Based on historical facts, Betrayal of a Republic: Memoirs of a Roman Matrona recounts the demise of the Roman Republic as seen through the eyes and reflections of Cornelia Africana, mother of the Gracchi brothers and a woman at the zenith of power and influence in the Republic.
Lucrezia Borgia is among the most fascinating and controversial personalities of the Renaissance. This biography by German historian Ferdinand Gregorovius goes beyond myth and romance that has obscured the fascinating story of Lucrezia Borgia.
A cookbook with a historic recipe anthology tracks the evolution and modernisation of the cookbook.
A fascinating autobiographical account by an American doctor who bravely chose to remain behind enemy lines... Læs mere
Analyses the situation of Romanians living within the borders of the Austro-Hungarian Empire during WW1.
In A Blue Coast Mystery: Almost Solved, a London nurse narrates the story of a drifter she latches onto in a public hospital. Henri is in permanent recovery, not only from his heroin addiction, but from the 1960s, a decade that invited the unwary to the biggest party in history.
The insightful book reveals the inner workings of this massive prison where the famous prison break occurred in 2015.
Madison and her father try to discover who may have poisoned a revered Hawaiian singing star.