A small town, its veterans and the community they built together
The Life of King Henry VIII’s Sister
How secrecy and security diminish our liberty and threaten our democratic republic
Richard Alexander Otto
Charles II's Restoration Queen
Pentecost 1549 to All Saints' 1552 - A Tale of Two Prayer Books
Canon David Jennings
Our Once and Future Selves
Mary and Charles - Henry VIII's Nearest & Dearest
The Second Resurrection of Christ
The Mysterious Disappearance of the 1882 Palmer Sinai Expedition
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...
Find out more about the real Robyn Hoode in this book by Mark Olly. Written from the perspective of a genuine historical character and in the form of a complete journal of his life, this fascinating b...
Out this month - Read how a small town struggling, like many communities, with the question of how to remain vital and vibrant in the 21st century, took on another problem altogether: that of the diff...
This month sees the publication of Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scots by Sarah-Beth Watkins. Our author is taking part in the 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway hosted by On the Tudor Trail. If you love all th...
We have two books on from our backlist that are on special offer this month - Beaten but Not Defeated by Merilyn Moos and Cromwell was Framed by Tom Reilly. Both are only 99p on kindle. ...
Margaret Tudor was Henry VIII's older sister and became the Queen of Scotland after her marriage to James IV in 1503. Her life was troubled and fraught with tension. She was continually caught between...
With the autumn evenings creeping in its time to snuggle up with a good book. James Fenimore Cooper was the author of The Last of the Mohicans, The Pathfinder, The Deerslayer, The Pioneers and much mo...