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The Perkin Warbeck Conspiracy

by Ian Arthurson

Perkin Warbeck, pretender to the English throne, claimed to be Richard of Shrewsbury, Duke of York and Norfolk. This book looks at who Warbeck really was, how he was used by those in power in Burgundy, France,...


A Guide to Middle Earth: Tolkien and The Lord of the Rings

The Robin Hood Handbook: The Outlaw in History, Myth and Legend

by Mike Dixon-Kennedy

A reference work providing a comprehensive guide to the characters, places, people, stories and background of Robin Hood. The author ranges far and wide in his quest to present as complete a picture as possible....


AD 33: The Year That Changed The World

by Colin Duriez

AD 33 was the year when an obscure religious teacher died a criminal's death in an outpost of the Roman Empire, an event which had world-changing consequences in the form of the beginnings of Christianity. What...


The Khyber Rifles: From the British Raj to Al Qaeda

by Jules Stewart

Still recruited from the Pathan tribes that live in the no-man's land between Pakistan and Afghanistan, the Khyber Rifles continue to stand guard over this area, one of the world's most volatile borders. This...


Keeping Up Appearances: Fashion and Class Between the Wars

by Catherine Horwood

This engagingly written and illustrated book explores the social mores behind one of society's most popular activities, and reveals not only how we dressed but why.


The Men of the Mary Rose: Raising the Dead

by Ann Stirland

A J Stirland uses archaeological and skeletal evidence to give the reader a welcome insight into the lives and soldiers of the Mary Rose, from their ages and height to their health, diet and physical condition....


Newgate: London's Prototype of Hell

by Stephen Halliday

There have been more prisons in London than in any other European city. Of these, Newgate was the largest, most notorious and worst. This work tells the story of Newgate's origins, the criminals it held, the...


A Field Guide to Narnia

by Colin Duriez

Whether this is your first visit to C S Lewis's wonderful fantasy world or you have been there many times, you'll want to bring along this handy companion to the landscape and inhabitants of Narnia, including...


Airborne Espionage: International Special Duty Operations in the World Wars

by David Oliver

At the outbreak of World War I there was no formal organisation for the transport of spies across enemy lines by aircraft and no communications network between the air forces and their agents. The exploits of...


Engineering the Ancient World

by Dick Parry

How high were the walls of Jericho? Where did Nebuchanezzar get hold of all the bitumen he needed for the millions of bricks required to build Babylon? Was the ancient Suez canal really 200km long, and did 120,000...


Big Ben: The Bell, the Clock and the Tower

by Peter MacDonald

Big Ben is perhaps the most famous clock in the world. Peter Macdonald tells its story, from its conception in the 1830s to its establishment as the national timepiece and the symbol of Britain up to the present...


Beg: A Radical New Way of Regarding Animals

by Rory Freedman

Rory Freedman explains her profound love for her dogs and encourages the world to embrace the importance of pets.


Christmas on the Home Front

by Mike Brown & Carol Harris

The outbreak of war in 1939 saw the disappearance of many traditional British celebrations. Guy Fawkes night went immediately - gunpowder production was needed for the war effort and bonfires contravened the...


Notes from Underground

by Fyodor Dostoevsky, Richard Pevear & Larissa Volokhonsky

Dostoevsky’s most revolutionary novel, Notes from Underground marks the dividing line between nineteenth- and twentieth-century fiction, and between the visions of self each century embodied. One of the most...


Emperor Francis Joseph: Life, Death and the Fall of the Habsburg Empire

by John Van der Kiste

In 1848, 28-year-old Francis Joseph became King of Hungary and Emperor of Austria. He would reign for almost 68 years, the longest of any modern European monarch. Focusing on the life of Emperor Francis Joseph...


The Unknown Warrior: The Archaeology of the Common

by Richard Osgood

If history, in terms of warfare, is told from the side of the victor, then it is also very often told by the commanders. Rarely does the story of those who do most of the fighting - the footsoldier - come forward....


Fashion and Fetishism: Corsets, Tight Lacing and Other Forms of Body-Sculpture

by David Kunzie

Presenting the history of corsetry and body sculpture, this edition shows how the relationship between fashion and sex is closely bound up with sexual self-expression. It demonstrates how the use of the corset...


The Nelson Companion

by Colin White

There are few figures in British history more famous and more influential than Vice-Admiral Horaio, Lord Nelson, KB. This book offers a comprehensive overview of all aspects of the Nelson story. It is complemented...


The Apothecaries' Garden: A History of the Chelsea Physic Garden

by Sue Minter

Founded in 1673 by the Society of Apothecaries, the Chelsea Physic Garden led the world for over 300 years in the research and classification of new plants. Sue Minter examines its history and many notable achievements....