Elizabethan London

Elizabethan London
Tyburn was an infamous execution spot west of London, used since medieval times. The Tyburn "tree" - a unique, multi-person gallows - erected in 1571 became a popular public spectacle, drawing crowds of thousands.Tyburn Tree blog is less blood-thirsty but hopefully topical, interesting and informative, if slightly bent to my personal topics of interest - books, writing, history, technology, with a smattering of politics and dash of pop culture, science and the downright strange. So "take a ride to Tyburn" and see what happens...

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Just a quick update:

You can now hear The Jesuit Letter, brilliantly narrated by James Young, in all its swashbuckling, Elizabethan, back-alley, ale-soaked glory, on #Audible, #Amazon & #Apple iTunes!

Yes, now it's on iTunes as well!

Damn. I'm kind of letting that sink in for a moment. I now have an audiobook on iTunes. Who would have thought?

Go have a listen!

1 comment:

  1. Thankyou Mr Hamilton for writing this book. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it, especially as I was born and bred in Kenilworth and actually lived in a house that was built on the Brays. I know well all of the local places that you mentioned in and around Stratford on Avon. If you didn’t have first hand knowledge of this area you certainly conjured up very accurate descriptions of my home town. So as to make me feel quite homesick as I now live in Spain.
    I look forward to reading further adventures of Christopher Tyburn