January round-up: this month’s new releases

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New titles in stock this January
Sister Sleuths Boeing 737 Land Craft 4: Stryker Interim Combat Vehicle How Can Man Die Better

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Happy Odyssey Road to Manzikert 1066 1000 Days on the River Kwai

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Arctic Convoys 1941-1945 Seizing the Enigma Mary Queen of Scots’ Secretary Georgian Recipes and Remedies

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Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice was first published on 28 January 1813
Recommended reading for Jane Austen fans:

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Back in stock: A Visitor’s Guide to Jane Austen’s England by Sue Wilkes.

Immerse yourself in the vanished world inhabited by Austen’s contemporaries. Packed with detail, and anecdotes, this is an intimate exploration of how the middle and upper classes lived from 1775, the year of Austen’s birth, to the coronation of George IV in 1820. Sue Wilkes skilfully conjures up all aspects of daily life within the period, drawing on contemporary diaries, illustrations, letters, novels, travel literature and archives.

• Were all unmarried affluent men really ‘in want of a wife?’

• Where would a young lady seek adventures?

• Would ‘taking the waters’ at Bath and other spas kill or cure you?

• Was Lizzy Bennet bitten by bed-bugs while travelling?

• What would you wear to a country ball, or a dance at Almack’s?

• Would Mr Darcy have worn a corset?

• What hidden horrors lurked in elegant Regency houses?


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Coming soon: Jane Austen’s Best Friend – The Life and Influence of Martha Lloyd by Zöe Wheddon.

All fans of Jane Austen everywhere believe themselves to be best friends with the beloved author and this book shines a light on what it meant to be exactly that. Jane Austen’s Best Friend; The Life and Influence of Martha Lloyd offers a unique insight into Jane’s private inner circle. Through this heart-warming examination of an important and often overlooked person in Jane’s world, we uncover the life changing force of their friendship.

Each chapter details the fascinating facts and friendship forming qualities that tied Jane and Martha together. Within these pages we will relive their shared interests, the hits and misses of their romantic love lives, their passion for shopping and fashion, their family histories, their lucky breaks and their girly chats. This book offers a behind the scenes tour of the shared lives of a fascinating pair and the chance to deepen our own bonds in ‘love and friendship’ with them both.

Click to read a guest post by Zöe Wheddon on the P&S blog

Jane Austen’s Inspiration Jane Austen’s Cousin Who’s Who in Women’s Historical Fiction

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