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The Quiet Way: Remember remember the 9th of November

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The Quiet Way: Remember remember the 9th of November by Robin Melhuish Book Summary:

A railway tanker explodes in 1946 in post war Germany, no one can conceive the significance 64 years later. Detective Chief Inspector Alan Hanks is confronted with a dilemma, two options, a deadly virus attack on the UK or big bomb, either of which would kill thousands. In a race against time Hanks and his team try to prevent the biggest peacetime disaster that Britain, if not the world has seen.

Remember Me: Remember Me; The Return; The Last Story

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Remember Me: Remember Me; The Return; The Last Story by Christopher Pike Book Summary:

She won’t let them forget… Shari Cooper wakes up dead. The last thing she can remember is falling from a balcony during her friend’s party. Her death has been ruled a suicide, but Shari knows she was murdered. All of her closest friends are now suspects. As she tries to find her killer from the other side, she discovers her friends may not have been so loyal to her after all. Now, Shari is not just out for justice, she’s out for revenge….

Remember, Remember: a Sherlock Holmes and Lucy James Mystery

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Remember, Remember: a Sherlock Holmes and Lucy James Mystery by Anna Elliott Book Summary:

"The pace is fast and the writing smooth; the book's charming and amusing." Historical Novel SocietyShe has no memories, but she knows someone is trying to kill her.It's a cold morning in 1897 when a lovely young American actress awakens outside the British Museum, lying face down on the concrete pavement. She does not even know who she is, although she has a vague recollection of the name Sherlock Holmes. She thinks she may have just killed someone, and she knows someone wants to kill her. As she searches for clues to her true identity, she will learn that she is not the only target. Fans love this popular new series! The Sherlock and Lucy series has been recommended by The Library of Clean Reads. For fans of Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle, Janet Evanovich, Rhys Bowen, L.B. Hathaway, Jacqueline Winspear, Susan Elia Macneal, T E Kinsey, Leighann Dobbs, Charles Todd, Vivian Conroy, Hamilton Crane, Frances Brody, Ashley Weaver, Patricia Wentworth, Dorothy L. Sayers, G.K. Chesterton, Clara Benson, M.C. Beaton, Charles Finch, Gladys Mitchell, Margery Allingham, Ngaio Marsh, Carola Dunn, Georgette Heyer, Kate Parker, Alyssa Maxwell, Maia Chance, Cecil Freeman Gregg, Barbara Cleverly, Kerry Greenwood, Elizabeth Edmondson, Edmund Crispin, Mary Roberts Rinehart, James Runcie, Catriona McPherson, Anne Perry, Sue Grafton, Martha Grimes, Emma Jameson, Robert Masello, Dorothy Gilman, Mrs. Pollifax, Anlon Cully, A Hangman's Daughter Tale, Joy Ellis, Anthony Horowitz, Lady Hardcastle, Detective Lavender, Karen Charlton, cozy mysteries, historical mysteries, historical fiction.

Remember, Remember: Learn the Stuff You Thought You Never Could

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Remember, Remember: Learn the Stuff You Thought You Never Could by Ed Cooke Book Summary:

Kings and queens, British prime ministers, American presidents, countries of Europe...We should all know these things - but like me, you're probably resigned to being the kind of person that just never will. Now Grandmaster of Memory Ed Cooke offers up his memory secrets with a fun, quick and completely unforgettable way to remember the things you thought you never could. But this is no boring Willy, Willy, Harry, Ste. With Ed leading the way on unlikely adventures through people and places, Abraham Lincoln may become a circle of bra-wearing hams linking arms in your mind, and you may well encounter a fridge wearing Calvin Klein underpants. You could also soon find yourself rattling off the prime ministers to a rapt audience and adding, in a knowing tone, 'ah yes, Marquess of Rockingham, Whig I believe?'. What is for sure is that you’ll be bursting with knowledge that will stick in your mind and impress your friends for ever.

Remember, Remember (A Sherlock Holmes and Lucy James Mystery) (Volume 3)

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Remember, Remember (A Sherlock Holmes and Lucy James Mystery) (Volume 3) by Anna Elliott Book Summary:

The game's afoot in this fast-paced Victorian mystery!A lovely young American actress has a major problem. It's a cold morning in 1897 when she awakens outside the British Museum, lying face down on the concrete pavement . She has no memories. She does not even know who she is, although she has a vague recollection of the name Sherlock Holmes. She thinks she may have just killed someone, and she knows someone wants to kill her. As she searches for clues to her true identity, she will learn that she is not the only target. Unless she can defeat her evil adversaries, the people most dear to her will die.This novel takes place after The Wilhelm Conspiracy.The optimal reading order of the Sherlock and Lucy books is:The Crown Jewel MysteryThe Last MoriartyThe Wilhelm ConspiracyRemember, Remember

Remember Remember the Fifth of November: Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot

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Remember Remember the Fifth of November: Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot by James Sharpe Book Summary:

Guy Fawkes is amongst the most celebrated figures in English history and Bonfire Night is a remarkably long lived and very English tradition. But why every November do we still mark a planned act of treason and terrorism that was defeated 400 years ago? James Sharpe examines the fateful night of 5 November, 1605 and the tangled web of religion and politics which gave rise to the plot. He uncovers how celebration of the event, and of Guy Fawkes, the one gunpowder plotter everyone remembers, has changed over the centuries. Today, although most of the religious connotations have long been ignored, the bonfires remain. The festival created in 1605 by the state and church to commemorate a failed act of Catholic terrorism, now provides an annual raison d'etre for the firework industry and a cause of concern for Britain's cat owners!

Remember, Remember the Fifth of November: Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot

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Remember, Remember the Fifth of November: Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot by James Sharpe Book Summary:

Guy Fawkes is amongst the most celebrated figures in English history and Bonfire Night is a remarkably long lived and very English tradition. But why is it that in a modern, multicultural society people still turn out every November to commemorate a planned act of treason and terrorism which was defeated four hundred years ago? Had the Gunpowder Plot succeeded and the Catholics managed to blow up the king, the royal family and Parliament, English history would have been shaped by a terrorist act of unprecedented proportions, shattering in terms of both the damage inflicted and its propaganda value. James Sharpe examines the fateful night of 5 November 1605 and the tangled web of religion and politics which gave rise to the plot. He uncovers how celebration of the event, and of Guy Fawkes, the one gunpowder plotter everyone remembers, has changed over the centuries. Today, although most of the religious connotations have long been ignored, the bonfires remain. The festival created in 1605 by the state and church to commemorate a failed act of Catholic terrorism, now provides an annual raison d'etre for the firework industry and an annual source of concern for Britain's cat owners. Every year the crowds gather, the bonfires are lit and the firework displays dazzle again. Interestingly however, the tradition is fast changing and reverting to the pre-Gunpowder Plot festival (now much Americanised) of Halloween.

Remember, Remember: A Cultural History of Guy Fawkes Day (Profiles in History)

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Remember, Remember: A Cultural History of Guy Fawkes Day (Profiles in History) by James Sharpe Book Summary:

In the early hours of November 5, 1605, Guy Fawkes, an English Catholic who had served with the Spanish army in Flanders, was discovered in a storeroom under the Palace of Westminster--and with him, thirty-six barrels of gunpowder earmarked to obliterate England's royal family, top officials, and members of Parliament gathered for Parliament's opening day. Had it succeeded, this Gunpowder Plot--a Catholic conspiracy against the recently crowned Protestant King James I and his government--English history would have been shaped by a terrorist act of unprecedented proportions.Today Guy Fawkes--whose name has long stood for the conspiracy--is among the most notorious figures in English history; and Bonfire Night, observed every November 5th to memorialize the narrowly foiled Gunpowder Plot, is one of the country's most festive occasions. Why has the memory of this act of treason and terrorism persisted for 400 years? In Remember, Remember James Sharpe takes us back to 1605 and teases apart the tangled web of religion and politics that gave rise to the plot. And, with considerable wit, he shows how celebration of that fateful night, and the representation of Guy Fawkes, has changed over the centuries. James Sharpe's colorfully told story has wide implications. The plot of 1605 has powerful resonances today, in a time of heightened concern about ideological conflict, religious fanaticism, and terrorism. And his account of the festivities marking the momentous event comments on the role of rituals in constructing national histories.

[( Remember, Remember: A Cultural History of Guy Fawkes Day )] [by: James Sharpe] [Mar-2008]

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[( Remember, Remember: A Cultural History of Guy Fawkes Day )] [by: James Sharpe] [Mar-2008] by James Sharpe Book Summary:

Remember, Remember In the early hours of November 5, 1605, Guy Fawkes, an English Catholic who had served with the Spanish army in Flanders, was discovered in a storeroom under the Palace of Westminster--and with him, thirty-six barrels of gunpowder earmarked to obliterate England's royal family, top officials, and members of Parliament gathered for Parliament's opening day. Had it succeeded, this Gunpowder Plot--a ... Full description

Remember, Remember (the Fifth of November): Everything You've Ever Wanted to Know About British History with All the Boring Bits Taken Out

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Remember, Remember (the Fifth of November): Everything You've Ever Wanted to Know About British History with All the Boring Bits Taken Out by Judy Parkinson Book Summary:

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERFrom civil wars to world wars . . . from the Black Death to the Bard to the Blitz, here is the sweeping saga of the storied history of Britain in bite-sized chunks.Was Bloody Mary the same as Mary, Queen of Scots? How many King Henrys were there—and which was which? Who won the Wars of the Roses—and why does it matter anyway? From the darkest days of the Hundred Years War to the brutal religious battles of the sixteenth century to the eponymous age of Queen Victoria—on whose empire the sun never set—Remember, Remember captures the scope of British history from the Roman invasion to the end of World War II: a drama of blood, death, love, sex, and betrayal. And it does so in 150 concise, accessible and highly entertaining entries. It’s the perfect quick refresher for all the things we learned in school but may have forgotten since.For lovers of all things British and for anyone who wants to know more about the country that once ruled America, here is an exciting, galloping tour of the rich, extraordinary story of Britain.* November 5, 1605, is the notorious date when Catholic conspirators, including Guy Fawkes, allegedly attempted to blow-up the Houses of Parliament.