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Secret Aldeburgh To Southwold

Author : Terry Philpot
ISBN : 1445674068
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Explore the secret history of Aldeburgh to Southwold through a fascinating selection of stories, facts and photographs.

A Southwold Mystery

Author : Suzette A. Hill
ISBN : 9780749017545
Genre : Fiction
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Rosy Gilchrist has been asked to accompany Lady Fawcett to visit Delia Dovedale, an old school friend in Suffolk and whom she hasn’t seen for years. Rather reluctantly Rosy agrees to be her companion on this reunion jaunt. But on arrival at their hostess’s house the two guests discover that things are far from normal, and find themselves plunged into a series of bizarre and sinister events.

Aldeburgh

Author : Tim Coates
ISBN : 1851496076
Genre : History
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Tim Coates tells the story of the English sea-side fishermen's town that became the home of Benjamin Britten's Music festival.

Women In Medieval England

Author : Lynda Telford
ISBN : 1445668688
Genre : Women
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This fascinating book explores the status of women in medieval England, both before and after the Norman Conquest. The author starts by contrasting the differences in status between Anglo/Danish or Saxon women with those who fell under the burden of the feudal system imposed by the Normans. She covers such subjects as marriage and childbirth, the rights and responsibilities of wives, separation and divorce, safety and security and the challenges of widowhood. She also examines such issues as virginity and chastity and the pressures placed on women by religious groups.At a time when women's rights were often disregarded, the author charts their struggles against the expectations of their menfolk and highlights the difficulties of everyday life within the context of legal and religious restrictions.The author describes the lives of women at all levels of society, both royal and noble as well as ordinary people, to paint a fascinating picture of their daily lives against the changing background of the times they lived in.

Alvis Cars In Competition

Author : Clive Taylor
ISBN : 1445675161
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An illustrated look at Alvis cars to mark the company's centennial year, through cars from 1919 to the 1960s.

Seaside Hotels

Author : Karen Averby
ISBN : 1445675463
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The grand hotel is an icon of the British seaside. Occupying the most favoured spots on the prom, elaborate Victorian and later buildings maintain an air of refinement that harks back to an earlier age. This book tells their story.

Great British Gardeners

Author : Vanessa Berridge
ISBN : 1445672405
Genre : Gardening
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Through the stories of twenty-six inspiring figures - from 'Capability' Brown, Humphry Repton and Vita Sackville-West to lesser known figures, and present-day gardeners such as Beth Chatto and John Brookes - this book brings the colourful history of British gardening to life.

The Best Of Southwold

Author : John Miller
ISBN : 0750918640
Genre : Southwold (England)
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A collection of writings and photographs relating to the town of Southwold.

Most Secret

Author : Paddy Heazell
ISBN : 9780752474243
Genre : History
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Following the fall of France and evacuation of the Allied forces from Dunkirk in 1940, Britain was on the brink of defeat. As the Battle of Britain began, the brave pilots of Fighter Command had one secret weapon in their armory. That weapon was radar and it was conceived, invented, and tested by Watson-Watt and his team of boffins at Orford Ness. Indeed many of the inventions that won both the First and Second World Wars including the first use of parachutes, Zeppelin-destroying ammunition, bouncing bombs, rockets, bombsights, and missiles were created and tested there. From primitive experiments on bombs and aircraft of the Royal Flying Corps in the First World War, through to revolutionary Sputnik-detectors and top-secret project COBRA MIST, isolated Orford Ness played a leading role in winning the three great wars of the 20th century: the First, Second, and Cold. Hidden away on the remote Suffolk coastline, many of its secrets remained buried until it was taken over by the National Trust in 1995. Author, Paddy Heazell's extensive research into previously classified documents has revealed how scientists and armed forces worked together to develop and test decisive weapons that changed history. Historically more important than Bletchley Park, only now can its secrets can be told.

The Sea House

Author : Esther Freud
ISBN : 9780062030795
Genre : Fiction
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The architect Klaus Lehmann loves his wife, Elsa, with a passion that continues throughout their married life despite long periods of separation. Almost half a century after Lehmann's death in the village of Steerborough, a young woman, Lily, arrives to research his life and work. Pouring over Klaus's letters to Elsa, Lily pieces together the story of their lives together and apart. And alone in her rented cottage by the sea, she begins to sense an absence in her own life that may not be filled by simply going home. The Sea House is the story of the village of Steerborough and the marshes and the sea beyond. It is the story of one generation living in the footprints of another; of a landscape shaped by lives, and lives shaped by landscape. With characteristic skill and a new depth and range, Esther Freud explores the twisting paths that people take -- and the places where those paths meet. This P.S. edition features an extra 16 pages of insights into the book, including author interviews, recommended reading, and more.

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