Chronos publishes real history for real people; bringing to life people, places and events in an imaginative, easy-to-digest and accessible way – histories that pass on their stories to a generation of new readers.
My passion with history officially began around about ten years ago when I started reading more and more about the life of a woman I had always been fascinated by - Anne Boleyn.
Stories reflecting the changing sexual attitudes prior to the arrival of the pill and the sexual revolution of the mid 60s
Emigration has been the major feature of Irish life. The Irish Diaspora is truly unique because it was not a one-time event in history but it occurred across centuries and continents involving diverse individuals.
The life and times of Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon, Henry VIII's dearest sister and his closest companion
The definitive research that proves the Irish nation owes Oliver Cromwell a huge posthumous apology for wrongly convicting him of civilian atrocities in 1649.
A small town struggling with how to remain vital and vibrant in the 21st century, took on another problem altogether: the difficulty of homecoming for Iraq, Afghanistan and other war veterans.
Journey to the mysterious Avon valley, home of Stonehenge, with a Christchurch pensioner and our pagan ancestor from 2200 BC, and witness prehistory come alive.
Chronos Books presents The Tragic Daughters of Charles I, the latest in a series of historical royal biographies by Sarah-Beth Watkins, author of Lady Katherine Knollys: The Unacknowledged Daughter of King Henry VIII
A new book out this month The Afterlife of King James IV explores the survival stories following the Scottish king's defeat at the battle of Flodden in 1513
Announcing a new series of historical true crime books
Carolina of Orange-Nassau (1743 – 1787) was born the daughter of William IV, Prince of Orange, and Anne, Princess Royal and was thus the granddaughter of King George II.