Yorkshire Folk Tales - Volume Two
- The Miserly Judge - A shrewd innkeeper shames a greedy judge - and him in his best robes too!
- True Love - A powerful knight is determined that a beautiful but impoverished baby girl shall not live to marry his son as fate has decreed. But no matter where he turns his hand against her a greater power than Fate so moulds the lives of the pair that for every base trick the knight unfolds, Providence works an even greater miracle until the Grand Finale. Guaranteed to warm your heart and urge you to forswear from the wickedness of trying to destroy the happiness of innocents.
- The Richmond Drummer Boy - An adventure that ended as a tragic mystery that is re-enmacted year on year in the shadow of Richmond Castle
- Beggars' Bridge - hoiw a much needed bridge across the Esk was built and why it is called by its name
- The Canny Cobbler of Huddersfield - 'Tis said 'tis a true tale. But whether 'tis or 'tis not, such is the nature of man that what is not enough for one can be far too much for another., and the twain meet in a humble cobbler's shop.
- T'Soberin'O' Billy Bray - Some of the honest sober and industrious swear that they have seen the bargeist although not many live to tell the tale. Billy Bray can boast that he did, but does the bargeist boast to his fellows about his encounter with what turned out to possess greater power than himself?