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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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Making History, by Richard Cohen

Making History, by Richard Cohen

This book on history and its writing makes for an endlessly fascinating read.

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Dünkirchen 1940, by Robert Kershaw

Gordon Corrigan

A new history of Dunkirk, but from a German perspective.

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Hoax: The Popish Plot That Never Was, by Victor Stater

Michael Ward

Perhaps the most dangerous conspiracy theory took place in the 17th century.

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The Rebel Daughter, by Miranda Malins

Steven Veerapen

The story of Bridge Cromwell, wife of Henry Ireton and a gripping story sharply told.

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The Woman Who Risked Everything, by Ellie Midwood

Laura Bloomfield

A tense and threatening novel.

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The Perfect Corpse, by Giles Milton

Alistair Addison

The acclaimed historian has written a compelling thriller.

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Hitler’s Winter War, by Anthony Tucker-Jones

Rupert Hague-Holmes

A new history of the Battle of the Bulge, but from a German perspective.

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

Cormac Quinn

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

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A War of Empires, by Robert Lyman

Gordon Corrigan

The definitive account of the war in Burma.

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The Last Restaurant in Paris, Lily Graham

Annie Richardson

An emotional exploration of morality and justice

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A Reluctant Assassin, by John Pilkington

Laura Bloomfield

Pilkington proves once again how adroit he is at blending history and crime writing.

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