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Our latest books to be released

 
Stillness Lies Deep

Stillness Lies Deep

Norwich-based poets Joy McCall and Tim Lenton collaborate in this unusual book, which captures the essence of Norfolk in a way probably never attempted before: by means of a "conversation" between Joy and Tim using tanka - Japanese verse forms that are short, easily accessible and at the same time quite profound.

These are combined with Tim's photographs of the county from Thornham to Caistor, and from Shotesham to Fring (and as an added bonus, a solitary venture into the highlands of Scotland).

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Squit and Wit ... With Knobs On! Cover

Squit And Wit ... With Knobs On!

Did you know that in Norfolk 'decanter' can mean to slow down a horse while 'lingerie' is loitering in an underwear department and 'rudimentary' a rough kind of school? Well, these and other home-grown delights abound in Keith Skipper's latest book, his 37th off the Norfolk production line since the publishing gods urged him to turn up the volume in 1984. Squit And Wit ... With Knobs On! is a fun-packed tribute to wireless wisdom and whimsy in general and BBC Radio Norfolk's zany panel game Should The Team Think? in particular.

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Viva la Vuelta! - the story of Spain's great bike race 1935-2013

Viva la Vuelta! - the story of Spain's great bike race 1935-2013

Viva la Vuelta! is also an account of a race trying to establish itself in an international calendar where the Tour de France and Giro d'Italia had the advantage of a clear head-start. At times the Vuelta has suffered from an inferiority complex, but its current organisers have approached their race with an innovative spirit, always on the look-out for new routes and mountains to climb, and seeking to create dynamic, fiercely contested stages. For many followers of cycle-racing, the most interesting, and excitingly competitive racing of the three major tours now takes place in Spain.

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