1. Supercrash by Darryl Cunningham

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    Supercrash by Darryl Cunningham

    Darryl Cunningham's latest investigation takes us to the heart of free-world politics and the financial crisis, as he traces the roots of bankrupt countries to the domination of right-wing policies and the people who created them. 'Distils a vast amount into a rapid-paced, accessible narrative that demystifies the financial and ideological forces behind the crash.' Sunday Sydney Morning Herald Paperback: 240 pages Size: 160mm x 230mm
  2. Science Tales by Darryl Cunningham

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    Science Tales by Darryl Cunningham

    Shortlisted - British Comic Awards: Best Book 2012 Nominated - YALSA - Great Graphic Novels for Teens 2013 The first edition of Darryl Cunningham's *Science Tales* was published in 2012 and shortlisted for the British Comics Awards: Best Book. This new edition has been updated to include a clinical exposé of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, and its political framework in the UK and USA. "As a science primer that presents complex ideas in a simple, but never simplistic, way, Science Tales cannot be recommended enough." - Argument Paperback: 208 pages Size: 152mm x 210mm
  3. Billy, Me & You by Nicola Streeten

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    Billy, Me & You by Nicola Streeten

    Highly Commended - British Medical Association Book Award: Popular Medical Category 2012 A moving, surprisingly funny, and inspiring graphic memoir by a woman who lost her two-year-old son after heart surgery, Billy, Me & You is a bracing and memorable account of recovery after bereavement. "Several close friends of mine have lost a child… This beautiful book, by Nicola Streeten, gave me a rare insight into something of what they went through." - Julie Hesmondhalgh, Observer Paperback, 208 pages Size: 152mm x 230mm
  4. Rumble Strip by Woodrow Phoenix
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    Rumble Strip by Woodrow Phoenix

    If you want to get away with murder... buy a car. Woodrow Phoenix’s impassioned and beautifully drawn graphic novel questions our love affair with cars, and asks why, when you are in the driving seat, killing other people is not murder. Or even manslaughter. It’s… misfortune. “Phoenix articulates - and illustrates the devastating combination of human and machine on our roads.” - Lovereading “One utterly original work of genius. It should be made mandatory reading for everyone, everywhere.” - The Times Paperback: 192 pages Size: 152mm x 230mm
  5. The Inking Woman by Cath Tate and Nicola Streeten

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    The Inking Woman by Cath Tate and Nicola Streeten

    The Inking Woman is a groundbreaking picture-led celebration of the work of over 100 named British artists, and a few more anonymous ones, revealing a wealth of women’s wit and insight spanning 250 years. 'Like so much art, women have taken a back seat. Now they are forefront and I am SO proud!' Sandi Toksvig

    Hardback: 144 pages. Language: English. Publisher: Myriad Editions. Publication date: 2018. Size: 216 mm x 278 mm

  6. Hole In the Heart by Henny Beaumont

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    Hole In the Heart by Henny Beaumont

    When the registrar told Henny and her husband that their daughter might have Down’s Syndrome, she thought that her life was over. How would she be able to look after this baby, who might die, and manage her other two children at the same time? Hole in the Heart is a moving, funny, ironic and refreshingly honest look at living with a child who has special needs. "Powerful and deeply honest... Henny's words and stunning art work speak to everyone, whether they have a child with a learning disability or not." - Mencap Graphic Novel Paperback: 288 pages Size: 170mm x 240mm
  7. A Thousand Coloured Castles by Gareth Brookes

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    A Thousand Coloured Castles by Gareth Brookes

    Myriam is seeing things, and so can we, but her husband Fred is adamant it's all a lot of nonsense. In A Thousand Coloured Castles Brookes once again twitches the net curtains of the suburban south in this gloriously crayoned follow-up to the prize-winning The Black Project. 'Strikingly original and beautiful. Genuinely distinctive…The combination of narrative uncertainty, genuinely dark musings about what lies behind a suburban facade, childlike art and convincing characters is inspired. A perfect synthesis of form and content, and an essential purchase.' Pete Redup, The Quietus Paperback: 208 pages Size: 170mm x 240mm
  8. The Lady Doctor by Ian Williams

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    The Lady Doctor by Ian Williams

    With a trademark lightness of touch, Ian Williams provides another gentle look at the sufferings of humanity in this long-awaited follow-up to his much-acclaimed debut, *The Bad Doctor*. "Ian Williams is the best thing to happen to medicine since penicillin." - Alison Bechdel Paperback: 224 pages Size: 170mm x 230mm
  9. How You See Me by S. E. Craythorne

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    How You See Me by S. E. Craythorne

    Longlisted - Mzlexia Women's Novel Competition 2014 Shortlisted - Writer's Retreat Competition 2013 Taut and suspenseful, *How You See Me* examines the terrifying power of the mind to deceive, not only others but " most destructively of all " ourselves. "A dark tale of obsession, rage and loss begins to emerge... in this chillingly perceptive novel of a man who has completely lost his moral compass." - Pamreader Paperback: 208 pages Size: 129mm x 19.8mm
  10. The Last Pilot by Benjamin Johncock

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    The Last Pilot by Benjamin Johncock

    With echoes of Raymond Carver as well as Tom Wolfe's *The Right Stuff* and Richard Yates' *Revolutionary Road*, *The Last Pilot* re-ignites the thrill and excitement of the space race through the story of one man's courage in the face of unthinkable loss. 'The author’s grasp of the intricacies of life among test pilots and their perilous pursuit of the demon of speed is striking enough. What gives the novel its emotional lift-off is its portrait of a marriage going wrong, harrowed by the pressures of American machismo and familial loss.' Observer Hidden Gems 2016