Gretta Curran Browne


A Box Set – Books 1 and 2 of The LORD BYRON SERIES



He was later to become known as “The most beautiful and most famous man in England” — but not yet…

Beginning when he is a boy of ten years old, we join George Gordon when he is living a miserable life with his manic Scottish mother in a few rented rooms above a shop in Aberdeen; unaware that his true surname is not Gordon, and that his true heritage is with the English aristocracy – who soon come to claim him.

A life of wealth and privilege is then bestowed upon him, which eventually sets the stage for him to prove his own individual worth, in his own way, and in his own time.

Meticulously researched, and adapted into novel form, ‘A Strange Beginning’ is the first of a series of books about the most iconic young man of his time.

“My name alone shall be my epitaph.”



“Byron only had to come, and to be seen, in order to conquer.”

At twenty-seven, Lady Caroline Lamb reads the story of a young aristocrat’s strange journey through unknown and barbaric parts of Europe in Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage, and declares her opinion that the author would certainly be “mad, bad, and dangerous to know.

A few weeks later she actually meets him, and becomes obsessed to the point of erotomania.

From the wilds of Albania to a life of luxury as one of the beau monde in Regency London, George Gordon Lord Byron is astounded at the burst of fame that engulfs him on the publication of Childe Harold.

“I awoke one morning and found myself famous.”

Meticulously researched, and adapted into novel form, ‘A Strange World’ is a vivid and truthful portrait of the most iconic young man of his time, and Britain’s first superstar.