• Paris

    City of love. City of revolution. Moving back and forth in time across centuries, the story unfolds through intimate and vivid tales of self-discovery, divided loyalty, passion, and long-kept secrets.

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  • New York

    Larger-than-life historical characters fill the background of this sweeping, four-century tale set in the most exciting city on earth.

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  • Ireland Awakening

    Edward Rutherfurd continues Irish history with an intense and moving family tale from the days of Cromwell to the Famine, the Easter Rising and the Irish Free State.

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  • Dublin

    Edward Rutherfurd tells a haunting family saga from the heroic times of Saint Patrick to the Reformation.

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  • The Forest

    A companion volume to SARUM, this tale of families from Norman Conquest to present is set amongst the huntsmen, smugglers, monks and witches of the magical New Forest.

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  • London

    With its fast-moving plots, packed with information, LONDON tells a 2,000 year tale of families in England's capital, from Roman to present times.

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  • Russka

    RUSSKA is a mighty novel that spans 1800 years of Russia's history, people and culture from the days of the princes and tsars to the revolution and present times.

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  • Sarum

    Set in the magical landscape of Stonehenge and the cathedral city of Salisbury, SARUM is an epic story of five families from the Ice Age to the present day.

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Did You Know?
Potatoes were made illegal in France for 24 years ! The French became convinced that the South American vegetable could cause a whole host of diseases, including leprosy, so in 1748, the cultivation and consumption of potatoes was strictly outlawed. It wasn’t until an imprisoned medical army officer named Antoine Auguste Parmentier survived in his prison cell subsisting solely on a diet of potatoes that acceptance of the food began to shift. After being released from prison, Parmentier went on to write a thesis about its health benefits, helping to overturn the law and re-introduce the potato to the French public in 1772. Within 20 years, potatoes became one of the most popular, and indeed, important foods in France. Even the ornamental royal gardens in Tuileres Palace in Paris - originally filled with flowers and exotic plants - were converted into potato fields.




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