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Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, remains one of the most controversial personalities of fifteenth-century England. The archetypal over-mighty subject, he was the dominant figure in the dynastic revolutions at the heart of the fifteenth-century Wars of the Roses. Warwick played a pivotal role first in advancing the Yorkist cause, leading Edward IV to replace the Lancastrian Henry VI in 1461. Then, having lost influence at court, he changed sides and was reversed the process in 1470. Warwick "the Kingmaker" dominated national politics in his various roles as general, admiral, pirate, subaltern, administrator, politician, propagandist, statesman, and diplomat. This book illuminates Warwick's character and motivation, showing that he was an emotional, charming, and popular man with a strong sense of family loyalty. It is the first full study of this compelling figure within the context of political life in late medieval England.


The Victorians may have attempted to show the world they were upright, strict and full of virtue but much of this thinking has been subverted by their erotic and pornographic writing. The Nunnery Tales; or Cruising Under False Colours was first published in Holland in the1890’s though may have been written sometime before. As ever the story is merely a loosely plotted vehicle for some even looser morals and sexual romping. Again as is quite familiar to readers of Victorian erotica the Church is involved in a most intimate and lascivious way. The story revolves around a Mother and her son who must seek sanctuary until they can be re-united with her husband who has escaped the revolution in France for safety in England. She can find shelter at the Convent of St Clair where her younger sister is the Abbess. Her son suggests accompanying her, but as her daughter. So beautifully attired in dress and petticoats they proceed to the Convent. But the convent is filled with desire and suppression which takes little time to display itself. So the secret that ‘she’ is really a ‘he’ is discovered, and his identity revealed which becomes a very attractive proposition to both the Mother Superior and several of the young ladies in residence. Whether you view what follows as a punishment or a reward, it is by common consent a well regarded erotic book.


The Flea is an active participant in some of the events he views, his Flea-ish heart taking pity upon those fair virgins who are forced to serve the Greek and Senor Bullpole. The Flea manages affairs quite nicely, to bring everyone to justice in the end. But to tell you of the virtues of this fourth volume of Autobiography of a Flea is needless, really, for you can discover them for yourself. The reading experience should be a pleasant one, and so we proudly launch Autobiography of a Flea, Book Four, into


No other book dares go as far! The long-lost sequel made available for the first time in decades!


Third in our favorite insect's observations of (and participations in) the erotic events occurring at St. Thaddeus.


Long banned in the U. S., The Romance of Lust is the first-person story of Charlie Roberts, the most famous hero of the Victorian sexual underground, In Volume I, Charlie began his amorous career at an early age, initiated by a married lady who was visiting his mother. Charlie soon seduced the maids, while allowing himself to be seduced by his two successive governesses and successfully passing himself off as a virgin. In Volume II, Charlie's amorous adventures begin in earnest. With almost super-human endurance he goes on to explore his taste for intricate tableaux ensembles, to indulge his penchant for fancy complications, and even to form a secret society. Spankings, floggings, and other Victorian predelictions highlight the story. An eye-opening look at the twisted paths eros takes when a society goes too far in repressing the sex drive. 


Warning. The following description is explicit. The Romance of Lust, or Early Experiences is a Victorian erotic novel published in four volumes by an Anonymous author. Told in the first person of protagonist Charlie Roberts it vividly describes his sexual initiation as he approaches his fifteenth birthday. Indeed it starts with a sexual experience with his sisters Eliza and Mary. His ensuing voyage of discovery thereafter includes a great many sexual exploits with his governesses, many male and female friends, and various acquaintances. Together they indulge their tastes for incest, orgies, masturbation, lesbianism, flagellation, fellatio, cunnilingus, gay sex, anal sex, and double penetration. It is not writing that at first thought you would associate with the Victoria era but then again these novels unleash themselves with an abandon to suggest it’s all there just waiting to be revealed.


Love and justice… When Drew Foster is released from prison, he doesn't much care about salvaging his soiled reputation. Though he's working undercover, everyone in Victorian London believes him guilty of the Jack the Ripper murders and that his brother paid for his "innocence." Despite her genteel upbringing, Anna Jacobs is intent on finishing medical school and becoming a physician. Society's ridicule has never bothered her, but when her brother, the Yard's best detective, is scorned for letting Drew go, she confronts the one man who can set the record straight at a ball. She certainly doesn't count on the rogue being dashing and handsome, nor on him stealing a passionate kiss. Anna's brazen contempt for his dangerous reputation captivates Drew, but he is harboring secrets that make him unfit to court any proper woman. As he finds himself an outsider among his colleagues at Scotland Yard, the feisty beauty offers up her medical knowledge to assist him on the case. But when the real killer returns to London to continue his reign of terror, can Anna find safety in Drew's arms?


Justin Rodale is the wealthy bastard son of the Duke of Chanceworth. Educated with the rest of the aristocrats, he knows all the rules by which Society lives, but he is beholden to no one. Clarissa Kincaid has been raised to be the perfect English lady... in need of the perfectly respectable English husband. She's found her quarry, but the man won't commit and she finds herself seeking assistance in the form of seduction lessons from someone the opposite of respectable... Justin. This is a challenge the charismatic Justin cannot resist. She may think that he knows nothing about her needs, but he’s determined to show her that he knows plenty about her secret desires.


Marcus Kincaid has returned to England after a ten-year absence as the Earl of Ashford after his brother's untimely death. Unfortunately, his younger sister is embroiled in a potential scandal that could ruin her chance at marriage, and his aunt has already called in reinforcements—The Paragon. Vivian March is known simply as The Paragon. She moves through every circle within Society, smoothing out scandals and stopping gossip in its tracks. Everyone in London knows that if she aligns herself with you, Society will forgive your sins. What they don’t know is that she uses their secrets to cover her own jaded past. But with every kiss and every touch that Marcus thrusts upon her, Vivian comes to believe life is infinitely more fun when you can be just a little bit wicked…