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  • A State in Denialby Margaret Urwin

    Mercier Press 2016; US$ 16.99

    Shocking revelations of an official British policy of turning a blind eye to loyalist paramilitary activities in Northern Ireland in the seventies and eighties. more...

  • War Tornby Kenneth E. Miller; James Garbarino

    Larson Publications 2016; US$ 14.99

    With some 200 million people affected by armed conflict or genocide, refugees are appearing in record numbers. War Torn takes us beyond the headlines into the lives of civilians caught up in war's destructive power in Afghanistan, Iraq, Bosnia, Guatemala, and Sri Lanka. Alongside stories that convey the destruction and heartbreak of armed conflict,... more...

  • England's Cathedralsby Simon Jenkins

    Little, Brown Book Group 2016; US$ 37.99

    England's cathedrals are the nation's glory. They tower over its landscape, outranking palaces, castles and mansions. They attract roughly half the nation's population each year. For a millennium they have been objects of pilgrimage for those seeking faith, consolation and beauty. Still at the start of the twenty-first century, they remain unequalled... more...

  • Entanglementby Emma Tarlo

    Oneworld Publications 2016; US$ 17.99

    When it?s not attached to your head, your very own hair takes on a disconcerting quality. Suddenly, it is strange. And yet hair finds its way into all manner of unexpected places, far from our heads, including cosmetics, clothes, ropes, personal and public collections, and even food. Whether treated as waste or as gift, relic, sacred offering or commodity... more...

  • Kentucky and the Great Warby David J. Bettez

    The University Press of Kentucky 2016; US$ 45.00

    From five thousand children marching in a parade, singing, "Johnnie get your hoe.... Mary dig your row," to communities banding together to observe Meatless Tuesdays and Wheatless Wednesdays, Kentuckians were loyal supporters of their country during the First World War. Kentucky had one of the lowest rates of draft dodging in the nation, and the state... more...

  • Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Knowby Karl Shaw

    Little, Brown Book Group 2016; US$ 10.99

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  • Shadow Warsby Christopher Davidson

    Oneworld Publications 2016; US$ 19.99

    For more than a century successive US and UK governments have sought to thwart nationalist, socialist and pro-democracy movements in the Middle East. Through the Cold War, the War on Terror? and the present era defined by the Islamic State, the Western powers have repeatedly manipulated the region?s most powerful actors to ensure the security of their... more...

  • A History of Britain in 21 Womenby Jenni Murray

    Oneworld Publications 2016; US$ 17.99

    I was ten years old when I came across Boadicea, and she became the first woman to make me realise that the designated future of a girl born in 1950 to be sweet, domesticated, undemanding and super feminine was not necessarily the case. Boadicea battled the Romans. Nancy Astor fought in Parliament. Emmeline Pankhurst campaigned for female suffrage.... more...

  • Game of Queensby Sarah Gristwood

    Oneworld Publications 2016; US$ 14.99

    In sixteenth-century Europe, an extraordinary set of women created a unique culture of feminine power that saw them run the continent for decades. Despite often being on opposing sides of power struggles both armed and otherwise, through family ties and patronage they educated and supported each other in a brutal world where the price of failure was... more...

  • Mansions of Miseryby Jerry White

    Random House 2016; US$ 28.19

    For Londoners of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, debt was a part of everyday life. But when your creditors lost their patience, you might be thrown into one of the capital?s most notorious jails: the Marshalsea Debtors? Prison. The Marshalsea became a byword for misery; in the words of one of its inmates, it was ?hell in epitome?. But... more...