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    Captain Gill's Walking Stick

    By Saul Kelly

    Hardback £18.46

    New exploration of classic story of Victorian espionage and murder

    Red Wind Over the Balkans

    By Kaloyan Matev

    Hardback £38.43

    This book describes two Soviet offensive operations carried out during September and October 1944. The first was the operation for the occupation of Bulgaria - known as the 'Bulgarian operation'; the second was the Belgrade offensive operation, which was carried out immediately after the Bulgarian operation. Although separate, the two...

    Way Back to God: The Spiritual Theology of Saint Bonaventure - RED WIBALIN

    By Douglas Dales

    Hardback £65.00

    A comprehensive introduction to the theological thought of Saint Bonaventure, from its scriptural roots to its application to the spiritual life.

    Angels in the Market Place

    By C Paul Burnham

    Paperback £6.99

    Angels in the Market Place explores the establishment of Christianity in seventh century England. Augustine of Canterbury has received most of the credit, but what of his forerunner, Bishop Liudhard? He was already chaplain of Queen Bertha of Kent, and was honoured at the time with a magnificent gold medalet...

    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.

    Networks of Power in Palestine

    By Harel Chorev-Halewa

    Hardback £70.46

    This is the first monograph dedicated to the subject of informal networks in Palestine.

    Neither Here nor There: The Many Voices of Liminality

    By Timothy L. Carson

    Paperback £19.50

    An interdisciplinary anthology of essays exploring the concept of liminality and its fruitful application across a wide range of contemporary subjects.

    Mr Bridgman's Accomplice

    By John Dann

    Paperback £7.99

    Growing up in Sussex during the turbulent 17th century, John became involved in the illegal ‘owling’ trade, where he learnt his seamanship. Whilst carousing in a Rye inn he was unexpectedly pressed into the Royal Navy. In 1694, disgruntled with the ill-fated Spanish Expedition, he joined ‘Long Ben’ Every’s mutiny...

    Aesthetic Life

    By Miya Elise Mizuta Lippit

    Hardback £43.67

    Aesthetic Life is a study of modern Japan, engaging the fields of art history, literature, and cultural studies, seeking to understand how the beautiful woman bijin emerged as a symbol of Japanese culture during the Meiji period 1868 1912.

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