Edward Everett Root Publishers Co. Ltd.
Publishing independently since 2015.

The Street-wise Guide to Getting the Best Mental Health Care

Never before has a guide on how to negotiate the increasingly stretched NHS, and obtain the care you need, been more essential. This offers crucial advice to families and to individuals. 

The Age of the Automobile

This is a social history of modern Britain at its most focussed, on issues that really matter.
This lively work offers a wide-ranging account of the social history of the motorised age, and of the machine which has reshaped the character and development of the modern world.

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Scholarly and trade, landmark books - by leading international authors.


CULTURAL, SOCIAL & ECONOMIC HISTORY. LITERATURE. HEALTH CARE & PUBLIC POLICY. 

1917 – The Passchendaele Year

This unusual work offers a personal documentary and highly individual witness to the terrible events in Flanders in 1917.
This book tells the previously untold story of daily life immediately behind the frontline during the tragic year of 1917.

Secret History and Historical Consciousness
A key topic is ‘secret history’, a phrase that came into use in the later 17th century to describe a new genre of historical writing. Includes an autobiographical essay placing his own career in its historical context.

Numunwari
Numunwari is a gigantic salt-water crocodile – sacred to the Aboriginal community, and the keeper of the secrets of their ancient customs. 
It lives in Arnhem Land in a remote part of northern Australia. But when it moves downstream terror breaks out.
It is an acclaimed fiction based on fact.



​NEW RELEASES ... & major new works by John Sutherland Gillian Beer Asa Briggs Karol Sikora

​​​The Complete Poems of Asa Briggs

This is a book of 100 poems of great richness and variety. Indeed, it is genuinely a landmark book, and an important literary and academic event in itself.
The author, a vivid writer, also provides a “strictly necessary Introduction” in which he discusses his ideas about poetry