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  • 1939 – a novel1939 – a novel Quick View
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    • 1939 – a novel

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    • Kay Boyle (1902-1992) was a prolific writer of novels, poetry, childrens fiction, and translations from French. She and her third husband Baron Joseph von Franckenstein were victims of Macarthyism and HUAC, both being blacklisted from various outlets. The story of a French woman who loves an Austrian--but it is more…
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  • Biggles and the Poor Rich Boy (no. 58)Biggles and the Poor Rich Boy (no. 58) Quick View
  • Biggles Flies AgainBiggles Flies Again Quick View
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    • Biggles Flies Again

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    • Biggles flies again into adventure in the far places of the earth. Stranded among the tropical swamps of British Guiana when the company employing him as a pilot folds up, he takes possession of the amphibian aircraft he is flying and proceeds to earn his living by undertaking dangerous missions…
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  • Biggles Forms a SyndicateBiggles Forms a Syndicate Quick View
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    • Biggles Forms a Syndicate

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    • Biggles is visited by an old friend, Squadron Leader 'Dizzy' Digswell, who has an interesting tale to tell. After being forced to parachute out of his plane flying over the Aden Protectorate in Arabia, he thinks he has come across the ancient ruins of the city of Ophir. He found…
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  • Biggles of the Special Air PoliceBiggles of the Special Air Police Quick View
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    • Biggles of the Special Air Police

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    • First published in 1953, 'Biggles of the Special Air Police' is a collection of 14 short stories featuring Biggles and his colleagues. The stories fall into two sections - the first 7 are, as you might expect, simplistic mysteries featuring Biggles and his colleagues in their job as detectives with…
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  • Biggles Sweeps the DesertBiggles Sweeps the Desert Quick View
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    • Biggles Sweeps the Desert

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    • Hopelessness took him in its grip. He knew he was wandering in circles but he had ceased to care. All he wanted to do was drink. His skin began to smart. His feet were on fire... When Biggles arrives in the desert to set up a secret oasis base, he…
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  • Blitzkrieg: From the Rise of Hitler to the Fall of DunkirkBlitzkrieg: From the Rise of Hitler to the Fall of Dunkirk Quick View
  • Blood, Tears and Folly, In the darkest hours of the Second World WarBlood, Tears and Folly, In the darkest hours of the Second World War Quick View
  • City of GoldCity of Gold Quick View
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    • City of Gold

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    • January 1942. Rommel's troops are at the gates of Egypt, soon to threaten Cairo itself. A spy has been leaking British secrets to the German commander, and Captain Albert Cutler has been sent to find them amongst the city's teeming streets and bazaars, before it is too late. But Cutler…
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  • Double-Cross: The True Story of the D-Day SpiesDouble-Cross: The True Story of the D-Day Spies Quick View
    • Double-Cross: The True Story of the D-Day SpiesDouble-Cross: The True Story of the D-Day Spies Quick View
    • Double-Cross: The True Story of the D-Day Spies

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    • From the bestselling author of Agent Zigzag and Operation Mincemeat , comes a thrilling new true story of Second World War deception.D-Day, 6 June 1944, the turning point of the Second World War, was a victory of arms. But it was also a triumph for a different kind of operation:…
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  • Fighter, the true story of the Battle of BritainFighter, the true story of the Battle of Britain Quick View
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    • Fighter, the true story of the Battle of Britain

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    • History is swamped by patriotic myths about the aerial combat fought between the RAF and the Luftwaffe over the summer of 1940. In his gripping history of the Battle of Britain, Len Deighton drew on a decade of research and his own wartime experiences to puncture these myths and point…
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  • Fringes of Power: Downing Street Diaries 1939-1955Fringes of Power: Downing Street Diaries 1939-1955 Quick View
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    • Gallipoli

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    • After returning home Masefield was invited to the United States on a three-month lecture tour. Although his primary purpose was to lecture on English literature, he also intended to collect information on the mood and views of Americans regarding the war in Europe. When he returned to England he submitted…
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  • Goodbye Mickey MouseGoodbye Mickey Mouse Quick View
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    • Goodbye Mickey Mouse

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    • December 1943. A group of US fighter pilots is camped at a windswept air base in Norfolk. Their job is to escort bombers over Germany, and each mission could be their last. Among them are cocky Lieutenant Mickey Morse (nicknamed 'Mickey Mouse'), who is almost on his way to becoming…
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  • Horse under Water (Secret File No. 2)Horse under Water (Secret File No. 2) Quick View
    • Horse under Water (Secret File No. 2)Horse under Water (Secret File No. 2) Quick View
    • Horse under Water (Secret File No. 2)

    • £35.00
    • A sunken U-Boat has lain undisturbed on the Atlantic ocean floor since the Second World War - until now. Inside its rusting hull, among the corpses of top-rank Nazis, lie secrets people will kill to obtain. The sequel to Len Deighton's game-changing debut The IPCRESS File, Horse Under Water sees…
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  • 1939 – a novel1939 – a novel Quick View
    • 1939 – a novel1939 – a novel Quick View
    • 1939 – a novel

    • £25.00
    • Kay Boyle (1902-1992) was a prolific writer of novels, poetry, childrens fiction, and translations from French. She and her third husband Baron Joseph von Franckenstein were victims of Macarthyism and HUAC, both being blacklisted from various outlets. The story of a French woman who loves an Austrian--but it is more…
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  • Biggles and the Poor Rich Boy (no. 58)Biggles and the Poor Rich Boy (no. 58) Quick View
  • Biggles Flies AgainBiggles Flies Again Quick View
    • Biggles Flies AgainBiggles Flies Again Quick View
    • Biggles Flies Again

    • £16.00
    • Biggles flies again into adventure in the far places of the earth. Stranded among the tropical swamps of British Guiana when the company employing him as a pilot folds up, he takes possession of the amphibian aircraft he is flying and proceeds to earn his living by undertaking dangerous missions…
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  • Biggles Forms a SyndicateBiggles Forms a Syndicate Quick View
    • Biggles Forms a SyndicateBiggles Forms a Syndicate Quick View
    • Biggles Forms a Syndicate

    • £50.00
    • Biggles is visited by an old friend, Squadron Leader 'Dizzy' Digswell, who has an interesting tale to tell. After being forced to parachute out of his plane flying over the Aden Protectorate in Arabia, he thinks he has come across the ancient ruins of the city of Ophir. He found…
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  • Biggles of the Special Air PoliceBiggles of the Special Air Police Quick View
    • Biggles of the Special Air PoliceBiggles of the Special Air Police Quick View
    • Biggles of the Special Air Police

    • £16.00
    • First published in 1953, 'Biggles of the Special Air Police' is a collection of 14 short stories featuring Biggles and his colleagues. The stories fall into two sections - the first 7 are, as you might expect, simplistic mysteries featuring Biggles and his colleagues in their job as detectives with…
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  • Biggles Sweeps the DesertBiggles Sweeps the Desert Quick View
    • Biggles Sweeps the DesertBiggles Sweeps the Desert Quick View
    • Biggles Sweeps the Desert

    • £14.00
    • Hopelessness took him in its grip. He knew he was wandering in circles but he had ceased to care. All he wanted to do was drink. His skin began to smart. His feet were on fire... When Biggles arrives in the desert to set up a secret oasis base, he…
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  • Blitzkrieg: From the Rise of Hitler to the Fall of DunkirkBlitzkrieg: From the Rise of Hitler to the Fall of Dunkirk Quick View
  • Blood, Tears and Folly, In the darkest hours of the Second World WarBlood, Tears and Folly, In the darkest hours of the Second World War Quick View
  • City of GoldCity of Gold Quick View
    • City of GoldCity of Gold Quick View
    • City of Gold

    • £12.00
    • January 1942. Rommel's troops are at the gates of Egypt, soon to threaten Cairo itself. A spy has been leaking British secrets to the German commander, and Captain Albert Cutler has been sent to find them amongst the city's teeming streets and bazaars, before it is too late. But Cutler…
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  • Double-Cross: The True Story of the D-Day SpiesDouble-Cross: The True Story of the D-Day Spies Quick View
    • Double-Cross: The True Story of the D-Day SpiesDouble-Cross: The True Story of the D-Day Spies Quick View
    • Double-Cross: The True Story of the D-Day Spies

    • £16.00
    • From the bestselling author of Agent Zigzag and Operation Mincemeat , comes a thrilling new true story of Second World War deception.D-Day, 6 June 1944, the turning point of the Second World War, was a victory of arms. But it was also a triumph for a different kind of operation:…
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  • Fighter, the true story of the Battle of BritainFighter, the true story of the Battle of Britain Quick View
    • Fighter, the true story of the Battle of BritainFighter, the true story of the Battle of Britain Quick View
    • Fighter, the true story of the Battle of Britain

    • £15.00
    • History is swamped by patriotic myths about the aerial combat fought between the RAF and the Luftwaffe over the summer of 1940. In his gripping history of the Battle of Britain, Len Deighton drew on a decade of research and his own wartime experiences to puncture these myths and point…
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  • Fringes of Power: Downing Street Diaries 1939-1955Fringes of Power: Downing Street Diaries 1939-1955 Quick View
  • GallipoliGallipoli Quick View
    • GallipoliGallipoli Quick View
    • Gallipoli

    • £25.00
    • After returning home Masefield was invited to the United States on a three-month lecture tour. Although his primary purpose was to lecture on English literature, he also intended to collect information on the mood and views of Americans regarding the war in Europe. When he returned to England he submitted…
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  • Goodbye Mickey MouseGoodbye Mickey Mouse Quick View
    • Goodbye Mickey MouseGoodbye Mickey Mouse Quick View
    • Goodbye Mickey Mouse

    • £15.00
    • December 1943. A group of US fighter pilots is camped at a windswept air base in Norfolk. Their job is to escort bombers over Germany, and each mission could be their last. Among them are cocky Lieutenant Mickey Morse (nicknamed 'Mickey Mouse'), who is almost on his way to becoming…
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  • Horse under Water (Secret File No. 2)Horse under Water (Secret File No. 2) Quick View
    • Horse under Water (Secret File No. 2)Horse under Water (Secret File No. 2) Quick View
    • Horse under Water (Secret File No. 2)

    • £35.00
    • A sunken U-Boat has lain undisturbed on the Atlantic ocean floor since the Second World War - until now. Inside its rusting hull, among the corpses of top-rank Nazis, lie secrets people will kill to obtain. The sequel to Len Deighton's game-changing debut The IPCRESS File, Horse Under Water sees…
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