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The Orange Autumn by Judith Thomson
It is 1688 and James ll is on the throne of England. But James is not popular – and he is a Catholic. The situation is dangerously volatile and there are many who desire to replace James with a Protestant monarch. Among these are Philip Devalle, who has been James’ open enemy in the past, and Philip’s brother-in-law. Giles Fairfield, who fought in Monmouth’s doomed uprising. Neither will prosper in a country ruled by King James.
Colonel Belchamp’s Battlefield Tour by Adrian Crisp
It is May 1964. Devastated by the recent death of his small son, James Butland joins a tour of the 1940 battlefields in France where he served as an 18-year-old in the defence of Calais. There he reviews his own life, the conflicts of growing up in the interwar years and the approach of war in 1939.