A fine collection of essays that started life as book reviews.
A thought-provoking exploration of the prehistoric European mind.
An important part of women's history: the true foundation of "New Unionism" uncovered.
This is no dry theological tome; Brown is seeking to present a complete, detailed picture of his characters' lives as possible.
"Come on, Nell, what shall we have Goodwife Bird and you fall out for a few babbling words?"
Definitely recommended if you enjoy historical novels, or are interested in First Wave feminism.
An enjoyable read that will add to your trivia collection rather than your historical understanding.
You mightn't think a book about the history of manure is to your taste - but you might be surprised.
How families and revolutions can tear individuals apart.
The community and natural world of an Italian mountain village in Liguria are brought vividly into your life.