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Before he can be crowned King of Persia, Azgid must prove his courage by fighting the Red Lion.

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Mária Szepes

The harrowing adventures of a 16th century alchemist's apprentice who murders his master to possess a potion rumoured to confer immortality.

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Bardic Web Writers

The path of choice -- what makes a youth a man? The journey of Rhodry Arketh, heir to the Red Lion. Son of the feared Lord, Ridley Arketh, Rhodry finds himself in a terrible position when his father crosses the line. Note: You can find the proper reading order for our novels on our website under the Bardic Web Book Store.

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Patrick Marber

Passion. Loyalty. Salvation. Small time semi-pro football, the non-league. A world away from the wealth and the television cameras. A young player touched with brilliance arrives from nowhere. An ambitious manager determines to make him his own. And the old soul of the club still has dreams of glory. A haunting and humorous new play about the dying romance of the great English game - and the tender, savage love that powers it.

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Kathryn Le Veque

1288 A.D. - Sir Jamison Munro is a Highland warrior known as The Red Lion. Big and burly, with a crown of vibrant red hair, as the son of the chief of Clan Munro, Jamison's path in life was more unconventional than those of his clansmen. Fostering in England and France, Jamison learned the ways of his adversaries before returning home to take his place at his father's side. But his father is a progressive thinker, knowing that in order to survive, his clan must become allies with the English. He knows that isolation will only bring destruction to his clan. Willem Munro has traveled the world, much like his son, and has made friends along the way. When his English friends to the south call upon him to help in their battle with the Welsh, Willem sends his only son. Now, Jamison finds himself living with the English again as they do battle against the Welsh. Although highly trained in English tactics, and having many English friends, he cannot give himself over 100% to their ways. He sympathizes with the Welsh even as he plans battles against them. Outwardly supporting the English, he is nonetheless torn. When the call goes out to defend Four Crosses Castle against a Welsh attack, Jamison rides to the siege and finds himself caught up in a nasty battle. With the gatehouse breached, he charges in to defend the occupants only to be attacked by one occupant in particular. What he first believes to be a small and slender knight, he soon finds out differently. He is met with ferocity by a skilled lady warrior. Lady Havilland de Llion is the daughter of the lord of Four Crosses Castle. Part-Welsh, her family is nonetheless loyal to the English. When she sees the big Scotsman, she assumes he is siding with the Welsh and goes after him with a vengeance. Even upon discovering his loyalties, she doesn't believe him and their fight goes on long after the battle itself is finished. By the end of their fight, she is exhausted. By the end of their fight, Jamison is in love. Politics, battles, loyalties, and roaring passions play out in a story of high emotion and high adventure. To the big Scots knight know as The Red Lion, nearly everything in his life has come at a price, but in the battle for Havilland's affections, there is no price too high that he will not pay.

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Maria Szepes

The harrowing adventures of a 16th century alchemist's apprentice who murders his master to possess a potion rumoured to confer immortality.

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Victoria Hutchings

A fascinating history of the Red Lion Brewery, established in the 16th century, and owned for over 100 years by Hoare's, the bankers from 1802 - 1933. The Red Lion Brewery became Hoare and Co, to distinguish it from the bank. It was one of the oldest breweries and pioneered many changes and developments in brewing, as a prime producer of 'porter beer' and later owning or leasing many famous tied pubs throughout the south east. The tensions between Hoare's Bank at the sign of the Golden Bottle in Fleet Street and the Red Lion Brewery in Lower East Smithfield are described, with the quarrels and disappointments between the Hoare family members in the Bank and those in the Brewery. The book is meticulously researched and has 50 illustrations, many from family archives and from Hoare's Bank, many never reproduced before.

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Charles Van Onselen

Johannesburg was -- and is -- the Frontier of Money. Within months of its founding, the mining camp was host to organised crime: the African "Regiment of the Hills" and "Irish Brigade" bandits. Bars, brothels, boarding houses and hotels oozed testosterone and violence, and the use of fists and guns was commonplace. Beyond the chaos were clear signs of another struggle, one to maintain control, honour and order within the emerging male and mining dominated culture. In the underworld, the dictum of "honour among thieves", as well as a hatred of informers, testified to attempts at self-regulation. A "real man" did not take advantage of an opponent by employing underhand tactics. It had to be a "fair fight" if a man was to be respected. This was the world that "One-armed Jack" McLoughlin -- brigand, soldier, sailor, mercenary, burglar, highwayman and safe-cracker -- entered in the early 1890s to become Johannesburgs most infamous "Irish" anti-hero and social bandit. McLoughlins infatuation with George Stevenson prompted him to recruit the young Englishman into his gang of safe-crackers but "Stevo" was a man with a past and primed for personal and professional betrayal. It was a deadly mixture. Honour could only be retrieved through a Showdown at the Red Lion.

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Suzi Forbes Chase

An updated collection of fine recipes from the historic Massachusetts eatery presents the culinary specialties of New England cuisine in a collection that features a wide range of appetizers and hors d'oeuvres, soups, salads and dressings, breads and muffins, meat and game, seafood and poultry, side dishes, desserts, cookies and candies, holiday favorites, and cocktails and beverages.

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Suzi Forbes Chase

Time-honored, kitchen-tested recipes from the world-famous Red Lion Inn are presented here in an easy-to-follow format to guide the family cook or the weekend gourmet. Includes Chef Steven Mongeon's tips for reducing fat and calories in delicious traditional dishes.

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Edward G. Becker; Sallie Becker

Welcome to the world of forest where creatures from different clans will work together to destroy a darkness that resides in their universe and save the world of Forest. All born in the word of Forest are created by the Maker who is known as the Father. Together they will face their fears, learn to have a little faith, learn how to love, and stand behind one another. Their enemies are strong and have a taste for all the lusts that their pleasures have to offer. During their adventure, the first born will make choices that lead to their imminent destiny.

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Edward G. Becker and Sallie Becker

Welcome to the world of forest where creatures from different clans will work together to destroy a darkness that resides in their universe and save the world of Forest. All born in the word of Forest are created by the Maker who is known as the Father. Together they will face their fears, learn to have a little faith, learn how to love, and stand behind one another. Their enemies are strong and have a taste for all the lusts that their pleasures have to offer. During their adventure, the first born will make choices that lead to their imminent destiny.

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Nick Asbury

To this day The White Hart and The Red Lion are two of the most popular names for a public house in England – both talismans that served as the insignia for Richard II and the banished Henry Bolingbroke, Duke of Lancaster, who usurped the throne in 1399. Nick Asbury acted in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s famed Histories cycle which staged Shakespeare’s vision of the deposition of Richard II through to the notorious Battle of Bosworth in 1485. With fellow RSC actors for company, Nick travels the country visiting the buildings, landscapes and former sites of war and intrigue that feature in the plays, and asks the question: what is it about the England of Shakespeare’s Histories that continues to fascinate? From Alnwick to Eastcheap, Windsor Castle to a Leicester car park, this is his snapshot of England and its people, then and now. ‘John Shakespeare, William’s father, was an Ale Taster before he was a glover and luminary of Stratford-upon- Avon, so in his footsteps I and my travelling players will be exploring the hostelries and byways of an England forged on the battlefields, triumphs and betrayals of The Histories: on the one hand, Red – be it a pub or bloody Rose. On the other hand, White – be it the alabaster tombs of broken Princes or the quill of a playwright from Stratford-upon- Avon.’ ‘This bloody MG is so light it’s like driving a roasting tin. At the next turning, forewarned this time, I make the corner cheering victoriously and drive straight into a snow driftft that could swallow a bus let alone the mid-life crisis that is this MG. It turns out I am in the one area where it is as bad as they say it is. I dig myself out and reverse back on to the main road, all the time thinking life would be much better on a horse.’ ‘England, the tolerant bearer of religion that was the flower of the Northern Renaissance, was fast becoming a useless fist clothed in an old glove. It was fighting a war abroad, the cause of which it was not party to, and the execution of which was undermined by in-fighting at home. Plus ça change.’ ‘Geoffrey and I are swept like pooh sticks into Rouen. The road keeps tumbling down and the one time we want traffic lights to stop us, to catch our breath and to establish where we are, is of course the one time we are carried along on a river of green. We swoop into the central town square over cobbles that surely can’t be for everyday access, and on a hunch we turn right, only then realising that our hotel is in front of us and we have arrived. It’s the most remarkable entrance to a town I have ever made. We haven’t stopped once for navigation, traffic lights or junctions and yet here we are.’

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Alex T. Smith

Little Red sets off to visit her auntie who is poorly. A Very Hungry Lion approaches Little Red, wanting to gobble her up. But despite all the cunning plans by Lion, Little Red outsmarts him and soon has him saying sorry and eating doughnuts instead. A classic fairy tale with a twist by the bestselling Alex T. Smith.

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Alex T. Smith

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