Tagged: Pamela Howarth

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Aristocracy: a developing theme

Aristocracy: a developing theme Despite today’s ideas of equality, the Aristocracy still features strongly in literature. Suprisingly, in a number of books published by TSL. For this list, we turn things around adding a...

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A Jewel(l) of a find

A Jewel(l) of a find Back in 2016, I worked with the Jewell family editing their grandfather Norman Parsons Jewell’s manuscript recalling his time On Call in Africa in War and Peace, 1910-1932. It opened...

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Pamela Howarth

About Pamela Pamela worked for anyone who’d have her before finding fun and immense pleasure in teaching. Since then she has written short stories, features and slice-of-life articles for magazines and newspapers ranging from...

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Inside the mind of a crime writer

On 30 August 2017, I attended an evening with Tess Gerritsen of Rizzoli and Isles fame. Having watched most of the series, before my recent phase of not watching television, I was intrigued to...

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Novel Preview: The Winspeare Lot

There was triumph in Sir Osbert Winspeare’s step as he marched through the station one dreary Friday evening in November, 1945. It wasn’t just that another week of staring across the House at the...

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Book settings: London

One of TSL’s straplines is #SupportingLocal. For TSL, local is wherever we want it to be as we have links in Africa as well as the UK and the US and into Europe and...

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Novel Preview: The Hidden Sun

For Famagusta and the hidden sun That rings black Cyprus with a lake of fire. James Elroy Flecker As she crept along the first floor corridor of the Hotel Constantia, Famagusta, shoes in hand,...

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Growing pains

Good Books which deal with growing pains are actually quite rare, I think. But here are a few which have had an impact on me: Leslie Tate – Heaven’s Rage Louisa May Alcott –...