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Churchill's Britain: From the Antrim Coast to the Isle of Wight

Clark, Peter
The book takes the reader the length and breadth of Britain and Ireland to lesser-known places associated with Churchill's life.

Partition: How and Why Ireland was Divided

Gibbons, Ivan
Partition tells us how the idea of dividing Ireland came about, how it gained acceptance and popular support, about its complex and controversial implementation, and the turmoil of the years that followed.

Drawing the Line: The Irish Border in British Politics

Gibbons, Ivan
Drawing the Line provides a concise explanation of the historic background to the current controversy by outlining how the border has continually bedevilled relations between the two countries and why the future of the Irish border after Brexit is of crucial importance.

Phantom Islands

Liesemer, Dirk
Beautifully illustrated with coloured maps and charts, Phantom Islands shows the cunning of imposters and frauds, the earnestness of explorers searching for knowledge, and the pleasure that can be found in our willingness to deceive and to be deceived.

The Tables of the Law

Mann, Thomas
Recounts the early life of Moses, his preparations for leading his people out of Egypt, the Exodus itself and the incidents at the oasis of Kadesh, as well as the engraving of the stone tables of the law at Sinai.


Pindar, Ian
As a young man, James Joyce rejected his country and its religion, but went on to recreate the Dublin of his youth in his fiction. "Ulysses" was initially banned in the US, but has since been recognised as a masterpiece.