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The Greater English Novel
  • The Greater English Novel
  • The Greater English Novel - Leon ClarkeWithin the bowels of Yorkshire lies the small town of Skipperton. A town where the baker and candlestick maker live side by side, where everyone is on first name terms, and coffee, Lancashire and The South are words best not mentioned.
The Lady From Lisbon (Signet Regency Romance)
  • The Lady From Lisbon (Signet Regency Romance)
  • Sheila Walsh lives with her husband in Southport, Lancashire, England, and is the mother of two daughters. She began to think seriously about writing when a local writers’ club was formed. After experimenting with short stories and plays, she completed her first Regency novel, The Golden Songbird, which subsequently won her an award presented by the Romantic Novelists Association.
Flavours of Lancashire: The Food and Folk of the Old County
The Wars of the Roses: A History of Lancashire vs. Yorkshire Cricket Matches
Ramlin Rose: The Boatwoman's Story
  • Ramlin Rose: The Boatwoman's Story
  • From the turn of the century to the late 1950s horse-drawn narrow-boats became a rarer and rarer sight on Britain's canals. Carrying a wide variety of cargoes to such destinations as the Potteries, the textile mills of Lancashire, the papermills of London, the colleges of Oxford, they struggled on against increasing competition from rail and road traffic to maintain their place in the country's economy.
Mini Marvels Cumbria and Lancashire
U.K. Kink (British Invasion)
  • U.K. Kink (British Invasion)
  • Babysitting a British dance troupe isn’t one of Caitlin’s career aspirations, but before she can say “male strippers”, she finds herself the newly appointed caretaker for the Fire from Lancashire. Keeping five gorgeous guys on task is hard enough; living under the same roof with the luscious lads is near torture, especially when one begins starring in her naughtiest fantasies.
Super Women of Lancashire: Celebrating the stories of ordinary women who chose entrepreneurship
  • Super Women of Lancashire: Celebrating the stories of ordinary women who chose entrepreneurship
  • As a single mum I decided to run a business from home thinking it would give me more time! The truth is I have never worked harder. I love self-employment, but I can’t help thinking now and then ‘oh for a wife’!!So, after hearing so many familiar stories I decided to put together a series of blogs gathering up the words of local business women in Lancashire, sharing their successes and their particular challenges.
History's Most Dangerous Jobs: Miners
  • History's Most Dangerous Jobs: Miners
  • Mining is Britain's oldest industry, and this book tells the story of the men and, in the past, women who spent their lives working underground. Geographically the book covers the regions of Devon and Cornwall, Leicester and Nottingham, Yorkshire and Lancashire, Durham and Northumberland, South Wales and Southern Scotland.
Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Lancashire and North Merseyside, The
A Fortnight's Ramble to The Lakes in Westmorland, Lancashire and Cumbria
  • A Fortnight's Ramble to The Lakes in Westmorland, Lancashire and Cumbria
  • This is the full text of the rare 1st edition, 1792. Published by Hookham and Carpenter, London, 1792. The author wrote under the pseudonym of 'A Rambler'. He was Captain Joseph Budworth of the 72nd Royal Manchester Volunteers. Born 1756, died 1815. He served during the Siege of Gibralter which lasted from June 1779 until February 1783.
Quakers and Quakerism in Bolton, Lancashire 1650-1995: The History of a Religious Community
Beneath the Dover Sky (The Danforths of Lancashire)
  • Beneath the Dover Sky (The Danforths of Lancashire)
  • For fans of the hugely popular Downton Abbey television series and lovers of British historical sagas, award-winning author Murray Pura continues the enthralling story of the Danforths of Lancashire. The second book in the series (following Ashton Park) transports the reader back in time to  1924 as Sir William--recently named Lord Preston--celebrates his sixtieth birthday at the Danforth summer home in Dover.
Charters of the Anglo-Norman Earls of Chester, c.1071-1237 (Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire)
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