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The Life of Anne Damer: Portrait of a Regency Artist

by Jonathan David Gross

The first biography of Anne Damer since 1908, The Life of Anne Damer: Portrait of a Regency Artist, by Jonathan Gross, draws on previously unpublished letters to explore the life and legacy of England’s first...


The Cook's Tale: Life Below Stairs as it Really Was

by Nancy Jackman & Tom Quinn

Praise for Lives of the Servants: `Reading this fascinating book is likely to unleash almost anyone?s Inner Bolshevik?!' Daily Mail `...a fascinating portrait of the drudgery and servility of a domestic's life.'...


The Maid's Tale: A Revealing Memoir of Life Below Stairs

by Rose Plummer & Tom Quinn

Praise for Lives of the Servants: `Reading this fascinating book is likely to unleash almost anyone?s Inner Bolshevik?!' Daily Mail `...a fascinating portrait of the drudgery and servility of a domestic's life.'...


David Weir: Extra Time - My Autobiography

by David Weir

David Weir's career is a tale of triumph on the pitch but also of victory over the assumption all top-level footballers are finished in their mid-30s. Weir, who turned 41 in May 2011, is the oldest outfield...


A Hard Day's Work

by Patricia Warren

When Patricia founded the Farmers and Country Bureau more than 30 years ago, she could never have envisaged that she would be responsible for bringing together thousands of people, hundreds of weddings and dozens...


Big Fat Gypsy Weddings

by Jim Nally

BIG FAT GYPSY WEDDINGS has been the most talked-about show on TV and delivered ratings almost as enormous as the frothy, bejewelled frocks its subjects wear. This book offers a window into the secret and surprising...


My Two Polish Grandfathers: And Other Essays on the Imaginative Life

by Witold Rybczynski

AWARD-WINNING AND CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED WRITER WITOLD RYBCZYNSKI DELIVERS A REVELATORY COLLECTION OF LINKED AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL ESSAYS -- PART MEMOIR, PART FAMILY HISTORY -- ABOUT THE UPHEAVALS OF EUROPEAN LIVES...


The Vet: The Big Wild World

by Luke Gamble

No longer a newbie vet, Luke Gamble takes over Pilgrims veterinary practice in Dorset and establishes an international veterinary charity, Worldwide Veterinary Service, which takes him across the world in defence...


The Vet: My Wild and Wonderful Friends

by Luke Gamble

Fresh out of university Luke joins a mixed practice in Dorset, run by the stern but benevolent Mr Spotswode and is quickly thrust into the real world of veterinary medicine: truculent farmers, out-of-hours-surgery,...


Scarred

by Sophie Andrews

Growing up, Sophie carried a terrible secret. She was her fathers slave, in the most horrific ways imaginable. At just a few months old she was adopted by a couple that seemed comfortably off and perfectly respectable...


At Her Majesty's Pleasure

by Robert Douglas

In the final instalment in his autobiographical trilogy, Robert Douglas takes us through the sixties and into the eighties with his memories of life as a prison officer, and, at the end of his career, as an...


Tales From the Country Matchmaker

by Patricia Warren

Since she founded the Farmers' and Country Bureau from her farmhouse in the Peak District more than twenty years ago, Patricia has been helping love blossom the length and breadth of rural England. She has hundreds...


A Friend Like Henry

by Nuala Gardner

This is the inspiring account of a family's struggle to break into their son's autistic world - and how a beautiful retreiver dog made the real difference.

Dale was still a baby when his parents realised that...


Year In The Sun

by Michael Vaughan

Described as the most exciting batsman to emerge since David Gower retired, Michael Vaughan provides a personal view of his own amazing acheivements during 2002. He also contemplates the controversy that surrounded...


Unbeaten

by Kim Woodburn

For Kim Woodburn finding fame in her 60s in the smash hit television series How Clean is Your House? with fellow dust-buster Aggie Mackenzie is like living a fairytale. Often she has simply wished that she had...


John

by Cynthia Lennon

Cynthia and John Lennon's relationship spanned ten crucial years of the Beatles phenomenon. But as well as new insight into the Beatles years, Cynthia has a compelling personal story of marriage, motherhood...


Speaking of Freedom: The Collected Speeches

by George H.W. Bush

Through the lens of more than forty speeches from his presidency, George H. W. Bush takes a special look back on the momentous global events of 1989-1992 -- the fall of the Berlin Wall, the collapse of the Soviet...


Farangi Girl: Growing Up in Iran: a Daughter's Story

by Ashley Dartnell

Ashley Dartnell's mother was a glamorous American, her father a dashing Englishman, each trying to slough off their past and upgrade to a more romantic and exotic present in Iran. As the story starts, Ashley...


Hope Street

by Pamela Young

This is the story of a family which has always lived in the heart of one of the traditional working class communities of the North. Originally immigrants from Ireland in the mid-nineteenth century, their saga,...


Gypsy Girl: A Life on the Road, A Journey to Freedom

by Rosie McKinley

A life lived on the road and a heart that will always belong there Imagine being born into a world where communities are constantly on the move, but freedom is not a birthright. Rosie grew up travelling all...