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The Book of Uplyme (pdf e-book)

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In this fascinating and highly illustrated history by Gerald Gosling & Jack Thomas, the reader is taken through entertaining chapters which span the history of the community in this Devonshire village concentrating mainly on the period from 1850.
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Norfolk Poisoners

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Norfolk Poisoners by Pamela Brooks is aimed at readers who enjoy local history and stories of true crimes. This is one of the few books which deals specifically with the murders around Norwich and Norfolk. The book covers 15 or so actual crimes from the heyday of poisoning – the nineteenth-century – introducing us to the murderers, their victims and the investigations, based on contemporary reports, trial records and gallows broadsheets. Other formats available: Amazon Kindle
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Norfolk Poisoners (epub e-book)

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Norfolk Poisoners by Pamela Brooks is aimed at readers who enjoy local history and stories of true crimes. This is one of the few books which deals specifically with the murders around Norwich and Norfolk. The book covers 15 or so actual crimes from the heyday of poisoning – the nineteenth-century – introducing us to the murderers, their victims and the investigations, based on contemporary reports, trial records and gallows broadsheets.
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8.10 EUR 8.74 USD 11.45 AUD

Royal Visits to Devon & Cornwall (pdf e-book)

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This pictorial celebration of royal visits to Devon and Cornwall selected by John Van Der Kiste is a timely memento of royal connections with the Westcountry.
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The Book of Creech St Michael

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The Book of Newtown, Isle of Wight (pdf e-book)

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Keir Foss tells the story of this remarkable community, the ancient capital of the Isle of Wight. Tis fascinating heavily illustrated book covers every aspect of local life down through the years, from schooling, farming, entertainment and sport to work and worship in times of hardship and poverty, wealth and prosperity.
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The Old Mineral Line

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In this collection of historic photographs and expert commentary, R.J. Sellick traces the story of the Mineral Railway from its beginnings in 1856, through its fitful decline, to the end of the company in 1925. In this revised and updated new edition guidance is offered to exploring what remains of the railway from routes open to the public.
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6.94 EUR 7.49 USD 9.81 AUD

The Book of Herne Hill (pdf e-book)

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This book by Patricia M Jenkyns contains the story of Herne Hill's growth into a thriving London suberb through over 300 historic photographs.
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A Portrait of Portsmouth

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This book by Ian McGowan seeks to portray a sense of Portsmouth’s outstanding heritage with photographs and a degree of historical text that will appeal to residents and visitors alike. Many of the well-known attractions are illustrated here, together with other elements still waiting to be discovered. In the 200 years since the Battle of Trafalgar, this is an enduring portrait of a remarkable city and home of the Royal Navy.
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15.06 EUR 16.24 USD 21.28 AUD

The Road Less Travelled

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Michael Morgan RI is recognised as one of the country’s most innovative and popular painters in watercolour - an artist who has taken his chosen medium a step beyond where many of his contemporaries have feared to tread. This third book provides the reader with a fascinating study of the artist’s aspirations, his influences, and the challenges he has faced on his extraordinary journey.
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46.35 EUR 49.99 USD 65.50 AUD

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