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Death of Kings: No 2

by Philip Gooden

Elizabeth I is nearing the end of her reign with no direct heir and plots and rumours of rebellion abound. The Queen's former favourite, the Earl of Essex, appears to be eager to protect the throne, but some...


Idiomantics: The Weird and Wonderful World of Popular Phrases

by Philip Gooden

Idiomantics is a unique exploration of the world of idiomatic phrases. To cite three examples - from American English, Dutch and Italian - what on Earth are a snow job, a monkey sandwich story, and Mr Punch's...


Salisbury Manuscript

by Philip Gooden

Praise for Philip Gooden:

“Great fun.”—Guardian

“Gooden will give you a gratifying taste of the danger and excitement of that lusty place and time.”—Publishers Weekly

In 1873 a canon dies violently...


The Pale Companion: No 3

by Philip Gooden

Third in the entertaining adventures of Shakespearean actor and sleuth, Nick Revill.

It is midsummer in the year 1601. Nick Revill and his fellow actors of the company known as the Chamberlain's Men are journeying...


The Mask of Night: Fifth Nick Revill

by Philip Gooden

When the Black Death strikes London, all the theatres are closed down by order of the Privy Council. The Chamberlain's Men, the theatre company Nick Revill is part of, takes up an invitation to play in Oxford....


An Honourable Murderer

by Philip Gooden

It's the summer of 1604 and the Spanish are in London. Many years after the ill-fated Armada, they are negotiating a peace treaty with the English. Nick Revill's acting company is given a ceremonial role at...


Alms for Oblivion: No 4

by Philip Gooden

On a foggy morning in 1602, a boyhood friend of Nick Revill arrives in London. When Peter Agate announces that he wants to try his hand at acting, what can Nick do but offer him a part with his own company,...


The Ely Testament

by Philip Gooden

Third in the highly-acclaimed nineteenth-century 'Cathedral' mystery series When Mr Lye, an elderly partner at Tom Ansell's law firm, drops dead at his desk, Tom is dispatched to Ely to search for Mr Lye's will...


Who’s Whose?: A no-nonsense guide to easily confused words

by Philip Gooden

Who’s Whose? is an entertaining and straightforward guide to the most commonly confused words in English today, with real examples of good and bad usage to make differences crystal-clear. The Embarrassment...


Faux Pas

by Philip Gooden

Have you ever been embarassed by the bons mots that some people toss casually into conversation, or wished that you had a clever retort? "Faux Pas offers insight into hundreds of these phrases that readers will...


Who's Whose

by Philip Gooden

Have you ever been fazed by the spelling of phased, or fretted over the difference between anxiety and angst, stationery and stationary? If so, you are not alone: the English language is a minefield, full of...


The Durham Deception

Tom Ansell Cathedral Mysteries #2

by Philip Gooden

Second in the gripping new 19th century 'Cathedral' murder mystery series from the acclaimed author of the 'Nick Revill' mysteries - For the newly-weds Tom and Helen Ansell life is no honeymoon, as they are...