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The Ismay Line: The Titanic, the White Star Line and the Ismay Family

by Wilton J. Oldham

The Ismay Line charts the rise and fall of one of the most eminent British shipping companies - and tells the story of the family behind it. The founder of the White Star Line, T H Ismay, pioneered a revolutionary...


Carnival of Dreams

by Josephine Scott

When the staff of a hotel in a sleepy seaside resort decide to turn room 101 into a room where dreams come true; they little know what they are about to unleash on themselves! Repressed desires and strange tastes...


Sterling

by Robert Cameron

Meet Robert Cameron. 'Cam' trained as a covert military operator for the British Army. A hardened ex-Special Forces veteran of Sierra Leone and other major actions including UK counter-terrorism operations....


A Shaky Do: The Skoda Works Raid 16/17th April 1943

by Peter Cunliffe

A Shaky do-The Skoda works raid 16/17th April 1943, is a detailed account of a Bomber Command raid on the Skoda arms factory at Plzen Czechoslovakia. The book gives numerous personal accounts by veterans who...


Tap Once for Yes: Messages from Beyond Death

by Jacquie Parton

You will read in these pages a hugely inspiring and joyful account of survival. This narrative presents extremely strong evidence that the human spirit lives beyond physical death and is able to communicate...


A Philosopher and Appeasement: R.G. Collingwood and the Second World War

by Peter Johnson

This book is volume one of a two-part series. Taken together, the two volumes of A Philosopher at War examine the political thought of the philosopher and archaeologist, R.G. Collingwood, against the background...


From a 'Necessary Evil' to the Art of Contingency: Michael Oakeshott's Conception of Political Activity

by Suvi Soininen

This book presents a comprehensive study of Oakeshott's conception of political activity. The author first examines Oakeshott in the contexts of liberal, conservative and Idealist thought, and then presents...


Education! Education! Education!

by Stephen Prickett & Patricia Erskine-Hill

The essays in this book criticise the new positivism in education policy, whereby education is systematically reduced to those things that can be measured by so-called 'objective' tests. School curricula have...


The Certainty of Uncertainty: Dialogues Introducing Constructivism

by Bernhard Poerksen

Nothing that can be said is independent of us. Whatever can be said is coloured by our dreams and aspirations, by the way our brain works, by human nature and human culture. Whoever claims to know or to observe...


Sovereignty: History and Theory

by Raia Prokhovnik

This innovative research monograph on sovereignty argues that the historical examination of the concept and the conceptual analysis of sovereignty are interdependent. The book engages with and makes a significant...


In Defence of Modernity: Vision and Philosophy in Michael Oakeshott

by Efraim Podoksik

Although Oakeshott's philosophy has received considerable attention, the vision which underlies it has been almost completely ignored. This vision, which is rooted in the intellectual debates of his epoch, cements...


The Business of Writing: Writing Non-Fiction for Successful Publication

by Philip Wylie

If you apply the guidelines contained in this e-book without taking any shortcuts, you will get your non-fiction book published. Note: this guarantee applies only to non-fiction guidebooks except personal memoirs...


The Luckiest Man Dead: What Price Would You Pay for the Best Year of Your Life?

by Cash Morgan

Private eye Cash Morgan is hired to investigate the death of Roddy Crane, a university student, at the end of his first year, living with three beautiful women. His death has been ruled as suicide by the police...


Don't Know Much About Literature

by Kenneth C. Davis

From Homer to Harry Potter, from Chaucer to Charlotte's Web, acompelling book of quizzes on history's most influential literary worksand writers

  • Did a whale named "Mocha Dick" inspire Melville's masterpiece?
  • Who...


No Place Like Home: And Other Short Stories

by Angela Gascoigne

That scratching on the window, late at night when you're all alone in bed, is it really just the wind or a long dead spirit stopping by to say hello? Here we have a collection of twelve short stories in a variety...


Missing Louise: A Missing Backpacker, a Body and a Mystery Buried in the Revolution

by Nicholas Frankcom

Louise Pemberton goes missing backpacking in South East Asia.  With no leads there is only one person left who can possibly help.  Her ex-boyfriend. Set against the magnificent backdrop of Thailand and Laos,...


"Lucky" Little Strikes Out

by Toni Richards

Born into an ordinary working class family, William James Little would have expected to live an ordinary life. A childhood accident left him unable to join in the usual outdoor sporting activities, but a couple...


101 Amazing Sherlock Holmes Facts

by Jack Goldstein & Jimmy Russell

Are you a fan of Sherlock Holmes? Do you want to know some incredible trivia about the world's greatest detective? Whether it is Benedict Cumberbatch in the BBC's Sherlock that you enjoy, or Robert Downey Junior's...


A Bed in the Sticks

by Lee Dunne

A Bed in the sticks, Lee Dunne's sequel to Goodbye to the Hill opens with the hero, Paddy Maguire returning to Ireland after a short and dismal sojourn to England. He is bowed but undeaten and with his usual...


The Assassin and His Sister: A Comedy of Murders

by William Stafford

Italy during the Renaissance and Sparafucile and his sister strive to make a living bumping off any unfortunate rich man who happens across their path. The trouble is: as an assassin, Sparafucile is not what...