Sally Zigmond

Days That Changed The World: The 50 Defining Events of World History

By Hywel Williams - Published 2006

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Nonfiction

Ask a dozen historians to list the fifty defining events of world history and you will get at least a dozen different answers.                 ...Read Review

Liberty: The Lives And Times Of Six Women In Revolutionary France

By Lucy Moore - Published 2006

Genres:

Nonfiction

The French Revolution and its aftermath is such a well-trodden path that it always needs a fresh focus. In this beautifully bound volume, ...Read Review

Consuming Passions: Leisure and Pleasure in Victorian Britain

By Judith Flanders - Published 2006

Genres:

Nonfiction

When we think of the Britain in the Victorian age, certain images spring to mind; grim industrialisation being the most potent. But it ...Read Review

The Woman In The Picture

By James Wilson - Published 2006

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James Wilson’s third novel is set in the late 1920s and 1930s with current day interpolations which become increasingly important as the ...Read Review

Absolute Honour

By C.C. Humphreys - Published 2006

Genres:

Adventure

  If you haven’t already come across Jack Absolute, redcoat officer, lover, spy – where on earth have you been? This is Jack’...Read Review

The Birth House

By Ami McKay - Published 2006

Genres:

Saga

  This novel, already and deservedly a best-seller in Canada, tells the story of Dora Rare and her struggles to maintain a holistic, ...Read Review

Dead Loss

By Joan Lock - Published 2006

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

London in the 1880s is on high alert. Fenian extremists are planting bombs with devastating effect. Criminals move in and out of the ...Read Review

The Pleasure Garden

By Caroline Davison - Published 2006

Genres:

Romance

Ruby is an artist who falls asleep in the gardens of beautiful Oakstead House and finds herself in a waking dream that soon ...Read Review

The Man Who Was Loved

By Kay MacCauley - Published 2006

Genres:

Literary

There’s something about Venice that defies conventional description and so does this enigmatic novel. Not so much a novel, it’s more ...Read Review