Having the Decorators in book. Reay Tannahill sadly won't be writing any more of these books as she sadly passed away in November 2007.
Having the Decorators in book.
As lady of the manor, it is her duty to look after the uninvited guest. But getting rid of them mis a job for the decorators.
Reay Tannahill is the author of Food in History and Sex in History, as well . I would recommend this book to anyone interested in how food has helped shape our history. 13 people found this helpful.
Reay Tannahill is the author of Food in History and Sex in History, as well as the bestselling novels A Dark and Distant Shore and The World, the Flesh, and the Devil. This 409-page hardback provides an overview of the history of food stuffs. It begins with the domestication of animals (the dog was first in about 11,000 BC) and goes all the way to modern day subjects such as the green revolution.
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Free books to read or listen online in a convenient form, a large collection, the best authors and series. Reay Tannahill's great bestseller is the story of an extraordinary woman's determination to win back her birthright - the remote and beautiful West Highland castle of Kinveil - sold by her father to a Glasgow merchant when she was seven years old. It is also the intricate picture of a family in the heyday of the British Empire, an epic story spanning almost a hundred years and stretching from Edinburgh to the Crimea, from an expanding America to the India of the Raj. Read online.
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Born and brought up in Scotland, Reay Tannahill would have liked to have gone either to art or drama school .
Born and brought up in Scotland, Reay Tannahill would have liked to have gone either to art or drama school but fell victim to the traditional Scottish passion for formal education and found herself instead at the University of Glasgow, from where she emerged with an MA in history and a postgraduate certificate in social sciences. Until her death in 2007 she lived in London.