99 Immigrants Who Made Britain Great
By Canbury Press
From Handel to Mo Farah, let’s celebrate the immigrants who have shaped modern Britain
A Remembrance Of Ghosts
By Frank Barnard
Reporter Tom Doyle uncovers a sinister world tainted by superstition, sorcery, sacrifice and death
By Jo Shaw, Ben Fletcher-Watson and Abrisham Ahmadzadeh
Fifty reflections on women, power and identity
George Canning Is My Son
By Julian Crowe
A new biography of the remarkable Mary Ann Hunn.
By Jessica Duchen
The mystery of Beethoven's lost love – Immortal Beloved.
By Harriet Young
A dark, chilling thriller about three of the women accused during the 1612 Pendle Witch Trials
By Freya Aitken-Turff and Xiao Ma
The rich history of London’s most iconic cultural districts
A Hundred Years To Arras
By Jason Cobley
From a Somerset farm to the trenches of France: one man's coming of age through land, love and blood
By Paul Waters
Maverick cop Jolly Macken goes looking for a killer, but accidentally starts a war
The Plague and Doctor Caim
By G.E. Gallas
A darkly humorous graphic novel about a doctor grappling against the Black Death.
The Boy from Boskovice: A Father's Secret Life
By Vicky Unwin
What makes a good man bad? Nature or nurture? A story of secrets, lies, loss and abuse…
Thoughty2 Presents: Stick A Flag In It
By Arran Lomas
1,000 years of bizarre history from Britain and beyond.