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This Mortal Coil

"I Heard You Paint Houses", Updated Edition: Frank "The Irishman" Sheeran & Closing the Case on Jimmy Hoffa

by Charles Brandt

Updated with a 57-page Conclusion by the author that features new, independent corroboration of Frank Sheeran's revelations about the killing of Jimmy Hoffa, the killing of Joey Gallo and the murder of JFK,...


Being British: Our Once And Future Selves

by Chris Parish

How liberals can discover and be part of a new post-traditional story and feel proud of being British.


The Tudor Brandons: Mary and Charles - Henry VIII's Nearest & Dearest

by Sarah-Beth Watkins

The Life and Times of Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon.


Wampum: How Indian Tribes, the Mafia, and an Inattentive Congress Invented Indian Gaming and Created a $28 Billion Gambling Empire

by Donald Craig Mitchell

The never-before-told story of Indian Casinos in America

In 2015, 239 Indian tribes operated 478 casinos, high-stakes bingo halls, and other gambling facilities on Indian reservations in 28 states that collectively...


The Published Writings of Wilbur and Orville Wright

by Peter L. Jakab & Rick Young

For the first time, nearly seventy of Wilbur and Orville Wright's published writings are brought together in a single, annotated reference. Spanning the decades from the brothers' turn-of-the-century experiments...


White Trash: The 400-Year Untold History of Class in America

by Nancy Isenberg

"White Trash will change the way we think about our past and present."

—T.J. Stiles, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Custer's Trials

In her groundbreaking history of the class system in America, extending...


1966 And Not All That

by Mark Perryman

A unique 50th anniversary collection of superlative writing and new football thinking. A first-ever oral history of ’66 combined with match reports provided by writers from each of the countries England played,...


The Last Communard: Adrien Lejeune, the Unexpected Life of a Revolutionary

by Gavin Bowd

The story of an unexpected hero

The Last Communard offers a brilliant, striking portrait of revolutionary Europe through a remarkable personal story.

In 1871, Adrien Lejeune fought on the barricades of the Paris...


Twenty Letters to a Friend

by Svetlana Alliluyeva

In this riveting, New York Times-bestselling memoir—first published by Harper in 1967—Svetlana Alliluyeva, subject of Rosemary Sullivan’s critically acclaimed biography, Stalin’s Daughter, describes...


19 Nations 21 Lies: Time to get uncomfortable

by Puneet Singla & Gaurav Singla

This book attempts to bring the philosophy of Capitalism to a level, where any common citizen can understand it. Over the years, a lot of euphemism has crept into our public lives, our intellectuals have hardly...


The Handy State-by-State Answer Book: Faces, Places, and Famous Dates for All Fifty States

by Samuel Willard Crompton

How did colonies, territories, and land purchases shape the United States of America? What differences—and similarities—are there between the states? What does each state bring to the union? From sea to shining...


The Last Road North: A Guide to the Gettysburg Campaign, 1863

by Dan Welch

"“I thought my men were invincible,” admitted Robert E. Lee.

A string of battlefield victories through 1862 had culminated in the spring of 1863 with Lee’s greatest victory yet: the battle of Chancellorsville....


Rome Spreads Her Wings: Territorial Expansion Between the Punic Wars

by Gareth Sampson

The two decades between the end of the First Punic War and the beginning of the Second represent a key period in the development of Rome’s imperial ambitions, both within Italy and beyond. Within Italy, Rome...


The Victoria Crosses that Saved an Empire: The Story of the VCs of the Indian Mutiny

by Brian Best

The Indian Mutiny struck at the very heart of the British Empire. If India was lost the whole edifice of British domination across its colonies was in jeopardy. Everything was at stake, Britain’s leading role...


German Night Fighters Versus Bomber Command 1943-1945

by Martin W Bowman

This new volume from Martin Bowman examines the closing years of the Second World War, as the tide turned against the German and Axis forces. It includes riveting first-hand accounts from German fighter pilots...


Indians, Alcohol, and the Roads to Taos and Santa Fe

by William E. Unrau

Santa Fe Trail Association Award of Merit

In the culture of the American West, images abound of Indians drunk on the white man's firewater, a historical stereotype William Unrau has explored in two previous books....


600 Years in the Making

by Helen Rawson

This guidebook presents stunning highlights from the treasures of the University of St Andrews collection, revealing objects from around the world and from ancient times to the present day. Featuring specially...


Churchill's Legacy

by Alan Watson

Churchill's Legacy describes how Churchill wielded his influence in post-war politics to enable the restoration of Europe through two key speeches in 1946. Having first helped bring victory to the Allies in...