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So High a Blood: The Life of Margaret, Countess of Lennox

By Morgan Ring

Bloomsbury, £14.99, 368 pages, hardback

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BBC History Revealed Magazine
July 2017

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Her novels have come to define Regency England, and she is now remembered as one of history’s wittiest writers. But Jane Austen hasn’t always known success. On the bicentenary of her death, Sandra Lawrence tells her story
In the midst of devastating conflict and violence, the people of Northern Ireland still carried on – even as rubble, fire and bullets rained down around them
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Not every advance in the Wild West was fashioned by a six-shooter. Some of its most colourful characters were actually pushing the frontiers of discovery rather than holding up stagecoaches. Jamie Flook saddles up and heads for the real Old West
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