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Foundation: The History of England: Volume 1

Paperback, 01/03/2012, £9.99
£8.99
The first volume in Peter Ackroyd's stunning new six-part history of England, taking us from Stonehenge to the death of Henry VII

Revolution: A History of England Volume IV

Paperback, 07/09/2017, £10.99
£7.69
The fourth instalment in Peter Ackroyd's History of England series.

Queer City: Gay London from the Romans to the Present Day

Paperback, 24/05/2018, £9.99
£8.99
*** A Sunday Times Bestseller ***In Roman Londinium the city was dotted with lupanaria (`wolf dens' or public pleasure houses), fornices (brothels) and thermiae (hot baths). Ackroyd tells us the hidden story of how it got there, celebrating its diversity, thrills and energy on the one hand;

Alfred Hitchcock

Paperback, 07/04/2016, £8.99
£8.09
Alfred Hitchcock was a strange child. Afraid to leave his bedroom, he would plan great voyages, using railway timetables to plot an exact imaginary route across Europe. So how did this fearful figure become the one of the most respected film directors of the twentieth century? This book answers this question.

Canterbury Tales: A retelling by Peter Ackroyd

Paperback, 01/04/2010, £9.99
£8.99
From the exuberant Wife of Bath's Arthurian legend to the Miller's worldly, ribald farce, this title includes tales which can be taken as a mirror of fourteenth-century London.

Peter Ackroyd

Paperback, 28/11/1997, £14.99
£13.49
He came to public notice after the publication of his award-winning novel, Hawksmoor (1985), a thrilling historiographic metafiction that combines the horror of an 18th-century gothic tale of ritual murder with the suspense of a 20th-century detective story.

Tudors: A History of England Volume II

Paperback, 04/07/2013, £9.99
£8.99
The second volume of Peter Ackroyd's masterful history of England: the Tudors

Wilkie Collins

Paperback, 07/03/2013, £8.99
£8.09
Short and oddly built, with a head too big for his body, extremely short-sighted, dressed in colourful clothes, Wilkie Collins looked distinctly strange. But he was none the less a charmer, befriended by the great, loved by children, irresistibly attractive to women - and avidly read by generations of readers. This title tells his story.