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Parson Jack Russell

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Charles Noon writes elegantly and in detail of Russell's long life - of his forebears, his school days at Blundell's, his marriage, his ministry and his masterships - to present a new and fully rounded portrait of this fascinating man. Other formats available: Amazon Kindle
Web Price: £16.95
19.65 EUR 21.19 USD 27.76 AUD

Last of the Wooden Walls (pdf e-book)

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This book has been produced to mark the 25th Anniversary of the TON Class Association. It aims to provide a brief illustrated history of the TON Class of Mine Countermeasures Vessels (MCMVs), together with highlights of some of the principal campaigns and deployments in which they engaged. By The TON Class Association with a foreword by HRH The Prince of Wales.
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28.96 EUR 31.24 USD 40.93 AUD

Surviving Another Somerset Year

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In this sequel to his bestseller, How to Survive in Somerset, Charles Wood ‘desnuglifies’ himself from beneath a Wiveliscombe duvet to rediscover that beyond his warped blue front door the English county he loves is still alive and kicking. Other formats available: Amazon Kindle
Web Price: £12.99
15.06 EUR 16.24 USD 21.28 AUD

The Book of Truro (pdf e-book)

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Today Truro is a graceful cathedral city with some beautiful buildings, as well as lovely Georgian architecture. The history of both the City and its people are illustrated here throgh hundreds of photographs, many not previously published.
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The Dawn of Steam

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Through more than 60 colour images, this conveniently pocket-sized book by Robin Jones looks not only at Britain’s rich heritage of locomotives that have survived from the dawn of steam, but the many replicas made in modern times to ‘fill in’ the historical gaps, and where to see them today.
Web Price: £4.99
5.78 EUR 6.24 USD 8.17 AUD

Moors Crags and Caves

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This is the long-awaited reprint of the classic study by Ernest A Baker of the earliest years of walking, rock cimbing and caving in the Peak District and surrounding area.
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8.10 EUR 8.74 USD 11.45 AUD

How to Survive in Somerset

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A blend of the satirical and the poignant, this is book for the long suffering local, the goggle-eyed grockle, the filmstar bearing guns, the well-heeled city type seeking rustic charm, or merely the inquisitive intrigued by ‘How to Survive in Somerset’. By Charles Wood. Other formats available: Amazon Kindle
Web Price: £12.99
15.06 EUR 16.24 USD 21.28 AUD

James Chambury: Colour Light & Shade

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This book, lovingly compiled by James Chambury's daughters, reflects the long years of struggle through which this important artist triumphantly emerged into the light, exquisitely painting all aspects of the Essex and later the Suffolk and Norfolk coastline, as well as the inland scenery of East Anglia and beyond.
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28.96 EUR 31.24 USD 40.93 AUD

Steam's New Dawn

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In this fascinating and profusely illustrated book, Robin Jones, editor of Heritage Railway magazine, looks at Britain’s third century of steam building and the many magnificent projects that are not only ongoing but which have been completed to resounding effect.
Web Price: £14.99
17.37 EUR 18.74 USD 24.55 AUD

Jael

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Jael, legendary country writer Hope Bourne’s only novel, is full of references to the Devon countryside, methods of farming, the seasons and local folk lore. But it is no gentle stroll through pastoral England. Instead it is a torrent of emotions and will be read eagerly by those many thousands who admire Hope Bourne's work, both for her sympathetic understanding of rural life and her passionate insights into human character. Other formats available: Amazon Kindle
Web Price: £12.99
15.06 EUR 16.24 USD 21.28 AUD

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