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Lionheart: The True Story of ...
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Douglas Boyd
 
When people think of Richard the Lionheart they recall the scene at the end of every Robin Hood epic when he returns from the Crusades to punish his treacherous ...
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A Tour of Bones: Facing Fear and...
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Denise Inge
 
Author, academic and adventurer, Denise Inge grew up in a large and rambunctious family on the east coast of America. She crossed the Sahara, charmed snakes in...
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The Greatest Books You'll Never Read:...
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Bernard Richards
 
Why was Thomas Hardy's first novel never published? What happened to the manuscript of the long promised 'magnum opus' that Truman Capote never delivered? Why did Heinrich Boll abandon his...
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Rembrandt's Mirror
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Kim Devereux
 
A stunningly imagined debut novel about the turbulent world of the master painter Rembrandt and the three women who shaped his life, seen through the eyes of his last great...
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