New releases from University of Hertfordshire Press

Books to explore

  • Bricks of Victorian London

    Author: Peter Hounsell

    Format: Paperback

    The companies that made the bricks employed many thousands of men, women and children and their working lives, homes and culture are looked at here, as well as the journey towards better working conditions and wages.

  • Moseley 1850–1900

    Author: Janet Berry

    Format: Paperback

    By the first decades of the twentieth century Moseley had become part of the metropolis of Birmingham. This engaging account of the process from village to fully integrated suburb will be of particular interest to urban historians.

    £16.99 (free postage)

  • Sevenoaks 1790–1914

    Author: Iain Taylor , David Killingray

    Format: Paperback

    This book offers a fresh perspective on British history in the long nineteenth century through the lens of a study of Sevenoaks and the surrounding area of West Kent.

    £14.99 (free postage)

  • St Albans: A history

    Author: Mark Freeman

    Format: Paperback

    Mark Freeman’s classic history of St Albans, first published in 2008, has been substantially rewritten by the author and brought fully up to date, making it an invaluable guide to more than two thousand years of St Albans’s history.