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We welcome any suggestions, contributions, or questions. Her most recent book In These Timesa comprehensive history of the home front during the Napoleonic Wars, was described as 'a remarkable book written by an award-winning historian at the peak of her powers'. A Gambling Man is a portrait of Charles II, exploring his elusive nature through the lens of these ten vital years - and a portrait of a vibrant, violent, pulsing world, racked with plague, fire and war, in which the risks the king took forged the fate of the nation, on the brink of the modern world. His Restoration was greeted with maypoles and bonfires, like spring after long years of Cromwell's rule. Together let us sweetly live:Now that hymn that Mary Louise Chester used to sing, “O Tell Me Where Is the Gambling Man,” now that was a ballad hymn. He sang that. And on my block. Bm A G So don't have no fear Bm He's just an old hobo, A Asus4 A And he'll soon be far away from here C# D Dsus4 D He used to be a gambling man just. Cautiously, he picked his way through the mess that followed the wars. did with his mistresses,' Halifax wrote; 'he used them, but he was not in love with them.