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Download this eBook The Publishing Game

The Publishing Game

18,99

Edward Stourton
Hodder & Stoughton

Author, journalist and BBC presenter Ed Stourton delves into the Hodder & Stoughton archives to tell the human story of 150 years of publishing. From the day in June 1868 when Matthew Henry Hodder and Thomas Wilberforce Stoughton first founded the company,...

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Download this eBook Auntie's War

Auntie's War

11,99

Edward Stourton
Transworld Digital

BBC RADIO 4 'BOOK OF THE WEEK' The British Broadcasting Corporation is a British institution unlike any other, and its story during the Second World War is also our story. This was Britain’s first total war, engaging the whole nation, and the wireless...

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Download this eBook Diary of a Dog-walker

Diary of a Dog-walker

5,99

Edward Stourton
Transworld Digital

‘If you are accompanied by a dog you can talk to anyone, and anyone can talk to you – about anything …’ And they do. Edward Stourton’s walks with, Kudu, his dog, become an opportunity for wonderfully unlikely encounters, and reflecting on the world from the dog-walker’s...

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Download this eBook Cruel Crossing

Cruel Crossing

9,99

Edward Stourton
Transworld Digital

The mountain paths are as treacherous as they are steep – the more so in the dark and in winter. Even for the fit the journey is a formidable challenge. Hundreds of those who climbed through the Pyrenees during the Second World War were malnourished and exhausted...

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Download this eBook It's a PC World

It's a PC World

4,49

Edward Stourton
Hodder & Stoughton

Almost all of us have a hobby horse we like to ride into battle against Political Correctness, and yet the PC phenomenon just seems to keep on growing, touching every facet of our lives from our pleasures to our politics. Why? Could it be that this much derided...

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