Books by Publisher: Fonthill Media

    Texans at Antietam: A Terrible Clash of Arms, September 16-17, 1862

    By Philip McBride

    Paperback Save £5.14 = £13.85

    The Texans from Hood's Texas Brigade and other regiments who fought at the Battle of Antietam described their experiences of the battle in personal diaries, interviews, newspaper articles, letters, and speeches. Their words provide a fascinating and harrowing account of the battle, and, for the first time, their stories are...

    America at Night

    By Don Rittner

    Paperback £11.45

    This book contains almost 200 photos taken from the late nineteenth century to the 1960s by the General Electric Company. Over these decades GE scientists continually experimented to invent and modify street lights that could transform urban downtowns, rural roads, and parks into daylight use.

    Rochester to Richmond: A Thames Estuary Sailor\'s View

    By Nick Ardley

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    Nick Ardley, an eccentric anachronism from a simpler age, sails his clinker sloop between Rochester and Richmond to look at a century of change. The acrid-belching chimneys have evaporated, refineries closed, but the banks remain alive. He dips and dabbles along the way, exploring salt marshes, graves, industrial ruins, and...

    Celtic Saints of Scotland, Northumbria and the Isle of Man

    By Elizabeth Rees

    Paperback £12.65

    Focusing on the sites where early Christians lived and worked, this combines archaeology with early inscriptions and texts to offer clues which help to piece together the world of early Christianity. With the author's photographs of the sites, the reader is therefore drawn into the beautiful world which these early...

    Patrolling the Cold War Skies: Reheat Sunset

    By Philip Keeble

    Hardback Save £9.54 = £20.46

    This book is set within the Cold War and is told through the lens of a RAF Pilot's Flying Log Book. It contains anecdotes that put flesh to the logbooks in an exciting and amusing way: it is full of exciting sorties, dangerous emergencies, stupid moments, and funny occurrences, but...

    Golden Len Goulden: The Life and Times of a West Ham Legend

    By Brian Belton

    Paperback Save £4.34 = £12.65

    The biography of one of West Ham United's greatest ever players and the history of the club during his time in claret and blue. During those dozen years, Len Goulden became an England star. In May 1938, he scored the final goal in the defeat of Germany; the game became...

    They Nearly Reached the Sky: West Ham United in Europe

    By Brian Belton

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    In 1965 West Ham United were the first side made up entirely of English players to win a major European trophy. This was the zenith of their European history, but other exciting campaigns were to come. These adventures were to be replicated, but without the pioneering magic the Hammers engendered;...

    Hawker Hurricane: The Multirole Fighter

    By Philip Birtles

    Hardback Save £13.54 = £26.46

    The Hawker Hurricane: without which there would not have been a Battle of Britain. This rugged fighter operated in all climates, from the Arctic to North Africa and Asia. Hurricanes were flown from merchant ships on convoy protection against hostile Luftwaffe Condors. They also served with Allied Air Forces during...

    Evelina: A Victorian Heroine in Venice

    By Judith Harris

    Paperback £12.65

    This is the extraordinary saga of Countess Evelina van Millingen Pisani, a modern woman who lived in the age of Queen Victoria. A friend of Henry James and Isabella Stewart Gardner, she led a rich but turbulent life that spanned from Rome to Constantinople and Venice.

    These Ghostly Archives: The Unearthing of Sylvia Plath

    By Gail Crowther

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    'These Ghostly Archives' traces the authors as they work with Sylvia Plath's archival manuscripts and personal effects in the UK and US. Scholars have mined the richness of these materials for nearly fifty years, and the authors both haunt and are haunted by their subject. The resulting discoveries may change...

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