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Nicely illustrated with many B/w photographs, this is the descriptive account of the author's life in the jungle where gorillas, becoming an endangered species, live mostly at peace with the resident native humans.
Famously referred to as part of the 'Axis-of-Evil', North Korea remains one of the most secretive and mysterious nations in the world today. A series of manmade and natural catastrophes have also left it one of the poorest
'Abandoned by a girlfriend who eloped to faraway New Mexico and inspired by the works of D H Lawrence, Henry Shukman determined that he would visit the state himself one day
This history of the world's largest and most powerful intelligence service, the KGB, from its origin after the Russian revolution to the present day, analyzes its operations against subjects as diverse as the EEC, Margaret Thatcher, Solidarity and L...
Wisdom's Way is a collection of true stories from ancient China. Filled with palace intrigue, ambitious warlords, greedy swindlers and justice-seeking wise men, each story evokes the legendary wisdom of the Far East.
In 1998, Mark and his family welcomed into their lives a half-Border Collie/half-Cocker Spaniel they named Pepsi
"Death will slay with his wings whoever disturbs the peace of the pharaoh". Since 1900 death has struck down no less than 30 people connected with the tombs of the pharaohs. This book sheds fascinating light on the strange story.
Inspired by the research undertaken by his own epic voyage, this superb anthology of the sea's great story-tellers is combined with a lively and personal commentary
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When she fell pregnant as a teenager in Ireland in 1952, Philomena Lee was sent to the convent at Roscrea in Co. Tipperary to be looked after as a fallen woman
A collection of amusing stories of failure, taken from "The Book of Heroic Failures" and "The Return of Heroic Failures". Included are the story of the Olympic swimmer who nearly drowned and Bruno the rescue dog who always managed to lose himself.
In the early 1960s, Anne Watts was a newly qualified nurse, eager to use her skills. Her father expected her to work locally, not too far from North Wales, where Anne had grown up, and to then settle down and have children
In RaW Voices: True Stories of Hardship and Hope, Vanessa Feltz meets men and women who have overcome great difficulties to change their worlds, and asks each to tell their own story
A book recounting further controversial thoughts on the riddle of the "Titanic"
A few months of married bliss, a lover's nest in Darrowby and the wonders of home cooking are rudely interrupted for James Herriot by World War II. The Herriot books form the basis of the popular BBC TV series "All Creatures Great and Small".
He was a pillar of the community, serving on local committees, donating prizes to the rugby club, organising charity collections. His patients thought the world of him: he was attentive, kind, never too busy to chat
'It's the end of the 1916 winter and the conditions are almost unbelievable. We live in a world of Somme mud. We sleep in it, work in it, fight in it, wade in it and many of us die in it
Candia McWilliam had just joined the judging panel of the Man Booker Prize for fiction in 2006 when she started to lose her sight. The gradual onset of blindness seemed especially cruel to someone whose life depended on reading and writing
Since 1854 the Victoria Cross has been the highest award for gallantry in the British Armed Forces. It bears the simple legend 'For Valour', but behind it are thrilling and ultimately humbling tales of unimaginable bravery