New Books

Frontline Ukraine

Events in Ukraine has brought the world to the brink of a new Cold War. The first full account of the ongoing crisis, Frontline Ukraine explains the origins, developments and global significance of the battle for Crimea.

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My Way:
A Muslim Woman's Journey

Exploring love and sex, multiculturalism and diversity, Mona Siddiqui applies a uniquely probing intelligence to crucial issues of faith and identity within society at large.

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Leningrad 1943

As the sole British correspondent to have been in Leningrad during the blockade, Alexander Werth presents a moving eye-witness account of one of World War II's most pivotal events.

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Lewis Carroll:
The Man and His Circle

Lewis Carroll remains a source of continuing fascination, and in this major new biography Edward Wakeling resolves some of the key myths that have surround him.

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City of the Dream

From William Burroughs and Paul Bowles to Truman Capote and Tennesse Williams, Iain Finlayson explores Tangier's legendary literary scene in this witty and enthralling guide.

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The Kurds of Iraq

Who are Iraq’s Kurds? Mahir Aziz goes inside Iraqi Kurdistan to meet the people now on the front line in the war against the Islamic State.

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New Releases

The Violence of the Image

See a complete list of all our exciting new titles being published later this month.

JQ-Wingate Prize

Scattered Ghosts

Nick Barlay's Scattered Ghosts has been longlisted for this year's JQ-Wingate Prize.

Critics' Choice

Lara Pawson

Lara Pawson fearlessly unfolds the events of a forgotten atrocity in Angola.

Seasonal Sale

Seasonal Sale

Until 19 December, we are offering 40% off some of our biggest releases of 2014.

Books of the Year

Kerry Brown

The New Emperors, The Secret World and more feature in Spectator's books of 2014.

Writers on the Rock

Gibraltar Literary Festival 2014

Iain Finlayson and John Hopkins gathered on the rock at this year's Gibraltar Literary Festival.