Fern House Books
Here are some books already published by Fern House.
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The life of 19-year-old Hannah Brooks takes an unexpected turn when she has an accident and loses a leg.
Fascinating recollections of a motoring life in Southern Africa, against a background of impending political change.
The First Eastern General Hospital (Territorial Force) in Cambridge - and what came before and after it.
Using our knowledge of how language is acquired to teach swiftly and effectively.
The trials and tribulations of learning Spanish.
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Medical fiction for young adults and older.
Cambridge Consultants – the early years (2010) by Rodney Dale.
The story of Cambridge Consultants Ltd (CCL) from its foundation at 12A Ram Yard, Cambridge to its moving to a new building on the Cambridge Science Park, Milton Road, the 'Milton Hilton' of the title.
A history of Huntingdon prison 1828 – 86, with notes on the penal system.
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The Latin inscriptions of Cambridge come to life in a voice both witty and scholarly.
A unique glimpse of Old Stevenage 1940 – 55.
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A new history of this ever-fascinating subject.
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A new rendering of the old story in verse, written for National Poetry Day 2001.
A collection of photographs old and new for the millennium.
A guide to the apparitions haunting the colleges, buildings and streets of Cambridge.
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A biography of the Saint who founded Ely Cathedral.
The Queen of Tarts in the high-rolling days of the Regency aristocracy
With an introduction by Sue Limb
As close as you will get to what Show Business for the working professional illusionist is really like!
With an introduction by Paul Daniels.
A revealing memoir of the Hadfield–Spears Ambulance Unit 1940–1945.
A fictional – but nevertheless important and moving – record of the events culminating in the TienAnMen Square Massacre on 4 June 1989. The author was teaching in Beijing, and managed to escape by the skin of her teeth.
Fiction – time is the subject – time turned about, hence the Fern House colophon showing an hour-glass apparently flowing upwards.