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Some new additions to our Non-Fiction stock.

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Filled with photographs and cross-referenced maps, this series of travel guides features unique essays by local writers on the culture, history, and people of each region, with authoritative ratings of not-to-be-missed attractions and landmarks, listings of restaurants and accommodations and practical advice.
Johnny Rogan
Ray Davies, legendary frontman of The Kinks, is one of the all-time greatest rock 'n' roll musicians - and also one of its most troubled and enigmatic. In the summer of 1964, aged 20, Ray Davies led The Kinks to fame with their number one hit 'You Really Got Me'. Within months, they were challenging The Beatles and The Rolling Stones in the charts, swamped by fans and renowned for the rioting at their gigs.
Meik Wiking
'The Danish word hygge is one of those beautiful words that doesn't directly translate into English, but it more or less means comfort, warmth or togetherness. 'The Little Book of Hygge' will give you practical steps and tips to become more hygge.
James Bowen
"From the day James rescued a street cat abandoned in the hallway of his sheltered accommodation, they began a friendship which has transformed both their lives and, through the bestselling books 'A Street Cat Named Bob' and 'The World According to Bob', touched millions around the world. In this new story from their journey together, James looks back at the last Christmas they spent scraping a living on the streets and how Bob helped him through one of his toughest times.
Suzanne Lambert
When Suzanne was left, two weeks old, at the door of an orphanage, it was Nancy the nanny who fought for the right to adopt her. Now, 60 years later, Suzanne is sharing the untold story of all the many orphans that her mother Nancy saved throughout the 1940s and 50s.