his bestselling Religion for Atheists, Alain de Botton...