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- HarperCollins Publishers 2012; US$ 11.36
?There is a mad chap come here ? whose name is Trelawny? He comes on the friend of Shelley, great, glowing, and rich in romance? But tell me who is this odd fish? They talk of him here as a camelion who went mad on reading Lord Byron?s ?Corsair?.? JOSEPH SEVERN more...
- Osprey Publishing 2013; US$ 18.99
?I can truthfully say that there has never been a nicer man in the game. George Chesterton is a gentleman to the core. And he wasn?t a bad bowler either!? Tom Graveney OBE. Wartime pilot dropping supplies over occupied Europe; county cricketer; housemaster teaching and disciplining mischievous teenage boys; family man and civic figure, there... more...
- ReadHowYouWant 2006; US$ 3.99
A marvellous book which chronicles the major events in the lives of Ulysses Simpson Grant, 18th American president, and General Robert Edward Lee, a leading figure in the American Civil War. Hill does not present them as awe-inspiring leaders but as human beings one can relate to. He narrates how they achieved greatness by overcoming obstacles through... more...
- Prometheus Books 2011; US$ 11.99
After more than sixty years, the nightmarish sufferings of so many victims of Germany?s Nazi regime have been documented extensively. Rarely, however, does one hear about the experiences of German children during World War II. Coming of age amidst the chaos, brutality, and destruction of war in their homeland, they had no understanding of what was... more...
- University of Queensland Press 2013; US$ 8.99
When her name was Keoko, Japan owned Korea, and Japanese soldiers ordered people around, telling them what they could do or say, even what sort of flowers they could grow. When her name was Keoko, World War II came to Korea, and her friends and relatives had to work and fight for Japan. When her name was Keoko, she never forgot her name was actually... more...
- HarperCollins Publishers 2013; US$ 16.96
Private Damien Thomlinson is a former member of the elite 2nd Commando Regiment of the Australian Army who was terribly injured in after a bomb explosion in Afghanistan. His inspiring journey back from the dead stands as proof that no challenge is too great and that the ANZAC spirit is truly alive and well. After losing both his legs in an accident... more...
- The Lilliput Press 1995; US$ 10.19
'The charm of this book lies in its peep-show perspective on Dublin public life in the latter part of the 18th century.' - David Nokes, The Sunday Times 'A vastly entertaining and colourful memoir... The book offers a tremendous flavour of an era. Mrs Leeson's intelligence shines through and her sense of irony and mischief makes light of the many... more...
- The History Press 2013; US$ 18.94
In 1603 John Ward, a sailor in James VI & I's navy, led a mass desertion, stole a civilian vessel from Portsmouth and defected to the Ottoman Empire at Tunis. From there, his unbridled and brutal piracy saw him become the most infamous and feared privateer of his time, revelling in ill-gotten wealth ashore and finally - in the ultimate rejection of... more...
- The History Press 2013; US$ 27.69
Prophet John Wroe (1782-1863), found fame through his many predictions, his preaching and the establishment of the Christian Israel Church in the early 1820s. Edward Green places Wroe's life in the context of an industrialised society struggling to find values and needing to believe in themselves as the Chosen People. more...