The Wild West of Louis L'Amour is a richly illustrated, sumptuous book commemorating one of America's most beloved and successful authors and the landscapes, characters, and violent times he portrayed.
A travel-sized, bicycle-themed, illustrated notebook with 144 lined pages, maps, an accordion pocket, and a built in pen.
First published in 1956, when it won the inaugural Duff Cooper Prize, Alan Moorehead's book is still regarded as the definitive work on this tragic episode of the Great War.
The Battle of Britain Manual describes and illustrates the ‘nuts and bolts' of how Britain - and the RAF in particular - fought back against the Luftwaffe in 1940, and won. It