Kristine Hughes Patrone

Since 1995, Kristine has been traveling to the UK in order to indulge her interest in British history. Her research trips led her to write several non-fiction books, including Everyday Life in Regency and Victorian England. For the past six years, Kristine has published a blog, Number One London, along with fellow author […]

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Jackie Marsh Hobbs

Born in Brighton, Jackie has a passion for history and has worked as a freelance guide at the Royal Pavilion, also in education at Preston Manor and the Brighton Museum, since 2000. Since that time, she’s also taught in adult education, from craft based classes on to local history, running CCE courses for the University […]

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Emma Dupont

Emma Dupont specialises in private etiquette classes in London for international clients both visiting and living in the City, who prefer a discreet and personal service over a school learning environment. She works with clients from many nationalities and her areas of expertise include social, business and royal etiquette. At Emma Dupont Etiquette, she offers a […]

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Melanie Hilton

Writing as Louise Allen, Melanie Hilton has been writing ‘scandalously witty Regency romance’ novels, with over 40 books published since 1993. She has also written several non-fiction books focused on various aspects of British history, including Walks Through Regency London, Stagecoach Travel, To The Field of Waterloo: The First Battlefield Tourists, The Georgian Seaside and […]

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Sue-Ellen Welfonder

Sue-Ellen Welfonder is a USA Today Bestselling author who writes Scottish medieval romances. She also writes as Allie Mackay, penning contemporary paranormals, mostly set in the Scottish Highlands. Sue-Ellen spent fifteen years living in Europe, using that time to explore as many castle ruins, medieval abbeys, and stone circles, as possible. Anything ancient, crumbling, or […]

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Ian Fletcher

Ian is one of the leading authorities on the Peninsular War and Wellington’s army. Born in London in 1957, Ian’s first book, In Hell Before Daylight, was published in 1984. Since then, Ian has written or edited almost thirty other books. Ian’s own tour company, Ian Fletcher’s Battlefield Tours, brings him to these sites […]

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