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  • Encyclopedia of Tudor England [3 volumes]by John Wagner; Susan Schmid

    ABC-CLIO 2011; US$ 323.00

    Authority and accessibility combine to bring the history and the drama of Tudor England to life. Almost 900 engaging entries cover the life and times of Henry VIII, Mary I, Elizabeth I, William Shakespeare, and much, much more. more...

  • The Wit and Wisdom of Margaret Thatcherby Richard Benson

    Summersdale Publishers Ltd. 2012; US$ 13.99

    Being powerful is like being a lady. If you have to tell people you are, you aren't'Margaret Thatcher, UK prime minister 1979-1990 and leader of the Conservative Party 1975-1990, was the only woman to hold either post, and was re-elected for an unprecedented third term, earning her a place in British history as one of the most extraordinary... more...

  • Riker Vs Gastonby Scott Tierney

    Andrews UK 2012; US$ 2.99

    Pointless conversations: a selection of daft, ridiculous and utterly pointless meanderings from the mind of Scott Tierney. If you’ve ever wanted to know the answers to why Superman is a coward, why Spiderman should technically be deformed, and if Superdog caused the death of Krypton, then these bite-sized comics will reveal all. The discussions... more...

  • Liberty, Authority, Formalityby John Morrow

    Andrews UK 2012; US$ 20.99

    The essays in this volume are all inspired by the historical scholarship of J.C. Davis. During a prolific career, Davis has transformed our understanding of early modern utopian literature and its contexts, and compelled students of seventeenth-century English to re-evaluate the significance of movements and individuals who have had a prominent place... more...

  • The Great Filthby Stephen Halliday

    The History Press 2011; US$ 18.94

    Victorian Britain was the world's industrial powerhouse. Its factories, mills and foundries supplied a global demand for manufactured goods. As Britain changed from an agricultural to an industrial ecomony, people swarmed into the towns and cities where the work was; by the end of Queen Victoria's reign, almost 80 per cent of the population was urban.... more...

  • Whatever Next?by Earl Ferrerrs

    Biteback Publishing 2011; US$ 29.15

    To say this is not a political autobiography would be an understatement. In fact, the author reckons it is not an autobiography at all. This book is more Downton Abbey than 10 Downing Street. It traces Earl Ferrers' aristocratic upbringing in the 1930s in the stately surroundings of Staunton Harold through his wartime childhood, national service in... more...

  • The Final Curtseyby Margaret Rhodes

    Birlinn 2012; US$ 8.44

    This is the intimate and revealing autobiography of Margaret Rhodes, the first cousin of Queen Elizabeth II and the niece of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. Margaret was born into the Scottish aristocracy, into a now almost vanished world of privilege. Royalty often came to stay and her house was run in the style of Downton Abbey. In the Second... more...

  • Bloody British History: Lincolnby Douglas Wynn

    The History Press 2012; US$ 4.36

    Built by the Romans, looted by the Danes and conquered by King William I (who devastated the town to build a castle and a cathedral), the city of Lincoln has had a long and most dreadful history. Containing medieval child murder, vile sieges of (and escapes from) the castle, the savage repression of the Lincolnshire rising by King Henry VIII (who had... more...

  • Bloody British History Southamptonby Penny Legg

    The History Press 2013; US$ 4.36

    Southampton has one of the darkest and most dreadful histories on record. The city has been assaulted by the Romans, Vikings, Normans and the King's men, razed to the ground by the French and bombed almost to extinction by the Nazis. Inside the walls, violence, terror and destruction raged, from the horrors of God's House Tower gaol to the dolorous... more...

  • Bloody British History: Chelmsfordby Robert Hallmann

    The History Press 2012; US$ 4.36

    This is the bloody, brutal and downright amazing history of Chelmsford containing leprosy, Black Death and rioting peasants, the hideous death of William Caleys, the reign of terror of the Witchfinder General, the vanished palace of Anne Boley, the birth of Robert the Bruce, the capture of the notorious Coggeshall gang, battle against the Zulus, PoWs... more...