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New non-fiction for January 2015

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My history: a memoir of growing up

The seventh wife of Henry VIII: the woman who almost became his last queen by Kelly Hart

Margaret Douglas: the other Tudor princess by Mary McGrigor

Margaret Douglas: the other Tudor princess by Mary McGrigor

Margaret Douglas, a shadowy and mysterious character in Tudor history, takes centre stage in this tale of the bitter struggle for power during the reign of Henry VIII.

Voices from the dark years: the truth about Occupied France, 1940-1945 by Douglas Boyd

Voices from the dark years: the truth about Occupied France, 1940-1945 by Douglas Boyd

First person accounts of ordinary people bring to life German-occupied France during World War 2. This would appeal to anyone who read Caroline Moorhead’s Village of Secrets.

Voices in flight: RAF escapers and evaders in WWII by Martin W Bowman

Voices in flight: RAF escapers and evaders in WWII by Martin W Bowman

Tales illustrating the bravery and resourcefulness of escapees from German PoW camps in Western Europe during World War 2.

My history: a memoir of growing up by Antonia Fraser

My history: a memoir of growing up by Antonia Fraser

Recapturing the experiences of her Oxford childhood and youth, Fraser chronicles the progress of her love of history since her first discovery of it as a child.

Bloody British History: Suffolk by Robert Leader (eBook)

Bloody British History: Suffolk by Robert Leader

Violent, military and paranormal tales about the history of Suffolk.

Minecraft Hacks - Combat Edition: The Unofficial Guide to Tips and Tricks That Other Guides Won't Teach You by Megan Miller

Learn how the experts defend themselves and fight attackers. With the ever-present risk of attack in Minecraft, here is a guide to build weapons, set traps, and escape to safety.

Magna Carta: The Making of Legacy of the Great Charter by Dan Jones

Magna Carta by Dan Jones

1215: King John, surrounded by unkempt barons, was fast running out of options. On 15 June he reluctantly agreed to fix his regal seal to one of the most famous historical documents.

Brandon King

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