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 What would I be … exciting new childrens book out today – illustrated by B-Rad alwayz picture book with a message – click to buy
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Price crash

Just reduced the cover price for the final few copies of Aerocar

Click here to buy on Amazon for the reduced price of £8

Barracks Forts and Ramparts: Perfect Pompey Christmas present, available mid December

“Barracks, Forts and Ramparts.  is such an important piece of work, deep, intelligent and timely, with resonance and effect to help shape the future of Portsmouth. ” – James Hamilton biographer of bestselling books on Gainsborough, Turner and Farday
 

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Socially distanced book launch at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. Started off with a fantastic speech by our Lord Mayor Rob Wood

reviewed in The News (Portsmouth) click here to read

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Sweet Home Hinton Ampner – 3000 copies and counting

Charlie Flindts exciting new book, available now. A diary of Charlie and Hazel Flindt’s farm; 920 acres of heavy land on the National Trust-owned estate at Hinton Ampner click here for recent press

In 2015, Charlie decided that the time was right to record, in the finest detail, a year on a normal, non-organic, non-rare breed farm – the sort of farm that forms the vast majority of the countryside, and feeds an even higher proportion of the population. The result is a comprehensive daily record of weather, farm activities, band rehearsals, gruesome medical matters, rural crime, and, of course, Tuesday nights in the Flowerpots pub. A farm diary like you’ve never read before.

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Really looking forward to promoting this exciting new title based on the heroic Raid on Limbang by the Royal Marines in 1962. A fictionalised account by a Marine who was there. Alan Shoubridges’ witty but factual account is well worth a read.

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