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The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher - Or the Murder at Road Hill House (Hardcover, Special edition): Kate Summerscale The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher - Or the Murder at Road Hill House (Hardcover, Special edition)
Kate Summerscale
R728 R567 Discovery Miles 5 670 Save R161 (22%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

It is a summer's night in 1860. In an elegant detached Georgian house in the village of Road, Wiltshire, all is quiet. Behind shuttered windows the Kent family lies sound asleep. At some point after midnight a dog barks. The family wakes the next morning to a horrific discovery: an unimaginably gruesome murder has taken place in their home. The household reverberates with shock, not least because the guilty party is surely still among them. Jack Whicher of Scotland Yard, the most celebrated detective of his day, reaches Road Hill House a fortnight later. He faces an unenviable task: to solve a case in which the grieving family are the suspects. The murder provokes national hysteria. The thought of what might be festering behind the closed doors of respectable middle-class homes - scheming servants, rebellious children, insanity, jealousy, loneliness and loathing - arouses fear and a kind of excitement. But when Whicher reaches his shocking conclusion there is uproar and bewilderment. A true story that inspired a generation of writers such as Wilkie Collins, Charles Dickens and Arthur Conan Doyle, this has all the hallmarks of the classic murder mystery - a body; a detective; a country house steeped in secrets. In The Suspicions of Mr Whicher Kate Summerscale untangles the facts behind this notorious case, bringing it back to vivid, extraordinary life.

Leicester in 50 Buildings (Paperback, UK ed.): Stephen Butt Leicester in 50 Buildings (Paperback, UK ed.)
Stephen Butt
R417 R357 Discovery Miles 3 570 Save R60 (14%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

From its origins as a major Roman settlement to its current status as one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the UK, Leicester has a proud and distinctive identity. This extraordinary history is embodied in the buildings that have shaped the city. Leicester in 50 Buildings explores the history of this rich and vibrant community through a selection of its greatest architectural treasures. From the ancient Jewry Wall to the shiny and modern National Space Centre, this unique study celebrates the city's architectural heritage in a new and accessible way. Well-known local author Stephen Butt guides the reader on a tour of the city's historic buildings and modern architectural marvels. The churches, theatres, pubs and factories of Leicester's industrial heyday are examined alongside the innovative buildings of a twenty-first-century city.

Newport History Tour (Paperback): Jan Preece Newport History Tour (Paperback)
Jan Preece
R224 R196 Discovery Miles 1 960 Save R28 (13%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Newport History Tour offers a fascinating insight into the history of this city in South Wales. Local author Jan Preece guides us around its well-known streets and buildings, showing how its famous landmarks used to look and how they have changed over the years, as well as exploring its lesser-known sights and hidden corners. With the help of a handy location map, readers are invited to follow a timeline of events and discover for themselves the changing face of Newport.

50 Finds From Surrey - Objects from the Portable Antiquities Scheme (Paperback, Uk Ed.): David Williams 50 Finds From Surrey - Objects from the Portable Antiquities Scheme (Paperback, Uk Ed.)
David Williams
R418 R357 Discovery Miles 3 570 Save R61 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Objects dropped by our ancestors can tell us a lot about the past and the landscape in which they were lost or deposited. Many finds, notably those made by metal-detector users, have been recorded throughout Surrey since 2003 by the Portable Antiquities Scheme, which is based at the British Museum. The present county of Surrey covers bands of different geological strata, such as clay and chalk, and sand and gravel. These have influenced the activities of past peoples, and where they lived and worked - and also where they mostly avoided. By looking at objects discovered in Surrey, and by recording where they were found, we can understand these activities better and begin to see ancient peoples as they moved through landscapes familiar to us today. Surrey has revealed its past to us through finds of flint implements; through axes, hoards and ingots from the Bronze Age; through Iron Age and Roman coins and figurines, and through items lost in other historical periods, such as buckles and brooches, seals and rings, weights and harness attachments. Using recent discoveries of archaeological objects, 50 Finds from Surrey allows us to glimpse into a hidden past that is all around us.

Harpenden The Postcard Collection (Paperback, UK ed.): John Cooper Harpenden The Postcard Collection (Paperback, UK ed.)
John Cooper
R417 R357 Discovery Miles 3 570 Save R60 (14%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Harpenden: The Postcard Collection depicts a vibrant selection of over 170 images captured during the first half of the twentieth century by a small but dedicated group of photographers, who recorded for posterity the copious views of this picturesque village and the immediate surrounding area. Without their undisputed commitment and enthusiasm, much of the delightful pictorial history of yesteryear would have been lost forever. Memories abound as the reader is given a fascinating insight during the time that this rustic Hertfordshire village gradually developed from its early agricultural beginnings into the small, bustling commuter town that we know today. We remember long-gone features such as the Cock Pond in the High Street where cattle once drank their fill, the old blacksmith's forge and the Silver Cup Pond on the Common where generations of children paddled or sailed a toy yacht. This book will surely appeal to anyone interested in picture postcards and the nostalgic history of this charming town.

Sixties Spotting Days Around the Southern Region (Paperback, UK ed.): Kevin Derrick Sixties Spotting Days Around the Southern Region (Paperback, UK ed.)
Kevin Derrick
R419 R358 Discovery Miles 3 580 Save R61 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Sixties Spotting Days Around the Southern Region is a photographic album in full colour, depicting the 1960s with coverage of both steam locomotives and the new traction that was taking over during that great period of change on our railways. These nostalgic photographs are supplemented in the captions with items of news, culture, music and the personalities from the era, which are sure to bring back the memories from our youth. Locations within this volume include Waterloo, Basingstoke, Eastleigh, Southampton, Bournemouth, Weymouth, Salisbury, Exeter, Brighton, Guildford, Nine Elms, Hayling Island and the Isle of Wight, and many more.

Weymouth The Postcard Collection (Paperback, UK ed.): Eddie Prowse Weymouth The Postcard Collection (Paperback, UK ed.)
Eddie Prowse
R418 R357 Discovery Miles 3 570 Save R61 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

As a popular seaside town and resort on the south coast, Weymouth is loved by locals and visitors alike for its rich and varied history. The town was particularly favoured by the Georgians, who popularised the seaside holiday and contributed a wealth of architecture to the town. Weymouth's prominent fishing industry and proximity to the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage site, add to its unique appeal. In more recent years, the town has played host to the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and a variety of other sports tournaments and championships. It is for these reasons and more that Weymouth is foremost in the minds of many. Join local man Eddie Prowse for a tour around the town and the surrounding area, including the harbour and heritage sites. Carefully selected by the author from his twenty-five-year-old collection of postcards, each image offers a fascinating record of the town and its people.

Secret Bracknell (Paperback, UK ed.): Marion Field Secret Bracknell (Paperback, UK ed.)
Marion Field
R418 R357 Discovery Miles 3 570 Save R61 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Bracknell was developed as a 'new town' in 1949, but the area had been evolving since Saxon times. A royal charter from AD 942 mentions 'Bracken Head' and a local comprehensive school still bears the name 'Brackenhale'. It was a popular hunting ground for kings and queens and it was here that the widowed Catherine of Aragon became friendly with the newly crowned Henry VIII and secretly married him. Bull-baiting and cock fighting were popular until 1835, when both were banned. Subsequently a pub in the high street bears the name 'The Bull'. In the eighteenth century, highwaymen and street gangs flourished and stories of their exploits abound. Secret Bracknell will incorporate many of the little-known stories of royal visitors, highwaymen, murders, ghosts and other incidents hidden beneath the 'new town'.

A-Z of Swansea - Places-People-History (Paperback, UK ed.): Geoff Brookes A-Z of Swansea - Places-People-History (Paperback, UK ed.)
Geoff Brookes
R418 R358 Discovery Miles 3 580 Save R60 (14%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This is a book for everyone who loves Swansea, this rainswept place by the sea. The town has not always lived in the full glare of history but it is a place that has made its own contribution to the world, always looking outwards. As Swansea's industry developed, the rural poor moved into the town in search of employment in the copper works and mines, each trying to build a new life in a cramped town. Add to this the rest of the world that arrived via the docks and you get a heady and bewildering mix. From the Swansea social whirl of the Georgian Assembly Rooms to the bizarre story of Zeno, murderer and spy, Geoff Brookes takes you on an A-Z tour of Swansea's history. Fully illustrated with photographs from today and yesterday, this new A-Z history will show you the places and the people that have built the Swansea that is loved by both visitors and residents alike.

Whitstable & Herne Bay Pubs (Paperback, UK ed.): Johnny Homer Whitstable & Herne Bay Pubs (Paperback, UK ed.)
Johnny Homer
R419 R358 Discovery Miles 3 580 Save R61 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Kent coastal towns of Whitstable and Herne Bay are 5 miles apart, but are very different in character. However, they are united in having a wealth of diverse and colourful pubs. Whitstable, over the past decade or so, has become one of the most fashionable destinations in the UK, attracting hundreds of thousands of well-heeled tourists every year, both from the UK and abroad. The town also hosts a highly regarded literary festival and also a biannual contemporary art festival. Whitstable's many pubs are central to both events and all year round play a major part in the town's culture. Herne Bay has lived in Whitstable's trendy shadow for some time now, but over the past two years has been developing a character all of its own. It now combines elements of a traditional English seaside town with a number of increasingly upmarket elements and a diverse range of pubs.

Newcastle-under-Lyme Pubs (Paperback, UK ed.): Mervyn Edwards Newcastle-under-Lyme Pubs (Paperback, UK ed.)
Mervyn Edwards
R419 R358 Discovery Miles 3 580 Save R61 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Newcastle-under-Lyme manages to combine a rich and often dramatic history with a vibrant contemporary feel. You'll find no better illustration of this coming together of the old and the new than in the town's diverse variety of pubs. From hostelries of genuine antiquity through to battered old backstreet boozers, and from cutting-edge brewpubs to craft-beer bars, this Staffordshire market town really does offer something for everyone. People have been enjoying the hospitality offered by Newcastle's many watering holes since the days when the town was a major producer of clay smoking pipes. Today, that reputation continues as a teeming mix of locals, students and tourists look to quench their thirst. From bustling alehouses that maintain a live music scene through to traditional taverns offering a more sedate atmosphere redolent of a seemingly bygone age, this book will guide you through the town's pub landscape.

Real Preseli (Paperback): John Osmond Real Preseli (Paperback)
John Osmond
R292 R237 Discovery Miles 2 370 Save R55 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher - or the Murder at Road Hill House (Paperback): Kate Summerscale The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher - or the Murder at Road Hill House (Paperback)
Kate Summerscale 1
R312 R253 Discovery Miles 2 530 Save R59 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

It is a summer's night in 1860. In an elegant detached Georgian house in the village of Road, Wiltshire, all is quiet. Behind shuttered windows the Kent family lies sound asleep. At some point after midnight a dog barks. The family wakes the next morning to a horrific discovery: an unimaginably gruesome murder has taken place in their home. The household reverberates with shock, not least because the guilty party is surely still among them. Jack Whicher of Scotland Yard, the most celebrated detective of his day, reaches Road Hill House a fortnight later. He faces an unenviable task: to solve a case in which the grieving family are the suspects. The murder provokes national hysteria. The thought of what might be festering behind the closed doors of respectable middle-class homes - scheming servants, rebellious children, insanity, jealousy, loneliness and loathing - arouses fear and a kind of excitement. But when Whicher reaches his shocking conclusion there is uproar and bewilderment. A true story that inspired a generation of writers such as Wilkie Collins, Charles Dickens and Arthur Conan Doyle, this has all the hallmarks of the classic murder mystery - a body; a detective; a country house steeped in secrets. In The Suspicions of Mr Whicher Kate Summerscale untangles the facts behind this notorious case, bringing it back to vivid, extraordinary life.

Leeds Pubs (Paperback): Paul Chrystal Leeds Pubs (Paperback)
Paul Chrystal
R418 R340 Discovery Miles 3 400 Save R78 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

One of the UK's largest cities, Leeds is a major commercial, financial and cultural centre in West Yorkshire. Leeds Pubs is like a good pub: accessible, friendly and rewarding. It is an engaging guide to the best pubs in the city of Leeds and its surrounding suburbs. The book describes in detail and illustrates seventy or so of the city's pubs, inns and bars, including some that no longer exist or have changed their use. Each pub has a unique story to tell, so the history and development of these pubs is filled with information on origins, the clientele they were built to cater for, significant events and how the pubs got their names or what their names signify. The pubs include the world-famous Whitelock's and The Who Live at Leeds in Leeds University Refectory, the wonderful Griffin and the Scarbrough Hotel, and the many pubs run by Leeds Brewery, Tetley's, Kirkstall Brewery, Timothy Taylor and others. Author Paul Chrystal presents an informative practical guide for anyone strolling in and around Leeds who wants to learn some local history in the most convivial of ways.

A-Z of Woking - Places-People-History (Paperback): Marion Field A-Z of Woking - Places-People-History (Paperback)
Marion Field
R418 R340 Discovery Miles 3 400 Save R78 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Woking is a mixture of the very old and very new. What is now known as 'Old Woking' was mentioned in the Domesday Book but it now forms a suburb of Woking. The modern town grew up around the Basingstoke Canal and the railways that arrived in the nineteenth century, including a line from London to Brookwood cemetery built by the London Necropolis Company to accommodate the city's dead. Today Woking is one of the largest towns in Surrey and is known among other things as the landing place for the aliens in H. G. Wells' The War of the Worlds, the country's oldest mosque (the Shah Jahan), McLaren Racing, the innovative Lightbox art and heritage centre built by the architects of the London Eye and the home town of the The Jam. A-Z of Woking delves into the history of this fascinating town, revealing interesting and significant moments in the story of Woking. It highlights well-known landmarks, famous residents and digs beneath the surface to uncover some of the lesser-known facts about Woking and its hidden gems. This A-Z tour of Woking's history is fully illustrated and will appeal to all those with an interest in this town in Surrey.

San Antonio 365 - On This Day in History (Paperback): David Martin Davies, Yvette D. Benavides San Antonio 365 - On This Day in History (Paperback)
David Martin Davies, Yvette D. Benavides
R455 R373 Discovery Miles 3 730 Save R82 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

San Antonio 365: On This Day in History tells one story a day in the history of the Alamo City, from popular lore to lesser known events critical to understanding its people and culture. The result is a treasure trove of remarkable tales highlighting small ripples that created big waves in the region's history. The stories in San Antonio 365 are fun and enlightening slices of history, but they also highlight our collective need to learn from the past. Internationally known as a center of business and tourism, San Antonio has also been the site of significant episodes in the fight for equal rights and justice, the importance of economic and cultural diversity, and the evolution of good government. Among the 365 stories are the anti-Communist riot at Municipal Auditorium led against Emma Tenayuca, the segregation of cinemas and swimming pools, and the 1955 integration of San Antonio schools. Charming anecdotes and quotes bring each story to life. For instance, did you know that Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid cooled their heels on the streets of San Antonio a few miles from what would became Interstate 10-where the rock group R.E.M. filmed their iconic video "Everybody Hurts"? A lively essay introducing each month underscores the important ways that history is never just about the past. As Kurt Vonnegut said, "History is merely a list of surprises. It can only prepare us to be surprised yet again." San Antonio 365 brings to life more than three hundred years of surprises, highlighting both historical moments that have been overlooked and those told again and again-and the compelling characters who shaped the city.

The Complete Diary of a Cotswold Parson, v. 2 - Curate and Rector (Hardcover): Francis E. Witts The Complete Diary of a Cotswold Parson, v. 2 - Curate and Rector (Hardcover)
Francis E. Witts; Edited by Alan Sutton
R1,423 R1,038 Discovery Miles 10 380 Save R385 (27%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Francis Witts gained a curacy in Wiltshire in 1806 but did not get on with his Rector and was about to be ousted when an opportunity at Upper Slaughter arose after his Uncle Fernando's death. By 1809 Francis is married to Margaret Backhouse and settled there. Frances discontinued his writing from 1808 until 1820 but, fortunately, details come from his mother, Agnes. The volume ends sadly with the death of his brother, George, in 1823 and Agnes's own death in 1825.

The Complete Diary of a Cotswold Lady, v. 1 - Lady of Rodborough (Hardcover): Agnes Witts The Complete Diary of a Cotswold Lady, v. 1 - Lady of Rodborough (Hardcover)
Agnes Witts; Edited by Alan Sutton
R754 R584 Discovery Miles 5 840 Save R170 (23%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Complete Diary of a Cotswold Lady is an extraordinary sequence of daily entries, covering the years 1788 to 1824. During these thirty-seven years Agnes Witts - a remarkable woman with great zest for life - recorded the weather, letters received and letters sent, and most importantly of all, her social diary. Her spirits made her rise above the family's financial disaster caused by her husband's bankruptcy and she and Edward always moved in the best circles, notwithstanding their straitened circumstances.

Leicester Pubs (Paperback): Stephen Butt Leicester Pubs (Paperback)
Stephen Butt
R418 R357 Discovery Miles 3 570 Save R61 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Leicester's pubs have always been more than mere watering holes. They are where businesses were created, battle plans drawn up and where murderers once faced up to their crimes. Richard III spent his final night in Leicester at the Blue Boar in Highcross Street. Nathaniel Corah began his textile manufacturing empire, which employed thousands of Leicester people, at the Globe on Silver Street in 1815. Condemned prisoners on the way to the gallows at Red Hill were allowed a final drink at the Talbot Inn in Belgrave where there are still ghostly sightings, and at the Belper Arms in Newton Burgoland 'Five to four Fred' makes his presence felt precisely at that time. Other local taverns are frequented for specific purposes, such as those near the Leicester Royal Infirmary's Maternity Unit where fathers-to-be and new fathers steady their nerves or celebrate the arrival of their offspring. Now, in the Stoneygate suburb, there's even a Real Ale Classroom complete with blackboard and school bells where customers can be educated about beer. Leicester Pubs is a 'pub tour with culture', reflecting Leicester's history through the colourful stories of its inns and taverns.

Lytham St Annes The Postcard Collection (Paperback, UK ed.): Peter Byrom Lytham St Annes The Postcard Collection (Paperback, UK ed.)
Peter Byrom
R418 R379 Discovery Miles 3 790 Save R39 (9%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Lytham St Annes has always been a bit posh, the yin to its neighbour Blackpool's yang, and home to no fewer than four golf courses, including the illustrious Royal Lytham St Annes. The town actually comprises the two separate towns of Lytham and St Annes, which are joined together at Fairhaven Lake. Lytham is the older of the two, while St Annes-on-Sea (as it used to be known) was a planned town laid out by a Victorian mill owner for a better class of holidaymaker, its grid pattern of wide avenues lined with genteel late Victorian and Edwardian villas. The first decade of the twentieth century was also the period when the sending of picture postcards became almost a national obsession. Today these postcards provide us with a unique and fascinating record of the buildings, the traffic and the people of a long-vanished England. Reproduced in this book are over 160 postcards of Lytham St Annes which show the town in all its former glory.

Winson Green to Brookfields Through Time Revised Edition (Paperback, Revised edition): Ted Rudge Winson Green to Brookfields Through Time Revised Edition (Paperback, Revised edition)
Ted Rudge
R418 R357 Discovery Miles 3 570 Save R61 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The fascinating history of Winson Green to Brookfields is perfectly illustrated through archive and contemporary pictures. With carefully selected photographs, the author has clearly portrayed the effect that industrialisation has had on the area. Not only is this an informative book for those interested in the area, but it also provides a nostalgic look into the past for residents. This is an exciting examination of Winson Green to Brookfields, the famous streets and faces, and what they meant to the people of the Midlands through the past century. Readers can see the historical context in which the photographs are set, and through the author's factual captions the reader can achieve a view of the city's intriguing history. Readers are invited to follow a timeline of events and watch the changing face of the city as Ted Rudge guides us through the local streets.

Faces of Shoreditch (Paperback): Barbara Asboth Faces of Shoreditch (Paperback)
Barbara Asboth
R418 R358 Discovery Miles 3 580 Save R60 (14%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Shoreditch, the inner-city district of central London, is one of our capital's most well-known areas. Located within the London Borough of Hackney and part of the historic East End, it is steeped in heritage. Present-day Shoreditch is known for its multicultural community and its vibrant and creative culture. London-based photographer Barbara Asboth captures the essence of one of her favourite districts in the city by turning her camera on its inhabitants, the people who make the area what it is today.

Bucknall to Cellarhead Through Time (Paperback, UK ed.): Neil Collingwood Bucknall to Cellarhead Through Time (Paperback, UK ed.)
Neil Collingwood
R419 R358 Discovery Miles 3 580 Save R61 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Bucknall to Cellarhead Through Time follows a short stretch of the A52 from the ancient village of Bucknall, at the edge of the Stoke-on-Trent conurbation, to Cellarhead in the Staffordshire Moorlands. Although often thought of as simply a route out of 'the city', this area, like everywhere else in England boasts a rich history. It is a journey of just four miles, beginning in densely populated Stoke and ending in the countryside of the Staffordshire Moorlands. Bucknall, which appeared in the Domesday Survey of 1088 as 'Buchnole', has a parish church and until relatively recently had both a railway station and a hospital. Today it is a residential area straddling the A52, which here is known as Werrington Road. Near the former site of The Brookhouse, right where the Causley Brook passes beneath the road, the A52 crosses from Stoke-on-Trent into the Staffordshire Moorlands. The road changes its name here to Ash Bank Road and climbs past Ash Hall to Werrington. Werrington has a church, shops and houses, an old windmill, telecommunications tower and young offenders' institution. On the far side of Werrington the road again changes its name and becomes Cellarhead Road. Our journey ends at Cellarhead crossroads, once famous for having a pub on each corner and now with no pub at all.

Thames Path in London - From Hampton Court to Crayford Ness: 50 miles of historic riverside walk (Paperback, New edition):... Thames Path in London - From Hampton Court to Crayford Ness: 50 miles of historic riverside walk (Paperback, New edition)
Phoebe Clapham
R414 R295 Discovery Miles 2 950 Save R119 (29%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Fully revised and updated. This comprehensive guide to the London section of the Thames Path Trail Guide covers the route from Hampton Court in the east to the Thames Barrier in the west, with an extension into Crayford Ness. From the Mesolithic Period timber piles near Vauxhall Bridge to the innovative Shard skyscraper at London Bridge, the long and remarkable history of London is revealed. Clapham covers all the folklore from the famous frost fairs to the much-lamented beach near Tower Bridge, not forgetting the poignant recent visit of a large whale to the centre of London. The Thames winds all the way through London's history and culture, from Henry VIII's Hampton Court to the chequered fate of the Dome/O2. Accompanied by easy-to-read maps and colour photography, the London resident as much as the visiting tourist will find in this guide something new every step of the way.

Tales and Traditions of Scottish Castles (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition): Nigel Tranter Tales and Traditions of Scottish Castles (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition)
Nigel Tranter; Illustrated by Nigel Tranter, Rob Burns, Rhoda Burns
R280 R223 Discovery Miles 2 230 Save R57 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Nigel Tranter's gift for bringing Scottish history to life is demonstrated in this lively book which details 45 of the nation's castles with associated tales and traditions. With a broad geographical spread, Tranter breathes life into many of Scotland's gaunt and shadowy ruins with a lively mix of anecdote, fact, myth and legend. An essential holiday companion when visiting Scotland.

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