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The Geffrye, Museum Of The Home

© Iridescenti So, what does a history nerd do when she moves to London? Goes museum hunting, of course. And, here, museums abound. But they aren’t all famous like the British Museum or National Portrait Gallery. Some are smaller, tucked away in some busy, little known corner of this metropolis. Such is the case with

My Lady Viper By E. Knight

Synopsis:When Anne Boleyn falls to the executioner’s ax on a cold spring morning in 1536, Anne Seymour knows her family faces peril. As alliances shift and conspiracies multiply, the Seymours plot to establish their place in the treacherous court of King Henry VIII, where a courtier’s fate is decided by the whims of a hot-tempered

The Fall Of Camelot

Synopsys:Having lost a son and a lover, Morgan continues on her quest to destroy King Arthur. With Guinevere on the scene, she is patient and cunning and plants the seeds of jealousy. But Mordred, Arthur’s illegitimate child, who has the dark powers of the Otherworld, is also restless for his father’s crown. The mighty Camelot

The Curse Of Excalibur

Synopsis:Completely abandoned by everyone she trusted and sold into marriage with the vile Uriens to please her brother, King Arthur, Morgan sits alone in Rheged Castle. A burning desire for revenge on everyone grows inside her. Most of all, however, she hates Arthur. So when he unwittingly asks her to look after his sword Excalibur,