Non-fiction

Japan Calling

Vahram Muratyan

Inspired by Vahram Muratyan’s lifelong curiosity about Japanese culture and informed by his travels, Japan Calling is a vivid exploration of the country, from Tokyo to Kyoto, from Osaka to Okinawa. Mu…


How to Speak Whale

Tom Mustill

In 2015, wildlife filmmaker Tom Mustill was whale watching when a humpback breached onto his kayak and nearly killed him. A video clip of the event went viral, and Tom found himself inundated with the…


Animal Liberation Now

Peter Singer

One of the most influential books of the past half century, Peter Singer’s Animal Liberation has only grown in relevance and popularity since its original publication in 1975. Named one of Time magazi…


The Listening Service

Tom Service

Based on his critically-acclaimed BBC Radio 3 programme The Listening Service, in which Tom Service takes an idea on an ear-opening and mind-expanding walk through the musical landscape every week, th…


The Master of Murder

Sophie Bonnet

From 1990s until 2018, Alexandre Despallières raged through Paris’s showbiz nightlife, and beyond, to Sydney, London, and Los Angeles. He would swindle his often famous lovers for all he could, and po…


The Gotti Wars

John Gleeson

Nicknamed “The Teflon Don” for his uncanny ability to beat criminal charges, Gotti dominated tabloids throughout the world, becoming a household name in 1986 when he was featured on the cover of Time…


The Little Book of Big Ethical Questions

Susan Liautaud

Does a child have the right to take away their elderly parent’s car keys? Are you obligated to help your neighbor? Should voting be mandatory? The best conversations are the ones that tackle the big,…


House + Love = Home

Jenny and Dave Marrs

In House + Love = Home, Jenny and Dave Marrs will tell stories from their family life in their century old farmhouse. They will also share advice and their value-centered approach to house design that…


Codependent No More

Melody Beattie

Melody Beattie’s compassionate and insightful look into codependency—the concept of losing oneself in the name of helping another— has helped millions of readers understand that they are powerless to…


Home/Land

Rebecca Mead

When New Yorker writer Rebecca Mead relocated to her birth city, London, with her family in the summer of 2018 she was both fleeing the political situation in America and seeking to expose her son to…