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After The Victorians: The World Our Parents Knew

Paperback, 07/09/2006, £12.99
How did Britain's power and influence decline? Seeking to answer this question, this book begins with the reign of Edward VII, when Great Britain commanded the mightiest empire in the world. It ends with the Coronation of Elizabeth II, when Britain emerged victorious from a world war, but ruined as a world power.

Our Times

Paperback, 03/09/2009, £12.99
When Queen Elizabeth II was crowned in 1953, many proclaimed the start of a new Elizabethan Age. This title takes the reader on a journey, distilling half a century of unprecedented social and political change. It propels you from post-war austerity through the alterations in our social landscape to the multi-cultural Britain.

London: A Short History

Paperback, 03/02/2005, £8.99
A short, entertaining and passionate history of London by the bestselling author of THE VICTORIANS

Queen: a royal celebration of the life and family of Queen Elizabeth II, on her 90th birthday

Hardback, 25/05/2016, £10.00
From the author of the critically acclaimed Victoria comes a celebration of the life and times of Queen Elizabeth II, as she celebrates her 90th birthday.

Charles Darwin: Victorian Mythmaker

Hardback, 07/09/2017, £25.00
A radical reappraisal of Charles Darwin from the bestselling author of Victoria: A Life

First, We Make the Beast Beautiful: A new story about anxiety

Paperback, 16/05/2019, £12.99
'I loved this book.' Matt Haig, author of Reasons to Stay Alive and Notes On a Nervous Planet'Probably the best book on living with anxiety that I've ever read.' Mark Manson, author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck If you have anxiety, this book is for you.

Young, Gifted and Black: Meet 52 Black Heroes from Past and Present

Hardback, 24/01/2018, £14.99
This book brings together 52 icons of colour from the past and present in a celebration of achievement.

Way We Eat Now: Strategies for Eating in a World of Change

Paperback, 09/01/2020, £9.99
'Addresses the paradox of our age: why as we become progressively wealthier, our diets become ever poorer . . . the villains of the piece are familiar and plentiful and Wilson lays them bare' The Times

Mystery of Charles Dickens

Hardback, 04/06/2020, £17.99
A brilliant and insightful celebration of the imaginative genius of Charles Dickens, published to commemorate the 150th anniversary of his death.