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- Sky Pony Press 2015; US$ 16.99
Richard Fairgray was born and raised in New Zealand and has been publishing since he was seven years old. His main focus since then has been comic books, but he has taken time out during his life to work on films, to perform stand-up comedy, to teach high school, and to stick labels on honey jars. He has been working exclusively in comics for the... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2007; US$ 15.00
None of them could have told you how long the attack went on for, but it seemed like several lifetimes to the three figures huddled on the Captain's Bridge. The noise, the vibration, the crashing and bucking of the giant Starship went on and on. . . . When it was all over, they waited and then stood up, trembling and shaking. The first wave was returning... more...
- Accent Press 2011; US$ 2.99
<p>A comedy of Russian gangsters, town planners and a dog called Nigel.</p###gt&<p >Malcolm Thomas is not happy. The view he loves is about to be blocked by an ugly building. He decides to take action and forms a protest group. Then things go badly wrong and Malcolm finds himself running for his life. Along the way he gets mixed up with... more...
- Pavilion Books Company Limited 2013; US$ 5.82
The fantastically brilliant and amazingly adventurous saga of Erik the Viking returns in this special 30th anniversary edition.DVD starring Tim Robbins, John Cleese, Eric Idle etc recently re-released in a special Director's CutFantastically illustrated by Michael ForemanIncludes a QR code directing the reader to a short film of Terry Jones reading... more...
- Scarecrow Press 2002; US$ 299.99
If any study can claim to be definitive, Historical Dictionary of the Civil War is worthy of that description. It is impressive in almost every aspect...a magnificent and beneficial addition to Civil War literature?everything anyone could desire from such a set...if you are serious about the Civil War, it is a set you will own a lifetime, and therefore... more...
- Scarecrow Press 2011; US$ 189.99
If any study can claim to be definitive, Historical Dictionary of the Civil War is worthy of that description. It is impressive in almost every aspect...a magnificent and beneficial addition to Civil War literature-everything anyone could desire from such a set...if you are serious about the Civil War, it is a set you will own a lifetime, and... more...
- LSU Press 2002; US$ 19.95
Sometimes called the "wharf rats from New Orleans" and the "lowest scrapings of the Mississippi," Lee's Tigers were the approximately twelve thousand Louisiana infantrymen who served in the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia from the time of the campaign at First Manassas to the final days of the war at Appomattox. Terry L. Jones offers a colorful,... more...
- Ebury Publishing 2009; US$ 15.98
Terry Jones' Barbarians takes a completely fresh approach to Roman history. Not only does it offer us the chance to see the Romans from a non-Roman perspective, it also reveals that most of those written off by the Romans as uncivilized, savage and barbaric were in fact organized, motivated and intelligent groups of people, with no intentions of... more...
- Ebury Publishing 2009; US$ 14.38
Was medieval England full of knights on horseback rescuing fainting damsels in distress? Were the Middle Ages mired in superstition and ignorance? Why does nobody ever mention King Louis the First and Last? And, of course, those key questions: which monks were forbidden the delights of donning underpants... and did outlaws never wear trousers? ... more...