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The London Monster


Donna Scott

NEW RELEASE: London, 1789. With a sexual miscreant stalking the streets in search of prey, no one is safe.

Shame The Devil


Donna Scott

England, 1643. As the Civil War tears the country apart, alliances, enemies, and lovers are formed. Chaucer Award First Place Winner and CIBA Best Book Award.

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The Ecstasy

During a hot summer night in July of 1796, a merchant ship leaves on a three-month shipping expedition from Dover, England, to Bombay, India. A young widow ready to tour England in a fight supporting abolitionism, is abducted and brought aboard the ship. The captain insists he saved her from a mysterious stranger with deadly intentions, but she questions his true motives.

The Tacksman’s Daughter

It is 1692, and the exiled King James has just given the Scottish clans permission to pledge their loyalty to King William. The chief of the MacDonald clan, MacIain, arrives late to administer his oath of allegiance to the new king, and unknowingly gives the puppeteers of William’s new government all of the ammunition they need to punish the troublesome chief for his defiance.

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  • Hanging at Tyburn.Hanging and Gibbeting
    Death by hanging was used as a form of capital punishment in England as early as the fifth century. Other methods of execution found their way into history over the years as well, yet never managed to maintain the longevity of death by hanging. Castration, blinding, beheading, boiling, burning, and dismemberment all made an appearance in England between the time of William the Conqueror and the 18th century when hanging became the favoured method of punishment. Even children as young as seven were subject to pay for their crimes at the end of a rope. Those unfortunate enough to find their necks in a noose prior to the late 19th century, when the long drop was introduced, would die from […]