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The Passage Home to Meuse

by Gail Noble-Sanderson

The year is 1923 and the world continues its recovery from the ravages of World War I.  In this second historical novel in the "Meuse Trilogy", MARIE DURANT CHAGALL, now 27 years old, continues her own journey...


Anne Bonny the Infamous Female Pirate

by Phillip Thomas Tucker

  • Not all pirates are men, nor are all damsels in distress. Here is the true saga of Irish born Anne Bonny, "Golden Age" pirate of the 18th Century Caribbean.

  • Hollywood has tried numerous times to reproduce Anne,...

  • Haunting History: For a Deconstructive Approach to the Past

    by Ethan Kleinberg

    This book argues for a deconstructive approach to the past by looking at deconstruction's impact on American historians and then presenting an alternative hauntological theory and method of history influenced...


    Haunting History

    by Ethan Kleinberg

    This book argues for a deconstructive approach to the practice and writing of history at a moment when available forms for writing and publishing history are undergoing radical transformation. To do so, it explores...


    Khartoum at Night

    by Marie Grace Brown

    In the first half of the twentieth century, a pioneering generation of young women exited their homes and entered public space, marking a new era for women's civic participation in northern Sudan. A provocative...


    Banbury: A History

    by Brian Little

    Banbury boasts a busy and eventful history. The author draws on earlier accounts, but more so on his own extensive research into unpublished records, and the recent archaeological investigations, in this entertaining...


    The Detroit Neighborhood Guidebook

    by Aaron Foley

    Detroiters think that they know the neighborhoods, but because there are so many parts to the city the definitions become too broad, the characteristics become muddled, and the stories become lost. The essays...


    African Game Trails

    by Theodore Roosevelt

    The twenty-sixth president of the United States was also a world-renowned hunter, conservationist, soldier, and scholar. In 1908 he took a long safari holiday in East Africa with his son Kermit. His account...


    I Could See Nothing: Settling West Texas

    by Mary Lou Crump Koehler & Lou Anna Koehler

    "Howdy, folks. This story starts back in 1886, in Henrietta, Texas. My name is Bob and I was six years old back then..." Thus speaks Bob Crump, the author's father, as he begins to describe the family's move...


    Tommies: The British Army in the Trenches

    by John Sadler & Rosie Serdiville

    The Casemate Short History Series presents readable and entertaining introductions to military history topics.

    British soldiers have been known as Tommies for centuries, but the nickname is particularly associated...


    Fighter Aces: Knights of the Skies

    by John Sadler & Rosie Serdville

    The Casemate Short History Series presents readable and entertaining introductions to military history topics.

    Just over a decade after the first successful powered flight, fearless pioneers were flying over...


    Big Guns: Artillery on the Battlefield

    by Angus Konstam

    The Casemate Short History Series presents readable and entertaining introductions to military history topics.

    Over seven centuries the artillery piece has evolved from a status symbol to one of the most deadly...


    Tanks: A Century of Tank Warfare

    by Oscar E. Gilbert & Romain Cansiere

    The Casemate Short History Series presents readable and entertaining introductions to military history topics.

    Today tanks are synonymous with the modern army; imposing, essential pieces of high-technology equipment,...


    Alternative War

    by J.J. Patrick

    In Alternative War, former police officer turned investigative journalist James Patrick tackles Russian interference in the UK's Brexit referendum and the US election of President Donald Trump head-on, exposing...


    Secret Weapons of World War II

    by Gerald Pawle

    "This was a secret war, whose battles were lost or won unknown to the public … No such warfare had ever been waged by mortal men."

    SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL

    The Second World War, Vol. II


    A New History of Yachting

    by Mike Bender

    This book, by a leading expert in the field, is the first major history of yachting for over a quarter of a century. Setting developments within political, social and economic changes, the book tellsthe story...


    Alternative War

    by J.J. Patrick

    In Alternative War, former police officer turned investigative journalist James Patrick tackles Russian interference in the UK's Brexit referendum and the US election of President Donald Trump head-on, exposing...


    Inclusion in the American Military: A Force for Diversity

    by Michael D. Matthews, Morten G. Ender, David Rohall & Judith E. Rosenstein et al.

    This book provides an updated overview of the ways that diversity has been addressed in the military over the last 200 years by taking a closer look at particular forms of diversity including race, ethnicity,...


    Command Missions

    by Lucian K. Truscott

    Command Missions is a fascinating account of Truscott’s journey through the Second World War, in which he recounts his fellow soldiers’ exploits, the co-operation and at times tense relationships between...


    LIGHT ON A DARK SECRET - Interracial love and relationships under the repressive regime of Apartheid

    by Glynnis Hayward

    Insightful, Revealing and Shocking!

    A glimpse of what it was truly like to live and love across the colour bar  under the repressive regime of Apartheid.

     In 1982, Fran Walker was born in California and given...