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Featured Book: A Schoolboy’s Wartime Letters

Feb 3rd, 2017 | By

Dinky toys and Spitfires, fags and flying bombs. A personal and poignant insight into a Wartime Childhood. (The) experiences were certainly different to mine and all the more interesting for that! Michael Foreman, award-winning author of ‘War Boy’ This funny, fascinating journal follows the development of a boy and his changing attitudes during WWII from

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Happy New Year!

Jan 10th, 2017 | By

Here at Chronos we would like to wish all our readers and authors a very happy New Year and hope that 2017 brings you all that you wish for. Our wish is to publish more great history books and to work with our authors to make their books a success. If you aren’t on our

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Forthcoming Titles

Dec 9th, 2016 | By

We have some great titles coming out in 2017. Add them to your wishlist today! Catherine of Braganza Charles II’s Restoration Queen Catherine of Braganza, a Portuguese princess, married Charles II in 1662 and became the merry monarch’s Restoration queen. Yet life for her was not so merry – she put up with the king’s

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Great Reviews for Being British

Nov 2nd, 2016 | By

Chris Parish’s book Being British: Our Once & Future Selves is getting great reviews in this troubled Brexit times. The book is a journey into British culture and identity today, outlining a welcome new story for ourselves in these times of lack of belonging. Dr Lynne Sedgmore CBE, previously Chief Executive of three organisations in

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Autumn Reading

Oct 3rd, 2016 | By

We have some great titles that you might like to curl up with this autumn. We have a really interesting book by Mark Olly The Disappearing Ninth Legion that puts this mysterious Roman legion firmly back on the historic map written and presented in an easy and non-technical way by one of Britain’s best up-and-coming

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Learn more about the author of The Last of the Mohicans

Sep 2nd, 2016 | By

Review by Susan Miller This is a fascinating look at America’s first novelist. A man who brought us the western genre as well as the genre of sea sagas. He is probably best know for his series The Leatherstocking Tales which included some of his most famous works that have become enduring classics, The Pioneers,

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History Authors Wanted!

Jun 20th, 2016 | By

Here at Chronos Books we are open to manuscript submissions all year round. We are looking for authors who love history and can write with enthusiasm and knowledge on their chosen subject area. We are looking for manuscripts from all time periods especially biographies and books that showcase new information on controversial historical events. Family

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A Tale of Two Prayer Books

May 12th, 2016 | By

In Just Three Years: Pentecost 1549 to All Saints 1552 is a tale of two prayer books. Henry VIII’s Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer, is credited with a pivotal role in the English Reformation. As well as playing a leading part, together with Henry’s Chancellor, Thomas Cromwell, in securing the separation of the Church in

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Being British

Mar 24th, 2016 | By

Being British: Our Once & Future Selves is a journey into British culture and identity today, outlining a welcome new story for ourselves in these times of lack of belonging. It’s a book for the liberally minded, and those who feel themselves to be post-traditional, not defined by nationality. The book takes a thought-provoking angle,

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The Tudor Brandons

Mar 8th, 2016 | By

Due out in June, this fascinating book studies the life and times of Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon, Henry VIII’s dearest sister and his closest companion. Charles rose from being Henry’s childhood friend to becoming the Duke of Suffolk; a consummate courtier and diplomat. Mary was always royalty. At first married to the King of

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