Orphaned at the age of nine, Mikey Cuddihy left the US to board at the experimental Summerhill School. Like Hideous Kinky, this memoir describes coming of age in the strange...
Combat Camera reveals the inner workings - and absurdities - of the British military's media operations in Afghanistan. A war memoir that draws on hundreds of...
Ian F. W. Beckett
A century has passed since the assassination of Austria-Hungary's Archduke Ferdinand, yet the repercussions of the devastating global conflict that followed still echo. In this book, the author turns the...
A kaleidoscopic picture of Britain in 1846, a nation on the brink of economic and social change as the Industrial Revolution deepened its impact.
Published to accompany the major V&A exhibition, The Glamour of Italian Fashion showcases the fashions that turned 'Made in Italy' into an internationally recognized mark of style.
Barroux; Sarah Ardizzone
In this striking black and white graphic novel adaptation of a 100-year-old diary, the events of the first months of WWI are given fresh meaning through a man's story, silhouetted...
Nick Hunt pays homage to Patrick Leigh Fermor by walking the same route across Europe in this "glorious book."
Two Turtle Doves is the story of a life spent making things. Growing up in 1970s Suffolk in a crumbling giant of a house with wild, tangled gardens, Alex Monroe...