St Bartholomew's Man

By Mary Delorme

Historical fiction | eBook


Subtle, moving, beautifully told, and based on all the facts available, 'St Bartholomew's Man' will take you in accurate period detail, to a time in the 12th century when life was brief and harsh. To the time a humble court jester and musician to William Rufus and King Henry 1st, yet a man with great vision was formed, who was to lay the groundwork to one of the worlds greatest institutions, hundreds of years ahead of it's time. St Bartholomew's Hospital



Mary Delorme has been a writer for many years. She lived in Trowbridge in Wiltshire for more than twenty years and in Somerset since 1986. At first her published work consisted mainly of music, having been a concert pianist. Since then she has had published over a hundred articles, largely on education, history, topography and biography, for journals such as History Today, The Teacher and The Historian. For five years she was a regular reviewer for Primary Education Review. Her paper published books include a novel about modern musicians, Wandering Minstrels, an historical novel, Alexis, on the life of the great chef Soyer, and two topographical volumes, Curious Sussex – published by Robert Hale, London and Curious Wiltshire, published by Ex Libris – now in it's 6th reprint


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Mary Delorme has been a writer for many years. She lived in Trowbridge in Wiltshire for more than twenty years and in Somerset since 1986. At first her published work consisted mainly of music, having been a concert pianist. Since then she has had published over a hundred articles, largely on education, history, topography and biography, for journals such as History Today, The Teacher and The His...


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