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Captain Charles Fryatt: Courageous Mariner of the First World War – Ben Carver (g 59)

captain-charles-fryattAt about 7 p.m. on 27 July 1916, the Germans committed one of the worst atrocities of the First World War. Captain Charles Algernon Fryatt, Master of the Great Eastern Railway ship SS Brussels, had been court-martialled, even though a civilian, for attempting to ram an […]

Peacemaking in God’s Church – Martin Mosse (a 68)

peacemaking-in-gods-churchPeacemaking in God’s Church has special reference to the historic divide between Roman Catholics and evangelicals.   It is available on Amazon in both print and Kindle ebook formats.

Comments from members of different churches include:

‘A great read, very well laid out and offers a really positive way forward.’ (Roman […]

Best Love to All – John Rigby-Jones (h 73)

best-love-to-allJohn Rigby-Jones retired in 2015 after more than 30 years in the private healthcare industry. His first book, Best Love to All is an account of his grandfather’s experiences as a young officer with the Liverpool Pals in the First World War and is due to […]

The Plays and Poems of Nicholas Rowe – Stephen Bernard (b 94)

plays-and-poems-of-nicholas-roweNicholas Rowe was the first Poet Laureate of the Georgian era. A fascinating and important yet largely overlooked figure in eighteenth-century literature, he is the ‘lost Augustan’. […]

Porcupines and Polar Bears – Jerry Haigh (d 59)

porcupines-and-polar-bearsWildlife veterinarian and storyteller Jerry Haigh shares his adventures with diverse creatures from Saskatoon’s Forestry Farm Zoo, Sable Island, the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the Northwest Territories, the High Arctic and the Canadian prairies.

He dealt with the routine and not–so routine challenges of working across Canada […]

Greece, The Decade of War: Occupation, Liberation and Civil War – David Brewer (h 49)

David Brewer, Greece Decade of WarDuring the 1940s Greece was torn apart twice, first by World War II and second by Civil War.Beginning in 1941, the occupation of Greece by Germany was intensely brutal. Children starved on the streets of Athens. The Jewish population was decimated […]

No More Champagne – David Lough (e&m 68)

No More ChampagneThe untold story of Winston Churchill’s precarious finances – and the most original and surprising book about Churchill to emerge for many years.

The popular image of Churchill – grandson of a duke, drinking champagne and smoking a cigar – conjures up a man of […]

The Literary Correspondences of the Tonsons – Dr Stephen Bernard (b 94)

Stephen Bernard Tonsons Literary CorrespondencesBrings together the literary correspondence of the Tonsons in one volume for the first time  

  • Makes a unique and fascinating contribution to eighteenth-century book history
  • Includes the correspondence of major literary publishers and their writers
  • Provides the only in-print […]

INDIA, Living in an Ornate World – James Wellings (d 59)

INDIA Living in an Ornate World CoverIndia, Living in an Ornate World explores  why India is so rich in colour and ornamentation and why it has such a diversity of culture and architecture. There is still a large part of the population who prefer to continue […]

Climbs and Punishment, Felix Lowe (g 99)

Climbs and PunishmentAfter almost a decade of reporting on the exploits of the pro peloton, raconteur Felix Lowe takes to the saddle and sets out to conquer the road from Barcelona to Rome. Powered by local delicacies, painkillers and imaginary fans, Lowe pedals his […]