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The most popular Reportage & collected journalism books currently available. Updated weekly.
Headlines and Hedgerows: A Memoir
Windrush Betrayal: Exposing the Hostile Environment
It was only through Amelia Gentleman's tenacious investigative and campaigning journalism that it emerged that thousands were in Paulette's position. In The Windrush Betrayal, Gentleman tells the story of the scandal and exposes deeply disturbing truths about modern Britain.
On Fire: The Burning Case for a Green New Deal
Outlaw Ocean: Crime and Survival in the Last Untamed Frontier
'Just incredible' NAOMI KLEIN*** NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER *** LONGLISTED FOR THE BAILLIE GIFFORD PRIZE ***The Outlaw Ocean is a riveting, adrenalin-fuelled tour of a vast, lawless and rampantly criminal world that few have ever seen: the high seas.
Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup
The shocking true story of the biggest corporate fraud since Enron, a gripping cautionary tale set amid the bold promises and gold-rush frenzy of Silicon Valley.
Shooting the Darkness: Iconic Images of the Troubles and the Stories of the Photographers Who Took Them
Based on the acclaimed documentary by Broadstone Films, this landmark book presents the stories of seven photographers whose images captured the most important events of the Troubles. They talk about the photographs they took - how they got the shot; what it cost them to take the photograph; and reflect on whether it was worth it.
Illustrated Police News: The Shocks, Scandals and Sensations of the Week 1864-1938
The Illustrated Police News provided an affordable illustrated roundup of `all the startling events of the week' from its first issue published on 20th February 1864. Led by the newspaper's bombastic imagery from the Library's archive, this new book revels in the infamy and social significance behind the exuberant headlines of this periodical.
March of the Lemmings: Brexit in Print and Performance 2016-2019
Until the 29 March, 2019, when it would all definitely be over. Drawing on three years of newspaper columns, a complete transcript of the Content Provider stand-up show, and Lee's caustic footnote commentary, March of the Lemmings is the scathing, riotous record the Brexit era deserves.
And Thank You For Watching: Extraordinary Stories from a Veteran News Journalist
A thrilling and generous account of dodged bullets and frontline reporting.
Footnotes in Gaza
Rafah, a town at the southernmost tip of the Gaza Strip, is a squalid place. Seemingly a footnote to a long history of killing, that day in Rafah - coldblooded massacre or dreadful mistake - reveals the competing truths that have come to define an intractable war.
Chasing the Scream: The Search for the Truth About Addiction
Lifespan of a Fact: Now a Broadway Play
A laugh-out-loud literary duel between a liberty-taking writer and his steadfast fact-checker.
Piers of the Homeless Night
London Labour and the London Poor
An account of life below the margins in the greatest Metropolis in the world and a portrait of the habits, tastes, amusements, appearance, speech, humour, earnings and opinions of the labouring poor at the time of the Great Exhibition.
Seduction and Betrayal
These magnetic essays are nothing less than a reckoning, dissecting relations between the sexes, women and writing, work and life. Hardwick's provocative essays were first published in 1974 and won loyal admiration from writers including Joan Didion, Susan Sontag, Cynthia Ozick, Derek Walcott, and Joyce Carol Oates.
Our Women on the Ground: Arab Women Reporting from the Arab World
Nineteen Arab women journalists speak out about what it's like to report on their changing homelands in this first-of-its-kind essay collection, with a foreword by CNN chief international anchor Christiane Amanpour.
Cost of These Dreams: Sports Stories and Other Serious Business
Damaged Goods: The Rise and Fall of Sir Philip Green (The Sunday Times Top 10 Bestseller)
Make It Scream, Make It Burn
Live Work Work Work Die: a journey into the savage heart of Silicon Valley
Africa: Altered States, Ordinary Miracles
Against Memoir
A queer countercultural icon opens up about all things artistic, radical and romantic. Winner of the PEN American Center essay prize.
Feel Free: Essays
Happy Reader - Issue 13
Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup
The shocking true story of the biggest corporate fraud since Enron, a gripping cautionary tale set amid the bold promises and gold-rush frenzy of Silicon Valley.
Optician of Lampedusa
New Odyssey: The Story of Europe's Refugee Crisis
Europe is facing a wave of migration unmatched since the end of World War II - and no one has reported on this crisis in more depth or breadth than the Guardian's migration correspondent, Patrick Kingsley.
Angry People in Local Newspapers
Myanmar's Enemy Within: Buddhist Violence and the Making of a Muslim 'Other'
As the darkness of military rule recedes, deep and violent fissures have opened between Myanmar's religious communities.
No Longer with Us: Encounters with Naim Attallah
This anthology by celebrated interviewer Naim Attallah takes in some of his most spectacular encounters with the leading lights of the past. With an introduction by Richard Ingrams.
Beekeeper of Sinjar: Rescuing the Stolen Women of Iraq
Nothing To Envy: Real Lives In North Korea
A spectacularly revealing and harrowing portrait of ordinary lives in the world's least ordinary country, North Korea. Newly updated in 2013
She Has Her Mother's Laugh: The Powers, Perversions, and Potential of Heredity
Award-winning, celebrated New York Times columnist and science writer Carl Zimmer presents a history of our understanding of heredity in this sweeping, resonating overview of a force that shaped human society - a force set to shape our future even more radically.
Reporting the Troubles: Journalists Tell Their Stories of the Northern Ireland Conflict
This landmark book is a history of the Troubles told by the journalists who were on the ground from the beginning, and including many of the biggest name in journalism for the last fifty years. Raw, thought provoking and profoundly moving, Reporting the Troubles is an extraordinary act of remembrance.
Mountain that Eats Men
The haunting story of Cerro Rico, a centuries old mining mountain on the verge of collapse.
Scribbler in Soho: A Celebration of Auberon Waugh
A fitting tribute to the acerbic wit and incisive commentary of one of Britain's finest post-war journalists.
No Is Not Enough: Defeating the New Shock Politics
Great Firewall of China: How to Build and Control an Alternative Version of the Internet
Exposing the world's biggest and most sophisticated system of internet censorship
Times 50 Greatest Football Matches
The Times opens its sporting archives to compile the definitive list of football's greatest matches
And Thank You For Watching: Extraordinary Stories from a Veteran News Journalist
In this candid and revealing memoir, award-winning foreign correspondent and anchorman Mark Austin reveals the stories behind the headlines.
Love Falls On Us: A Story of American Ideas and African LGBT Lives
A moving investigation that exposes the impact of international intervention, both joyful and tragic, on the lives of African sexual minorities and their loved ones
Passion: Football and the Story of Modern Turkey
The explosive international bestseller uncovering one of Naples' most notorious organized criminal gangs.
Miami and the Siege of Chicago: An Informal History of the Republican and Democratic Conventions of 1968
Creative Writer's Notebook: 20 Great Authors & 70 Writing Exercises
Bitch Doctrine: Essays for Dissenting Adults
Best of A. A. Gill
A selection of the very best writing by A. A. Gill, 'by miles the most brilliant journalist of our age' (Lynn Barber).
Lights In The Distance: Exile and Refuge at the Borders of Europe
In this remarkable book, Daniel Trilling explores the human experience of the 'refugee crisis' by following their journeys, by considering what keeps them going, as they reach Europe's frontiers, and after.
Short Walks from Bogota: Journeys in the new Colombia
For decades, Colombia was the 'narcostate'. Now it's seen as one of the rising stars of the global economy. Where does the truth lie? How did a land likened to paradise by the first conquistadores become a byword for hell on earth? And how is it rebuilding itself after decades of violence?