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  • The Jane Austen Miscellanyby Lauren Nixon

    The History Press 2012; US$ 2.90

    Jane Austen is the world's bestselling novelist - 200 years after her death. We seem to have a never-ending appetite for the swooning of Sense & Sensibility; smouldering passion of Pride & Prejudice - resulting in a near constant supply of film adaptations and spin-off books. The fan market for Austen - the Austenites - is huge and international. Her... more...

  • How Fat Was Henry VIII?by Raymond Lamont-Brown

    The History Press 2016; US$ 14.57

    Ever wondered how fat Henry VIII really was? Or what made Mary I 'bloody'? Was George III's madness caused by porphyria, or was it arsenic poisoning? What really happened between Queen Victoria and her Highland Servant John Brown? This informative and quirky book gives the inquisitive reader an in-depth look at the secrets of our past royals. more...

  • Radio Carolineby Ray Clark

    The History Press 2014; US$ 4.36

    Radio Caroline was the world's most famous pirate radion station during its heyday in the 1960s and '70s, but did the thousands of people tuning in realise just what battles went on behind the scenes? Financed by respected city money men, this is a story of human endeavour and risk, international politics, business success and financial failures. A... more...

  • Life in a Medieval Castleby Brenda Ralph Lewis

    The History Press 2011; US$ 1.44

    How would you feel if you woke up in a medieval castle tomorrow morning? What would your bed be like? What would you eat? What sights and smells would be around you? Whisking you back in time, this little book will show you exactly what it would be like to be there. more...

  • Lies, Damned Lies and Historyby Graeme Donald

    The History Press 2010; US$ 14.57

    From cats, spats and catacombs to the Wall Street shuffle, this book looks at how historical events didn't always unfold as we think they did. It takes the readers on a journey, century-by-century, showing how the truth we take for granted is a far cry from the facts. It is suitable for those who want to see the past as it was. more...

  • Little Book of the London Undergroundby David Long

    The History Press 2010; US$ 4.36

    With 980 million passengers a year, more than 250 miles of track, literally hundreds of different stations and a history stretching back nearly 150 years, the world's oldest underground railway might seem familiar, but actually, how well do you know it? This title offers a tube-based trivia for travellers and lovers of London. more...

  • A 1960s Childhoodby Paul Feeney

    The History Press 2010; US$ 3.99

    With chapters on home and school life, games and hobbies, music and fashion, alongside a selection of charming illustrations, this compendium lets you take a nostalgic look at what it was like to grow up during the sixties and recaptures the various aspects of life back then. more...

  • Murder in the Hindu Kushby Tim Hannigan

    The History Press 2011; US$ 27.69

    On a bright July morning in 1870 the British explorer George Hayward was brutally murdered high in the Hindu Kush. Who was he, what had brought him to this wild spot, and why was he killed? Told in full for the first time, this is the gripping tale of Hayward's journey from a Yorkshire childhood to a place at the forefront of the 'Great Game' between... more...

  • The Woman Who Censored Churchillby Ruth Ive

    The History Press 2010; US$ 4.36

    During the second World War, the only way Winston Churchill and Franklin D Roosevelt could communicate was through a top secret transatlantic telephone link. Ruth Ive, a young stenographer working in the Ministry of Information, had the job of censoring the line. This title describes the details of her story. more...

  • The Auschwitz Kommandantby Barbara Cherish

    The History Press 2010; US$ 14.57

    A unique insider's view of the dark heart of the Third Reich, The Auschwitz Kommandant is also the tragic tale of a family torn apart, and will open the eyes of even the most well-read historian. more...