‘This story will appeal to those who still believe that an Englishman’s home is his castle, and to those who have a soft spot for indomitable old women’ Daily Telegraph The hardback edition of this book, published in 2009 under the ...
Author: Christine Adams
Category: Biography & Autobiography
‘This story will appeal to those who still believe that an Englishman’s home is his castle, and to those who have a soft spot for indomitable old women’ Daily Telegraph The hardback edition of this book, published in 2009 under the title A Lifetime in the Building, saw its extraordinary story featured not only in the Daily Mail but also Hello magazine – and quickly sold out two printings. Now it is re-launched in paperback under a new title to highlight its appeal as the tale of an extraordinary, maverick woman and her even more remarkable achievement. May Savidge lived in a half-timbered house in Hertfordshire. When the council served her with a compulsory purchase notice to make way for a roundabout, May decided she had to move – but so did the house. So she had the whole thing dismantled and shipped to the North Norfolk coast… and then spent the rest of her life rebuilding it, single-handed. Her fame spread around the world. Antiques Roadshow broadcast, unprecedentedly, two features about her house. Now her niece, Christine Adams, who inherited May’s house and completed it – at the cost of her own marriage - tells her aunt’s life story from the voluminous diaries and letters she left behind. Christine Adams now runs a Bed and Breakfast in May Savidge’s old house in Norfolk. Michael McMahon is also the co-author of My Friend the Enemy (978 1 84513 316 0).
As Miss Savidge moves about her house the radio (more accurately, of course, an old 'wireless') is tuned to the BBC. A newscaster announces the death of Brezhnev. There is warning of gales in all areas except Viking and Trafalgar.
Author: Patrick Wright
Publisher: OUP Oxford
The hulk of Henry VIII's flagship is raised from the seabed in an operation that captures the mind of the nation. The leader of the Labour party wears an informal coat at the Cenotaph and provokes a national scandal. An elderly lady whose ancient house is scheduled for demolition dismantles it, piece by piece, and moves it across the country... On Living in an Old Country probes such apparently fleeting and disconnected events in order to reveal how history lives on, not just in the specialist knowledge of historians, archaeologists and curators, but as a tangible presence permeating everyday life and shaping our sense of identity. It investigates the rise of 'heritage' as expressed in literature, advertising, and political rhetoric as well as in popular television dramas, conservation campaigns, and urban development schemes. It explores the relations between the idea of an imperilled national identity and the transformation of British society introduced by Margaret Thatcher. This is the book that put 'heritage' on the map, opening one of the defining cultural and political debates of our time, and showing why conservation is a subject of such broad significance in contemporary Britain. This new edition includes an extensive new preface and interview material reflecting on the ongoing debate about the heritage industry which the book helped to kick-start.
now go to her house and prepare the papers of agreement, and the necessary moves to get control of the gold claim from the government. ... But they went to Miss Crockett's house, and Doc saw no prospect of getting away immediately.
Author: Lester Bernard Dent
DigiCat Publishing presents to you this special edition of "Danger Lies East: A Doc Savage Adventure" by Lester Bernard Dent. DigiCat Publishing considers every written word to be a legacy of humankind. Every DigiCat book has been carefully reproduced for republishing in a new modern format. The books are available in print, as well as ebooks. DigiCat hopes you will treat this work with the acknowledgment and passion it deserves as a classic of world literature.
The postmortem of Molly's death and her subsequent funeral, delayed Rudi's house move to coincide with the conference week. There would need to be an inquest, ... I know we've both booked to go to the conference, but I can miss it.
Author: Kate Rigby
Publisher: Kate Rigby
0 0 0 0 0 0 Psychology graduate, Heidi Harper is appointed to work with Professor Mala, pioneer of a new project to rehabilitate dog-reared feral child, Nicki. Heidi is soon asking questions and her mission takes on sinister overtones. As the truth outs, the lives of all concerned begin to unravel. Savage To Savvy is a psychological novel following the structure of an academic paper: Abstract, Introduction, Method & Results, Discussion, Conclusions. ABNA Quarter-Finalist 2012 Also available in paperback: https://www.createspace.com/4210694
The house is now almost finished and Miss Savidge , who is living in a caravan on the site , expects to move In by Christmas with her cat Pansey and dog Sasha . lana - Reuter . Dear Miss Savage . Savidge , Please sind enclosed one ...
Author: Christine Adams
Publisher: White Lion Publishing
- One of the most popular stories BBC Antiques Roadshow has ever covered - A Hannah Hauxwell-type story of a remarkable woman - By the co-author of Aurum's successful My Friend the Enemy - Appeal to the huge current interest in tracing your family ancestry
She did everything in her power to silence him, from selling him off to America as an indentured servant to claiming he had entered her house bent on murder (whereas Savage protested he was only seeking to throw himself into the arms of ...
Author: R. Miles
Category: Literary Criticism
This book explores the false starts and disturbances of Romantic writing in Britain - 'misfits' and misfittings - as both a constitutive challenge to canonical romanticism and a distinctive literary field worth examining on its own account. Misfits include the Shakespeare forger W.H. Ireland, the novel itself, and the culture of Dissent.
Dominique thinks as she pulls up to her house and parks her Saturn. She got a bad grade on her history test; she missed the deadline for a book report in English; Quack Quack insulted her; and, as usual, Caden was missing in action.
Author: Carolina Courtland
Publisher: First Edition Design Pub.
Sweet Savage Blood is a story of undying love sweeping across time from the 19th century to the 21st century. Sweet Savage Blood is a story of undying love sweeping across time from the 19th century to the 21st century. This digital version contains all three parts. This is a complete version. Caden Hanover has everything a girl could want--good looks, wealth, education, a great sense of humor--but more than that, he's a vampire. He became a vampire almost two hundred years ago so he could someday be reunited with the reincarnation of his late wife. His sacrifice finally pays off when he senses his wife's soul in a teen girl walking past him. He enrolls in her high school to pursue her. Dominique Castille is a typical sixteen-year-old; she texts messages, eats corn dogs at the mall, wants to be asked to the senior dance, and has no memories of a past life. She is surprised and thrilled when the hot new guy at school takes an interest in her. She has no idea Caden will change the course of her life forever.
Well, actually,it's listed under 'BawdyHouse. ... Alexandra warned before expeditiously clutching the book to her bosom just before Nicholas could swoop it out ofherhands. ... thatmove meant tostop me blushing in my tracks, madam?
Author: Kasey Michaels
Publisher: Kasey Michaels
A Kasey Michaels Alphabet Regency Romance Classic. **BONUS NOVELLA** The Ninth Miss Noddenly "Using wit and romance with a master's skill, Kasey Michaels aims for the heart and never misses." -- Nora Roberts Long ago and far away, in 1976 actually, Kasey was asked to compile the history of her Pennsylvania township as the entire country celebrated its Bicentennial. She fell in love with the Lennai Lenape Native Americans who had inhabited the area, and in 1985, she decided to bring one of those noble men to England to protect his charge, the orphaned but quite independent Alexandra Saxon. (You can pretty well see the reason now for the title, yes?) Alex had promised her dying father she’d travel to England and present herself to her curmudgeon of a grandfather, who was certain to take her in. Well, somebody did… Enjoy the entire Alphabet Regency Romance series! The Tenacious Miss Tamerlane The Savage Miss Saxon Moonlight Masquerade The Somerville Farce The Mischievous Miss Murphy A Difficult Disguise The Rambunctious Lady Royston The Wagered Miss Winslow The Belligerent Miss Boynton The Lurid Lady Lockport The Haunted Miss Hampshire The Playful Lady Penelope Nine Brides and One Witch: A Regency Novella Duo