Paul Dickson Books is an independent Publishing House in Norwich, working with Norfolk writers.
Paul Dickson is also an independent tour guide offering guided tours in Norwich and the Broads National Park.
Flights of Fancy? Poems 1991-2023 by Steven Foyster
The Faces of the Fiend of Breydon - A Victorian psychological thriller by Charles Reader
Flat and Boring There Isn't It? A celebration of life in the Lincolnshire Fens by Amanda Pearson
Award-winning Norwich poet, Tim Lenton presents a new collection of his work, Under cover of day.
Church historian, Nicholas Groves uncovers the remarkable ecclesiastical career in Norwich of Victorian churchman, Joseph Crompton.
Tell me about the farm Grandad, A 1960s Norfolk childhood is a new memoir by Aylsham resident, Janet Collingsworth.
On May 16, 1986, Steven Foyster jumped off the top of St Andrew's Car Park in Norwich, incredibly, he survived.
Come on a whistle stop tour of East Anglian history with Peter Sargent, as he presents 50 more short stories guaranteed to both entertain and inform.
Box Set - Three books that bring East Anglian history to life
Join author Peter Sargent on a 2,000-year journey through East Anglia's colourful and varied history
50 Stories that bring East Anglian history to life.
Finalist East Anglian Book Awards 2018, Biography and Memoir. Join Neil Haverson on his 50-year ride through the Norfolk and Suffolk newspaper industry
On The Edge - Will Alice Trust Her Instincts To Unravel The Truth? A novel by Tony Ashman.
The 2019 edition updates Illuminée and Roger's story....
Molly Moo the independent cow, is a children's book for ages 3-8 written and illustrated by Norfolk artist Sandra Derry.
Curly Sheep's Bad Hair Day. Debut children's book from Norwich author, Sandra Derry
Listen to Neil Haverson's 50-year ride through the Norfolk and Suffolk media industry, read by 'Brat Minor', Nick Haverson and with an introduction to Neil's 'greatest hits' from 'Brat Major'. The audiobook comprises 3 CDs.
Poems by Linda Marie Augood, Kathryn Bryant, Vee Pond and Carol Saunders in aid of ICU at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals Foundation Trust.