#Books4Friday

Today we're joining in with the hashtag ‪#‎Books4Friday‬ to recommend some great reads to our lovely facebook friends and followers! Join in with us and many author's to share a book you've written or a book you love. Remember you don't necessarily have to know the author or be the author, just spread the love of books around for #Books4Friday! Join in with us on Twitter also!
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We're obsessed with this ladies life story. This book by Martin Connolly is such an interesting narrative into the insight of Britain's first female serial killer. ‪#‎Books4Friday‬  http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Mary-Ann-Cotton-Dark-Angel-Paperback/p/12432

We're obsessed with this ladies life story. This book by Martin Connolly is such an interesting narrative into the insight of Britain's first female serial killer. ‪#‎Books4Friday‬ http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Mary-Ann-Cotton-Dark-Angel-Paperback/p/12432

After receiving a great book review this title is certainly ‪#‎Books4Friday‬ worthy... " ... There are 105 pages of photographs many published for the first time. It is an admirable collection of interesting and illuminating pictures covering a range of themes from recruiting to Christmas, raids to casualties. The quality of production and printing is very high ensuring clear definition of the photographs combining to make an excellent volume." - Robert Bartlett

Many books have looked at the effect of the war on the Home Front, but this is the first book to take a glimpse at&

http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Poison-Panic-Paperback/p/11988

Helen Barrell will be at the Barber Institute, Birmingham on 30 June at promoting her new book Poison Panic at her book launch.

‪#‎Books4Friday‬ 'Train Doctor' by Roger Senior is a fantastic transport history title that takes you from the 1970’s period, with its first generation Diesels, through to privatisation in 1994 and the electrified East Coast main line.  http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Train-Doctor-Hardback/p/12143

Train Doctor is the story of Roger Senior's career in the railway industry, from 1968 when the author joined British Railways, until his retirement from&

Early Victorian Railway Excursions

There is a widely held belief that Thomas Cook invented the railway excursion.

#Books4Friday Guns of the Elite Forces by John Walter http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Guns-of-the-Elite-Fo…/p/11808 (Reprinted by Frontline Books)

#Books4Friday Guns of the Elite Forces by John Walter http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Guns-of-the-Elite-Fo…/p/11808 (Reprinted by Frontline Books)

A First World War title that won't leave you disappointed! " This fine book re-examines the circumstances and personalities that brought about such a disastrous and costly outcome to a classic example of ‘mission creep’. " ‪#‎Books4Friday‬

A First World War title that won't leave you disappointed! " This fine book re-examines the circumstances and personalities that brought about such a disastrous and costly outcome to a classic example of ‘mission creep’.

If Medieval History is something of your interest, check out this new release entitled 'Mercenaries to Conquerors' today. ‪#‎Books4Friday‬  http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Mercenaries-to-Conquerors-Hardback/p/12141

Mercenaries to Conquerors: Norman Warfare in the Eleventh and Twelfth-Century Mediterranean by Paul Brown

A First World War title that won't leave you disappointed! " This fine book re-examines the circumstances and personalities that brought about such a disastrous and costly outcome to a classic example of ‘mission creep’. " ‪#‎Books4Friday‬  http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Betrayal-of-an-Army-Hardback/p/11863

A First World War title that won't leave you disappointed! " This fine book re-examines the circumstances and personalities that brought about such a disastrous and costly outcome to a classic example of ‘mission creep’.

‪#‎Books4Friday‬ We're really loving Transport History author Matthew Wharmby's title 'The London Enviro400' this week so here's a feature for #Books4Friday  http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/The-London-Enviro-400-Hardback/p/12113

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Developed by Alexander Dennis in 2005 as an all-encompassing replacement for the Dennis Trident and its two bodies, the Plaxton President and Alexander ALX400, the…

Developed by Alexander Dennis in 2005 as an all-encompassing replacement for the Dennis Trident and its two bodies, the Plaxton President and Alexander the&

The two volumes covering Rails Across Europe are divided into one, covering the North and West of the continent, the other dealing with the South…

‪ David Cable's transport history title 'Rails Across Europe: Northern and Western Europe'.

There have been passenger tramways in Britain for 150 years, but it is a rollercoaster story of rise, decline and a steady return. Trams have…

There have been passenger tramways in Britain for 150 years, but it is a rollercoaster story of rise, decline and a steady return. Trams have&

If Britain Had Fallen: The Real Nazi Occupation Plans is now available as an ebook for the first time

If Britain Had Fallen: The Real Nazi Occupation Plans by Norman Longmate✓

We're obsessed with this ladies life story. This book by Martin Connolly is such an interesting narrative into the insight of Britain's first female serial killer. ‪#‎Books4Friday‬  http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Mary-Ann-Cotton-Dark-Angel-Paperback/p/12432

We're obsessed with this ladies life story. This book by Martin Connolly is such an interesting narrative into the insight of Britain's first female serial killer. ‪#‎Books4Friday‬ http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Mary-Ann-Cotton-Dark-Angel-Paperback/p/12432

Pen and Sword author Helen Barrell writes an article for Historic UK about her book 'Poison Panic'. Take a look at it here!  http://www.historic-uk.com/H…/HistoryofBritain/Poison-Panic/

Helen Barrell will be at the Barber Institute, Birmingham on 30 June at promoting her new book Poison Panic at her book launch.

"...this is a very well-produced hardback book, copiously illustrated with both modern and contemporary illustrations. It is well-written, engaging and accessible. It serves equally well as a thesis on the buildings of Nazi Germany, as a practical guide to them." Historic Musings, 2016.  https://historicmusingsblog.wordpress.com/2016/05/20/review-relics-of-the-reich-the-buildings-the-nazis-left-behind/

Review: Relics of the Reich – The buildings the Nazis left behind

Relics of the Reich is the story of what happened to the buildings the Nazis left behind. Hitler's Reich may have been defeated in 1945 but many buildings, military installations and other sites remained. At the end of the War, some were obliterated by

Women of the 1960s author Sheila Hardy had it all; a satisfying career as an English teacher; her own car; then a husband and in 1968, her first son. Her writing took off in the late Seventies when she discovered that her social history talks could be turned into books. She has been a frequent broadcaster on local radio; a Parish councillor and long serving school governor. Research for her books has taken her and her husband all over the country, even to the Caribbean for the biogr

Sheila Hardy, the brilliant author of Women of the has been incredibly busy! Listen out for her interview with Leslie Dolphin on BBC Radio Suffolk tomorrow! Leslie's show starts at 5 May

What was life like in the Victorian underworld – who were the criminals, what crimes did they commit, how did they come to a criminal…

What was life like in the Victorian underworld – who were the criminals, what crimes did they commit, how did they come to a criminal career, and what happened to them after they were released from prison?

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