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Niall Ferguson Niall Ferguson is a British historian now based in the United States, where he is the Laurence A Tisch Professor at Harvard. He was born in Glasgow in 1965 and educated there and at Oxford University. His books include the best-selling Empire, The Ascent of Money and Civilization. He is currently at work on the official life of Henry Kissinger.

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Kindle Single: Reporting In 2013 a group of heavily armed terrorists stormed a shopping mall in Nairobi. The world watched in horror as the gunmen held the mall for three days, slaughtering 67 people and wounding hundreds more--while the Kenyan authorities dithered in response. Was this attack a terrible one-off, or the first of many more to come? Intelligence expert Roger Howard reports.
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Kindle Single: History Summer 1945. With Germany defeated, the Allies turned their full attention to the remaining enemy, Japan. The United States now had a secret weapon – the Atomic bomb. A committee of American scientists, military brass and civil servants convened to decide how to use this weapon of unprecedented destructive power. A riveting account of the choices made that changed the world.
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Kindle Single: Society No one likes to grow old. But ageing can be delayed--for decades, not just years. In this startling and original Kindle Single, Sir Muir Gray explains that by focusing on four key areas–cardiovascular health, muscular strength, suppleness, and mental activity–anyone can defer decline until their nineties. A revolutionary recipe from one of the world's leading medical authorities.
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Kindle Single: Essays & Ideas The Orange Prize-winning novelist Linda Grant has always loved books. But then she moved to smaller quarters and realized something had to go. That ‘something’ was several thousand volumes, which represented most of Grant’s library and much of her life. A wry and highly entertaining account of the mixed emotions engendered by The Battle of the Books
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Kindle Single: Humour The English may outnumber the Scots by 10:1, but the Scots have always held their own with their neighbours. Susan Morrison traces the long history of a relationship that's sometimes friendly, often hostile, and always competitive. A wonderfully informative and highly entertaining read about one of the world's great rivalries.
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Kindle Single: The World Stage As the Rwandan genocide of 1994 began, thousands of its Tutsi victims ran for protection to the Catholic Church, only to find no refuge there – just indifference or, appallingly, active collusion with the murdering forces. Chris McGreal reports on the Church’s complicity in one of the worst atrocities of our age.
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Kindle Single: The Sciences The 1960s remain famous for their social and cultural revolutions, but colossal changes were also occurring in science. The writer Tim Radford describes how little-known advances in plate tectonics, cosmology (proof of the Big Bang), satellite communications, and the development of smallpox vaccines transformed the world--and our understanding of it. A fascinating account of a 'hidden revolution.'
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Kindle Single: Arts & Entertainment In a Kindle Single exclusive, the writer Alexander Waugh launches an explosive attack on the 'Shakespeare Establishment'. Throughout an essay that is part polemic and part play itself, Waugh argues that it is simply not credible that an "illiterate butcher’s apprentice" from Stratford-upon-Avon wrote the world’s most famous plays.
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Kindle Single: Profiles Adolph Hitler will always be associated with the tragedies of the Second World War, but the seeds of his destructive powers were sown years before. Paul Ham examines the early life of Nazi Germany's leader--from his troubled boyhood to his experiences as a dispatch runner in the First World War. A fascinating account, highly recommended.
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