British & Irish Literature & Fiction
epub |eng | 1977-05-14 | Author:Saccio, Peter;

3. EDWARD IV, 1461-1471 Within three months of the duke of York’s death in December 1460, his eighteen-year-old son, Edward earl of March, became king of England. Once again the ...
( Category: European History May 6,2021 )
epub |eng | 2021-04-28 | Author:Takehaya [TAKEHAYA]

The Immortal Sunday, July 10th The excavation was ongoing at the cemetery where Grevanas was buried. The likely culprit was a circle of his followers—a cult, by most standards. Even ...
epub |eng | 2021-04-26 | Author:Mary Sharratt [Sharratt, Mary]

* * * I spent the better part of winter in the scriptorium bent over the desk until my neck ached and my hand cramped around the quill. Though silence ...
epub |eng | 0101-01-01 | Author:Rowan Renault [Renault, Rowan]

Chapter 20 Sleep came slowly for Elizabeth that night. For Darcy, it did not come at all. He had expected her to be confused and possibly upset. He had not ...
( Category: British & Irish Literature & Fiction April 13,2021 )
epub |eng | 2020-10-21 | Author:Jeremy Black

And with regard to their influencing public manners, Miss Crawford must not misunderstand me, or suppose I mean to call them the arbiters of good breeding, the regulators of refinement ...
( Category: European History April 12,2021 )
epub |eng | | Author:Clare Flynn [Flynn, Clare]

* * * Jasmine and Mary had just sat down to tiffin when they heard the sound of Reggie’s motorcar. As soon as he entered the dining room he went ...
( Category: British & Irish Literature & Fiction April 10,2021 )
epub |eng | 2020-08-06 | Author:Candace Robinson [Robinson, Candace]

For the next four weeks, Frankie lay in bed, regaining strength, losing strength. It was an endless repetition. Her sisters had never lasted this long once they came down with ...
( Category: British & Irish Literature & Fiction April 9,2021 )
epub |eng | 2021-01-01 | Author:Green, Elizabeth

From: Tabitha Birchill Sent: Wed, Jan 30, 2019 at 6:53 PM To: Fawn Birchill Subject: Check-in My dear Fawn, How are you? Forgive me; I need to brag. I won ...
( Category: British & Irish Literature & Fiction April 9,2021 )
epub |eng | 2020-12-08 | Author:Irmgard Keun [Keun, Irmgard]

The cheerful adviser The cheerful adviser is me. Liebezahl has offered me temporary employment in his swelling empire. He now has departments for podiatry, charms, talismans and scents, departments for ...
( Category: British & Irish Literature & Fiction April 9,2021 )
epub |eng | 2019-07-13 | Author:S J Parris [Parris, S J]

FIFTEEN Sidney is not in the tap-room. Instead I find him in our chamber, writing a letter to his wife. ‘Where the Devil have you been?’ he cries, leaping up ...
( Category: British & Irish Literature & Fiction April 9,2021 )
epub |eng | 2017-09-04 | Author:Kris Austen Radcliffe [Radcliffe, Kris Austen]

Chapter Thirty-Two Rysa dreamed of water fountains and sorority bathrooms and embarrassing moments, and now she needed to pee. In the dream, she climbed stairs—black painted stairs full of shadows—but ...
( Category: British & Irish Literature & Fiction April 8,2021 )
epub |eng | 2016-03-03 | Author:Oscar Wilde [Wilde, Oscar]

BOCCACCIO · Mrs Rosie and the Priest GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS · As kingfishers catch fire The Saga of Gunnlaug Serpent-tongue THOMAS DE QUINCEY · On Murder Considered as One of ...
( Category: British & Irish Literature & Fiction April 8,2021 )
mobi |eng | 2010-12-27 | Author:Jean Plaidy & 6.95 [Plaidy, Jean]

The day had come. It was to be as a feast day . . . a grim holiday when all the people must go into the streets to see the ...
( Category: British & Irish Literature & Fiction April 8,2021 )
epub |eng | 2020-06-02 | Author:Batya Gur

12 When Tzilla finally answered the phone, she had nothing new to tell him. Eli Bahar had not yet returned from Tirosh’s house; the polygraph technician was testing Yael Eisenstein. ...
( Category: British & Irish Literature & Fiction April 8,2021 )
azw3 |eng | 2020-06-12 | Author:Jilian Rouge [Rouge, Jilian]

Georgie cried, “Oh, no! Keep that away from me! I couldn’t possibly endure another example of your lusty prowess.” Catching her to him before she could scurry to the opposite ...
( Category: British & Irish Literature & Fiction April 8,2021 )