Tag Archives: 17th century

The Countess of Carlisle

The real life inspiration for Alexandre Dumas’s Milady: 17th century socialite and femme fatale, Lucy Hay. Continue reading

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Traitor’s Knot: Discovered Diamond

Traitor’s Knot has just been awarded a Discovered Diamond #DDRevs with two fantastic reviews! Breaking out the Prosecco! Continue reading

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Special Giveaway: Traitor’s Knot

Win a paperback copy of Traitor’s Knot – 6 ways to win. Continue reading

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#OTD in 1645: The Battle of Naseby + an excerpt from Traitor’s Knot

#OTD 1645 the Battle of Naseby was won by the Parliamentarians and signalled the beginning of the end for King Charles I. Continue reading

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Charles Stuart, Prince of Wales

Who was Charles II before becoming the Merry Monarch. On the 387th anniversary of his birth, I explore his early years as the Prince of Wales. Continue reading

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Traitor’s Knot: Happy Publication Day!

Announcing the release of Traitor’s Knot. Published by Endeavour Press. Continue reading

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Mercurius Istoria

Sign up for my new broadsheet, Mercurius Istoria. In December’s issue you’ll find a 17th century Christmas and other articles. Continue reading

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