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Two Spirits Dancing By D W Pryke
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This is the story of John Lennon’s murder, but told as never before. Through a series of strange coincidences, uncanny parallels and disturbing synchronicities, victim and killer, John Lennon... More > and Mark Chapman, are drawn together in an inexplicable way. They are the “two spirits dancing so strange” that John Lennon sang about in his #9Dream, and Chapman is the angel of destruction hovering in the shadows. He is Lennon’s nemesis. This is a fascinating, fictionalised account based on a detailed study of the true facts. The narrative traces the quirks of fate that draw Lennon and his killer ever closer.< Less
Two Spirits Dancing By D W Pryke
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This is the story of John Lennon’s murder, but told as never before. Through a series of strange coincidences and synchronicities, victim and killer, John Lennon and Mark Chapman, are drawn... More > together in an inexplicable way. They are the “two spirits dancing so strange” that John Lennon sang about in his #9Dream, and Chapman is the angel of destruction hovering in the shadows. He is Lennon’s nemesis. This is a fascinating, fictionalised account based on a detailed study of the true facts surrounding this crime that shocked the world.< Less
The Shakespeare Schemes - How the Player Became the Playwright By D W Pryke
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The Shakespeare Schemes is the tale of the schemes and dangerous political subterfuge that brought the plays of the great dramatist to the London stage. The narrative is firmly rooted in historical... More > events and features many of the most prominent figures of the age. It tells how, in origin, the scripts were written by Edmund Campion, the Jesuit priest; how he came to England on a suicide mission, and how, just before his arrest and execution, he left his works in the safe hands of two Catholic sympathisers - Edward de Vere and William Stanley. As the political scene worsened in the late 1580s and early 1590s, Edward de Vere was determined to do the right thing by Campion and have the plays brought to the stage, not simply because they were great plays and they deserved to be performed, but because Edward de Vere had his own darker personal reasons to publish these plays - reasons that are the sinister secret of this tale.< Less
John Keats - a Youth Elect By D W Pryke
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In late October 1820, having sailed to Italy in the hope the warmer climate would improve his failing health, John Keats endured 10 days’ quarantine in the Bay of Naples. Those ten days are the... More > timescale and one half of this narrative in which Keats looks back on his life, his development as a poet, and the tragic love relationship with his nineteen year old fiancée Fanny Brawne. A second timescale, and the other half of the narrative, follows the six weeks Fanny spent in Wentworth Place, Hampstead, waiting for news of Keats. During this period, she feels she has lost the man she loves, and feels desperately isolated amongst Keats’ small circle of friends. This is the story of John Keats’ emergence as a poet-hero in the Classical mould, exploring the darker regions of the psyche to discover true enlightenment. This is also the story of Fanny Brawne, given a voice for the first time as the near equal partner of the poet himself. John Keats and Fanny Brawne - as one, but apart - this is their story.< Less

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