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  • Nine Lives

    Chris Burwell

    Chris Burwell charts one man’s career in aviation from joining the RAF in 1969 aged 18, to having responsibility for training pilots for the world’s major airlines nearly 50 years later.

    £25.00
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  • Flying Forwards, Facing Backwards

    Jim Walls

    This fascinating book showcases the vital role that AEOs held and the importance of radar and electronic warfare in the fight against enemy forces.

    £25.00
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  • Fleet Air Arm Boys Volume One

    Steve Bond

    This first volume looks chronologically at every aircraft type flown in an air defence role since 1945. Involvement in conflicts including Korea, Suez, the Falklands, Bosnia and elsewhere is included, and perforce the cost in human lives, even in everyday operations, frequently emerges. Balancing this are the everyday grind, the good times, the humour, the ‘runs ashore’ and the sense of pride in a job well done.

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  • Gnat Boys

    Rick Peacock-Edwards and Tom Eeles

    Gnat Boys relates the history of the aircraft and includes many fascinating and untold stories told by those who flew the aircraft, many of them well-known and distinguished aviators.

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  • Vegan Buddha Bowls

    Jessica Lerchenmüller

    Really tasty and so healthy: Buddha bowls are fun and easy to prepare – and all without animal products.

    £16.99
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  • Fleet Air Arm Boys Volume Three

    Steve Bond

    Helicopters have been going to sea with the Royal Navy’s Fleet Air Arm for over 70 years. Today’s Merlins and Wildcats, with their dedicated aircrew, maintenance and support staff continue to demonstrate just how vital an asset the helicopter has become. Here are the words of the men and women themselves, skilfully brought to life by Steve Bond.

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  • Vegan Recipes From France

    Kristina Arnold

    French food is regional, full of variety and above all designed for enjoyment, but it is also traditionally rich in products of animal origin: meat, butter, cream, eggs and cheese. Vegan Recipes from France translates all the French classics into vegan alternatives.

    £18.99
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  • Vegan Pasta

    Clémence Catz

    Vegan Pasta by Clémence Catz is a perfect combination for home cooks world-wide. There is nothing easier than making homemade vegan pasta, with or without gluten.

    £16.99
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  • Le Cordon Bleu Bakery School

    Le Cordon Bleu

    Le Cordon Bleu is the highly renowned, world famous culinary school noted for the quality of its courses, aimed at beginners as well as confirmed or professional cooks. In this book there are 80 illustrated recipes, explained step-by-step with 1450 photographs.

    £35.00
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  • Cook with Joan Roca

    Joan Roca

    Cook with Joan Roca teaches step-by-step, with over 2,000 photographs, the main techniques for preparation, cooking and preservation of foods. He also explains the essential basics and foundations of culinary skills.

    £30.00
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  • From Mons to Mali

    Andrew Thomas

    Acclaimed author Andrew Thomas has chosen fifty fascinating cameos of individual actions or incidents across a wide variety of major and minor campaigns and scenarios ranging from the First World War to the present day.

    £20.00
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  • Vampire Boys

    Charlotte Bailey

    Throughout these pages, the “Vampire Boys” bring to life the trials and tribulations of operating a first-generation jet across the globe. Through their insightful anecdotes and exceptional experiences, the reader can follow squadrons across the dusty deserts of Iraq to exercises in West Germany.

    £25.00
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