• Sheikh Zayed Book Award

      The Sheikh Zayed Book Award was established in October 2006, in memory of the late ruler of Abu Dhabi who was President of the UAE for over 30 years. The Award, which has different categories, is presented annually to writers, intellectuals and publishers as well as to young talent whose writings and translations of humanities have enriched Arab cultural, literary and social life.

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    • Fiction
      September 2016

      An Instrument of War

      by Martin Hicks

      It is August 1863 and the Confederate Navy Cruiser Palmetto escapes from Charleston harbour to resume her career as a raider, hunting the shipping of the United States. The succeeding months see her r

    • Fiction
      March 2016

      A Coin for the Hangman

      by Ralph Spurrier

      Booksellers never know what they might find in an estate sale. When our man finds the tools of England’s last hangman, along with the diary of a man he executed, he knows he has a mystery to solve. Was there a miscarriage of justice? Did the wron

    • January 2013

      This is War: Teacher Yuan Tengfei's Lesson of WW2 1

      by Yuan Tengfei

      This book tells the story of WW2 in a clear and interesting way with historical facts. This book is totally different from any history book you have read. Readers can take a lot of joy and also understand the history of WW2 at the same time.

    • True stories
      February 2018

      Ted's Story

      by Alan Robson MBE

      Do you die like a gentleman?Do you die by the rules?Suffering horrors and torment you could scarcely imagine in your darkest​ nightmares, read about the men who instead chose to live like human beings. When the Second World War was over, what remained was a bridge that now lives in history.Ted's Story will tell you how it was built and who built it.Not slaves.But soldiers.Soldiers in captivity. Ted's Story - what does the sum total of your life represent?

    • Biography & True Stories
      March 2018

      Chamberlain and Appeasement

      by Andrew Elsby

      Neville Chamberlain was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from May 1937 to May 1940, and is identified with the policy of ‘appeasement’ towards Adolf Hitler’s Germany in the period preceding World War II. In this new study Dr Andre

    • Literature & Literary Studies
      December 2018

      After 69 CE - Writing Civil War in Flavian Rome

      by Lauren Donovan Ginsberg, Darcy A. Krasne

      Trends in Classics, a series and journal edited by Franco Montanari and Antonios Rengakos, publishes innovative, interdisciplinary work which brings to the study of Greek and Latin texts the insights and methods of related disciplines such as

    • Literature: history & criticism
      October 2018

      The Algerian War in French/Algerian Writing

      Literary Sites of Memory

      by Jonathan Lewis

      This book analyses representations of the Algerian War of Independence (1954–62) in the literary output of French authors of Algerian origin, problematising the extent to which these literary ‘sites of memory’ provide appropriate spac

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      September 2018

      American Labour’s Cold War Abroad

      From Deep Freeze to Détente, 1945–1970

      by Anthony Carew

      During the Cold War, American labour organizations were at the centre of the battle for the hearts and minds of working people. At a time when trade unions were a substantial force in both American and European politics, the fiercely anti-communist Ame

    • Literature & Literary Studies
      January 1985

      Rose Ausländer. Gesammelte Werke / Die Erde war ein atlasweisses Feld

      Gedichte 1927-1956

      by Ausländer, Rose / Herausgegeben von Braun, Helmut

      Die Rechte zur Nutzung der Gedichte von Rose Ausländer vergeben wir – mit wenigen Ausnahmen – nur über die Bände der „Gesammelten Werke“. Bitte recherchieren Sie, in welchem Band sich das gewünschte Gedicht b

    • Fiction
      2010

      Storm Clouds Rolling In

      # 1 in the Bregdan Chronicles Historical Fiction Romance Series

      by Ginny Dye

      Review: Best Historical Fiction series I have ever read! Keep them coming! ~ Dotti I expected to like this book. I did not expect to be hooked! This series is, quite simply, the best historical fiction I ha

    • Fiction
      2010

      On To Richmond

      # 2 in the Bregdan Chronicles Historical Fiction Romance Series

      by Ginny Dye

      On To Richmond is the second book in the Bregdan Chronicles historical fiction series. As of today, there are 10 books in the series. Make sure you start reading with # 1 – Storm Clouds Rolling In. It's readers like

    • Fiction
      2015

      Spring Will Come

      # 3 in the Bregdan Chronicles Historical Fiction Romance Series

      by Ginny Dye

      Spring Will Come is the third book in the Bregdan Chronicles historical fiction series. As of today, there are 10 books in the series. Make sure you start reading with # 1 – Storm Clouds Rolling In. It's readers lik

    • Fiction
      2015

      Dark Chaos

      # 4 in the Bregdan Chronicles Historical Fiction Romance Series

      by Ginny Dye

      Dark Chaos is the fourth book in the Bregdan Chronicles historical fiction series. As of today, there are 10 books in the series. Make sure you start reading with # 1 – Storm Clouds Rolling In. It's readers like you

    • Fiction
      2015

      The Last Long Night

      # 5 in the Bregdan Chronicles Historical Fiction Romance Series

      by Ginny Dye

      Can they survive the Last, Long Night of the Civil War? Historical fiction is my passion. I so love bringing history to life - the reason I dedicate most of my time to writing historical fiction books! The Last, Long Night is the fifth book in the ongoing Bregdan Chronicles historical novel series. It's readers like you who have turned it into a worldwide bestseller. Thank you! Description: The power of the Union army brings the South to its knees in surrender, but not until a year of intense pain and violence creates a chasm that may be impossible for the country to bridge. Carrie struggles to hold on to hope as the world caves in around her, hanging on to the promise she’s been given. She also finally gets to reveal the secret she has held so close. Moses is gravely wounded in battle. Aunt Abby faces danger as she gets more deeply involved with women’s rights, and spends time in Washington, D.C. Robert’s plantation takes a severe loss, but is saved from burning by an unlikely source. Rose continues to thrive in the Contraband Camp and finally has a dream come true. Volume # 5 of The Bregdan Chronicles continues the sweeping saga that now encompasses the final year of the American Civil War. ** How many books will be in the Bregdan Chronicles? You'll have to ask God about that... I intend to write these character's stories, one year at a time, for as long as I'm able to write. I'm passionate about bringing history to life through historical fiction. Since I'm amazingly healthy, that could be for a very long time! I don't like stories to end any more than you do. This one won't end for a very long time!

    • Fiction
      2015

      Carried Forward By Hope

      # 6 in the Bregdan Chronicles Historical Fiction Romance Series

      by Ginny Dye

      The Civil War has ended, but the struggle to rebuild America is just beginning. Historical fiction is my passion. I so love bringing history to life - the reason I dedicate most of my time to writing historical fiction

    • Fiction
      2015

      Glimmers of Change

      # 7 in the Bregdan Chronicles Historical Fiction Romance Series

      by Ginny Dye

      Glimmers of Change is the seventh book in the Bregdan Chronicles historical fiction series. As of today, there are 10 books in the series. Make sure you start reading with # 1 – Storm Clouds Rolling In. It's readers

    • Fiction
      2015

      Shifted By The Winds

      # 8 in the Bregdan Chronicles Historical Fiction Romance Series

      by Ginny Dye

      Will Reconstruction really change America? Historical fiction is my passion. I so love bringing history to life - the reason I dedicate most of my time to writing historical fiction books! Shifted By The Winds is the 8th book in the ongoing Bregdan Chronicles historical novel series. It's readers like you who have turned it into a worldwide bestseller. Thank you! Description: Carrie and her housemates battle cholera in Philadelphia. Her world is turned upside down when she discovers the truth of her heritage. Will it completely change her path? Robert watches his dreams fade before his eyes when he refuses to align himself with southern beliefs after the war. Rose has to face down a new threat, and Moses is forced to step into the role he has avoided. Janie has agreed to marry Matthew, but can she actually move beyond her fears and become his wife? And will Jeremy realize Marietta’s life as a Mulatto’s wife is just too dangerous for the woman he loves? So many of the characters you have come to know and love face both challenges and joys in this turbulent time in history. Volume # 8 of the Bregdan Chronicles continues the sweeping historical saga that now encompasses the second year of American Reconstruction. ** How many books will be in the Bregdan Chronicles? You'll have to ask God about that... I intend to write these character's stories, one year at a time, for as long as I'm able to write. I'm passionate about bringing history to life through historical fiction. Since I'm amazingly healthy, that could be for a very long time! I don't like stories to end any more than you do. This one won't end for a very long time! Ginny Dye

    • Fiction
      2018

      Misty Shadows Of Hope

      # 14 in the Bregdan Chronicles Historical Fiction Romance Series

      by Ginny Dye

      Misty Shadows Of Hope is the 14th book in the Bregdan Chronicles historical fiction series. As of today, there are 14 books in the series. Make sure you start reading with # 1 – Storm Clouds Rolling In. It's readers

    • Historical romance
      2008

      In Love and War

      by Veijo O. Baltzar

      Life is busy in a big European city in the late 1930s, where Dromal, the head of his tribe, runs a wide range of business activities that aren’t always above board. It is not only his tribe who benefits from his operations, but also many leading

    • Press & journalism
      March 2020

      America's Last Great Newspaper War

      The Death of Print in a Two-Tabloid Town

      by Mike Jaccarino

      The prose will be a joy for anyone who loves a well-crafted phrase-turn. It is constructed to evoke Chandler’s Marlowe books; to endure and, if lost, to one day be rediscovered. The author is a tabloid rewrite man and he slaved over it for a decade.

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