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Paul is a ward of the court continually moved through the Chicago juvenile system.
Though her neighbors in turn-of-the-century New York consider her a madwoman in the attic, Alice Pinkerton’s mind is razor-sharp, honed by a restless imagination, years of reading, and a profound contempt for her surroundings.
Benjamin Franklin Pinkerton—the faithless young naval lieutenant who abandons Madam Butterfly—was glimpsed fleetingly in Peter Rushforth’s previous novel, Pinkerton’s Sister.
The Golden Era of the Manx Boarding House from the 1870s to the 1970s. This colourful book overflows with life and fascinating old photographs.
The SS Ellan Vannin sank on 3rd December 1909, approaching the Mersey in hurricane force winds and giant seas.
The remarkable story of Manx prisoners sent to the penal colonies during the 18th and 19th Centuries.
Born in 1824 in Sulby, Isle of Man, Arthur Caley eventually grew to 7’11”, and was probably the tallest man in the world during his life.
It is 1946 and London is still reeling from the destruction and suffering of the Second World War.
The troubled 30's leading to the outbreak of the Second World War form the background for a further episode of 'The Performers' family saga.
The powerful, personal stories of Shaftesbury Avenue are set against the dramatically changing social and political background of post-Great War Britain.