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Bomber Command: 1936-1968: An Operational & Historical Record

by Ken Delve

This is a comprehensive reference to the structure, operation, aircraft and men of Bomber Command from its formation on 1936 to 1968 when it became part of Strike Command. It includes descriptions of many notable...


1812: The March on Moscow

by Paul Britten Austen

More than a third of a million men set out on that midsummer day of 1812: none can have imagined the terrors and hardships to come. They would be lured all the way to Moscow without having achieved the decisive...


The 16th Durham Light Infantry in Italy 1943-1945

by Peter Hart

The Second World War is vanishing into the pages of history. The veterans were once all around us, but their numbers are fast diminishing. While still in their prime many recorded their memories with Peter Hart...


The Age Of The Ship Of The Line: The British and French Navies, 1650-1815

by Jonathan R Dull

In the series of wars that raged between France and Britain from the seventeenth to the nineteenth centuries,seapower was of absolute vital importance. Not only was each nation's navy a key to victory, but was...


Accrington Pals Trail

by William Turner

Follow the footsteps of the Pals in their journey from Lancashire to their training camps in England and Wales and to the villages and battlefields of France. A comprehensive account, with maps and pictures,...


Many Lands, Many Stories: Asian Folktales for Children

by Ruth Ra & David Conger

For thousands of years, children and adults the world over have loved to tell and listen to folktales. Each country has its own set of interesting stories, and it is especially enjoyable to discover tales that...


Heavenly Fragrance: Cooking with Aromatic Asian Herbs, Fruits, Spices and Seasonings

by Carol Selva Rajah & David Thompson

Heavenly Fragrance introduces the art of using Asia's most aromatic cooking ingredients - ranging from herbs, fruit and nuts, spices to seasonings and pastes - in preparing food with wonderful aromas which excites...


Suddenly a Bride

by Kasey Michaels

Single mother Elizabeth Carstairs had no illusions about getting married. Tying the knot the second time around wouldn't be about love and romance. It would be about friendship and compatibility and making a...


Photography in Japan 1853 - 1912

by Terry Bennett

Photography in Japan 1853-1912 is an authoritative and unique visual record of Japan's metamorphosis from a feudal society to a modern, industrial nation. The 350 old and rare images in this book, most of them...


Sesshu's Long Scroll: A Zen Landscape Journey

by Reiko Chiba

SESSHU'S LONG SCROLL is the masterwork of the 15th-century artist

whom Japan honors as her greatest. Famed not only as a painter but also as a Zen

priest and a great traveler, Sesshu found inspiration for his...


Lean Customer Development: Building Products Your Customers Will Buy

by Cindy Alvarez

How do you develop products that people will actually use and buy? This practical guide shows you how to validate product and company ideas through customer development research—before you waste months and...


Glasnevin House: A Sense of Peace

by Vivienne Keely

The story of Glasnevin House and Demesne, now Holy Faith convent, is intertwined with the development of the suburb from the time of the early monks, through the medieval period when it was a farm of Christ...


Our Land at War: The Story of Britain's First World War Sites

by Nick Bosanquet

The First World War was a human catastrophe but it also saw a dynamic development of new weapons and a new kind of war; between the lions and the donkeys came the managers - and the workers - who transformed...


A Song of Their Own: The Fight For Votes For Women in Ipswich

by Joy Bounds

What did women from the Ipswich area have to do with getting the vote? Surely it was only in London that suffragettes chained themselves to railings, held enormous processions, went to prison, and burnt down...


Real Railway Tales: From Taking the Marks to Double Derailment!

by Geoff Body & W E Parker

Running a railway is a complex business that constantly throws up situations, dramas and misadventures, both major and minor, for those involved in it. Geoff Body and Bill Parker have collated a rich selection...


A 1940s Childhood: From Bomb Sites to Children's Hour

by James Marsh

Do you remember collecting shrapnel and listening to Children's Hour? Carrying gas masks or sharing your school with evacuees from the city? The 1940s was a time of great challenge for everyone who lived through...


The Venetian Venture

by Suzette A. Hill

 1954, Venice. For Rosy Gilchrist the tables may have turned. Her boss at the British Museum, Dr Stanley, has chosen her to travel to Venice, track down a rare edition of Horace’s Odes and bring it back...


Texas Billionaire's Baby

by Karen Rose Smith

After fourteen years, Gina Rigoletti had finally returned to Sagebrush, ready to start a new life as the town's first baby development specialist--and finally forget her haunted past.

Then Logan Barnes walked...


Kingdom Lock

by I.D. Roberts

It is 1914 and while battles rage across Europe, three empires – the Ottoman, the German and the British – fight for dominance in the Middle East. The merciless landscape of Persia and Mesopotamia are prizes...


Take My Breath Away

by Martin Edwards

Lawyer-turned-writer Nic Gabriel is stunned when womanising Dylan Rees, his host at a champagne reception at the Houses of Parliament, is knifed by an ex-girlfriend and bleeds to death in front of him. It’s...