It's another busy month here at Biteback. We've got France's fastest-selling book, the Provocations series edited by Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, and Alan Cochrane's indy ref diaries... It's like Christmas has come early!
By Valérie Trierweiler, translated by Clèmence Sebag
The French exposé has arrived. Valérie Trierweiler’s recounts her tempestuous relationship with President François Hollande in Thank You For This Moment. Upon release in France it created a political storm, revealing explicit details about the President’s personal life which led to a massive downturn is his approval ratings. France’s fastest-selling book ever, this enthralling tale of love and betrayal is now available in English for the first time.
By Alan Cochrane
Alan Cochrane documents his role in the hard-fought battle to keep Britain united in these eye-opening diaries. Recording the three year run up to the referendum, Cochrane spares no one in this shocking and insightful new book.
By Yasmin Alibhai-Brown
In the first of the groundbreaking Provocations series, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, argues the importance of refusing the veil as a legitimate choice for women and writes compellingly about reclaiming female human rights and liberties.
By Zoe Williams
In The Madness of Modern Parenting, Zoe Williams calls into question all contemporary parenting discussions and public policy, and confronts the maddening issue of whether the modern day quest for the ultimate upbringing can ever really succeed.
By Peter York
Politicians nowadays are often told they must be authentic. They’re told to be the everyday man or woman, they should – like Harold Wilson once claimed – prefer their salmon tinned rather than smoked, ‘with vinegar’. Peter York claims it is a farce, but that it isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
By Damian McBride
The author of the Sunday Times Bestseller Power Trip returns with this collection from his widely acclaimed blog. True to form, Damian McBride is candid and pulls no punches in his views on British politics and its figures, inciting controversy and laughter, as well as important discussion.
By Robin Renwick
Can Hillary Clinton make history and become the first female President of the United States? What can we expect if she does successfully assume the highest office in the world? What is she really like? Robin Renwick, British ambassador during the Clintons’ time in the White House, seeks to answer these questions and more in this invaluable insight into one of the most divisive figures in recent US political history.
By Peter Lloyd
Peter Lloyd unashamedly confronts everything it means to be a modern man in this comically frank and enlightening handbook. Covering a variety of topics from sex to suffragents, divorce to lads' mags, Lloyd informs and reassures men everywhere that they are not alone.
All these books will be available as part of our two week price promise, so don't miss out!