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A blog concerning the celebration of books and writing from the Hodder & Stoughton team.

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The official blog of former SAS soldier and bestselling thriller writer Chris Ryan

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A blog about books, history, the undeclared war between fiction and reality, our coming robot overlords, and practical, everyday Ninjitsu.

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Dr Josepha Josephine Wilkinson is a free-range academic historian and author specialising in seventeenth-century France, early modern England and Second Temple Judaism. She is the author of: Richard III: The Young King to Be; Mary Boleyn; Anne Boleyn; John the Baptist: A Life and Death; Saint John the Baptist. She has also edited a new edition of the Victorian classic, Anne Boleyn by Paul Friedmann.

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On June 14, 1940, German tanks entered a silent and deserted Paris. Eight days later, France accepted defeat along with foreign occupation. Parisians were stunned, humiliated, yet curious; the Germans too were curious, wondering how to treat a city that had shown not a trace of resistance.

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