Cover of "Carved From Coal" and link to more informationCarved From Coal

This is a collection of poems describing life in the South Wales Valleys in the 1940s to the 1960 with black and white illustrations by Gareth Morgan.
Morgan, Ann; Ann Morgan; ISBN 9780993061608; £6.5.


Cover of "Chocolat" and link to more informationChocolat

A delightful tale… And having lived next door to a chocolatier (but in Belgium rather than France) this is one of our favourites!
Harris, Joanne; Transworld Publishers; ISBN 9780552998482; £7.99.



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Cover of "Great Western Railway Stations 1947; A Photographic & Track Diagram Survey (Part Two); The Wirral, Welsh Borders and Wales" and link to more informationGreat Western Railway Stations 1947; A Photographic & Track Diagram Survey (Part Two); The Wirral, Welsh Borders and Wales

An incredibly comprehensive study - a book of reference to pick up and browse and a good starting point for further study.
Smith, R. J.; R. J. Smith; ISBN 9780956731715; £35.


Cover of "Resorting To Murder Holiday Mysteries" and link to more informationResorting To Murder Holiday Mysteries

A collection of vintage mysteries that combine the pleasures of both holidays and a good mystery for getting away from it all. 14 stories range across the golden age of British crime fiction, with exotic locations and both stellar authors from the period and some little known and rarely available gems.
Edwards, Martin; The British Library Publishing Division; ISBN 9780712357487; £8.99.


Cover of "Us" and link to more informationUs

The new novel from the author of the multi-million bestseller "One Day", which he adapted into a successful film starring Anne Hathaway. A bittersweet novel about love and family, husbands and wives, parents and children.
Nicholls, David; Hodder & Stoughton; ISBN 9780340897010; £7.99.




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