Turquoise and Silver Evening Dress. A perfect dress for Selene, head of House Silverspires.
This fascinating little book will take you behind the scenes on a journey spanning hundreds of years, bringing the story of this much-loved drink up to date.
The only Monte Carlo gambler to devise an infallible and completely legal system to break the bank.
When was the story of the murder of the ‘princes in the Tower’ put out? What bones were found at the Tower of London, and when? Can DNA now reveal the truth?
New Paperback - Life in the Tudor metropolis for both commoner and king alike. Everyday Life in Tudor London vividly recreates this colourful city.
A fascinating, lavishly illustrated look at an iconic aircraft manufacturer of the Convair aircraft.
An illuminating, lavishly illustrated introduction to the history of a great British institution - the seaside.
From cinemas to airport terminals, and hotels to private houses, art deco style made a great impact on Britain between the wars, on buildings and structures, inside and out. This is its story.
The fascinating story behind twenty of Oxford's most important archaeological digs, and the finds they produced, as told by the Oxford City Council Archaeologist.
A page-turning account of often misunderstood events which draws attention to the bloodshed caused by religious extremism in Britain's history.
'After what happened to Finland we had to fight communism. It was a terrible threat.' The interviews and images gathered by Jonathan Trigg are vital historical documents.
The forgotten crime of England's greatest hero, Nelson, in the midst of his affair with Lady Hamilton.
Hampshire’s Military Heritage looks at the military legacy of this county on land, by air and at sea from Roman times to the present day.
New Paperback - The incredible true story of a lost Russian submarine and the most outlandish and expensive covert operation even undertaken by the CIA, at the height of the cold war.
New Paperback - Discover the history behind everyone's favourite villain, from the golden age of piracy to the present. Pirates, those desperate men and (some notorious women) who sought fame and fortune, often led short but exciting lives laced with rum and debauchery…
An alternative insight into what has really impacted on the RAF in its first century. Profusely illustrated with images from the Air Historical Branch.