The author has established an impressive portfolio of aviation histories and established a loyal following of readers. This new book is a worthy addition to the portfolio and covers the men who flew one of the most important combat aircraft of the Cold War – most highly recommended.
Travel back in time to see iconic St Andrews building as it appeared 500 years ago
Digital reconstruction created of university quad
Historic buildings at the heart of St Andrews have been digitally reconstructed to reveal how they looked nearly 500 years ago before the Reformation changed the face of the town forever.
The author served for nearly 40 years in the RAF as a navigator on Buccaneer and Tornado aircraft. A fascinating story supported by two photo-plate sections including some fine full colour photographs. – highly recommended.
A nicely presented history of fighter development since 1945. The aircraft are presented by country and include concise text with excellent colour photographs. – highly recommended.
This very popular series is enhanced by a fine new addition to the catalogue. The Stuka has always been a popular model aircraft and a well-received Christmas present. – Much Recommended.
The publisher has rightly earned a reputation for producing great art books, beautifully illustrated and lavishly bound. This new book lives fully up to the deserved reputation. Gianmaria Buccellati was an artist who chose to work in gold and jewels, leaving a legacy of beauty – Much Recommended.
This is one of those exciting history books that reads like a novel. Churchill made an inspired choice in deciding to support Tito and his Communist Resistance Army. However, it was a relationship that was not just unlikely, but one with potential fault lines. – Much Recommended.
A book about a pilot by a pilot. The story of Harjinder Singh is extraordinary and its telling long overdue. This is a story of a life of achievement, rising from the lowly rank of Hawai Sepoy to Marshal of the Indian Air Force. – Strongly Recommended.
This year seems to have flown by – with two Kydd titles, Persephone and The Baltic Prize, published Kathy and I certainly have been kept busy. We’ve also managed a location research trip to the Netherlands and Belgium gleaning material for future books. Next year looks set to be just as hectic, also with two Kydd titles in the pipeline. As usual, there will be an offering of Collectors Sets for each book. I’ll be releasing details of these in due course but in the meantime you can register your interest by emailing me at the address below.