Coal, Goals and Ashes
Fryston Collieryâ€™s Pursuit of the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup. A century of footballing exploits by a team from the heart of the Yorkshire coalfield.
Because Cuba is You
RamÃ³n Chaoâ€™s magical realist account of his own family saga and the political maelstrom into which he was born, tracing a personal and political line from the Spanish-American War to the Spanish Civil War. Released April 2013. Order now for pre-release dispatch.
Inspired by sweet love and bitter breakups, boundless suffering and one-sided adoration, Joel Willans's stories promise a spellbinding read and a unique insight into womenâ€™s magic over men.
Nothing Ever Happens In Wentbridge
A true story from the emotional front line of a first love. This beautiful and vivid account of Mark and Janet, their lives, love and loss, shows how the mind has an uncanny ability to ignore what it doesnâ€™t want to acknowledge. Until it has to.
The Angels Share
Four Friends. One Mission. Lots of Spirit. The Angels Share is a bittersweet comedy from Paul Laverty and Ken Loach. â€˜Scotlandâ€™s answer to The Full Monty.â€™ â€“ John Naughton, GQ
Carpet Burns is Tom Hingleyâ€™s account of his life as lead singer of Inspiral Carpets. â€˜This is a fascinating and unique book about a unique and fascinating life. Memoirs are made of this.â€™ - David Quantick
â€˜Another gangster with all the presence of a ghost. Just stories you hear over the years. Heavyweight. King shit. Bad arse. Red Laalâ€¦ If there did exist a Pakistani Don Corleone, then this was him.â€™ M Y Alam's long awaited new novel.
Debut from Sophie Coulombeau, winner of the Next Great Novelist Award 2012. â€˜Terrific. A story thatâ€™s intriguing, puzzling and entirely gripping.â€™ â€“ Philip Pullman
Everything Now: Communication, Persuasion and Control: How the instant society is shaping what we think. 'If stuff made us happy, we'd be the happiest people in history. Everything Now explains why we're not.' - David Hepworth, Word
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How Advertising Works
Steve McKevitt reads a passage from his book Everything Now that illustrates how advertising takes over your brain. (2:00)