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Voyager in Bondage

by Simon Finch

Vesuvio is the golden Voyager, destined to journey through every cavern of depravity in the ancient world. It is a time when Rome was at its most decadent and throbbing with the muscle of slavery, the First...


Pompeii's Secrets: The Taras Report on Its Last Days

by Alan Lloyd

Combining fictional characterisation and factual research Alan Lloyd asks who were these people who lived in Pompeii and what were their lives like in those last days before the disaster? Alan Lloyd, an acclaimed...


Child Soldier

by China Keitetsi

China's story of her life as a child conscript in the Ugandan National Resistance Army starts at age 8 and continues for ten years of terror, humiliation and sexual

assault. After rejoining the army years later...


Beyond Stuttering: The McGuire Programme for Getting Good at the Sport of Speaking

by Dave McGuire

The McGuire Programme was founded in 1994 by Dave McGuire and is now an international organisation run by people who stutter to help other people who stutter. Its combination of physical techniques and mental...


The Golf Swing of the Future

by Mindy Blake & Colin Reid

A controversial but widely acclaimed technique that could revolutionise any golfer’s game. In athletics developments in technique have improved performances dramatically, yet before Mindy Blake no instructor...


Homage to Gaia: The Life of an Independent Scientist

by James Lovelock

James Lovelock describes how he became of the world’s greatest thinkers. From his childhood in south London to his first steps as a scientist, his work with organisations as diverse as NASA, Shell and the...


How to Succeed with Specific Learning Difficulties in College and University: A Guide for Students, Educators and Parents

by Amanda Kirby

For any adult with specific learning difficulties going to college or university can be a challenge. These can present in the work and home setting, learning new skills, meeting new people, and coping with a...


The World Through Blunted Sight: An inquiry into the influence of defective vision on art and character

by Patrick Trevor-Roper

How did faulty or failing eyesight affect the style and technique of writers and artists. How did it affect the way they convey their visual impressions. In a classic study, first published in 1970 and thoroughly...


Golden Voyager

by Simon Finch

Vesuvio is the golden Voyager, destined to journey through every cavern of depravity in the ancient world. It is a time when Rome was at its most decadent and throbbing with the muscle of slavery, the First...


The Bombay Marines

by Porter Hill

The Bombay Marines are the East India Company’s private fighting ships, defending India’s coast and naval trading routes. Captain Adam Horne is the commander of history’s first naval commandos and a hero...


The War Chest

by Porter Hill

The Bombay Marines are the East India Company’s private fighting ships, defending India’s coast and naval trading routes. Captain Adam Horne is the commander of history’s first naval commandos and a hero...


China Flyer

by Porter Hill

The Bombay Marines are the East India Company’s private fighting ships, defending India’s coast and naval trading routes. Captain Adam Horne is the commander of history’s first naval commandos and a hero...


Where the Ghosts Walk: The Gazetteer of Haunted Britain

by Peter Underwood

Britain is the most haunted country in the world with a wealth of places that feed the imagination, from Cape Head in the north of Scotland to Beachy Head in the south of England it is a land of ghosts and phantoms....


The Password is Courage

by John Castle

The man who broke into Auschwitz. When he was captured in France in 1940 Sergeant-Major Charles Coward launched his own private war against the Germans (although he was being held as a prisoner-of-war). For...


The Medicinal Benefits of Wine Drinking: Your Good Health

by E Maury

Health experts and scientists are saying that "wine is good for you". Scientific studies have shown that moderate wine drinking lowers the risk of heart disease (especially red wine which is high in flavonoids),...


Bum Fodder: An Absorbing History of Toilet Paper

by Richard Smyth

This is the hidden history of an invention that we use every day but seldom dare to speak of. In medieval China it was cutting-edge technology. For 19th-century Americans it was a newfangled alternative to dried...


I Ching in Plain English

by George Hulskramer & Rosalind Buck

Based on several new translations of the I Ching, this groundbreaking interpretation explores the meaning of the ancient text and places it within the context of contemporary experience. Once used for consultation...


The Coconut Book

by Richard Maynard

There is a forgotten castaway one an island in the thousands of miles of the Pacific Ocean. He writes his story in a battered paperback novel, covering the space between printed lines and around the margins...


Cardus on Cricket: A selection from the cricket writings of Sir Neville Cardus

by Neville Cardus & Rupert Hart-Davis

Neville Cardus was a literary writer whose subject happened to be cricket, and here is a representative selection of the best of Cardus’s writing on the sport. Included are the imaginative reconstruction of...


The Devil's Tinderbox: Dresden, 1945

by Alexander McKee

Controversy still rages about the Allied decision to bomb the beautiful and historic city of Dresden on February 13th 1945. By then the war was virtually won and Dresden was peopled mainly by civilians and refugees,...