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Paul Carr The Kings of the Road Club

The bizarre true story of what happens when you stop worrying about where you live and start concentrating on how you live In February 2008, failed entrepreneur, struggling journalist and confirmed loser Paul Carr walked out of his London flat for the last time and caught a flight to New York. By combining a few basic principles of entrepreneurship with some breathtaking feats of blagging, he realised he was able to double his quality of life by simply abandoning the idea of domestic stability. This is the story of what happened when his month-long experiment turned into a full-time globe-trotting obsession. Former Guardian media columnist Paul Carr is a founding member of the Kings of the Road Club.

Autobiography, Travel Trade Paperback November £12.99 256pp 234 x 153mm 978 0 297 85929 1 Markets: World XUSA USA & Translation: United Agents; Serial: W&N


Russel Joffe, Hugo Arnold The Giraffe Family Cookbook

Relaxed family food with global influences Nobody understands relaxed home cooking in quite the same way as the family friendly Giraffe restaurant chain, which prides itself on minimum fuss and maximum enjoyment of cross-cultural foods. This book, based on the dishes served in the restaurants is accessible, yet eclectic, and easily adapted for varied tastes and will show readers how easy it can be to prepare healthy and nutritious meals that will please kids and adults alike. Russel Joffe founded Giraffe in 1998 after successfully launching and growing Café Flo. He lives in London. Hugo Arnold is the author of several food books including The Wagamama Cookbook. He lives in Dublin and London W2.

Cookery, Food & Drink Cased November £14.99 144pp 245 x 185mm Colour illustrations throughout 978 0 297 85662 7 Markets: W orld USA, T ranslation & Serial: W&N