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After Dunkirk

'David does full justice to this “forgotten piece” of history’ Military Illustrated 'A well-researched history’ The Times 'David proves conclusively that Churchill allowed the Highlanders to be cut off’ Scotland on Sunday A DIVISION LEFT BEHIND… On 12 June 1940, more than a week after the last British troops had been evacuated from Dunkirk, the 51st Highland Division was forced to surrender to General Rommel's 7th Panzer Division at the...
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A Kind of Light

‘…bears rich fruit with his evocative and vivid depictions…’ - The Dorothy L. Sayers Society Bulletin TWO STORIES, TWO JOURNEYS INTO THE DARKNESS… Thomasina le Mesurier writes in her journal of finding a miraculous plant which has the potential to save thousands of lives with its medicinal properties, and insists on venturing deep into the jungle to source the healing plant that could have saved her friend and mentor, Doctor...
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Breaking Bones

The streets of Preston are alive with music and banter. But nothing can drown out the sound of breaking bones. Inseparable since childhood and feared by their community, Tony, Eddie and Frankie are beyond the reach of justice. The brutal gang, The Three Dogs, are a law unto themselves. Detective Jim Hacker has watched The Dogs grow from thuggish youths to psychotic criminals. He seems to be the only one...
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A Kiss Before Killing

Each man kills the thing he loves… Edward Marsham is admitted to the Royal Infirmary having hung himself in his prison cell. As predicted, he dies. In the wake of several unexpected deaths at the hospital, however, Dr. Claire Woodforde suspects there is a killer amongst the staff. As Detective Chief Inspector Beverley Wharton and her new sergeant Tom Bayes begin to investigate Marsham’s death, they too start to wonder...
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Everybody’s Somebody

‘…see history unfold through the fierce and caring eyes of a woman in love' - Emily Murdoch Rosie Goodison is not one to shy away from life’s problems. Whether it’s finding work or challenging injustice, she squares her shoulders, sets her chin high and faces it full on. Born at the end of the nineteenth century, in the rural south of England and sent into service aged just twelve, Rosie...
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The Queen’s Mary

“Sarah Gristwood breathes new life into the deeply tragic story of Mary Queen of Scots by telling it through the perspective of the invisible woman who sacrificed her life to serve her. Deftly combining a remarkable depth of historical research and detail with vivid and accomplished storytelling, The Queen’s Mary will wrench at your heart strings.” Elizabeth Freemantle, bestselling author of The Girl in the Glass Tower “Gristwood is a...
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Marriage is Murder

‘Clever and entertaining’ Thomas Waugh   Charlie Geddis has just been left by his wife Barbara. And he’s pretty happy about it too. But when Malcolm Palmer - the new man in Barbara’s life - offers Charlie a disproportionately large sum of money for the family home, his suspicions are peaked. House prices in Ballymenace aren’t up to much, especially not that much. As his reporting career at the local...
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The Astors

When twenty-year-old John Jacob Astor arrived in icebound Baltimore from Germany in 1783, his ambition was to live comfortably from the sale of musical instruments. At his death in 1848, he was the richest man in America — he ruled over an empire and had founded a dynasty. Through five generations, charting their rise to social and political prominence in the United States and in England, The Astors explores their...
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The Intruders

‘The descriptions of weaponry…are authentically detailed’ Publisher’s Weekly Summer 1940… The Battle of Britain is tearing the skies. Ken Armstrong is a fighter pilot in the RAF. Freshly promoted to Squadron Leader, his life is about to get far more dangerous. Armstrong’s days of photo-reconnaissance are over. Called to Fighter Command HQ, he receives exciting new orders: Form a special squadron to take the war to the enemy. This secret...
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Arthur Britannicus

‘A fantastic insight into Roman life.' - Tom Kasey, best-selling author of The Dante Conspiracy Carausius is born into a savage life. His father was a respected warrior chief, a leader of men. But as a boy, Carausius witnesses his violent death. As a grown man, Carausius decides to dedicate himself to the cause of Rome. A centurion in the Empire's mighty Army, he earns the respect of his men....
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Endeavour Ink

Endeavour Press, the UK’s leading independent digital publisher, now has an exciting full-scale printed division: Endeavour Ink.

Covering fiction and non-fiction, across a range of genres, we convert the best of our digital list to print, as well as bringing you brand new works from bestselling authors.