This Autumn Selection brings together a collection of true life nautical adventures, both above and below the waves. There’s a diving trilogy, one woman’s 18,000 mile epic journey of self discovery across the Atlantic and back – and a poignant portrayal of life at sea and ashore in the 1900s. Delightful reads for both arm-chair sailors and those at sea on their own salty adventures. And, highly recommended for anyone venturing into Neptune’s Kingdom, another excellent guide from Paul Boissier, this time on the nautical rules of the road.
- The New Genesis: New Book Proves Earth & Humanity are the “Greatest Experiment” of Extraterrestrials
- Written by noted physicist, Dr Wojciech K. Kulczyk, ‘The New Genesis: The greatest experiment on Earth’ cuts through the traditional opposing arguments of creation and evolution, to prove that extraterrestrial intelligence was involved in the genesis of intelligent life on Earth. Dr Kulczyk came to this amazing realization after observing extraterrestrial technology with his own eyes; an event that has now inspired him to show humanity they’re not only part of a purposefully-designed experiment, but are under constant watch from those conducting it. It’s a new paradigm unlike anything proposed before.
Originally published in Dutch for the Memorial Museum Passchendale in 2016. This English-language edition provides a unique view of the long and bloody conflict in the Ypres Sector of the German positions, making great use of primary sources. – Most Highly Recommended
This is the third edition of a very popular study of the events leading to the Battle of Culloden Moor and the carnage on that day. This new book provides a very readable study of the last Jacobite Rebellion and a guide for those wishing to visit the field of combat. – Most Highly Recommended
Translated from the French for the first time, this is an intimate view of Napoleon from a close personal servant. This new book provides unique insights from someone who was there in Napoleon’s final years, seeing him as a man and as an Emperor descending from the apex of his power. – Most Highly Recommended
The RFC’s 20 Squadron was the highest scoring fighter squadron and was known as the Winged Sabres in RFC and RAF service. This new book provides an insightful study of the history of 20 Squadron fought through the changing air war over the Western Front. – Most Highly Recommended
Leading historians under the editorship of Peter Liddle examine how and why victory was won in the Great War. This new book provides an insightful study stimulating new thinking. – Most Highly Recommended