1976 Punk, Cricket and London's Burning is the story of the rise of punk as both a genre of rock and a cultural movement.
From the back streets of Valletta in Malta, a chance discovery by her father forces Georgina Parker to make a decision.
Two thrones, one heir, a thousand enemies.
From tales of hilarious training ground mishaps and boozy nights in Aldershot to poignant memories of the British army’s final days in Aden in 1967, travelling the world as a
Anno Domini: The Coming of the Messiah is the fourth novel by the author Peter Tallon
Mary was an army trained nurse who later specialised in cancer, hospice and community care. She lost her only son, as a teenager, to Hodgkin's Disease. She lost her parents tog
It was August 1981, and Tonu was about to embark on another journey across the Soviet empire.
Beyond her estates in the comfort and familiarity of rural Hampshire, Jane Dunhaughton knows little of life.
When her brother, Edward, announces his engagement to Elizabeth, Mariah sees no reason not to rejoice.
David Martin Stone Senior, is the father of the writer and photographer pictured on the book cover capturing the nineteen forties through sixties. Look for his photographic work in
Seldom has an area of the British Isles been such a battleground over such a lengthy period of time.
In 1930s' Germany, the Jewish community is a hidden world. When the soldiers arrive, to be Jewish is to be dead. The family must live as other versions of themselves.