Anne of Cleves  by Sarah-Beth Watkins

Anne of Cleves

Sarah-Beth Watkins

Home of the Brave by Donna Bryson

Home of the Brave

Donna Bryson

Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scots by Sarah-Beth Watkins

Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scots

Sarah-Beth Watkins

Catherine of Braganza by Sarah-Beth Watkins

Catherine of Braganza

Sarah-Beth Watkins

In Just Three Years by Canon David Jennings

In Just Three Years

Canon David Jennings

Being British by Chris Parish

Being British

Chris Parish

Tudor Brandons, The by Sarah-Beth Watkins

Tudor Brandons, The

Sarah-Beth Watkins

Exploding the Truth Sep 4 2018

The death of JFK, Jr., - accident or assassination? Exploding the Truth: The JFK, Jr. Assassination presents evidence of a conspiracy to assassinate the only surviving son of President John F. Kenn...

Summer Reading Specials Aug 1 2018

This month we have four great ebooks reduced to 99p just for your summer reading! Lady Katherine Knollys was Mary Boleyn's first child, born in 1524 when Mary was having an affair with King Henry V...

Anne of Cleves Jul 2 2018

Anne of Cleves left her homeland in 1539 to marry the king of England. She was not brought up to be a queen, yet out of many possible choices she was the bride Henry VIII chose as his fourth wife. But...

A Schoolboy's Wartime Letters May 30 2018

Michael Morpurgo, author of War Horse said 'I found it truly extraordinary to be allowed this insight into how it was to be a boy then and live through those years....' A Schoolboy's Wartime Letter...

Home of the Brave Apr 30 2018

Our author Donna Bryson has been having great success with her book, Home of the Brave, about a small town struggling, like many communities, with the question of how to remain vital and vibrant in t...

Catherine of Braganza Apr 3 2018

On special offer this month we have the story of Catherine of Braganza, a Portuguese princess, who married Charles II in 1662 and became the merry monarch's Restoration queen. Yet life for her was ...

In Just Three Years Mar 2 2018

One for the Tudor historians - an interesting look at the tale of two prayer books. Henry VIII's Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer, is credited with a pivotal role in the English Reformation. A...