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Photo Tour Of 17th-Century England

While writing Twist of Honor, I had the opportunity to work in London for a few months. Naturally, I took the chance to do some on-the-spot research for the work-in-progress, as well as exploring the beautiful English countryside and visiting nearby historic houses, castles, and cities, such as Salisbury and Bath. Oh, and indulging in some truly wonderful pub lunches during my wanderings, usually accompanied by a tall, cool glass of hard cider.

I’ve put together slideshow that lets you take a virtual tour of some of the places described in Twist of Honor, as well as historic homes from the 16th and 17th centuries, and even a couple of Newgate’s notorious gaol cells, lovingly preserved at the Museum of London!  Enjoy!

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