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  • Mods (Hardback)
    Paul Anderson
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  • Ghosts of My Life (Paperback)
    Mark Fisher
    Collected essays on popular culture by a major critic.
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  • Modern Life (Hardback)
    Jean Jullien
    Based on observations of daily life, French artist Jean J...
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  • Life's Too Short (Paperback)
    Val McDermid
    What does it feel like to drive a lorry that's out of con...
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    Paul Feeney
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    Abbi Jacobson
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    Denmark is officially the happiest nation on Earth, so wh...
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  • 1966 (Hardback)
    Jon Savage
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  • Girls Will be Girls (Paperback)
    Emer O'Toole
    Change the way you think about gender and feminism forever.
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