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New non-fiction for December 2014

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Travelling to Infinity: The True Story Behind the Theory of Everything by Jane Hawking

Travelling to Infinity: The True Story Behind the Theory of Everything by Jane Hawking

Travelling to Infinity: The True Story Behind the Theory of Everything by Jane Hawking

Jane Hawking chronicles her relationship with her ex-husband Stephen Hawking, from his early development of ALS to his success in physics.

The round robin letters: the ultimate collection of Christmas letters by Simon Hoggart

The round robin letters: The ultimate collection of Christmas letters by Simon Hoggart

Quirky collection of unwanted letters, booklets and photo-montages. This book brings together his two collections, The Cat that Could Open the Fridge and The Hamster that Loved Puccini.

Magna Carta by Dan Jones

Magna Carta by Dan Jones

This year the Magna Carta came to Bury St Edmunds where crowds came from all over Suffolk and to view it. Here, the Magna Carta is set in the political context of its time, showing the circumstances of its signing, and an analysis of its long-lasting political legacy.

Suffolk by Robert Leader

Suffolk by Robert Leader

Suffolk’s darker side of history is explored in this volume of the Bloody British History series. Everything from Viking attacks to Zeppelin raids.

Fundraising ideas: plan and run events to raise money for good causes by Molly Russell

Fundraising ideas: plan and run events to raise money for good causes by Molly Russell

Tackling a fundraising event seems a daunting task to many – however, Molly Russell’s light hearted approach shows that with careful planning, a little hard work and a good sense of humour, fundraising can be fun!

Not My Father’s Son by Alan Cumming (eBook)

Not My Father's Son by Alan Cumming

Powerful story from actor Alan Cumming uncovering the devastating secrets of his family history.

Ups and Downs of a Lockkeeper by Jack Kavanagh (eBook)

Ups and Downs of a Lockkeeper by Jack Kavanagh

Humourous and light-hearted look at the lock-keeper’s job, be it a rural little lock on the canals, or an ultra-modern affair at a huge marina.

Brandon King

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