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Catherine Curzon
 


Catherine Curzon  is a royal historian who writes on all matters of 18th century. Her work has been featured on many platforms and Catherine has also spoken at various venues including the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, and Dr Johnson’s House.

Catherine holds a Master’s degree in Film and when not dodging the furies of the guillotine, writes fiction set deep in the underbelly of Georgian London.

She lives in Yorkshire atop a ludicrously steep hill.

You can follow Catherine on Facebook and Twitter and take a look at her Website.

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Reviews (25)

Curzon and Harkstead are the masters of subtle, beautiful mythology set in subtle, beautiful places. The parallels between the two love stories are both believable and engaging and both the hero...

Catherine Curzon and Eleanor Harkstead knock it out of the park -- quite literally -- with the newest book in their Captivating Captains series. Though set in modern day, this story is quintesse...

it is astoundingly touching and beautifully portrayed. There is heartache, tender romance and danger all wrapped up in brilliant story. This is wonderful, a haunting tale of love found in the mo...

The Captains Ghostly Gamble is an amusing, dreamy and original romance that will keep you enchanted and riveted to the end. I love how even though this is a short story, there are two romances p...

I'm truly a sucker for tales from Curzon and Harkstead and the Captain's Cornish Christmas is a beautiful treat of all the best they have to offer. The story is a cozy, British scene that warms ...

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Magdalena Ventura, aka La mujer barbuda, or The Bearded Woman, by Jusepe de Ribera, 1631. https://t.co/INPRkZE5Ss
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