Our longest serving (read suffering) employee Sheila's all time faves
Andrew Cotter£20.00 £18.60
The canine internet heroes and a look not just into the relationship between the author and his dogs but a wider look at the emotional turmoil and uncertainty experienced this year and how we can deal with it; entertaining, heart warming and laugh out loud moments.
Peter Moore£12.99 £12.08
A fascinating look at the life of the ship and it's involvement in different episodes of history-the part on Capt Cook's voyages is mind boggling and is good to read alongside an atlas to illustrate the distances covered and skills involved.
Ben Macintyre£9.99 £9.29
Absolutely gripping book that takes you into the world of spies and espionage - even more thrilling because it is true and still had me on the edge of the seat even when I knew what the outcome would be.
Lia Leendertz£10.99 £10.22
Looking at the year ahead encompassing folklore, the natural world and everything surrounding us. The 2021 Almanac spotlights movement, migration and pilgrimage and gives us a chance to look inwards and also out into the world around us.
Laura Spinney£10.99 £10.22
Although published a couple of years ago this fascinating book looks at the Spanish Flu pandemic in the early 20th C and is interesting and thought provoking in its relevance to our situation today.