A vivid journey around England's great seaside resorts, exploring their history and current struggle, and what they reveal about England, from the award-winning author of Love of Country.
A hard-hitting exposÃ© of the overwork culture and modern management techniques that seduce millions of people to hand over the best part of their lives to their employer.
In piecing together the fragments left behind â€“ from the love affairs between island women and German soldiers, the betrayals and... Læs mere
An extraordinary journey deep into the history and landscape of the Hebrides, exploring the islands' turbulent history, the spread of their influence, and how they shaped the nations of Britain, from the award-winning author of The Plot.
'Madeleine Bunting's multidimensional chronicle is among the very best pieces of non-fiction to have been published in a long while about what it is like to be English' Simon Schama, Financial Times
When a young Muslim woman goes missing, the trail leads to a quintessentially English family's tangled and dark connections with Empire, the Shah's Tehran and modern Bahrain, in this evocative and page-turning novel for readers of Maggie O'Farrell.