- SANDRA SCHWAB | Historical Romance Author

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About the Series

Allan's Miscellany is an early Victorian magazine run by grumpy, red-haired editor William MacNeil, who watches with misgivings as one by one his writers and artists fall victim to Armor's darts. (Something that will never happen to himself, of course!) (Of course. *insert author's evil cackle*) Allan's now also has its own website with excerpts from the magazine, extras, and background information.

Each of the Allan's Miscellany stories is set against the backdrop of one specific historical event or theme. In the stories from 1844 onward, you will also find a lot of references to my favorite Victorian magazine, Punch. Also, watch out for references to events in later books!


Books in the Series
cover of The Bride Prize, by Sandra Schwab
cover of Falling for a Scoundrel, by Sandra Schwab
cover of A Tangled Web, by Sandra Schwab
cover of Devil's Return, by Sandra Schwab

Robbie Beaton's story
1839

Eglinton Tournament in Scotland

Jack Fletcher's story
1844

Game laws & unrest in the countryside

Planned for 2016

Lawrence Pelham's story
1846

Wellington statue

Alex Crenshaw's story
1847

Layard's excavations of old Assyrian cities
Coming soon

I have planned a few more books in this series, which I hope to tackle in 2016 and 2017:

  • Secrets and Sins: Allan's Miscellany 1848 (Arthur Tambling's story)
  • Annie's Seduction: Allan's Miscellany 1849 (Mac's story) (HA!)
  • [Lovely Title]: Allan's Miscellany 1850 (Jon Allan's story)
 
 
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