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Friday, 24 June 2011
The power of the wind and the power of memory
Two more great historical reads - Sarah Bryant's latest historical novel, Serendipity about the power of the wind, and a love lost and found, and Marianne Wheelaghan's The Blue Suitcase - an editor's choice in the Historical Novel Review. Deborah
Word addict, book addict. Nature, art and poetry fan, and writer of thought-provoking historical fiction, published by Macmillan/St Martin's Press/Endeavour Press
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Orchids, obsession and treachery in 17th century England
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Beauty, desire and danger in the dark alleys of Restoration London
The Gilded Lily
THE GILDED LILY
Beautifully written and meticulously researched, the novel drew me straight into the teeming streets of Restoration London. an addictive, page-turning read. Mary Sharratt A fast-paced adventure peopled with ruthless villains and feisty heroines whose exploits grab the imagination and add suspense and excitement to a historical gem Lancashire Evening Post