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Lesley Yarranton’s brilliant account of how anti-Nazi Germans liberated one city from Hitler’s rule at the end of WW2 (2020).
Kevin Newman’s true story about how an 11-year-old boy in 1920s Hove started his own school (it still exists today!) (2020).
David Boyle’s account of the forgotten success story of the most successful radio campaign in history – to shape resistance to Nazi rule (2016).
Darkly erotic, passionate and unputdownable – Fanny Calder’s fictional account of 13 affairs with men (2016).
Swati Singh’s fascinating glimpse inside the mind of Rudyard Kipling and the real meaning of the Jungle Book (2016).
Princec Kropotkin’s classic memoir of his conversion to anarchism at the Russian court and escape from prison, with an introduction by David Boyle (2016).
An instruction guide with a difference. Very practical (2016).
David Boyle’s novel about local currencies, local economics, clone towns, the Wright Brothers – and the Pied Piper (2015).
David Boyle’s untold story of the Dublin Scandal and the notorious Labouchere Amendment that criminalised homosexuality – and tracking down his own family connection to the events (2015).
A new version of the Wizard of Oz for the age of derivatives trading and Goldman Sachs, by David Boyle; illustrated by Karin Dahlbacka (2010).
A magical novel for about Byron, fairies and the mysteries of the English countryside by history author David Boyle (2007).