Roberta J.M. Olson
The original watercolours for The Birds of America, presented in a deluxe edition with a complimentary facsimile print
Unpublished until 1998 because of the Official Secrets Act, Leo Marks's memoir of his time as part of SOE has been acclaimed as one of the greatest accounts of espionage in the Second World War. An unforgettable story of heroism under fire, gallows humour, unswerving loyalty and fatal mistakes.
With Napoleon finally defeated, Captain Aubrey and Stephen Maturin set out for South America to help the Chilean's fight for independence, but with desertions, collisions and love affairs their voyage may be more treacherous than expected. The last novel in the Aubrey-Maturin series.
A hilarious novel from the master of satire and irony. Factory manager Hank finds himself transported to legendary Camelot, but soon discovers that King Arthur's court isn't quite as chivalrous as he thought. Illustrated by David Hughes.