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Beloved Warrior: The Rise and Fall of Alexis Argnello

William D. Pawley: The Extraordinary Life of the Adventurer, Entrepreneur, and Diplomat Who Cofounded the Flying Tigers

The Mosquito Story

by Martin W Bowman

The Mosquito was for many the perfect synthesis of power and beauty and arguably the most versatile of all Allied aircraft built during the Second World War. No on in authority would believe that a small, unarmed...


The Mini Story

by Giles Chapman

Very few cars inspire as much affection as the original Mini. It’s the small car everyone loves to eulogise because it oozes energetic fun, classless minimalism and evergreen style.

But it’s also of massive...


The Hunter Story

by Martin W Bowman

One of the world's greatest aircraft, for three decades pilots enthused about the Hunter and its smooth lines, Rolls-Royce Avon engine, outstanding handling characteristics and lively performance. Designed by...


The Hovercraft Story

by Ashley Hollebone

Motoring journalist Ashely Hollebone reveals for the first time the full story behind the hovercraft, a wonderful British invention that was created in a back shed from a rusty baked bean tin and an old hair...


The HMS Victory Story

by John Christopher

This is the story of Britain's most illustrious warship, immortalised as Admiral Lord Nelson's flagship in the Battle of Trafalgar. Constructed from the wood of over 6,000 trees, HMS Victory was designed as...


The Hercules Story

by Martin W Bowman

C-130 Hercules first flew in 1954, an easily maintained aircraft which entered service with the USAF Tactical Air Command. Ten years later the 'Charlie 130' was providing the essential logistical support in...


The Harrier Story

by Peter R March

The 'Jump-jet' was the world's first vertical/short take-off and landing operational jet aircraft (VSTOL). Developed using the revolutionary Pegasus engine, the Harrier has served the RAF and US Marine Corps...


The GWR Story

by Rosa Matheson

The Great Western Railway was engineering by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, planned to link London with the south-west and west of England. Enabled by Parliament in 1835, it soon became known as 'God's Wonderful Railway',...


The Black Cab Story

by Alf Townsend

In his new book, well-known London cabbie Alf Townsend tells us the complete story of the black cab, from its origins in the seventeenth century to the brand new taxis which now grace the capital's streets....


Office Administration for CSEC® Examinations

by Allison Trenfield Newsome & Colleen Walker

Office Administration for CSEC® Examinations is a comprehensive text for Caribbean students. This new, full-colour text from Macmillan offers comprehensive coverage of the latest CSEC® syllabus. It has been...


Military, Naval and Civil Airships Since 1783: The History and Development of the Dirigible Airship in Peace and War

by Daniel George Ridley-Kitts MBE

This book traces the development of the airship, relating the struggles of the early pioneers, from the Montgolfier brothers, and the parallel of the hydrogen balloon. Throughout the nineteenth century, 'Aeronauts'...


Behind Closed Doors

by Erik de Haan

A presentation of a dozen accounts from experienced executive coaches, this work connects theory with practice by showing what happens inside coaching relationships, and how these relationships can impact both...


Laughology: The science of laughter

by Stephanie Davies

A practical guide to using laughter and humour as a thinking skill to feel better and communicate more effectively. This book will explain simple techniques that will improve the reader’s ability to gain a...


England's Other Cathedrals

by Paul Jeffery

The greatest of England's cathedrals are widely considered the country's finest and most famous buildings. Few people realise, however, that in addition to thse outstanding buildings there are many others that...


The Workhouse Encyclopedia

by Peter Higginbotham

This fascinating, fully illustrated volume is the definitive guide to every aspect of workhouse life. Compiled by Peter Higginbotham, one of Britain's foremost experts on the subject, it covers everything from...


my favourite words, phrases, sentences, and paragraphs

by Victoria Miguel

 My favourite words, phrases, sentences, and paragraphs  comprises  a list of words, phases, and quotations accompanied by stories, anecdotes, and essays that explore the role of language and quotation as...


The Five-Minute Coach: Improving performance - rapidly

by Lynn Cooper & Mariette Castellino

The Five-Minute Coach offers a simple, step by step guide to how to coach – quickly and effortlessly – to get amazingly better results at work. Short, punchy and easy to read, the user can swiftly learn...


Four Thousand Lives Lost

by Alastair Walker

Over a period of four years, four ships were lost under different circumstances and 4,000 lives with them -- but one thing links them all: it was John Charles Bigham, Lord Mersey, who was appointed to head the...