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Conquest II: The Drowned Court

By Tracey Warr - Published 2017

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This is the second volume of a trilogy based on the life of Nest ferch Rhys, the Welsh princess who was one of ...Read Review

Widdershins

By Helen Steadman - Published 2017

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Inspired by the Newcastle witch trials of 1650, this is the parallel story of two people on a collision course towards disaster. One is ...Read Review

The History of England’s Cathedrals

By Nicholas Orme - Published 2017

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Nonfiction

This is not an architectural history, but instead presents itself as a history of English cathedrals’ “life and activities”, going back to Roman ...Read Review

The Russian Countess: Escaping Revolutionary Russia

By Edith Sollohub - Published 2017Published c2009

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Nonfiction

Impress Books have reissued this memoir, first published in 2009, to mark the centenary of the Bolshevik Revolution. Edith Sollohub was born in 1886 into ...Read Review

Conquest: Daughter of the Last King

By Tracey Warr - Published 2016

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Biographical Fiction

STAFF PUBLICATION The latest novel from Tracey Warr is the first book in a trilogy about the aftermath of the Norman Conquest. It ...Read Review

The Joyce Girl

By Annabel Abbs - Published 2016

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Biographical Fiction

In Zurich in 1934, Lucia, the emotionally frail daughter of iconic Irish author James Joyce, is undergoing the “talking cure” with Carl Jung, trying ...Read Review

Staff Publication: The Viking Hostage

By Tracey Warr - Published 2014

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Saga

The Viking Hostage is something of a medieval saga, covering thirty-seven years in the lives of three women and the men who rule ...Read Review

Imagining Vietnam

By Elizabeth McLean - Published 2012

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LiteraryShort Stories

McLean gives us a pocket history of Vietnam in the form of eight short stories, each set in a period of the country’...Read Review

Almodis, The Peaceweaver

By Tracey Warr - Published 2011

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Biographical Fiction

11th-century Occitania is a collection of counties and walled cities ruled by families continually fighting and marrying among themselves to increase their lands ...Read Review