Books published by Duckworth

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J H Brennan explores the relationship of man and the spirit world from prehistory to the present day in Whisperers.

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In The Ice-Cold Heaven, 17-year-old Merce Blackboro leaves home to pursue his fortune on a merchant ship bound for South America.

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With Baz Luhrman's Hollywood adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's iconic novel The Great Gatsby hitting cinemas, a flurry of related books are hitting the market in response. R. Clifton Spargo's novel is just one of these.

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The number of people living alone has soared over the past century and there are now more people living alone than ever before.

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Do you ever think about the water you drink and the process it has undergone before it reaches your tap or, perhaps, bottle?

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Gravity is so ubiquitous, both physically and notionally, that it’s very easy to take it for granted.

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The Arthur Conan Doyle who created the arch-rationalist Sherlock Holmes seems at odds with the one who was not only convinced by the ‘Cottingley Fairies’ affair, but also became an ardent believer in, and defender of, Spiritualism.

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Prairie Fever rests on the arresting juxtaposition of the adventurous British aristocracy of the 1830s with the vast and unsettled American wilderness.

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Delving into the intriguing world of the samurai, Hiroaki Sato explores the myths surrounding Japan’s mysterious warriors, and attempts to reveal the truth that inspired the legends. 

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