A Walk in the Park: Regent’s Park, London.

One of the great things about living on London is that it's such a green city. There are loads of parks here, where you can wander around, smell the roses or feed the ducks. Some of these places are Royal Parks, which means that although they're open to the public, they're actually crown land. One …

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Dissolution by C J Sansom

During the political and religious unrest of the dissolution of the monasteries, a commissioner from Thomas Cromwell is murdered at a Benedictine monastery that he was sent to investigate. When Commissioner Shardlake is sent to investigate the murder, he finds murder and corruption, and a race against time to find a killer. But nothing is …

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