The Kremlin and the Art of Political Assassination
Amy Knight, an expert on the KGB, describes today’s Russia as ‘a truly criminal regime’. She first traces the long Kremlin tradition of covert violence and the development of the country’s post-war security services. In the remainder of the book she investigates the background to several recent killings – including the Litvinenko poisoning and the 2015 shooting of outspoken Putin critic Boris Nemtsov – and examines the evidence for Russian involvement in the Boston Marathon bombings.
James Martin's Great British Adventure
The companion volume to the television series of the same name, this well-illustrated cookbook documents the celebrity chef James Martin’s recent culinary road trip around the UK. The dishes featured celebrate regional ingredients such as guinea fowl from Devon, stout from Northern Ireland, scallops from Orkney and rock samphire from Wales, each introduced with information about the ingredients used, as well as kitchen tips and local eaterie recommendations. Off-mint.
The Antlered Ship
Why don’t trees ever talk? Do islands like being alone? Marco the fox was full of questions that the other foxes couldn’t answer. So when the antlered ship arrived, he joined its crew of deer and pigeons and set off to look for better informed foxes. This is the story of their marvellous voyage in search of answers. Age 4+