The definitive list of all things Jonty and Orlando.
Blond, blue eyed, gregarious expert in Tudor literature and fellow of St. Bride’s. Son of a Lord, with family connections cropping up everywhere, but his past hides a disturbing secret. He’d love to share his theories on the sonnets. Jonty Stewart’s thoughts on Shakespeare’s sonnets.
Tall, dark and introverted, this mathematical genius is slowly being brought out of his shell. Loves liquorice. Hates Sherlock Holmes.
Early twentieth century:
Lessons in Love (set November 1905) now relaunched by Endeavour Press with lovely new covers!
Also in audio version.
Lesson in Desire (set August 1906) from Endeavour.
Lessons in Discovery (set November 1906) from Endeavour.
Lessons in Power (set Spring 1907) from Endeavour.
Lessons in Temptation (set July 1907) from Endeavour.
Lessons in Temptation missing scene (set July 1907)
What the Mathematician said to the Statue (set Summer 1907)
Lessons in Seduction (set September 1907) from Endeavour
What the Mathematician said to the Engineer (set November 1907)
My true love sent to me (set December 1907)
Lessons for Suspicious Minds (set Summer 1909) from Endeavour.
Lessons in Cracking the Deadly Code (set February 1911)
Lessons in Playing a Murderous Tune (set summer 1911)
Lessons in Following a Poisonous Trail (set October 1911)
Game of Chance (set 1916)
Lessons in Loving thy Murderous Neighbour. 1922 Jonty Stewart and Orlando Coppersmith like nothing more than being given a mystery to solve. But what happens when you have to defend your greatest enemy on a charge of murder?
Lessons in Chasing the Wild Goose (set in 1922)
A random collection of silly things:
Treacherous doings from St Bride’s great rival…The porters lodge – Stories from The College Next door.
A Cambridge Fellows alternative universe story, Guardian Angel.
Jonty and Orlando being their usual daft selves in Sauce for the goose