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Turvey & The Mordaunts, with Some Account of Legh Richmond and his Connection with Turvey By Deborah Richardson, Thomas Wright, GFW Munby
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First published in 1893, this fascinating little book is a Victorian snapshot of the beautiful village of Turvey in Bedfordshire. Written by prolific local history author, the schoolmaster, Thomas... More > Wright and the Reverend G.F.W. Mundby, the rector of Turvey. As well as a little history of the village, there are chapters on members of the illustrious Mordaunt family, who were not only "Lords of the Manor" of Turvey but were elevated to the Earldom of Peterborough. The book concludes with a biography of the best-selling author, and Turvey's most famous rector, the Rev. Legh Richmond. Richmond is barely known nowadays, but in his time was a very famous and esteemed gentleman. His book "The Dairyman's Daughter" sold over four million copies in nineteen languages. This republished classic also includes a new introduction by local historian, Deborah Richardson, additional illustrations and information from both the first and the rarer second editions of the original book.< Less
Cycles By Deborah Noctor
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Twenty years before the Royle family in the nineties, there was the Reilly family in Dublin, a very funny bunch. In June 1979 Anna Reilly has thrown away a nursing career, after two days on the job.... More > Within months she is pregnant and dumped by the beautiful Jack Brennan. Unable to cope with motherhood, Anna decides to sell her daughter to a woman she barely knows, Stella Purcell-Richmond, and flees to the Isle of Man. Five years later, after a shock phone call she must return to Dublin and face the daughter she has abandoned. By 1996 Anna has turned her life around and has found a wonderful husband and father to Olivia and their twin boys in James Mullen. On Christmas day, all the good that she has done is threatened with the arrival of the long forgotten Jack Brennan, Olivia's father. Not only has her sixteen year old daughter tracked down her dad, but she is pregnant for a boyfriend who has yet to come out of the closet. Anna must steel herself for the rocky road that lies ahead,< Less
MAS Context - Issue 16 - PRODUCTION By MAS Context
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Our Production issue, a collaboration with the Chicago-based collective The Post Family, explores the impact of production in our cities and built environment, and shines light onto several companies... More > we love, with a specific emphasis on those operating in Chicago. In each, we explore the larger implication of our need for production and consumption, as well as the celebration of craft, tradition, excellence and invention. Contributions by James Black, Anthony Burrill, Edward Burtynsky, Andrew Clark, Jason Fried, Iker Gil, Jonn Herschend, Glenn Hinman, Arnold Horween III, Cody Hudson, Rod Hunting, Chad Kouri, Andreas E.G. Larsson, Julia Luke, MCA’s Teen Creative Agency, Jake Nickell, Prelinger Archives, Nina Rappaport, Deborah Richmond, Michael Salvatore, and David Sieren, who is also the guest cover photographer.< Less