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  1. Lady Killers

    Lady Killers
    Published 11th Jan 2018
  2. Blitz, Blackout and a Christmas Sixpence

    Blitz, Blackout and a Christmas Sixpence
    Published 2nd Nov 2017
  3. Pride

    In 1984, a small group of metropolitan homosexual men and lesbian women stepped away from the vibrant culture and hedonism of London's defiant gay scene to befriend and support the beleaguered villages of a very traditional mining community in the remote valleys of South Wales.
    Published 10th Aug 2017
    £8.99
  4. Light in the Dust

    The heartwarming tale of one young woman's struggle to survive the poverty and oppression of the post-war years. The book depicts the survival of the human spirit in the face of parental oppression and social and economic deprivation.
  5. Mad Toffs - The British Upper Classes at Their Best and Worst

    Mad Toffs - The British Upper Classes at Their Best and Worst
  6. Theresa May - The Downing Street Revolution

    Theresa May - The Downing Street Revolution
  7. The Scallywags - Memories of a Rascal's 1950's Childhood

    The Scallywags - Memories of a Rascal's 1950's Childhood
  8. Killing Doctor Death

    Nazi war criminal Dr Aribert Heim carried out grotesque, sadistic medical experiments on Jewish prisoners at the Mauthausen concentration camp. Alerted of his imminent arrest in 1962, Heim disappeared. Here, is the dramatic true story of how a clandestine organisation tracked down the 'Butcher of Mauthausen' and assassinated him.
  9. Blair Inc.

    Blair Inc.: The Money, The Power, The Scandals takes a close look at the complex financial structures in Blair's world. From the many layers of tax liability to the multiple conflicts of interest produced by his increasing web of relationships, this book exposes the private dealings of this very public figure.
  10. The Squadron That Died Twice

    On a fine morning in May 1940, twelve twin-engined bombers of 82 Squadron RAF set out from Watton, Norfolk, in a brave but hopeless attempt to slow down the German armour ripping through Belgium. Sergeant 'Jock' Morrison was the pilot of the only one to come home.
  11. All in the Same Boat

    Written with the real-life protagonists, this unique perspective on the Falklands War relates the incredible experiences of a group of men in a conflict they never signed up for, while demonstrating how lasting bonds can be formed between the unlikeliest of people.
  12. Great Irish Heroes

    In this companion volume to Great Scottish Heroes, Stuart Pearson examines the lives and careers of fifty of the greatest Irishmen and women from St Columba to Brian O'Driscoll, Brian Boru to Pierce Brosnan. In doing so, he shows how this remarkable island race has contributed so much to our world, and continues to do so to this day.

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