Uncovering a history of community action

The Battle of Cable Street by Tanya Landman tells the story of how a community came together to defeat anti-semitism and hatred.

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Alternative philosophies, witches, warlocks, demons, angels and proponents of the End Times

Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman is what you get when you bring together two of the most inventive and irreverent writers of cult fantasy novels. 

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Update: The mystery of the unidentified children’s books

Regular guest reviewer, Alun Severn helps solve the mystery of the unidentified children's books.

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Modernist architecture and a changing Europe in the 20th century

In Simon Mawer's The Glass Room, a modernist masterpiece of domestic architecture becomes the stage for the drama of Europe at war and peace.

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The mystery of the unidentified children’s books

It’s both exciting and frustrating when you come across books that have no author, no publishing details and carry no evidence of when they were produced. Can anyone identify these charming examples?

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