Longest Title Ever

When doing historical research, you end up reading strange books with strange titles.  Take, for instance, this classic that was written for young men reading law in the Inner Temple by one Mr. John Impey:

The Practice

of the

Office of the Sheriff;

Shewing

 The Powers and Duties of those Offices.

The Manner of Appointing the High Sheriff, the Under Sheriff and their Deputies.

The Elections of the Serrifs of London and Middlesex with the Bye-Laws of the City Relating Thereto.

The Nature of Actions by and Against Sheriffs

Including

All the Modern Determinations and Necesary Precedents of Retursn to Writs &c.

Also

The Practice

of the

Office of the Coroner;

Shewing

The Mode of his Appointment with the Power and Duties of Taking Inquisitions and Mode of Holding Courts, &c.

The Regency Makeover Trilogy is Complete!

They were dismissed as hopeless—girls too plain, too shy, too gauche to stand any chance in the ruthless competition of the London season. But Helene Fitzgerald, Madelene Valmeyer, and Adele Edmundson have no intention of remaining wallflowers. Aided by the notorious novelist, Deborah Sewell, they form the Wallflower Pact and set out to find true love for themselves—and maybe even their chaperone.

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Announcing New Books from Darcie Wilde

UntitledThe contracts are signed, and now it can be told!  My next two books will be….MYSTERIES!  Set in Regency London, A USEFUL WOMAN will follow the life and struggles of Rosalind Thorne, a gently bred woman of reduced circumstances with the unenviable job of trying to untangle a mystery involving the corpse discovered in that most excluve of London ballrooms…Almack’s.