Emperor: Time’s Tapestry Book One. Historical fiction/fantasy. Set in Roman Britain. Fit in well after reading the previous two books.
The English Civil War: At First Hand. I would give it four stars; I think the reviewer at Amazon was too harsh. Religious issues do appear in the book and the author/compiler takes them seriously as issues in the conflict, unlike some historians to try to explain away all religious elements in history in terms of social and economic issues. He is hard on Cromwell and the Commonwealth, but his discussion of Archbishop Laud’s policies certainly does not read like a defense of the High Church party.
A History of the Art of War in the Sixteenth Century. (Reread, the first time I read it was decades ago)
The Military Revolution: Military Innovation and the Rise of the West, 1500-1800. Reread. I read it several years ago, but I have a lot more context now.
Handplane Essentials. Woodworking.
Hand Tool Essentials. Woodworking.
Caliphate. Science fiction