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The year is 1794 and Jason Bradley is ordered to join the British Navy on a
sloop-of-war to fight the
French during the Napoleonic Wars.
ISBN 9781852001407/ 217x140mm / hardback / 292pp / £17.95
When Rex leaves Hazel in 1960, Peter and Margaret find her an abandoned old
farmhouse and she and her children move in.
This is about their plans, their ideals, about the compromises they make with
reality, and what happens as they live. . .
ISBN 9781852001414/ 217x140mm / hardback / 191pp / £16.95
Pamela Hill has put flesh on the bones of the assumption that Shakespeare went
to Scotland. The acceptance of this fact,
presumed not least by the information in Macbeth, together with the matter of the cryptic messages in his plays, has been ...
ISBN 9781852001131 / 217x140mm / hardback / 155pp / £15.95
A story of love and passion, laced with humour and intrigue.
Stella Ridgeford is a young woman from Devon who already has a feeling that her
life is not quite as she would wish it to be.
ISBN 9781852001070 / 217x140mm / hardback / 229pp / £16.95
In this third autobiographical novel we follow Roger Wallace as he faces the
demands and culture shock of National
Service in the Royal Navy from 1949 to 1951.
ISBN 9781852001018 / 217x140mm / hardback / 223pp / £16.95
Four young teenage mountain bikers; Malc, Walt, Lennie and Lucille, become
involved with kindly old Sebastian Cobb, and
agree to help him in his search for some mysterious ‘firestones’ mentioned in several ancient manuscripts.
ISBN 9781852001162 / 217x140mm / hardback / 163pp / £15.95
When the burning pyres of a foot and mouth epidemic hit the West Devon farm of
Moorview Barton, home to the Dawson
family for 150 years, there follow some traumatic times; first for Jack and
Sarah, then their son and daughter-in-law ...
ISBN 9781852001124 / 217x140mm / hardback / 248pp / £16.95
An aura of mystery surrounds a medieval ring that was once the seal of a
powerful Marcher Lord. The story that unfolds around
its possessor tells of treason and rebellion, betrayal and intrigue. It tells of
love too, a love that spans ...
ISBN 9781852001148 / 217x140mm / hardback / 327pp / £17.95
The year is 1939 and the Wallace family are on holiday in Bognor Regis when war
is declared. For each family member
this news brings differing expectations, but little does eight-year-old Roger
realise that his happy childhood ...
ISBN 9781852000875 / 217x140mm / hardback / 206pp / £15.95
Having become displaced from home as an evacuee in 1942, the idea of boarding
school is exciting to young Roger Wallace.
His head full of Tom Brown’s Schooldays and Stalky and Co., he soon discovers that boarding-school ...
ISBN 9781852000967 / 217x140mm / hardback / 239pp / £16.95