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A Dictionary of Kabbalah and Kabbalists

by Dan Cohn-Sherbok

This dictionary makes centuries of kabbalistic work accessible. Its topics range from the mysteries of the Godhead to the order of the universe, its different worlds and inhabitants. It covers early Merkavah...


Almodis: The Peaceweaver

by Tracey Warr

“Some say Almodis was a serpent, a scandal, a whore. They say wrong.”

After generations of fighting amongst the ruling families of eleventh-century Occitania, the marriage of Almodis de la Marche to Hugh...


Heavenly Harmony: Organs and Organists of Exeter Cathedral

by Malcolm Walker & David Davies

Heavenly Harmony tells the fascinating story of the organs and organists of Exeter Cathedral. Beginning in 1284 when Roger de Ropford and his wife and heirs were given responsibility for making bells for the...


The Moth Man

by Jennie Finch

‘This was the moment. The moment he had dreamed of since first seeing the house three weeks ago. Inside, the woman reached up and tucked a strand of hair behind her ear and it was the most exciting, provocative...


The Churches of Medieval Exeter

by Nicholas Orme

Medieval Exeter was a religious city containing nearly seventy churches, chapels, monasteries, and almshouses, as well as private oratories, holy wells, and standing crosses. This book explains why this huge...


Stories from Forest and Steppe: The Country Life of the Russian Countess

by Edith Sollohub

"My breath freezes into hoar frost on my eyelashes and eyebrows … but I dare not move; to stand still is the first rule the huntsman learns, for the game has sharper eyes than man and it may be watching you...


Debating Palestine and Israel

by Dan Cohn-Sherbok & Mary Grey

While the Jews strove for statehood and national identity as a result of their claim to their ancient homeland, the Palestinians were denied both, leading to their marginalisation and the ongoing conflict in...


The Athenaeum: Sketches

by Dan Cohn-Sherbok

The Athenaeum was founded in 1824 as a meeting place for those who enjoy the life of the mind. Over the years its members have included scientists, clergy, lawyers, artists, writers, civil servants, doctors...


The Lost Journals of Pedro Piscator and Other Tales

by Lachlan Plain

The Lost Journals of Pedro Piscator is a collection of short fiction presented in various stylistic forms, written and illustrated by Australian author, puppeteer and artistic director Lachlan Plain. The playful...


The Church in Devon: 400-1560

by Nicholas Orme

Devon has a rich Christian history going back to the early fifth century. This book explains how the Church grew into a complex organisation of bishops and clergy, monasteries and friaries, parish churches and...


The Palestinian State: A Jewish Justification

by Dan Cohn-Sherbok

“In the shadow of the Holocaust, the empowered must empower those who seek nationhood, before it is too late.” In this concise volume American-born Reform rabbi and Professor of Judaism Dan Cohn-Sherbok outlines...


The Drowners

by Jennie Finch

In Somerset it is carnival season once more, but Alex Hastings is not in the mood to join the festivities. Struck down by a potentially lethal illness, she is beset by problems both at work and within her family....


Love for Now

by Anthony Wilson

On Valentine’s Day, 2006, Anthony Wilson was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a cancer of the lymphatic system. He was 42. In this journal of the days that followed he contemplates love, family and...


A Square in East Berlin

by Torsten Schulz & Harry Guest

Comedy and tragedy intertwine in this entertaining account of life in communist East Berlin as seen through the eyes of a teenage boy. Published originally in German, Harry Guest has provided a funny and engaging...


Consider the Lilies

by Carol Fenlon

The haunting and beautifully crafted tale of a girl’s feral childhood in 1960s Lancashire, and her friend Jack’s search for the missing ‘homeless’ adult she becomes. Piecing together diaries, medical...


Best of Enemies

by Robert Gibson

Republished for the centenary of the Entente Cordiale, this new edition of Best of Enemies gives an entertaining and perceptive overview of Anglo-French relation. Updated to include the Anglo-French disagreements...


This Farewell Symphony: A Training Guide

by Edmund Bealby-Wright

This virtuoso debut novel, structured in movements like a classical symphony, follows a group of day-trippers on a tour of places significant to the life of court composer Joseph Haydn. At its centre is widower...


The Red City

by Richard Ellis

The radial streets of Bologna illustrate the dilemmas of choice that face Richard, who, until now, has escaped his past in Italy by estranging himself on Dartmoor. Elio, who he has not seen for fifteen years,...


The End of Youth

by Robert Gibson

For over half a century, Robert Gibson has published extensively on Alain Fournier's life and work and is now acknowledged as the leading authority on this subject in the English-speaking world. His previous...


Sift

by Lawrence Sail

Most families know the true history of time and chance -- the sift of who and what survives, what is spoken of or glossed over; the stubborn objects outliving their owner's passion for them; the oddities of...