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Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:
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This is an action packed short-novel, aimed primarily at a female audience. I actually enjoyed it very much, despite my genitalia. The plot revolves around a fairly classic shake-down for…Continue
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The kindle edition of Dead Awakening is now part of the Kindle Lending Library which is a collection of books that Amazon Prime members who own a kindle can borrow once a month, with no due dates.
More information can be found here:
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No Rest for the Dead a Novel written by 26 Top Thriller Authors
It’s not an anthology. It is a fully formed, very entertaining, nail-biting thriller novel. Each chapter is written by a different author in their own voice, but I can assure you the story is fluid and cohesive.
We follow a group of individuals who were instrumental in a case against Rosemary Thomas who is accused of killing her philandering husband and stuffing him in an Iron Maiden. She is convicted…
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Breath of Death.
“A great deal of slow poisoning is going on in Great Britain.”
Dr William Hinds 1857
In the 1850’s a change came over the nation. As oil lamps, with their brighter light, replaced candles as the main source of household illumination, walls no longer needed to be pale reflective colours. Dark shades became fashionable and of these, there was a positive passion for Scheele’s Green and Schweinfurt Green.…Continue
Added by Grace Elliot on June 1, 2011 at 3:23pm — No Comments
My latest post looks at King John's 'Sin Tax' and why it brought about legal change in medieval Britain.
Added by Grace Elliot on May 22, 2011 at 3:26pm — No Comments
Historical romance author Grace Elliot features as my Author Snapshot this week. Grace begins with a quick look at her latest release, A Dead Man's Debt published by Solstice.
A Dead Man's Debt by Grace Elliot
A Dead Man’s Debt is a story of blackmail, duty and unexpected love. I’m delighted to say it has had some awesome five star reviews from people such as…
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For your Sunday enjoyment, an excerpt from 'A Dead Man's Debt.'
In this excerpt we meet Lord Ranulf Charing and his arab stallion,…Continue
Added by Grace Elliot on May 1, 2011 at 10:33am — No Comments
As Christmas approached the Victorian’s had a tradition called ‘Stir Up Sunday’. This was held to be the day when that year’s Christmas pudding was made. A family event, it was considered good luck for everyone to stir the pudding mix – clockwise with their eyes shut or the wish wouldn’t come true. So you could be forgiven for thinking that this is where ‘Stir up Sunday’ originates from.
But you would be wrong...
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Added by Grace Elliot on December 14, 2010 at 3:06pm — No Comments
The blurb for ‘A Dead Man’s Debt’ mentions the heroine Celeste Armitage being ‘…sent from the ton in disgrace.’
As a lover of the regency the ton is a familiar expression…Continue
Added by Grace Elliot on December 7, 2010 at 2:44pm — No Comments
Seeing how my cats reacted to the cold weather, but me in mind of a wager between the Georgian politician, Charles James Fox and Prinny, the Prince of Wales. To find out what the wager was, what it has to do with cats and the weather...and who won… visit the…Continue
Added by Grace Elliot on December 5, 2010 at 11:58am — No Comments
This morning I woke to a snow kissed world, the brightness dazzling as I drew back the curtains. My sons were excited, anticipating hours of making snow men and sledging, but when I suggested they get ready for school, their gleeful response was ‘You’re in cloud cuckoo land, school wont open today– the teachers wont go in.’…Continue
Added by Grace Elliot on November 30, 2010 at 2:32pm — No Comments
I have two addictions – cats and reading and ‘reading about cats’ a natural consequence.. I recently picked up a fascinating book by Charles Henry Ross. Written in 1868 ‘The Book of Cats – a Chit-chat Chronicle of Feline Facts and Fancies.’ Packed with observations on all things cattish, in one chapter the author touches on health care.…Continue
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