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  • WILDISH

    A Story Concerning Different Kinds of Love

    An epic, romantic comedy set in the libidinous world of 18th Century London. Historical fiction at its sparking best!England 1745. Poet and Master Wig-Maker to the great and the good of London society, Wildish is a man whose ambition is to enjoy life to the full. Yet already events beyond his control have begun to impinge upon his dissolute life. The heart of the nation is beating to the drums of ... Read more

    £3.99

  • THE HOURS BEFORE

    A Story of Mystery and Suspense from the Belle Epoque

    Vienna c 1905In darkness, late at night, a woman returns to her hotel to discover her usual maid has been replaced by a stranger. What begins as an icy exchange, born of weariness, becomes within minutes one of the most extraordinary encounters of her life. It will take her on a journey deep into her past and towards the fateful assignation that already awaits her on the other side of the night ... Read more

    £3.99

  • ELIZABETH - the Virgin Queen and the Men who Loved Her

    Biographical Sketches from the Elizabethan Court

    A special blend of fact and fiction ...The Elizabethan golden age was peopled by a court of flamboyant and devoted men - each one unique, ambitious and talented. At its centre was a woman, Elizabeth, the Tudor princess who succeeded to the throne of England in 1558 and who vowed to her Parliament to remain unwed and a Virgin Queen for the rest of her life.How did such a diverse group of red ... Read more

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  • QUEEN VICTORIA - and the Men who Loved Her

    Recollections of a Journey

    We are in England sometime during the early part of the 20th century. A chance encounter with a group of unusual and talented people on a train journey reveals an insight into the life and times of Queen Victoria, one of the world’s most influential and controversial monarchs.From manipulated childhood, to passionate marriage, to unrelenting widowhood and ultimately independence, follow her story ... Read more

    £3.99

  • THE TESTAMENT OF SOPHIE DAWES

    The Queen of Chantilly and a Scandal at the Heart of Victorian Society

    England 1862 - and the Nation is in mourning for the death of the Prince Consort, when a newly appointed archivist arrives at the Queen's island residence of Osborne, enticed by the prospect of long country walks as much as by his professional duties. But his plans are forced to change as he uncovers a complex web of intrigue and scandal that reaches from revolutionary France to the very heart of ... Read more

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  • THE MAGNIFICENT BRITISH GARDEN ROBIN

    In his own words

    Why are robins such friendly birds? What exactly do they eat? And where do they like to build their nests? Is the robin’s reputation for promiscuity at all justified? And do they really sing because they’re happy? These and many more intriguing questions are answered in this unique volume. Entertaining, informative and forthright. The ultimate guide - in his own words - to one of Britain’s most ... Read more

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  • THE ARROW CHEST

    A Victorian Mystery

    Victorian Gothic blends with ghostly glimpses ofTudor history in this fabulous tale of love and destiny.London, 1876. The painter Amos Roselli is in love with his life-long friend and model, the beautiful Daphne - and she with him - until one day she is discovered by another man, a powerful and wealthy industrialist.What will happen when Daphne realises she has sacrificed her happiness to a ... Read more

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  • VIRGIN AND THE CRAB

    Sketches, Fables and Mysteries From the Early Life of John Dee and Elizabeth Tudor

    12 Years, 2 Kings, 3 Queens - The Ultimate Tudor NovelEngland 1550s. The brilliant young mathematician and astronomer John Dee has one overwhelming obsession: liberty. Abandoned and in danger, Elizabeth Tudor has one simple aim: survival. This is their story.Against the background of the English Reformation, and threatened by a vengeful and unforgiving queen, the mysterious brotherhood of the Rose ... Read more

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  • The Wimbourne Book of Victorian Ghost Stories

    Volume 4

    series The Wimbourne Book of Victorian Ghost Stories #4
    Twenty ghostly tales from the supernatural masters of the Victorian age. Wimbourne Books presents the fourth in a series of rare or out-of-print ghost stories from Victorian authors. With an introduction by author Alastair Gunn, Volume 4 in the series spans the years 1835 to 1869 and includes stories from a wide range of male authors; English, Irish, Scottish and American. Includes tales by ... Read more

    £1.99

  • Governance for a New Era

    In "Governance for a New Era" the author looks down the coming centuries and asks what kind of governance does the human race need. Existing governments have proven to be inadequate for dealing with the incredible concentration of wealth, uncontrolled migration, the aggressive takeover by determined ideology and other problems. The book takes a fresh approach, first adding profound new theory on ... Read more

    £2.92

  • Judging Everyman: the Trials of John Henry Brock

    John Henry Brock was tried by the State of Texas in 1912 for murder in the death of his mistress one morning when the two of them were walking to breakfast in “Guy Town,” the bawdy district of Austin, Texas. The episode was a tragedy for the two of them and their families. However, it was not the sole instance of trial and judgment during Brock’s existence. This book first presents the record of ... Read more

    £2.09