Edited by Andrew Whitehead and Jerry White
(Five Leaves, £14.99)
If you like your police procedurals to be thoroughly British - and stuffed cover to cover with them - then I recommend Separated At Death by JJ Salkeld (currently only available as an e-book, £1.53).
The extreme adverse effects of climate change, once predicted to occur late this century, are now approaching much sooner and in this book Paul Harris outlines the reasons why governments are failing to take effective action in averting catastrophe.
Fans of Nicholas Shaxson's 2011 bestseller Treasure Islands may be miffed by the lack of a sweeping historical narrative in this book, which he's co-authored with John Christensen.
Thatcher And Thatcherism is a book which tellingly details the grim actions of a politician consumed with class hatred
by Bonnie Honig
(Cambridge University Press, £18.99)
by Robb Gittins
(Y Lolfa, £8.95)
Cultural theorist Slavoj Zizek's ego is like Marmite - either you are captivated by it or you are not.
In his latest work on the Philippines, Ken Fuller turns his attention to the country's fundamental weakness - its long-term inability to create the solid economic foundations of a truly independent state.