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Black Ice, by Corie Mapp

Black Ice, by Corie Mapp

The inspirational story of a wounded veteran of the war in Afghanistan

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The Tudors in Love, by Sarah Gristwood

The Tudors in Love, by Sarah Gristwood

The latest from the acclaimed Tudor historian looks at a new area of study: the courtly code.

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Hitler’s American Gamble, by Brendan Simms & Charlie Laderman

Hitler’s American Gamble, by Brendan Simms & Charlie Laderman

This book covers those few days in the wake of Pearl Harbor that would change the course of WW2.

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The Rebel Daughter, by Miranda Malins

The Rebel Daughter, by Miranda Malins

This is neither men’s history nor women’s history. It is good, gripping history.

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Cheers, Mr Churchill!, by Andrew Liddle

Steven Veerapen

A new book covering Churchill's relationship with Scotland.

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Command, by Lawrence Freedman

Barney White-Spunner

This is an admirable new study of high command.

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Queens of the Wild, by Ronald Hutton

James Sewry

A rich historical account of four Goddess-like figures who defy easy categorisation.

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Meat Grinder, by Prit Buttar

Gordon Corrigan

The less well-known clash of the Rzhev Salient on the Eastern Front is a riveting account.

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The Woman Outside the Walls, by Suzanne Goldring

Bethany Hall

Essential questions are raised in this novel of the Second World War.

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The Rebel Daughter, by Miranda Malins

Steven Veerapen

This is neither men’s history nor women’s history. It is good, gripping history.

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Black Gold, by Jeremy Paxman

Oliver Webb-Carter

This is a significant contribution to the study of Britain's industrial past.

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Brothers in Arms, by James Holland

Rupert Hague Holmes

The Sherwood Rangers get a 'must-read' treatment from James Holland.

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My Name is Ona Judge, by Suzette D. Harrison

Ella Beales

This new novel is both a heart-breaking and heart-warming tale of love, loss, bravery and determination.

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December ’41, by William Martin

Alan Bardos

A good old fashioned suspense thriller.

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Books of the Year

Books of the Year: Part 1

Books of the Year: Part 1

Books of the Year: Part 2

Books of the Year: Part 2

Books of the Year: Part 3

Books of the Year: Part 3

Ring in the New

Ring in the New

Our authors highlight some of the books they are looking forward to reading in 2021.