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    A Sword for Christ: The Republican Era in Great Britain and Ireland

    Drawing on the latest research and established sources, A Sword for Christ offers a new and stimulating perspective on the 15-year period between 1645 and 1660, when Oliver Cromwell attempted to create a new type of 'Godly' state after the execution of Charles I.

    Beside the Ocean of Time


    Bruce Lee: The Life of a Legend

    Labels such as 'icon' or 'legend' are rarely attached to one individual to the degree that they are to Bruce Lee. He only made a handful of films, yet four and a half decades after his untimely death at the age of 32, the Little Dragon's influence on culture is as strong as ever.

    Cassius X: The Year That Made a Leg

    Cassius X is the remarkable story of the transformation of Cassius Clay into global icon Muhammad Ali, pivoting on the year that he converted to Islam under the guidance of Malcolm X and prepared for his title fight against ex-convict Sonny Liston.

    Children of the Dead End

    First published in 1914, Children of the Dead End was a hugely popular and influential book on release. This autobiographical novel provides a fascinating window to the past with vivid descriptions of the lives of itinerant workers of just a century ago.

    Dreaming the Impossible: The Battle to Create a Non-Racial Sports World

    Dreaming the Impossible is the definitive book of racism in British sports. Drawing on his extensive knowledge of sport and his own personal experience of racism Mihir Bose examines the way racism has affected black and Asian sportsmen and women and how attitudes have evolved over the past fifty years.

    Dublin: Mapping the City

    Maps are essential tools in finding our way around, but they also tell stories and are great depositories of information. Through a carefully chosen selection of maps, the book traces the growth and development of Dublin from the early seventeenth century to the present day, offering a fascinating snap-shot of how the city has changed over time.

    Every Breath You Take: China's New

    Ian Williams examines the extraordinary rise of the Chinese surveillance state, how information is controlled and how it affects the population. The book also considers the wider implications for all of us, and how we are all tracked, monitored and followed with every click, view and search we make.