Month: September 2019

Press Release: The Mask of Command

Posted on 04/09/2019

The Mask of Command A Study of Generalship John Keegan Introduced by Sir Lawrence Freedman ‘Fascinating and enlightening.’ new york times What qualities make a great general, and how have these change …

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Press Release: Oryx and Crake

Posted on 04/09/2019

Oryx and Crake Margret Atwood With a new introduction by the author for this edition Illustrated by Harriet Lee-Merrion ‘Saturated in science, the novel is simultaneously alive with literary resonance …

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Press Release: To Love and Be Wise

Posted on 04/09/2019

To Love and Be Wise Jospehine Tey Illustrated by Mark Smith ‘This disarmingly low-key tale of a mysterious disappearance is the perfect introduction to Tey’s world.’ val mcdermid The incomparable Insp …

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Press Release: Joan of Arc

Posted on 04/09/2019

Joan of Arc Helen Castor With a new foreword by the author ‘With elegant bravado, Helen Castor hacks through the different accounts, giving blood and sinew to a figure sassier than her saintly legend’ …

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Press Release: The Aztecs

Posted on 04/09/2019

The Aztecs Richard F. Townsend Introduced by the author ‘A remarkably fresh and scholarly study … you will read it with pleasure’ times literary supplement A dynamic and powerful people, the Aztecs fl …

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Press Release: Kindred

Posted on 04/09/2019

Kindred Octavia E. Butler Introduced by Tananarive Due Illustrated by James E. Ransome ‘No novel I’ve read this year has felt as relevant, as gut-wrenching or as essential’ the Pool Octavia E. Butler …

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Press Release: The Clicking of Cuthbert

Posted on 04/09/2019

The Clicking of Cuthbert P. G. Wodehouse Introduced by Lawrence Donegan Illustrated by Paul Cox ‘You don’t analyse such sunlit perfection, you just bask in its warmth and splendour’ stephen fry ‘What …

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Press Release: The Velveteen Rabbit

Posted on 04/09/2019

The Velveteen Rabbit or How Toys Become Real Margery Williams Illustrated by William Nicholson Introduced by Shirley Hughes Afterword by Marilynn Strasser Olson ‘Now, with this Velveteen Rabbit, child …

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