1066 and Before All That

This is a sample of 1066 and Before All That; you can buy the whole thing here. (And if you like it – don’t forget to review on Amazon.) In April 1066 an elderly, eccentric monk called Elmer noticed a shooting star in the sky from his Abbey of Malmesbury in Wiltshire. Seeing it as a bad omen, Elmer is supposed to have muttered: ‘You’ve come, you source of tears to many mothers. It is long since… Read on

1215 and All That

This is a sample from 1215 and All That. The whole thing can be bought here One day in June 1944, King George VI was driving back to Windsor from London in a furious mood. The powerful wartime Prime Minister Winston Churchill had just overruled him once again, frustrating the stammering king’s attempt to have a say in government. The monarch, a gentle and nervous figure who was well on his way to smoking himself to… Read on