and: A Rambling Fancy: In the Footsteps of Jane Austen, a travel book about Jane Austen's life and locations.Caroline's articles, book reviews and author interviews have appeared in The Times, The Independent on Sunday, Mslexia, newbooks and Books for Keeps.
Henry V is the best-known military hero in English history: better known than Marlborough or Wellington, or his grandfather, Edward III. He has participated in television documentaries on Henry V and Richard III as well as contributed to History Today and BBC History Magazine.
The President who `freed' the slaves and held the Union together in the face of the slaveholding South's bid to create a separate Confederacy. Or was he a pragmatist whose leadership minimised the destruction of the war?.This concise biography situates Lincoln in his time and place.
A novel about the inhabitants of a country house in Suffolk from the late fourteenth century to the middle of the twentieth. It begins with the story of Martin Reed, a serf existing under the control of a universally accepted and supported hierarchy.
The Orkney Islands are a place of mystery and magic, where the past and the present meet, ancient standing stones walk and burial mounds are the home of the trows. Orkney Folk Tales walks the reader across invisible islands that are home to fin folk and mermaids, and seals that are often far more than they appear to be.