Second-Hand books for sale
If you want to buy any of these books please e-mail me with details of which ones and where you want them posted - then I'll work out postage and send a PayPal invoice.
Destruction in the English Civil Wars - Stephen Porter (1997)
Fascinating study. 180 pages.
Mudlarking: Lost and found on the River Thames - Lara Maiklem (2019)
The famous book about this increasingly popular pastime. 316 pages.
A Fiery & Furious People: A History of Violence in England - James Sharpe (2016)
A scholarly work. 752 pages.
Sir Bannister Fletcher's A History of Architecture Twentieth Edition (2000)
Large and important standard reference work. 1794 pages.
The Secret Middle Ages: Discovering the Real Medieval World - Malcolm Jones (2002)
Entertaining and informative! Well illustrated. 374 pages.
The Secret History of the World - Jonathan Black (2007)
Great study. 415 pages.
Messianic Revolution: Radical Religious Politics to the End of the Second Millenium - Katz and Popkin (1998)
Fascinating studies. 303 pages.
In Search of the Indo-Europeans: Language, Archaeology and Myth - J P Mallory (1989)
Condition not great. 288 pages.
The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life, vol 1 - Drumvelo Melchizedek (1998)
New Age interpretation. 228 pages.
A Brief History of Secret Societies - David V Barrett (1997)
An excellent study. 346 pages.
These Haunted Islands: The Story of Witchcraft in the Channel Islands - Chris Lake (1986)
Great study. 140 pages.
Sects, Cults & Alternative Religions: A world survey and sourcebook - David V Barrett (1998)
Fascinating insights. 320 pages.
Eat Thy Neighbour: A History of Cannibalism - Daniel Diehl and Mark P Donnelly (2006)
Terrifying true cannibalism. 246 pages.
Escaping Salem: The Other Witch Hunt of 1692 - Richard Godbeer (2005)
Lovely small hardback. 177 pages.
A History of Oak Furniture - Fred Roe (1920)
Examples of European furniture with photographic plates. 40 pages of text, a further 76 pages of photos and illustrations.
The Pagan Dream of the Renaissance - Jocelyn Godwin (2002)
Nicely produced Thames & Hudson book. 292 pages.
The Witches of Salem: A Documentary Narrative - edited by Roger Thompson (1982)
Nice Folio edition with lino-cuts. 194 pages.
The Stopping Places: A Journey Through Gypsy Britain - Damian Le Bas (2018)
Interesting look at Gypsy Culture. 310 pages.
The Subterranean Kingdom: A Survey of Man-made Structures Beneath the Earth - Nigel Pennick (1981)
Fascinating study. 160 pages.
Crypts, Caves & Catacombs: Subterranea of Derbyshire & Nottinghamshire - Graham McEwan (1994)
Great little guide with maps and illustrations. 146 pages.
Witch, Wicce, Mother Goose - Robert W Thurston (2001)
Excellent study of historical witchcraft. 202 pages.
The Materiality of Magic - edited by Boschung & Bremmer (2015)
Interesting collection of essays stretching from the ancient world to post-medieval Britain. 417 pages and additional plates at the back.
Bones for the Archaeologist - I W Cornwall (1968)
Great reference work, well illustrated. 260 pages.
Post-Medieval Archaeology in Britain - David Crossley (1990)
Classic reference work. 328 pages.
Beyond Pilgrim Souvenirs and Secular Badges - edited by Sarah Blick (2007)
Interesting collection of essays. 200 pages.
Brick Building in Britain - R W Brunksill (1997)
A classic study, well illustrated. 208 pages.
Follies - Jeffery W Whitelaw
A Shire guide. 32 pages. Lists of follies by county with numerous pictures.
A History of Ireland in 100 Objects - Fintan O'Toole (2013)
Beautifully produced work with well researched objects. 238 pages.
The History of Witchcraft & Demonology - Montague Summers (1992)
A classic work. 353 pages.