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The truth behind the greatest environmental disaster in U.S. history In 2005, fifteen workers were killed when BP's Texas City Refinery exploded. In 2006, corroded pipes owned by BP...
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This is a practical book and a compelling and entertaining one, from a prize-winning food writer, full of unexpected angles, revelations and facts about the food that we eat for...
In a heartbreaking, hilarious and extraordinary journey, four brothers piece together their father's life. They discover a man whom thirty years of driving enabled to escape the darkness of Franco's...
Saturday Kitchen favourite Olly Smith shares his love of eating and drinking (ideally at the same time) in this memoir with recipes
Christopher Lloyd; Andy Forshaw
The What on Earth? Wallbook of Natural History tells the complete story of natural history from the formation of the Earth to the latest breakthroughs in evolutionary science. A3 in...
Training in a hospital in the 1930s, Edith Cotterill's long hours on the wards included encouraging leeches to attach to patients and the disposal in the furnace of amputated limbs...
The author entertained us with funny true stories from his often embarrassing and bewildering everyday life as a man. A lot has happened to him in the past year. He...
Pitched between THE CROW ROAD and THE WASP FACTORY, STONEMOUTH is set in a small town north of Aberdeen and involves two warring crime families.
A collection of parodies. It contains works from Thomas Hardy's football report to Dan Brown's visit to the cash dispenser.
The adventures in gardening and living of 'the queen of vegetable growing'.
Drawing on a wide range of examples from cities across the world and throughout history, this book explores the reasons why people first built cities and why urban populations grow...
P. G. Wodehouse
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Do women find it, in erect state, inherently ridiculous? Why can't a man be certain his penis will stand and deliver when he commands? If and when it steadfastly refuses...
A collection of fun projects for your home and garden. It features 20 projects in 9 themed sections, varying from simple bunting and cushions to a Christmas gingerbread house, a...
The award-winning journalist and editor takes us on a tour around modern Britain with a look at 26 subjects and how we relate to them.
Bon Voyage is an indispensable companion for your cabin, or even for a deckchair up on the sun deck.