Victorian London's private detective Colin Pendragon learns that the cost of wealth can indeed be dear as he investigates the grisly fate of a well-heeled financier. . .
Though she was one of the most flamboyant women of the late-eighteenth century, Mary Robinson's life was also scarred by reversals of fortune. After being abandoned by her merchant father, Mary was married, at age fifteen, to Thomas Robinson.
In the second book from talented writing team D.E. Ireland, famous literary characters Eliza Doolittle and Henry Higgins once again come to life as a hilarious investigative team. Move Your Blooming Corpse explores the Edwardian racing world and the fascinating characters who people it, from jockeys to duchesses, in this delightful traditional mystery...
In the national bestseller Below Stairs, Margaret Powell told readers what it was really like to work in the great houses of England. In Margaret Powell's Cookery Book, she gives readers a closer look at the world inside the vast kitchens of these great houses.
A new volume in the bestselling Keep Calm and Carry On series just for distressed and clueless men.
What's sexier than an Irish farmer? Well, lots of things, actually, but they certainly aren't as cool, funny, or bring such infectious joy. For seven years, Ciara Ryan's hilarious Irish Farmerswall calendar has been one of the most popular calendars in Ireland.
A parody of the hugely popular show Downton Abbey featuring all of your favorite characters, including the Crawfish sisters, Brace the valet, and scheming lady's maid "Potatoes" O'Grotten.
Whovians rejoice! Blogtor Who is back . . . Known for his popular lists, Cameron K. McEwan, author of The Who's Who of Doctor Who, is back with a book that compiles loads of fun facts and never-before-heard tidbits about the Whoniverse. (It's bigger on the inside!)
An international bestseller, Crusade is a fast-paced medieval adventure portraying the rising tide of political pressures that led East and West to war in the 13th century.
With Celtic Lightning, bestselling author Ken McGoogan plunges into the perpetual debate about Canadian roots and identity: Who do we think we are? He argues that Canadians have never investigated the demographic reality that informs this book - the fact that more than nine million Canadians claim Scottish or Irish heritage.
Britain From The Air showcases 150 of Britain's best-loved locations with captivating photographs taken from the air, enabling the reader to contemplate them from a fresh view point.
Ned Halloran lost both his parents - and almost his own life - in the sinking of the Titanic. Determined to keep what little he has, he returns to his homeland of Ireland and enrolls at Saint Edna's school in Dublin. Saint Edna's headmaster is the renowned scholar and poet, Patrick Pearse - who is soon to gain greater fame as a rebel and patriot.
Official Manchester United FC Pop-up Birthday Card with 3D model of Old Trafford inside.
The My Weekly Annual is a fabulous collection of original short stories from well-loved writers to suit every mood.
The People’s Friend Fireside Book offers a wonderful selection of beautifully illustrated poems and uplifting reflections. An anthology to dip into, a collection to treasure.
Stretch those laughter muscles as The Dandy Annual returns for another side-splitting serving of jolly japes, crafty schemes and wizard wheezes!
Join Dennis the Menace, Roger the Dodger, Minnie the Minx and The Bash Street Kids for mischief, mayhem and menacing in The Beano Annual 2017 - the best Beano Annual EVER!
Aggressive by Nature, Rugby by Choice. Rugby 2017 Wall Calendar features dynamic images from the Rugby pitch.
John Jobling takes readers beyond the myth in this unauthorized biography to present the first comprehensive account of the illustrious Irish rockers in 25 years.
Over a career that now spans nearly four decades, U2 has produced one hit album after another and created the template for the giant global stadium tour that other bands now use. From their roots in post-punk, the band has grown and incorporated musical styles from synth pop to gospel, while always making socially and politically aware music that hits a...
A century after it sank to the bottom of the St. Lawrence River, the ruin of the Empress of Ireland has remained one of the most devastating tragedies in maritime history. Logan Marshall’s vivid and detailed reportage was the first account of the disaster and has endured as a classic chronicle of what happened that fateful night.
Anthony Sonaghan is hiding out in an old tenement house in Dublin: he fears he's reignited an ancient feud between the two halves of his family. Twenty-first-century Dublin may have shopping malls and foreign exchange students, but Anthony is from an Irish Travelling community, where blood ties are bound deeply to the past.
Coolbar, Ireland, is a village of secrets and Shell, caretaker to her younger brother and sister after the death of their mother and with the absence of their father, is not about to reveal hers until suspicion falls on the wrong person.
There are just a handful of men and women alive today who served and fought with the Special Forces during the Second World War. They are a dwindling bunch of veterans in their twilight years whose tales of heroism and daring-do will soon be lost in time forever - yet they still regularly get together in a gentleman's club, right in the heart of London -...
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St. David's Day is the feast day of St. David, Patron Saint of Wales.
Who is Robert Burns and what is a Burns supper all about?
In Ireland January 6th is traditionally known as 'Nollaig na mBan' or 'Women's Little Christmas'.