Books by Publisher: YouCaxton Publishing

    Peggy Seddon of Middlewich 1914-2009

    By Sue Wincent-Dodd

    Paperback £10.00

    Peggy was born on the eve of the Great War and lived well into the 21st century. She grew up in rural Britain when horses jostled with cars on the streets and the country had not yet broken with the values of the previous century. Many of her experiences were...

    Poor Puss

    By Marilyn Crowther

    Paperback £18.50

    A Social History of English Cats - impressively researched with more than three hundred archival pictures and entertaining anecdotal detail.

    Of peats and putts

    By Andrew Brown

    Paperback £19.35

    In this book, the author visIn this book, one man returns to rediscover his native Scotland through its most famous exports; whisky and golf. He finds that both derive from what makes Scotland great – its land and its people – and that the very earth contributes to the essential...

    How to have a wedding as individual as you are

    By Ross Willsher

    Paperback £10.00

    A guide for all couples (regardless of sexuality, race, age or body shape) who want to plan a wedding based on their own values and beliefs, and not simply follow traditions and feel pressure to conform to someone else’s idea of ‘The Perfect Wedding”.

    Luciferase

    By Sam Branton

    Paperback £10.00

    Drawings by Sam Branton

    The Shrewsbury Drapers Company

    By Nigel Hinton

    Paperback £24.30

    A history of the Shrewsbury Drapers Company from the Middle Ages until the present day

    Horse and Foot

    By A.D.C. Mc Alister

    Paperback £11.40

    This is the memoir of Archie McAlister (Mac), who joined the 11th Hussars in 1911 when he was seventeen and rose rapidly through the ranks. It is a life that reads almost as a military history of the first half of the Twentieth Century.

    New Llanthony Abbey

    By Hugh Allen

    Paperback £16.60

    History of former monastery at Capel-y-ffin, built 1870s/1880s by Father Ignatius OSB (J.L. Lyne) for his Anglican Benedictine community; later occupied by sculptor/typographer Eric Gill and family. Tells of 1880 apparitions of Blessed Virgin Mary, and recent developments including activities of Father Ignatius Memorial Trust.

    The Twisted Legacy of Maud de Braose

    By Fran Norton

    Paperback £12.99

    Lady Maud of Wigore was a stern opponent of Simon de Montfort and a feisty woman. She lived at a time of tumultuous change in the medieval world.

    A Practical Guide to Service Design

    By Amir Azizpour

    Paperback £23.05

    Outside-In Service Design is a User-Centred approach to designing products and services, aiming to give the customer a unique and memorable experience as well as optimising the business processes. Customers are the main influence on the design - the better the experience, the more chance you will have of customer...

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