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By Dobbs, Michael
Published Rearsby: Clipper Large Print, 2013
640 pages
Michael Dobbs tells the story of the last 6 months of World War II, when the Allies went from the hopes of Yalta to the open conflict that would lead...

By Tate, Barbara, 1927-2009
Published Leicester: Charnwood, 2011
384 p. (large print) ; 24 cm
Barbara Tate was 17 when she heard the whispered word that would change her life: Soho. It would take four years for Barbara to escape her loveless home...

By Aston, John, 1951 or 2-
Published Long Preston: Magna, 2010
276 p. (large print) ; 24 cm Large print ed
John Aston's superb fishing autobiography ranges from the boyhood quest for perch in Yorkshire's West Riding, through salmon and carp fishing to his first...

By Wilson, Terry
Published Long Preston: Magna, 2012
209 p. (large print)
Growing up in rural Yorkshire in the 1950s, Terry Wilson spent his school days hunting down 'Just William' books, cutting up apples to help with fractions...

By Fraser, Antonia
Published Rearsby: Clipper Large Print, 2015
400 pages Large print
Antonia Fraser's memoir of growing up has a double meaning. It is partly an attempt to recapture the experiences of her Oxford childhood and youth - in...

By Tuffrey, Peter, author
Published Stroud: Fonthill Media, 2014
224 pages
On 22 May 1934 a zenith of locomotive construction in the UK was reached when an enormous new locomotive entered traffic for the London & North Eastern...

By Harrison, Rosina
Published Long Preston: Magna, 2012
426 p. (large print)
This title provides a fascinating look at the life of a lady's maid, and her spirited employer, Lady Astor, in the first half of the 20th century

By Beleznay, F., 1936- author
Published London: Hodder Education, 2016
160 pages ; 30 cm
Simplify students' exam preparation with help from an IB Mathematics expert. This guide contains accurate and accessible notes, examiner advice, and exam...

By Tyerman, Christopher
Published London: Penguin, 2011
304 p. : 20 cm
The fall of Jerusalem in the summer of 1099 to an exhausted and starving army of Western European soldiers was one of the most extraordinary events of...

By Carrère, Emmanuel
Published Leicester: Ulverscroft, 2018
234 pages ; 23 cm Large print
On the Saturday morning of January 9, 1993, while Jean-Claude Romand was killing his wife and children, I was with mine in a parent-teacher meeting. Jean...
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