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The SAS Survival Driver’s Handbook

by John ‘Lofty’ Wiseman HarperCollins (October 25, 2018)

How to stay safe and be confident on and off the road.

Almost every family owns a car, and every year more vehicles are introduced on to roads which are already congested, adding to the danger and frustrations...


Stalkers

by Jean Ritchie HarperCollins (December 29, 2016)

SOMEWHERE, SOMEONE IS WATCHING, WAITING …

What is it like to suffer the attentions of an obsessive fan, to be haunted by the menace of a stalker? What changes devotion into something far more sinister and...


Stonehenge: Neolithic Man and the Cosmos

by John North HarperCollins (November 24, 2016)

‘The clearest and most detailed account of Stonehenge for a generation.’ Mail on Sunday

John North’s extraordinary book finally solves the riddle of Stonehenge.

How? By carefully reassessing the archaeological...


An Agenda for Britain

by Frank Field HarperCollins (June 23, 2016)

Originally published in 1993, An Agenda for Britain offers a radical vision for the future of Britain and the Labour Party.

Unemployment, Frank Field argues, must be the major issue on the political agenda;...


The Powers Behind the Prime Minister: The Hidden Influence of Number Ten (Text Only)

by Dennis Kavanagh & Anthony Seldon HarperCollins (June 20, 2013)

(This edition does not include illustrations.)

‘Kavanagh and Seldon’s view of 20th-century British politics from behind the doors of Number10 should be compulsory reading. “The Powers Behind the Prime...