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Ducks in a Row

Hardback, 06/10/2005, £9.99
£8.99

Being Adam Golightly: One man's bumpy voyage to the other side of grief

Paperback, 08/02/2018, £8.99
£8.09
The cruel early death of his wife Helen tears up the script of Adam Golightly's middle-class, middle-aged existence. Miserably single, outnumbered by his kids and haunted by life's screaming fragility, he recounts his fight back against the hand of fate.

X and WHY: The rules of attraction: why gender still matters

Paperback, 05/04/2018, £9.99
£8.99
Gender is shifting. But is gender disappearing? This is the story of where biology meets behaviour - how sex drives us, and informs so many of the key choices we make in life. It will change the way you see yourself and everyone around you.

Inflamed Mind: A radical new approach to depression

Hardback, 26/04/2018, £14.99
£13.49
In this game-changing book, University of Cambridge Professor Edward Bullmore reveals the breakthrough new science on the link between depression and inflammation of the body and brain.

Story of Nelson Mandela: The prisoner who became a president

Hardback, 06/09/2018, £7.99
£7.19
Nelson was a young South African with a reputation for trouble-making. Who would have thought he would one day lead his people to freedom?

Fast 800: How to combine rapid weight loss and intermittent fasting for long-term health

Paperback, 27/12/2018, £8.99
£8.09
Six years ago, Dr Michael Mosley started a health revolution with the 5.2 Fast Diet, telling the world about the incredible power of intermittent fasting. In this book he brings together all the latest science - including a new approach: Time Restricted Eating - to create an easy-to-follow programme.

Inflamed Mind: A radical new approach to depression

Paperback, 03/01/2019, £8.99
£8.09
*The Sunday Times Bestseller* Worldwide, depression will be the single biggest cause of disability in the next 20 years. But treatment for it has not changed much in the last three decades. In the world of psychiatry, time has apparently stood still... until now.

 

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