William and Harry: the People's Princes is a beautifully illustrated book that charts the lives of these two remarkable young men, from their earliest appearances in front of the camera to their important roles as adult royals.
The Memoirs of Mary Queen of Scots, here, in a riveting first-person account, is the enchanting woman whose name still evokes excitement and compassion - and whose death under the headsman’s axe still draws forth our sorrow.
In Guns and Gangs Graeme McLagan lifts the lid on a hugely unreported but important modern-day problem. After terrorism, the single greatest worry for law enforcement agencies is gun crime, and in particular the so-called 'black on black' shootings.
When Roald Dahl, a dashing young wounded RAF pilot, took up his post at the British Embassy in Washington in 1942, his assignment was to use his good looks, wit, and considerable charm to gain access to the most powerful figures in American political life.
A third memoir from the author of the huge international bestsellers Angela's Ashes and 'Tis.
The King's Speech is the previously untold story of the extraordinary relationship between an unknown and certainly unqualified speech therapist called Lionel Logue and the haunted young man who became King George VI
In the follow-up to his bestselling JFK in Ireland, the Emerald Isle's favourite son delves into his country's past to celebrate the Irish people who through their skills and endeavours helped make the British Isles Great.
Chronicling the Queen's pivotal role at the centre of the state
Though she was one of the most flamboyant women of the late-eighteenth century, Mary Robinson's life was also scarred by reversals of fortune. After being abandoned by her merchant father, Mary was married, at age fifteen, to Thomas Robinson.
What's sexier than an Irish farmer? Well, lots of things, actually, but they certainly aren't as cool, funny, or bring such infectious joy. For seven years, Ciara Ryan's hilarious Irish Farmerswall calendar has been one of the most popular calendars in Ireland.
With Celtic Lightning, bestselling author Ken McGoogan plunges into the perpetual debate about Canadian roots and identity: Who do we think we are? He argues that Canadians have never investigated the demographic reality that informs this book - the fact that more than nine million Canadians claim Scottish or Irish heritage.
Britain From The Air showcases 150 of Britain's best-loved locations with captivating photographs taken from the air, enabling the reader to contemplate them from a fresh view point.
John Jobling takes readers beyond the myth in this unauthorized biography to present the first comprehensive account of the illustrious Irish rockers in 25 years.
Over a career that now spans nearly four decades, U2 has produced one hit album after another and created the template for the giant global stadium tour that other bands now use. From their roots in post-punk, the band has grown and incorporated musical styles from synth pop to gospel, while always making socially and politically aware music that hits a...
Creative, inspirational, at times doggedly loyal, yet famously tempestuous and fickle, Spike Milligan was many things to many people. In Memories of Milligan, Norma Farnes, Spike's close friend and manager for many years, interviews those who knew him best.
Michael Mansfield, QC, is Britain's most high-profile defence lawyer, whose unparalleled commitment to his clients and radical approach to forensics, evidence and disclosure have made him a scourge of the establishment and a champion of the individual in many miscarriages of justice cases.
Maeve Binchy’s heartwarming tales of love, life, and loss made her one of America’s best-loved storytellers. Her novels, which sold more than 40 million copies worldwide, captured imaginations on both sides of the Atlantic in a way that most authors only dream of.
The doctrine of local food is dead. Farmers' markets are merely a lifestyle choice for the affluent middle classes. And 'organic' has become little more than a marketing label that is way past its sell by date.
The authoritative biography of Prince Harry by noted royal family biographer Penny Junor, author of Prince William: The Man Who Will Be King and The Firm: The Troubled Life of the House of Windsor.
Tabatha is back to share her secrets of business success . . .
An enticing slipcased 3D foldout of London’s most celebrated sites makes the perfect gift or memento for Anglophiles or travelers to London.
A sequel to Brendon's bestselling Eminent Edwardians, Eminent Elizabethans is written in the same witty, ironic and irreverent style and reveals how each one played out a major theme in the new Elizabethan medley.
For hundreds of years, Irish soldiers have sought their destiny abroad. Wherever they've traveled, whichever side of the battlefield they've stood, the tales of their exploits have never been forgotten. Leaving his birthplace, the Irish soldier has traveled with hope, often seeking to bring a liberating revolution to his fellow countrymen.
Take a journey through time and explore Britain's heritage. Using the monarchs as the thread, this book brings to life all of the key events from Britain's past.
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We stand a little bit prouder, sing a little bit louder, and smile a whole lot wider.
St. David's Day is the feast day of St. David, Patron Saint of Wales.
Who is Robert Burns and what is a Burns supper all about?
In Ireland January 6th is traditionally known as 'Nollaig na mBan' or 'Women's Little Christmas'.