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  • Shadowsby Alan Barker

    Mainstream Publishing 2012; US$ 11.28

    In the early hours of 30 April 2003, twelve armed and uniformed officers accompanied by four plain-clothes detectives burst into Alan Barker's house. They stayed for hours, turning over rooms, seizing documents, impounding computers, files and anything else that interested them. The family were treated as terrorist suspects, the operation resembling... more...

  • Edward VIby Chris Skidmore

    Orion Publishing Group 2011; US$ 8.99

    On the death of Henry VIII, the crown passed to his nine-year-old son, Edward. However, real power went to the Protector, Edward's uncle, the Duke of Somerset. The court had been a hotbed of intrigue since the last days of Henry VIII. Without an adult monarch, the stakes were even higher. The first challenger was the duke's own brother: he seduced... more...

  • Great British Cyclingby Ellis Bacon

    Transworld 2014; US$ 28.23

    In 1868, the first ever documented bicycle race was held in a Paris park, and to the locals' chagrin, was won by a Briton. Yet while cycling culture became ingrained in continental European culture, riders this side of the Channel were engaged in constant battles with the authorities to pursue their sport - road racing was in fact banned as early... more...

  • Irish Migration, Networks and Ethnic Identities since 1750by Dr Enda Delaney; Donald M. MacRaild

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 160.00

    This books re-examines the global history of Irish migration by focusing on the formal and informal networks which migrants from Ireland utilised to meld their social lives to make sense of the new worlds into which they settled. more...

  • The Bloodied Fieldby Michael Foley

    The O'Brien Press 2014; US$ 14.57

    On the morning of 21 November 1920, Jane Boyle walked to Sunday Mass in the church where she would be married five days later. That afternoon she went with her fiancée to watch Tipperary and Dublin play a gaelic football match at Croke Park. Across the city nine men lay dead in their beds after a synchronised IRA attack designed to cripple British... more...

  • The Great Shameby Thomas Keneally

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2010; US$ 19.95

    "Thomas Keneally recounts history with the uncanny skill of a great novelist whose only interest is to lay bare the human heart in all its hope and pain. As he was able to do in Schindler's List, he shows us in The Great Shame a people despised and rejected to the point of death, who in the face of all their sorrows manage to keep their souls.... more...

  • A People's History Of Britainby Rebecca Fraser; Rebecca Fitzgerald

    Random House 2011; US$ 22.56

    Combining compelling narrative history with helpful chronology, A People's History of Britain tells the story - from the Romans to the present day - of the small northern islands off the coast of Europe which became the world's largest empire. Full of kings, queens and battles and the heroic individuals who created turning points in history, it... more...

  • A History of Ancient Britainby Neil Oliver

    Orion 2011; Not Available

    Continues Neil's landmark exploration of how our land and its people came to be, which began with the acclaimed A HISTORY OF SCOTLAND. more...

  • Our Timesby A.N. Wilson

    Random House 2011; US$ 14.10

    When Queen Elizabeth II was crowned in 1953, many proclaimed the start of a new Elizabethan Age. Few had any inkling, however, of the stupendous changes that would take place over the next 50 years, in Britain and around the world. In Our Times , A.N. Wilson takes the reader on an exhilarating journey from that day to this. With his acute... more...

  • The Road Not Takenby Frank McLynn

    Random House 2012; US$ 14.11

    Britain has not been successfully invaded since 1066; nor, in nearly 1,000 years has it known a true revolution - one that brings radical, systemic and enduring change. The contrast with Britain's European neighbours, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Greece, Russia, is dramatic - all have been convulsed by external warfare, revolution and civil war... more...