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Hauntings in Dublin

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Hauntings in Dublin is a different kind of ghost case book. It brings together established tales and modern unexplained everyday experiences of Dubliners and visitors to the city. Here you will find the famous and the infamous, the literary celebrities and the unknown people of the streets, their stories told by Stephen Wade in a rich compendium of tales, ancient and modern. Other formats available: Amazon Kindle
Web Price: £6.99
8.10 EUR 8.74 USD 11.45 AUD

The Story of Bristol

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The Story of Bristol is a best-selling, well-illustrated and wide-ranging one-thousand-year history of the city John Betjeman preferred to Bath and which he famously described as the finest in England. By Brian Little and John Sansom. Other formats available: Amazon Kindle
Web Price: £14.99
17.37 EUR 18.74 USD 24.55 AUD

Swinsbeck

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David Barrow chronicles the fortunes of the Slaters, their triumphs, traumas, lives and loves in this sweeping novel of historical grandeur starting in starts in 1848 in the Blackdown Hills, Devon, coming to a dramatic conclusion on D-Day 1944, back on the same Devon farm. Other formats available: Amazon Kindle
Web Price: £8.99
10.42 EUR 11.24 USD 14.73 AUD

Proper Job, Charlie Curnow!

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In his new novel, Alan M Kent offers an utterly irreverent and wildly improper story of Cornwall. Written in broad dialect, it bubbles with salty satire, but it is also genuinely touching and very truthful indeed. ‘A page-turning, punk-rocking new novel of Cornwall’. Other formats available: Amazon Kindle
Web Price: £8.99
10.42 EUR 11.24 USD 14.73 AUD

Wild Harvest

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Hope Bourne is probably the best-known chronicler of Exmoor. This book completes the trilogy which includes A Moorland Year and Living on Exmoor.
Web Price: £12.99
15.06 EUR 16.24 USD 21.28 AUD

Normal for Norfolk

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Keith Skipper, Norfolk's best loved raconteur, raises many a smile with stories and incidents of local life. Other formats available: Amazon Kindle
Web Price: £12.99
15.06 EUR 16.24 USD 21.28 AUD

Enid Blyton and her enchantment with Dorset

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It is often the case that when an author bases stories on a certain place, the subsequent discovery by the reader of that place’s true identity may come as a disappointment. Not so in this fascinating investigation by Andrew Norman, for the real life locations are equally as interesting and exciting as the nail biting adventures of ‘The Famous Five’ themselves! Other formats available: Amazon Kindle
Web Price: £9.99
11.58 EUR 12.49 USD 16.36 AUD

Electric Pastyland

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In this sequel to his acclaimed novel Proper Job, Charlie Curnow! Alan M. Kent offers another irreverent picture of contemporary Cornwall. Written in broad dialect, this is laugh-out loud fiction, truthful and touching at the same time. Other formats available: Amazon Kindle
Web Price: £9.99
11.58 EUR 12.49 USD 16.36 AUD

Staghunter

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Ernest Bawden was one of the greatest huntsmen of all time. ‘Staghunter' written by Paddy King-Fretts, pulls no punches. Bawden’s character is exposed critically and without compassion; nothing less would do the man justice. By the end the reader knows exactly what it was that made him the supreme huntsman he became – arguably the greatest of them all. “This is a story of a genius … truly a legend in his own lifetime, and deserves to be read all who seek to learn the secret of excellence.” From the Foreword by Baroness Mallalieu. Other formats available: Amazon Kindle
Web Price: £17.99
20.85 EUR 22.49 USD 29.47 AUD

Dorset Diaries

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For thirteen years David Edelsten wrote a much-loved column in Country Life, chronicling the life of his household and village – Glanvilles Wootton, in Dorset. ‘You would be hard put to it to say exactly where the heart of our village lies, or to name its special talent, but we who live here think of ourselves as being among God’s elect.’ For the first time, all of these remarkable pieces are gathered together in book form. Other formats available: Amazon Kindle
Web Price: £12.95
15.01 EUR 16.19 USD 21.21 AUD

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