Bloody British History: Somerset

Bloody British History: Somerset

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Horrors of the caves! The ghastly true story of the Cheddar cannibals! Twilight of the Empire! Romans, Saxons and the legends of King Arthur! Swords against the Vikings! The Somerset heroes who defied the Norse hordes! Martyrs, murderers, pirates and mad scientists - Somerset's strangest residents revealed! Death storm! The terrible toll of the Great Storm of 1703! Spies in Somerset! Containing more than two thousand years of Somerset history, thrill to stunning true stories of battles and bloodshed, executions and exorcisms, sinister Templars and Victorian sex cults! With more than 60 illustrations plus an eight-page colour section, you'll never see the county in the same way again!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 96 pages
  • 165 x 235 x 7mm | 258g
  • Stroud, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0752487434
  • 9780752487434
  • 1,530,796

About Dr Andrew May

ANDREW MAY is a former scientist with 30 years experience working in academia, the civil service and the private sector. A researcher with a passion for history as well as for science, he works as a volunteer blogger for Montacute House in Somerset and Lyme Regis Museum in Dorset, and has written various short pieces for the Fortean Times. His website on the weirder fringes of science and history can be found here:
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