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Snow Country

Hardback, 02/09/2021, £20.00
£18.00
Lena leaves her metropolitan dream behind to take a menial job at the snow-bound sanatorium, the Schloss Seeblick. 1933: Still struggling to come terms with the loss of so many friends on the Eastern Front, Anton, now an established writer, is commissioned by a magazine to visit the mysterious Schloss Seeblick.

Perfect CV

Paperback, 05/07/2007, £7.99
£7.19
Suitable for anyone who's applying for jobs, this book explains what recruiters are looking for, gives practical advice about how to show yourself in your best light, and provides real-life examples to help you improve your CV.

Ethical Capitalist: How to Make Business Work Better for Society

Paperback, 04/04/2019, £8.99
£8.09
__________________*A road-map for a kinder, fairer capitalism that is fit for the 21st century*Financial Times Book of the Month`The founder of Richer Sounds is one of the finest entrepreneurs we have.' Archie Norman, chairman of Marks & Spencer__________________Capitalism has lost its way.

Churchill's Iceman: The True Story of Geoffrey Pyke: Genius, Fugitive, Spy

Paperback, 12/02/2015, £8.99
£8.09
There is no reason why you should have heard of Geoffrey Pyke. After his suicide in 1948 he was described as one of the great geniuses of his time, to rank alongside Einstein, yet he remains today, as The Times put it, 'one of the most original if unrecognised figures' of the twentieth century.

How to be a Craftivist: The Art of Gentle Protest

Hardback, 05/10/2017, £12.99
£11.69
How to Be a Craftivist is a manifesto for quiet activism: how to tackle issues not with shouting and aggression but with gentle protest, using the process of `making' to engage thoughtfully in the issues we are about, to influence and effect change.

Gentleman in Moscow

Hardback, 02/01/2018, £8.99
£8.09
21 June 1922 Count Alexander Rostov - recipient of the Order of Saint Andrew, member of the Jockey Club, Master of the Hunt - is escorted out of the Kremlin, across Red Square and through the elegant revolving doors of the Hotel Metropol. Instead of being taken to his usual suite, he is led to an attic room with a window the size of a chessboard.
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