General Interest (Non-Military) Books

As well as our extensive list of military titles we have also published a large number of books on non-military subjects which are gathered here under a number of headings...

Use the menu on the left to navigate the various categories and discover all our non-military books.

Below is a small selection of our non-military titles...


A Beat Around the Bush

a beat around the bush
ISBN 1-873203-94-2
by Alastair Tompkins
Experiences of a British officer in the Kenya Police during the 1950s and 60s

A Cornucopia of Packs

A Cornucopia of Packs by Jeffrey Pack
ISBN 1-84683-104-0
by Jeffrey Pack
An illustrated history of the Pack family and their connection with the Kent village of Egerton over several centuries

A Little School on the Downs

A Little School on the Downs by Mary Bowmaker
ISBN 1-903953-30-8

by Mary Bowmaker

How Victorian teacher Harriet Finlay Johnson made a tiny Sussex school world famous

An Ayrshire Shipbuilder

An Ayrshire Shipbuilder by Dougal McIntyre
ISBN 1-84683-009-5
by Dougal McIntyre
Portrait of John McIntyre, a 19th/20th century Scottish shipbuilder

Ink in the Blood

ink in the blood by barrie williams
ISBN 1-84683-039-7
by Barrie Williams
The former editor of three major regional newspapers looks back over his 44 years in the  news industry

SMEC Its History

smec its history by leo & guy a-r-west (cover) 3d
ISBN 978-184683-178-2
by Leonard & Guy A-R-West
An illustrated history of Scale Model Equipment Co Ltd of Steyning, Sussex, England 1946-1960

The Chutes of the Vyne

The Chutes of the Vyne by Francis Chute
ISBN 1-903953-92-8
by Francis Chute
A history of the Chute family and their connection with The Vyne, their stately home in Hampshire for over 300 years

The World of a Latchkey Kid

latchkey kid - oliver (cover) 3d
ISBN 1-84683-175-1
by John Oliver
The life and times of a London-born naval officer, television sound engineer, musician and yachtsman 1931-2007

This House

This House by Jeff Pack
ISBN 1-84683-157-1

by Jeff Pack

The remarkable history of a suburban villa in North Ealing, its owners/residents since 1901 and its surrounding square mile in Pitshanger village