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Love and War in the Pyrenees

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“A beguiling mixture of travel, memoir, history and good old-fashioned storytelling – a slice of hidden France” –Kate Mosse

Love and War in the Pyrenees, is an investigation of the Second World War in the region, combining her own travels with contemporary interviews, documents and letters.

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Afterword: The Story Continues

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The Man who Married a Mountain

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“Rosemary Bailey has written a charming, gentle, and deeply felt book, about a charming, gentle man who felt so deeply for the mountains of the Pyrenees that he eventually married one of them.” – Robert Macfarlane

The Man who Married a Mountain follows the romantic quest for the sublime of the eccentric 19th century mountaineer, Sir Henry Russell-Killough.

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Life in a Postcard

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“Enchantingly told… I couldn’t put it down.” –France in Print

The best-selling Life in a Postcard describes life in a mountain village in the Pyrenees, the restoration of a ruined monastery and the history of the monks who once lived there

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Afterword: Ten years later

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Scarlet Ribbons

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“Honourable… impassioned and tender.” -Sara Maitland

Scarlet Ribbons: A Priest with AIDS, is the story of Rosemary’s brother, Rev. Simon Bailey, and the remarkable support he received from his Yorkshire mining village parish. It was originally published in 1997 and now this universal story has been re-published by Jorvik Press.

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