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Anna Belfrage
Award-winning author of 17th century time-travel series THE GRAHAM SAGA & medieval series THE KING'S GREATEST ENEMY. Avid reader. History nut. More books 2 come
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Debbie Viggiano 20h
‘It’s impossible,’ said Pride, ‘It’s risky,’ said Experience, ‘It’s pointless,’ said Reason, ‘Give it a try,’ whispered the heart…
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Mary Anne Yarde 19h
The Coffee Pot Book Club Book Of The Year Award 2018 — Finalists for the Historical Fiction and Historical Romance Categories Congratulations!
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He is probably the most charismatic and grandiose of Danish kings - a true Renaissance man. She was his second wife, a slut (said he - and her mother) and a scold. Read more about Christian, Kirsten and the exciting life in 17th c Denmark!
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Anna Belfrage 20h
Five years? Oh, the woes of a royal supplier! Even worse; he had to write it off as bad debt! (No credit control back then, I guess)
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Laura Sangha Dec 14
Is there anything more festive than a torch wielding mob of sparrows?
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BBC History Magazine Dec 12
“Mary begged for a meeting, begged Elizabeth to talk to her”
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Gwydir Castle Dec 14
An old attic window at Gwydir - a room that can only be accessed by a ladder.
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North Ages Dec 13
Aldfrith, king of Northumbria died at Drifeld (Driffield), Yorkshire in 704. He was the half-brother of his predecessor, Ecgfrith, who died at the battle of Dunnichen. Bede says he “ably restored the shattered fortunes of the kingdom, though within smaller boundaries”.
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Derek Flack Dec 13
Kilnasaggart Pillar Stone, County Armagh, one of the earliest inscribed stones in Ireland dating from around 700 AD.
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Durham Cathedral Library Dec 14
Day 14 For our North American followers, a partridge from Albin's 'A Natural History of ' (1738-40). The Christmas song was first published in England in 1780 without music as a chant or rhyme.
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Annie Whitehead 22h
Well here we are at and that feels much better. Bob's mum is unimpressed with his offering for dinner. If he carries on like this, unicorns might become extinct...
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Tony Riches 23h
Letters between Christopher Columbus and Katherine of Aragon’s parents
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Brenda Whiteside Dec 14
Christmas Celebrations in 1399: A Sharp Lesson in Keeping your Friends Close. Your Enemies Closer. And your Family Closer still. By Anne O’Brien via
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David'sBookBlurg Dec 12
Belated shout out to stevenamckay. This is the kind of relationship you can form as a reviewer..two signed copies of his latest work and a lovely Christmas card (love the promo too ha)
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Anna Belfrage 20h
Thanks for the RT!
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Leonard Tillerman Dec 12
Some of the awesome books I have reviewed this year. Come on over to to check them out! I feel privileged to read and review work which people have put their heart and soul into!
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Juliette Douglas Dec 12
THE FRECKLED VENOM SERIES Kindle Reads: 99 cents or FREE with kindle unlimited Copperhead book 1 in a 3 part series: Winner Laramie Award: Best Debut Western...
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AuthorMBTosi 21h
The Revolutionary War is seen thru the eyes of a woman sentenced to death.
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