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Home of the Brave by Donna Bryson

Home of the Brave

Donna Bryson

Jan 2018

A small town struggling with how to remain vital and vibrant in the 21st century, took on another problem altogether: the difficulty of homecoming for Iraq, Afghanistan and other war veterans.

Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scots by Sarah-Beth Watkins

Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scots

Sarah-Beth Watkins

Dec 2017

The troubled life of King Henry VIII's older sister, Margaret, Queen of Scots, during the tumultuous early years of the 16th Century.

Paradox of our National Security Complex, The by Richard Alexander Otto

Paradox of our National Security Complex, The

Richard Alexander Otto

May 2017

Predominance of the National Security Complex in government has undermined American liberty and security.

Catherine of Braganza by Sarah-Beth Watkins

Catherine of Braganza

Sarah-Beth Watkins

Apr 2017

Detailed account of the turbulent life of Catherine of Braganza, King Charles II's Restoration queen.

In Just Three Years by Canon David Jennings

In Just Three Years

Canon David Jennings

Jul 2016

Pentecost 1549 to All Saints' 1552.

Being British by Chris Parish

Being British

Chris Parish

Jun 2016

How liberals can discover and be part of a new post-traditional story and feel proud of being British.

Tudor Brandons, The by Sarah-Beth Watkins

Tudor Brandons, The

Sarah-Beth Watkins

Jun 2016

The Life and Times of Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon. Amazon #1 Bestseller.

James Fenimore Cooper: A Life by Nick Louras

James Fenimore Cooper: A Life

Nick Louras

May 2016

In the first popular biography of Cooper in a generation, historian Nick Louras brings the man and his age vividly to life.

Hunting the Nazarene by John Koerner

Hunting the Nazarene

John Koerner

Apr 2016

A groundbreaking new analysis of the Gospel of John provides evidence that Jesus Christ rose from the dead a second time.

These Chivalrous Brothers by David Sunderland

These Chivalrous Brothers

David Sunderland

Jan 2016

The story of the 1882 Palmer Sinai Expedition to Egypt, a spying and terrorist mission that ended in the murder of its participants and was one of the great cause célèbre of the nineteenth century.

Life & Times of the Real Robyn Hoode, The by Mark Olly

Life & Times of the Real Robyn Hoode, The

Mark Olly

Oct 2015

A Journey of Discovery.

Lady Katherine Knollys: The Unacknowledged Daughter of King Henry VIII by Sarah-Beth Watkins

Lady Katherine Knollys: The Unacknowledged Daughter of King Henry VIII

Sarah-Beth Watkins

Jan 2015

Comprehensive account of Katherine Knollys' life, not previously explored.

Why The CIA Killed JFK and Malcolm X by John Koerner

Why The CIA Killed JFK and Malcolm X

John Koerner

Nov 2014

A new groundbreaking work presenting evidence that the CIA silenced JFK to protect its secret drug trade in Laos.

Beaten But Not Defeated by Merilyn Moos

Beaten But Not Defeated

Merilyn Moos

Oct 2014

Siegi Moos, an anti-Nazi and active member of the German Communist Party, escaped Germany in 1933 and, exiled in Britain, sought another route to the transformation of capitalism.

Schoolboy's Wartime Letters, A by Geoffrey Iley

Schoolboy's Wartime Letters, A

Geoffrey Iley

Sep 2014

A boy writes home during WWII, revealing his own fascinating story, full of zest for life, information and humour.

Cromwell was Framed by Tom Reilly

Cromwell was Framed

Tom Reilly

Aug 2014

Revealed: The definitive research that proves the Irish nation owes Oliver Cromwell a huge posthumous apology for wrongly convicting him of civilian atrocities in 1649.

Ropley Past and Present by The Ropley Society

Ropley Past and Present

The Ropley Society

Mar 2014

Disappearing Ninth Legion, The by Mark Olly

Disappearing Ninth Legion, The

Mark Olly

Jun 2011

The Disappearing Ninth Legion examines hard evidence for the foundation, development, mysterious disappearance, or possible continuation of Rome's lost Legion.

  • Mark OllyMark OllyMark Olly was born in 1962 in Warrington, England, and educated at Appleton Hall County Grammar Scho...
  • Tom ReillyTom ReillyAmateur historian Tom Reilly has almost single-handedly taken on the might of academia with regard t...
  • Donna BrysonDonna BrysonDonna Bryson is an author and freelance journalist living in Colorado with her husband and daughter....
  • Geoffrey IleyGeoffrey IleyGeoffrey Iley has been writing since childhood, but his working life was in manufacturing, where he ...
  • Chris ParishChris ParishChris Parish is passionate about the subject of Britain, having spent years studying the national cu...
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  • Richard Alexander OttoRichard Alexander OttoRichard Otto worked as an attorney at law in Connecticut for fifteen years. He began his career as a...
  • Nick LourasNick LourasNick Louras is an independent researcher and historian. He blogs at
  • Merilyn MoosMerilyn MoosMerilyn Moos is a retired lecturer and writer.. She is the author of the semi-autobiographical novel...
  • Canon David JenningsCanon David JenningsCanon David Jennings is a parish priest and also Canon Theolgian at Leicester Cathedral. He has prev...
  • David SunderlandDavid SunderlandDavid Sunderland is the author of five books and numerous articles on the economic history of London...
  • John KoernerJohn KoernerJohn Koerner is an adjunct professor of American History at Erie Community College and the founder o...
  • Sarah-Beth WatkinsSarah-Beth WatkinsSarah-Beth Watkins has been a freelance writer for over 20 years, writing for magazines and websites...
  • Moniek  BloksMoniek BloksMoniek Bloks is the editor of the successful blog History of Royal Women. She lives in the Netherlan...
  • Keith John ColemanKeith John ColemanKeith Coleman is a native of Dundee and currently resides in Cornwall, working as a manager in local...