A Trostrey Childhood by Graham Harris  Now Available

A joyous look back at a childhood spent in the Welsh countryside of Monmouthshire.

A War Time Log by John Davies Jones  Now Available

Shot down in September 1944, John Davies Jones spent the next eight months as a prisoner of war. This account, kept at the time, reveals the highs and lows of an unforgettable time.

Our Land of Darkness by Nic Cunningham  Now Available

Wales is a culturally rich nation, with a great future and an incredible past. These stories and tales are intentionally eclectic. One tale you may be in modern day Cardiff, whilst the next in 19th Century Wrexham. Ghosts, Myths and Legends, Wales has all of them

Good Cop Bad Cop by Kevin Moore  Now available    

A fascinating in-depth account of Police Force corruption.

Retired Detective Chief Superintendent Kevin Moore pulls no punches in exploring corruption via some of the most infamous cases of police corruption ever uncovered.

Kevin spent years working in Anti-Corruption and shares insights into the various types of corruption and how it's uncovered.

Newport Operatic Society - The First One Hundred Years by David Kenny      Now available

Newport Operatic Society was one of the best amateur operatic societies ever to grace a stage. As they celebrate their centenary, former member David Kenny explores its highs and lows and recalls some of the characters who drove the Society to its heights.

The Best of Times by Eugene Barter      Coming Soon

This book, Eugene Barter's second, tells of her early life in South Wales, before she moved to London where she found herself working in the House of Commons, eventually as Senior Secretary to former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath. After retiring, she moved to France for twenty years where she ran an auberge, before moving back to her native Wales. A flowing, charismatic book, full of anecdotes of her life and her friendship with Sir Edward.

Exploring New Market Street, Usk by John Barrow

New Market Street, in Usk, Monmouthshire, is regarded by many residents and tourists as one of the most attractive streets in Usk, a Conservation Area.

This book, well-researched and written by Usk resident John Barrow, tells the story of the buildings on the street and brings to life some of its more colourful historical inhabitants.

The Fair Hollow originally written by Ted Baldock, updated by Christina Evans

A brief introduction to the history of St Mary's church, Panteg, S Wales. This quick read introduces the incumbents since the fourteenth century, and notes their contribution to church and parish. It includes a brief description of the churchyard and memorial stones. A very useful and interesting publication for locals and church historians alike.

Available in paperback and as an Ebook

Cargoes - A Celebration of the Sea. John Masefield & Kenneth D Shoesmith. Edited by Glyn L Evans

When a poet or artist is truly able to capture, in words or pictures, man’s fight for mastery of the sea, he may be counted by those who fully appreciate these two art forms, a master of his craft. In this beautifully produced hardback coffee table book, Kenneth D Shoesmith expert Glyn L Evans has matched Shoesmith’s paintings with poems by Poet Laureate John Masefield to examine how a collaboration between the two might have flourished.

£30 + P&P OUT NOW

Real Murder Investigations - An Insider's View

Retired Chief Superintendent Kevin Moore's new book is out on October 1. If you enjoyed his first book, My Way, you will love this insider's account of how real murder investigations actually happen.


Every Woman Remembered by Sylvia Mason

Seven Newport women died in the Services in World War One. This book tells their stories, as well as the stories of other women who contributed to the war effort and paved the way for the new world for women which came out of 'the war to end all wars'.

Minstrel Magic by Eleanor Pritchard

Choirmaster George Mitchell was the inspiration behind the show business phenomenon that was The Black and White Minstrel Show. But his career had already hit the heights, long before the Minstrels were dreamed of. This best-selling biography charts the rise of George and his Singers and their incredible influence on post-war entertainment.

Paperback version released on June 13, 2017    ISBN 978-0-9956495-4-5. Available from all online booksellers and to order from bookshops

Also available in Kindle format

My Way by Kevin Moore    Paperbook now available. Kindle due out August 21st

In this memoir, recently-retired Chief Superintendent Kevin Moore reflects on an association with Sussex Police which stretches back over 50 years. As the son of a police officer, and someone who himself served in nearly every rank in the service, Kevin is uniquely placed to recall his own career in terms of highs and lows, as well as changes in policing and police leadership style over the years. Full of fascinating detail as to front-line policing and the high-profile cases he was involved in, this book is a must for anyone who enjoys crime novels, as well as the more serious reader who wants an insider perspective on policing and the challenges it faces.