The History Press

Tudor Survivor: The Life and Times of Courtier William Paulet

By Margaret Scard - Published 2012

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Nonfiction

In Tudor Survivor, Margaret Scard has provided a biography of one of the most consistently successful courtiers of the Tudor Court, Sir William ...Read Review

The Last Days of Richard III

By John Ashdown-Hill - Published 2011

Genres:

Nonfiction

John Ashdown-Hill is a historian and member of the Royal Historical Society and the Richard III Society. With several nonfiction books already to ...Read Review

The Siege of Derry 1689: The Military History

By Richard Doherty - Published 2010

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MilitaryNonfiction

This is a study of one of the most iconic episodes in Irish history, the Siege of Derry. The war cry of ‘No ...Read Review

Moonlight Over Denmark

By J. H. Schryer - Published 2010

Genres:

Thriller

Moonlight over Denmark is the tale of a small group of characters and their involvement in undercover operations in Nazi-occupied Denmark in 1943-1945. ...Read Review

Churchill’s German Army

By Helen Fry - Published 2009

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MilitaryNonfiction

Some 10,000 German and Austrian refugees, many of whom were Jews, enlisted in the British army, navy and air force to fight their Nazi ...Read Review

Goodnight Vienna

By J. H. Schryer - Published 2009

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Thriller

Goodnight Vienna is a ’30s title out of the last century – but this is a modern novel printed in 2009. The story takes place ...Read Review

From Dachau to D-Day

By Helen Fry - Published 2009

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Nonfiction

  In a twist of fate, German Jew Willy Hirschfield’s father transferred his family to Bonn from Graudenz fearing the worst if ...Read Review

The Sins of the Father

By Catherine Hanley - Published 2009Published 2012

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Mystery/Crime

England in 1217 is in turmoil. Many nobles have rebelled against King John and invited the French prince Louis to take the throne. Because ...Read Review

The Town House / The House at Old Vine / The House at Sunset

By Norah Lofts - Published 2009

Genres:

Saga

This trilogy, spanning six centuries, is the story of a Suffolk house and the people who lived in it from the late 14th ...Read Review

Freud’s War

By Helen Fry - Published 2009

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Nonfiction

Sigmund Freud has been extensively written about, but Helen Fry’s book concerns his life as a father to Martin, and his son, ...Read Review