WOMEN WHO WON
By Ros Ball
Extraordinary elected women from across the world that everyone should know
By Natalie Bennett
Common Sense Politics for the Age of Shocks.
By Maud Blair
A memoir exploring what it means to not belong and a woman's subsequent search for belonging.
By Tom Woodman and Rupert Smissen
A full-colour science fiction graphic novel about love, hope and the end of the Earth
By Paul Griffiths
A novel by Paul Griffiths asking: What if Beethoven had visited America?
The Short, The Long and The Tall
By Jeffrey Archer
By Claire Allen
A novel about the Liverpool Blitz and how it resonates for an elderly woman, caring for her husband.
The Lost Spell
By Yismake Worku (translated by Bethlehem Attfield)
The Lady Macbeth Guide to Ambition
By Stefan Stern
Modern philosophy meets Shakespeare in this intriguing "how-not-to" guide to ambition.
I Could Read the Sky
By Timothy O'Grady and Steve Pyke
A new edition of the 1997 classic novel about an Irishman in London, told through words and photos.
Yeseni and the Daughter of Peace
By Solange Burrell
Elewa learns that she has Yeseni, a powerful gift. Will she use it to save her kingdom or the world?
Last Dance at the Discotheque for Deviants
By Paul David Gould
A gripping mystery following young Kostya’s coming out in the underground gay scene of 1990s Moscow.