The extraordinary secret life of a great novelist, which his biographer could not publish while le Carré was alive
Bookseller and bestselling author Shaun Bythell is back, and he has some thoughts about that Kindle you bought over lockdown
'He was a hectic, unprincipled bird, but it was impossible not to love him' … a memoir of love, obsession and feathers
The remarkable life of champion cyclist Beryl Burton, one of the greatest cyclists of all time
An illuminating, compassionate exploration of the psychology of caregiving – and the mysterious world of the human mind
A gripping, eye-opening account of how robotics, computing and AI might be about to alter our understanding of what it means to be human – from the be…
From the sun-soaked, vibrant Juderia of Rhodes to the horrors of the Nazi camps, Stella Levi's life – told to the author over a series of Saturda…
The full story of the most successful organisation in the history of sport
A new biography of Dante in time for the 700th anniversary of his death.
A bold and big-hearted memoir by Julia Cameron, the author of The Artist's Way – a book that has helped thousands of people uncover their creativ…
An award-winning poet's nonfiction debut: a collection essays about the natural world, and the way its inhabitants can teach, support and inspire…
A genre-defying love story that illuminates all love stories
A major new biography of one of Britain's best-loved artists
An inspiring, moving story of caring from the bestselling author Kate Mosse
How Britain's most famous female poet invented herself and defied her times
A lifelong stutterer dismantles the cult of fluency and champions the creative powers of inarticulacy
This is Brian Epstein's own account of his extraordinary life and, inevitably, the story of the Beatles, the greatest pop group of the twentieth-…
A 'humane and informative' (according to John Le Carré) biography of George Blake, the most notorious double agent in British history….
A fierce, strikingly redemptive exploration of the impact of traumatic violence on victim, perpetrator and society
Matthew Parris, presenter of Great Lives on BBC Radio 4, explores the surprising connection between trauma and greatness through vivid case histories.