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Après la révolution industrielle, l'Europe a été submergée par une substance étrange et dangereuse, l'écryme. Reliées par un fragile réseau de traverses d'acier, seules quelques cités gouvernées par l'aristocratie capitaliste émergent dans cette mer corrosive. Mais sous le joug de la Propagande, la révolte gronde...
Quand un dirigeable porteur d'une précieuse cargaison clandestine s'échoue dans l'écryme, c'est Louise Kechelev, avocate-duelliste et fille de révolutionnaires praguois, qui est chargée de récupérer la cargaison. Dans la même zone, un régiment de hussards en mission de reconnaissance a été décimé par une mystérieuse crise de folie. Seul survivant, le commandant Léon Radurin doit fuir les foudres de la Propagande.
Pour Louise et Léon, c'est le début d'un voyage sans retour aux confins des traverses, où se murmure le nom d'une cité perdue : Bohème.
Nella Provenza del XVI secolo, mentre le truppe del Papa perseguitano e massacrano i valdesi, qualcuno uccide e fa a pezzi fanciulle innocenti, strappando loro il fegato. Quale macabro segreto si cela dietro questi inspiegabili delitti? Chi ne è il responsabile? E perché mai Dio divide anziché unire? Messer Dieu, chirurgo, filosofo e avventuriero, deve ricorrere a tutta la sua intelligenza, al suo intuito e al suo amore per l'umanità, ma pure alla scienza e alla propria coscienza, per smascherare l'assassino e giungere alla verità. Lungo la sua tormentata indagine incontrerà santi, inquisitori, criminali, dannati...
e una giovane donna dagli occhi verdi che conquisterà per sempre il suo cuore.
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“A well-researched, compelling account”. Saul David. The successful Allied campaign in Salonika – Thessaloniki in modern Greece – began a chain of events that ended the First World War. Yet, until now, it has been dismissed by historians as a sideshow, with Britain’s contribution relegated to that of a mere bit-player. In No Sideshow, an exhaustively researched account of this little known theatre of war, Nigel Birch does history a service by reminding us not only of the vital role played by Britain in the Salonika campaign, but also of its wider significance. Having first landed at the Greek port of Salonika in October 1915, the British fought alongside French, Greek, Italian, Russian and Serbian forces for more than three years. The principal enemy was Bulgaria, supported by Germany, Turkey and Austria-Hungary. At its peak the British Salonika Force numbered 220,000 out of a total allied force of 600,000. The major allied effort came in mid-September 1918 and, after victory at the Battle of Dobro Pole, Bulgaria agreed to an armistice on the 30th. This, in turn, prompted Turkey, Austria-Hungary and finally Germany to conclude their own armistices, thus bringing the First Word War to a close. The Salonika Campaign is regarded by most historians as being irrelevant to the outcome of the War.
In this centenary year, Nigel Birch’s much overdue reassessment comes to a very different conclusion. “A well-researched, compelling account of Britain’s contribution to a much neglected but highly significant theatre of World War One”. Saul David. "A concise yet wide ranging examination of the British role in the Allied military victory against Bulgaria in September 1918.
This study shows how the British contribution to the oft maligned Salonika Campaign directly contributed to Allied victory in the Balkans and beyond." Alan Wakefield. Nigel Birch is a Chartered Accountant and he lives in London and Gloucestershire. He gained his MA in Military History from the University of Buckingham. He is a member of the Salonika Campaign Society and has travelled in the area. No Sideshow is his first book.
When the Honorable Richard Rollison, aka The Toff, receives a voodoo doll in the mail with a knife stuck through her chest the detective becomes involved in a bizarre case in which crime and black magic seemed to be inextricably mixed.
This is a boxed set of the first three books in the Bridget Sway series. Beyond Dead: Dead than twenty-four hours, with a job that doesn’t pay, a fashion disaster for a uniform and more afterlife rules than she can shake a stick at, Bridget Sway thinks it’s as bad as it can get.
And then she finds a dead ghost stuffed in her locker ... Deader Still: Bridget Sway has survived the first week of her afterlife – but only just. Working a job that still doesn’t pay, wearing a uniform that’s still a fashion disaster and now facing a week-long assessment, things can only get better … right? Wrong. And there’s another dead ghost in her locker to prove it. A Little More Dead: Having pretty much accepted her fashion disaster of a uniform, her job that doesn’t pay and the fact she’s dead, Bridget Sway is doing okay. That is, until her handsome parole officer’s homicidal ex-ward, Crazy Katie, escapes from a mental institution.