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An Exquisite Sense of What is Beautiful

Paperback, 28/03/2013, £11.99
Sir Edward Strathairn returns to the Japanese hotel where he wrote his renowned novel 'The Waterwheel', which accused America of being in denial about the Hiroshima bombing. But as we learn about Sir Edward's earlier life and his marriage to an American artist, we realise that he too may be in denial. And that his past is now catching up with him.

Jimmy Perry and David Croft

Paperback, 07/10/2004, £14.99
Offers an analysis of the four collaborative sitcoms of Jimmy Perry and David Croft, 'Dad's Army', 'It Ain't half Hot, Mum!', 'Hi-de-Hi!' and 'You Rang M'Lord?'. Considers the themes and ideas that run through the series in terms of their representation of class and gender, and in terms of other sitcoms and cultures which produced them.

Homicide: A Year On The Killing Streets

Paperback, 16/07/2015, £12.99
The bestselling true crime classic from the creator of The Wire, is now a canon

David Hockney: Current

Hardback, 08/12/2016, £45.00
David Hockney is one of the most influential British artists of the past century. He has spent his life dedicated to drawing, oil painting, printmaking, set design and photocollage, and has extended his practice into watercolour, multi-camera video installation and digital drawing. This title explores the artist's output over the past decade.