International number one bestseller Mitch Albom's first work of non-fiction in ten years - his most personal story to date.
Although Finding Chika makes for heart-wrenching reading, it is also a tale of resilience and decency – and the memorable cheerfulness of a dying child. “What we carry defines who we are and the effort we make is our legacy,” says Albom.
Calamity: The Many Lives of Calamity Jane
Karen R. Jones
"The unvarnished truth about one of the most fascinating figures of the Old West...."
— The Sunday Times
A Bit of a Stretch: The Diaries of a Prisoner
"A soul-searching account of his time on the inside from a documentary maker...."
"Pride, grief, rage and hope fuel this memoir of an uncompromising journalist..."
4.43 out of 5
"Low is beautifully written, intelligent and gripping..."
— The Spectator
Mengele: Unmasking the 'Angel of Death'
David G. Marwell
"It must be the most thorough-going account of Mengele’s life available to date..."
Onno Blom, Beverley Jackson
"Onno Blom’s portrait is inevitably sketchy, though his background detail is meticulous..."
Crisis of Conscience
Tom Mueller (Author)
"should be assigned reading for every elected official and civil servant..."
One of Them
"Cashman has written a great book about love, pain and the whole damn thing..."
— The Guardian
"Clarke is unerringly good at telling stories and Dear Life is full of them..."
— The Observer
4.54 out of 5
"It’s a pity she distrusts narratives and conclusions..."
— London Review of Books
3.72 out of 5
"This fabulously frank tech memoir is full of sexism and excess..."
3.6 out of 5
Short Life in a Strange World
"A quixotic global quest to see all of the master’s 42 paintings..."
"A hugely entertaining memoir recounts the dramas of writing biographies of two tricky literary giants...."
The Scoundrel Harry Larkyns
"Full marks to Rebecca Gowers for bringing this contradictory and little-known figure properly under the lens..."
"as fresh and engaging as you are likely to find..."
3.95 out of 5
The Dolphin Letters, 1970-1979
Robert Lowell, Elizabeth Hardwick, Saskia Hamilton
"fascinating for the sheer detail..."
Between Two Fires
"Yaffa is concerned with how Russian individuals make personal compromises or find an accommodation with Putin’s state...."
— The Times
The Shapeless Unease
"This is an extremely curious book, and I mean that as a sincere compliment. ..."
— The Scotsman
4 out of 5
"an extraordinary and tragic story, with special resonance today..."
— Evening Standard
4.5 out of 5
The Colour of the Sky After Rain
"Tessa Keswick reflects on her experiences in China in a fascinating memoir..."
— Daily Mail
In the Dream House: A Memoir
Carmen Maria Machado
"Carmen Maria Machado’s book is a tour de force. ..."
4.86 out of 5
Why Women Read Fiction
Helen Taylor (Emeritus Professor of English, University of Exeter)
"In asking why women read fiction, Taylor’s book makes a start..."
— New Statesman
"A poet’s watchful gaze on the natural world..."
— Times Literary Supplement
4.27 out of 5
"Allied airmen stoically carried out a strategy now judged immoral. Yet they were heroes..."
People Like Us
"his book is his refreshing willingness to address controversial issues with candour..."
3.63 out of 5