BBC National Short Story Award 2021
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Another Day in the Death of America

Paperback, 01/06/2017, £9.99
Saturday, 23rd November 2013. It was just another day in America. And as befits an unremarkable day, ten children and teens were killed by gunfire. This book explores the way these children lived and lost their short lives, offering a searing portrait of the vulnerability of youth in contemporary America.

Very Expensive Poison: The Definitive Story of the Murder of Litvinenko and Russia's War with the West

Paperback, 15/12/2016, £11.99
1st November 2006: Alexander Litvinenko is brazenly poisoned in central London. Twenty-two days later he dies, killed from the inside by Polonium - a rare, lethal and highly radioactive substance. His crime? He had made some powerful enemies in Russia. This is the story of the life and death of Litvinenko and of Russia's cold war with the west.

New Odyssey: The Story of Europe's Refugee Crisis

Paperback, 18/05/2017, £10.99
Europe is facing a wave of migration unmatched since the end of World War II - and no one has reported on this crisis in more depth or breadth than the Guardian's migration correspondent, Patrick Kingsley. This is his account of who these voyagers are. It's about why they keep coming, and how they do it.

Dismembered: How the Attack on the State Harms Us All

Paperback, 18/05/2017, £9.99
What is the state? And what's it ever done for you? In this book, the author travels around Great Britain gathering the voices of the people who make up the state: nurses and patients, teachers and parents, policemen and civilians. It lays bare the deliberate dismantling of the public sector and its consequences.

This New Noise: The Extraordinary Birth and Troubled Life of the BBC

Paperback, 18/06/2015, £12.99
What does the BBC mean to us now? What are the threats to its continued existence? Is it worth fighting for? This book traces its origins, celebrating the early pioneering spirit and unearthing forgotten characters whose imprint can still be seen on the BBC. It explores how it forged ideas of Britishness both at home and abroad.

Don't Trust, Don't Fear, Don't Beg: 100 Days as a Prisoner of Putin - Story of the Arctic 30

Paperback, 04/02/2016, £12.99
The plan was to attach a Greenpeace pod to Gazprom's platform and launch a peaceful protest against oil being pumped from the icy waters of the Arctic. However, heavily armed commandos flooded the deck of the Arctic Sunrise and the Arctic Thirty began their ordeal at the hands of Putin's regime. This book tells their story.

Snowden Files: The Inside Story of the World's Most Wanted Man

Hardback, 02/10/2014, £10.99
It began with an unsigned email: "I am a senior member of the intelligence community". What followed was the most spectacular intelligence breach ever, brought about by one man, Edward Snowden. This is the inside story of Snowden's deeds and the journalists who faced down pressure from the US and UK governments to break a remarkable scoop.

When the Lamps Went Out: Reporting the Great War, 1914-1918

Hardback, 15/05/2014, £17.99
Presents a surprising, immediate, sometimes humbling, sometimes uplifting insight into what British society was reading about, and thinking, during the Great War.
Canterbury Festival 2021
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