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Tory Brennan is as fascinated by bones and dead bodies as her famous aunt, acclaimed forensic anthropologist, Tempe Brennan. However living on a secluded island off Charleston in South Carolina there is not much opportunity to put her knowledge to the test. Until she and her group of technophile friends stumble across a shallow grave containing…
CONTENTS (abridged list)
CHAPTER I. CAUSES OF THE THIRTY YEARS' WAR.
CHAPTER II. THE BOHEMIAN REVOLUTION.
CHAPTER III. IMPERIALIST VICTORIES IN BOHEMIA AND THE PALATINATE
CHAPTER IX. THE DEATH OF WALLENSTEIN AND THE TREATY OF PRAGUE.
CHAPTER X. THE PREPONDERANCE OF FRANCE.
CHAPTER XI. THE END OF THE WAR.
About the Author
"Samuel Rawson Gardiner (4 March 1829 - 24 February 1902) was an English historian.
The son of Rawson Boddam Gardiner, he was born near Alresford, Hampshire. He was educated at Winchester College and Christ Church, Oxford, where he obtained a first class in literae humaniores. He was subsequently elected to fellowships at All Souls (1884) and Merton (1892). For some years he was professor of modern history at King's College London, and devoted his life to the subject. In 1896, he was elected to give the first series of Ford Lectures at Oxford University." – Wikipedia