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In 1740s England, the roots of evil run deep... The year is 1740. George II is on the throne, but England's remoter provinces remain largely a law unto themselves. In Lancashire a grim discovery has been made: a squire's wife, Dolores Brockletower, lies in the…
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It’s 1743, and the tanners of Preston are a pariah community, plying their unwholesome trade beside a stretch of riverside marsh where many Prestonians by ancient right graze their livestock. When the body of a newborn child is found in one of their tanning pits,…

Dark Waters

by Robin Blake

|August 20, 2013

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Blake's A Dark Anatomy has been called "impressive" ( Publishers Weekly ) and "a solid winner" ( Booklist ) and Dark Waters , the second book in the Cragg & Fidelis series, will leave readers hungry for more Preston, 1741. The drowning of drunken publican Antony…

Anthony Van Dyck

by Robin Blake

|February 16, 2009

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Blake, an author living in London, explains that the impetus for this biography of the great Dutch painter came from his own connection in childhood to a painting purchased by his grandmother
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Far more than a fine horse portraitist, George Stubbs was a painter and a printmaker of the highest importance, on a par with his great contemporaries, Hogarth, Reynolds and Gainsborough. An artist-scientist who emulated Leonardo da Vinci, Stubbs tirelessly…

The Hidden Man

by Robin Blake

|March 3, 2015

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In The Hidden Man , Robin Blake continues the series Booklist calls "a solid winner" with a darkly rich mystery centered on an apparent suicide that leads Cragg and Fidelis down a treacherous path. The year is 1742, and the people of Preston are looking forward…