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Death of a Dishonorable Gentlemen

Death of a Dishonorable Gentlemen will be released by Minotaur Books, St. Martin’s Press January 6, 2015.

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A Party for Winston

A Party for Winston. The second book in the series to be released in January 2016.

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Lucile, Lady Duff-Gordon and the Dress of Emotion

Lucile, Lady Duff-Gordon is possibly more infamously known for the scandal surrounding her escape from the Titanic in an almost empty lifeboat with her secretary and her husband Sir Cosmo Duff-Gordon. Continue reading

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Iyntwood’s Favorite Reads for 1912

It’s that list-making time of year. The ‘best of’ lists…’ As a particularly dedicated list-maker, I wanted to share Iyntwood’s favorite reads for 1912. Continue reading

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Kenneth Grahame and the Wild Wooders

“The Wind in the Willows” published in 1908 by Kenneth Grahame has often been referred to as a pastoral hymn to the rural beauty of England and the relatively un-spoiled countryside of the early 1900s. Continue reading

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Vaslav Nijinksy and the Ballet Russe

It was during the frenzy of the Coronation year of George V in 1911 that brought Nijinsky, star of the Ballet Russe, before the British public. Continue reading

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Bertie and the Entente Cordiale

It seems only right that I kick off this blog with the greatest Edwardian of them all: King Edward VII or Bertie as he was known to his family. Continue reading

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