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Crowns in a Changing World: The British and European Monarchies, 1901-36

by John Van der Kiste

At the death of Queen Victoria in 1901, almost every European nation was a monarchy, most linked by close family ties to her and Edward VII, the 'uncle of Europe'. Prior to the outbreak of World War I, the personal...


The Romanovs 1818-1959

by John Van der Kiste

This work examines Alexander iI's life and reign, and the lives of his children, including his successor Tsar Alexander III, whose determination to purge the empire of all terrorism and protect the autocracy...


How the Scots Won the English Civil War: The Triumph of Frazer's Dragoones

by Alisdair McRae

This history of the battles, marches and sieges of the Scottish Covenanter Army and its one dragoon regiment - Colonel Hugh Frazer's dragoones - shows how they were instrumental in Parliament's victory in northern...


Trinity Student Pranks: A History of Mischief & Mayhem

by John Engle

Trinity College Dublin is famed for the intelligence and innovation of its students. However, not all the undergraduates have devoted their talents to academia; instead they spent their time devising ingenious...


Wicklow Folk Tales

by Brendan Nolan

These lively and entertaining traditional folk tales from Ireland's 'Garden County' are vividly retold by local storyteller Brendan Nolan. Their origins lost in the mists of time, these thirty stories from across...


Dearest Vicky, Darling Fritz: The Tragic Love Story of Queen Victoria's Eldest Daughter and the German Emperor

by John Van der Kiste

This work tells the love story of the royal couple against the changing background of 19th-century Germany. It looks at the differing political sympathies of the couple, revealed through letters, and re-examines...


Fortress Britain: All the Invasions and Incursions Since 1066

by Ian Hernon

As Stuart Laycock's book All the Countries We've Ever Invaded: and the Few We Never Got Round To shows, the British have not been backward in coming forward when it comes to aggressive visits abroad. But it...


Henry VIII: The Life and Rule of England's Nero

by John Matusiak

Henry VIII is by no means yet another account of the 'old monster' and his dealings. The 'monster' displayed here is, at the very least, a newer type, more beset by anxieties and insecurities, and more tightly...


Chelsea FC in the Swinging '60s: Football's First Rock 'n' Roll Club

by Greg Tesser

Kings Road was the pace to be in the 1960s, and their residents Chelsea FC were the original fashionable football club. More than forty years after Chelsea conquered Real Madrid in a dramatic European final,...


In Sights: The Story of a Welsh Guardsman

by Tim Rees

The journey from boyhood to manhood has rarely included such diverse experience. From military training in the Guards Depot to Trooping the Colour, from academic failure to intelligence work in Northern Ireland....


Leitrim Folk Tales

by Susie Minto

Leitrim has a rich heritage of myths and legends which is uniquely captured in this collection of traditional tales from the county. Discover the burial place of the mythical hunter-warrior Fionn MacCumhaill,...


Sacred Secrets: Freemasonry, the Bible and Christian Faith

by Mike Neville

Masonic 'secrets' are of great interest to a wide audience - whether Freemasons or not. The popularity of Dan Brown's books has shown the enormous interest in Masonry. There is, however, no other book that offers...


The Norwich Book of Days

by Carol Twinch

Discover the rich and colourful history of Norwich with this collection of tales from across the city. Featuring a story for every day of the year, it includes tales of skirmishes, rebellions and battles as...


North London Murders

by Geoffrey Howse

Based on original documents, trial and inquest transcripts, personal stories and contemporary newspaper reports, North London Murders is a study of cases that have shocked both capital and country.


Vulcan: God of Fire

by Tim McLelland

Vulcan: God of Fire is a historical account of Britain's nuclear deterrent force, the development of atomic/thermonuclear weapons and the bombers. It includes a description of the design, development and manufacture...


From Balti Pies to the Biggest Prize: The Rebirth of Manchester City

by Steve Mingle

The story so far. Manchester City end the 2003-04 season relieved at having narrowly escaped relegation. There have been highs and lows, but the lows have been desperate and the highs restricted to minor triumps...


Bloody British History Stafford

by Anthony Poulton-Smith

Containing warrior princess - the day Alfred the Great's deadly daughter seized Stafford; death to the Normans - The Battle of Stafford, the assassinated Earl and the bloody history of Stafford Castle; the true...


Jack the Ripper: The Suspects

by The Whitechapel Society

Jack the Ripper is the ultimate whodunit. The Whitechapel Murders of 1888 remain unsolved and hundreds of theories have been suggested as to the killer's identity. However, many of the suggestions naming the...


Jack the Ripper: The Celebrity Suspects

by Mike Holgate

Rippermania has driven a 120-year-old investigation to identify the depraved perpetrator of the savage murder of five prostitutes in the East End of London. This book gathers together the band of famous personalities...


Poplar Memories: Life in the East End

by John Hector

Poplar Memories is a vivid impression of Cockney London before and during the Second World War, set in a teeming, rundown docklands neighbourhood famous for being, well, one end of the Blackwall Tunnel. John...