The Irish Connection

by Jutta Tyler
Historical fiction based on real-life following an Irish doctor's activities during World War 2 including treating both British and German casualties of the Battle of the Atlantic.

The Life & Times of a 20th Century Farmers Boy

by Nick Adames
An illustrated agricultural memoir tracing the fortunes of three generations a well-known West Sussex farming family during 100 years of rural change.

The Long Haul

by William Bloxham
An RAF flight engineer's experiences during WW2 with 138 (Special Duties) Squadron and subsequently as a prisoner of war in Germany.

The Modèle 1866 ‘Chassepot’ needle-ignition rifle

Written & illustrated by Guy & Leonard A-R-West FHBSA
An illustrated history of one of the earliest breech-loading weapons and its unique needle-ignition system, as employed by the French Army during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870/71.

The Natural History of a Country School

by Berwick Coates
A celebration of the 150-year history of West Buckland School in Devonshire.

The Other Royal Air Force

by Ray Clinton
An RAF airman's experiences while on National Service in the UK and Egypt, 1951-55.

The RAF and Me – and RAF airmans experiences in World War II

by Gordon Frost | Experiences of a former Short Stirling navigator with 570 Squadron at RAF Harwell during WW2

The Rock & Roll Years of a Parachuting Medic

by Mick Thompson
The author recalls his 25-year career as a parachutist and paramedic in the Medical Branch of the Royal Air Force 1957-82.
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The Sheeps in the Meadow ... Hopefully

by Eileen Sullivan 
The life and times of Hampshire shepherd, lay pastor and raconteur Dave Sullivan.

The South Coast Beat Scene of the 1960s

by Mike Read
An illustrated history of the local music scene in the South of England during the 1960s from skiffle to psychedelia.

The Spice of Flight

by Richard Pike
Experiences of a RAF pilot in various aircraft, from fast jets to helicopters, in the 1960s and 70s.

The Summer House on the River Havel

by Jutta Tyler
A romantic tale set in Berlin during the Cold War when an innocent looking summer house on the banks of the River Havel is used as a secret rendezvous for escapees from the East.

The Tailors Daughter

by Joan Blackburn
Adventures of Charlotte Adshead 1858-1929 ~ the story of a  Victorian Cockney girl who emigrated to New Zealand in the late 19th Century.
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The Tall Man Who Never Slept

by James Bradley
Biography of Cyril Wild, a British officer who played a significant role in Singapore during World War 2

The Unknown Conscript

by Peter Saunders
A true-to-life tale of National Service recruits in Cyprus during the unrest of the 1950s.

The Wheel of the Law

by Duncan Forbes
Imaginative tales examining varying attitudes to life, death, love, sex and relationships in various parts of the world, inspired by the author's extensive travels in Europe, Asia and the Far East.

The World of a Latchkey Kid

by John Oliver
The eventful life of a London schoolboy during the Blitz, teenage merchant seaman, trumpeter, boxer, Royal Navy radio officer, television sound engineer and trophy-winning yachtsman 1931-2007
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There Goes the Siren

by Sheila Dobson
Childhood memories of the London Blitz and Wartime Evacuation.

Thirteen Ghost Stories

by Alexander Kinghorn
A collection of paranormal tales in the style of M.R. James.

This House

by Jeff Pack
The remarkable history of a suburban villa in North Ealing, its owners/residents since 1901 and its surrounding square mile in Pitshanger village.

This is My Story, This is My Song

by Ray Oram
Experiences of a 20-year-old Landing Craft (Tank) Skipper on D-Day 6th June 1944 and elsewhere during World War II.

Tigers in the Desert

by Ian H. Williams
A Territorial Army reservist's Gulf War experiences during Operation TELIC, Iraq 2003.

To Strive and not to Yield – 626 Squadron and the Battle of Berlin

by Dennis West
The activities of the personnel and aircraft of 626 Squadron, RAF Bomber Command, during the Battle of Berlin in WW2

Tommy – a World War I soldiers story

by Thomas A Crawford
Experiences of a typical British soldier in the Durham Light Infantry during the Great War 1914/18

Tracks Across the Veldt

by Sam Wright
Memoirs of a former Rhodesia Railways employee, recalling the golden days of rail transport in Rhodesia 1950-76.