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    Last Team Out of Kabul: Surrounded by the Taliban

    €12.50
    In 2021, former Royal Marine Commando H. Collins was leading a diplomatic security team protecting the Japanese Embassy in Kabul when the chaotic evacuation of US and other forces from Afghanistan began. Left behind in a city filled with Taliban fighters and seeking extraction, this is his dramatic story.

    End of Innocence: The Untold Stories Behind the Victims of Child Killer Robert Black

    €12.50
    The first in a series of true crime books taking a fresh look at the victims, their families and the investigations behind unresolved, infamous cold cases

    Sorry For Your Loss: What working with the dead taught me about life

    €11.25
    Haunting, uplifting and informative, with many moments of laughter - a year in the life of a mortuary assistant

    Cannibal Killers: Monsters with a Taste for Murder

    €11.25
    Murderers who eat the people they kill have existed throughout human history, but until the advent of the Internet they operated in the shadows, governed by shame and secrecy. Online, they can now find not only their next victim, but other like-minded monsters

    The Wonderful World of Jeremy Clarkson: My life on the road with Jeremy

    €11.25
    A further peek behind the scenes of Jeremy Clarkson's rock 'n' roll world tour

    Inside the Mind of John Wayne Gacy: The Real-Life Killer Clown

    €12.50
    A chilling, incisive look into the mind of real-life 'Killer Clown' John Wayne Gacy

    Tales and Tails of a Yorkshire Vet

    €25.00
    The nation's best-loved vet looks back at the funniest, most absurd or heart-breaking animal encounters and situations he has been in over his long and highly successful career.

    Frank Sinatra and the Mafia Murders

    €12.50
    Drawing on recently released secret files, an astonishing look at the extent to which Frank Sinatra's life and career were inextricably linked with the Mafia, and how a number of innocent people died, simply because they knew Sinatra, or had upset him.

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