'Why should people care about a murder during war time?' Two men attempt to solve the killing of a young boy during the Irish War of Independence in 1920.
The never before told story of George Orwell’s first wife, a woman who shaped, supported and even saved the life of one of the 20th century’s greatest writers.
In this history of Prefabs, discover why these supposedly temporary ‘people’s palaces’ are still loved and admired.
A roll call of deaths from Twitter's Medieval Death Bot.
A snoozy travelogue around British history
King Arthur’s Death – an epic work of battle and betrayal; an inspiration for Thomas Malory
160 years after the disappearance of a promising young explorer, the discovery of his missing journals finally reveals the truth behind an extraordinary adventure
The Vanishing Art of Seizing the Day
3 secrets. 27 notebooks. 4 generations. 1 blog. Millions of stitches.
Heat magazine – 18th century style
The story of a dissipated genius in a borrowed hat and coat
A Celebration of the Comedy underdog
A post-apocalyptic novel set in 1066
The story of the saving of the home of modern computing
Archaeology can be a dirty business
A one-volume insider history of the whole damn music business
The astonishing private and public lives of a maverick Edwardian Egyptologist
A history of the British Empire told through drink
A cultural exploration of British houses in fiction
A literary-historical adventure, based on the true story of Britain's most tragic queen
The amazing stories behind my second-hand books and the people who owned them
From Pepys to Tweets: a history of the diary as an art form
Alan Cadbury is back in the thrilling sequel to The Lifers' Club
The first book to explore Byron's eating disorder, his father hunger and his rationale – Anorexia Heroica
The first in a brand new series of Viking adventure fantasy novels
A riotous history of people and things that broke the mould
A biography of Harriet Martineau, the first female journalist
A supernatural murder mystery novel set in late Victorian London.
Captain Jimmy Jones fears the end of the war means his luck has run out