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    Hampton - The Early Years

    By Tom Denniford

    Paperback £24.66

    This book charts the early days of Hampton, the fourth of Peterborough’s new townships,1 from the time when, as the ‘Brickpits’, much of it was an area of complete desolation only considered suitable for landfilling, until it emerged as the largest development of its kind since Welwyn Garden City, in...

    End of the Pier

    By Tony Gareth Smith

    Paperback £9.99

    The year is 1973 and changes are afoot in Great Yarmouth and Brokencliff-on-Sea as the New Year comes in with bang! Return to a simpler time when family holidays at the seaside were still fun and electronic devices had never been heard of. The only sound that was heard was...

    Death on the Edge

    By Douglas Binstead

    Paperback £9.99

    When the body of a young woman, wearing climbing shoes but no helmet, is found at the foot of a cliff in the Derbyshire gritstone edges, the emergency services are quick to treat her death as an accident, the result of a fall from a height onto a bed of...

    Death on the Edge

    By Douglas Binstead

    Hardback £13.99

    When the body of a young woman, wearing climbing shoes but no helmet, is found at the foot of a cliff in the Derbyshire gritstone edges, the emergency services are quick to treat her death as an accident, the result of a fall from a height onto a bed of...

    Angel in the Marble

    By Marie Byrne

    Paperback £12.99

    Internationally renowned author, Marie Byrne guides us to safe passage through the drug age in her much awaited second book Angel In The Marble. Marie’s book includes guides and information – advising parents about children’s use of drugs, about addiction and corruption, and most importantly about prevention and early intervention...

    Metaphysical Imagination and Other Essays on Philosophy and Modern European Mind

    By Michael Moran

    Hardback £29.99

    Michael Moran is fascinated by the thinkers he discusses. But unlike most of them, he has no illusion that philosophy can do the work of science and be even a minor source of factual knowledge. Moreover, being highly speculative, it is unlikely that most philosophy will reveal more to us...

    World War 1 Diaries of Thomas Cheshire

    By Malcolm Channon

    Paperback £9.99

    This book is a transcript of diaries, letters and recollections all written by Thomas Cheshire during the Great War. Thomas Allen Cheshire was born in Crewe in Cheshire in 1889. He served under the Royal Warwickshire Regiment and was 25 when he started writing letters and diaries from the...

    Delight and Despair

    By Christina Degens-Kupp

    Paperback £16.99

    The fourth volume of poems by London-born writer Christina Degens-Kupp, whose work reflects the many ups and downs experienced and encountered whilst travelling the world, working abroad and finally settling in Germany.

    The Magic of the Saltmarsh Coast

    By Kelvin Brown

    Paperback £7.99

    The Saltmarsh Coast is 75 miles of largely undiscovered Essex, stretching from Stow Maries in the south to Salcott in the north, with some wonderful walking on the top of the sea walls amid some marvellous scenery. Mixed in with the salty air and cries of sea birds are hundreds...

    Reflections on Turning 60

    By Brahana Selassie

    Paperback £9.99

    Brahana Selassie is a product of the African-Caribbean Diaspora from Grenada. As a young man of twenty in 1975, he discovered and then became a convert to the unique ancient multi-layered world of Ethiopia’s ancient Nile Valley civilisation. He then immersed himself in studying its origins and continuity...

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