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  • The White Camellia
    The White Camellia (English, Paperback) Juliet Greenwood

    1909. Cornwall. Her family ruined, Bea is forced to leave Tressillion House, and self-made business woman Sybil moves in. Owning Tressillion is Sybil’s triumph ? but now what? As the house casts its spell over her, as she starts to make friends in the village despite herself, will Sybil be able to build a new life here, or will hatred always rule her heart? Bea finds herself in London,...

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  • Ghostbird
    Ghostbird (English, Paperback) Carol Lovekin

    Cadi is angry at not being allowed to ask about her father and her sister - she wants to know who she is. Her mother Violet believes she can control her terrors only by refusing to talk about them. And Lili, Cadi's aunt, is stuck in the middle. In a world of hauntings and magic, in a small village where it rains all August, this summer the secrets and the ghosts are finally waking up and none of...

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  • Remember No More
    Remember No More (English, Paperback) Jan Newton

    Her husband’s desire for a different life takes her away from urban Manchester and its inner city problems to tranquil mid-Wales. It is to be a clean slate for them both. On her first day at her new police station, Julie is thrust unexpectedly into the centre of an investigation into a suspicious death in a remote farming community. Back in Manchester, Stephen Collins is set free from prison....

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  • Not Thomas
    Not Thomas (Paperback) Sara Gethin

    A debut adults' novel from an award-winning author of children's books, this is a compelling depiction of what it's like to be a child in a dysfunctional household. Will appeal to fans of Emma Donoghue's "Room".

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  • Here We Stand
    Here We Stand (English, Paperback) Helena Earnshaw, Angharad Penrhyn Jones

    These women are dreaming of a better world. But they are not just dreamers. They have organised, marched on the streets, joined protest camps, opened refuges, blogged from war zones and smashed up military equipment. They have gone undercover, lived in trees, stormed Parliament and taken on the world's largest corporations. They have been sacked, attacked, psychologically abused, jailed, shot at,...

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  • Beguiling Miss Bennet
    Beguiling Miss Bennet (English, Paperback) Lindsay Ashford

    The third in a volume of short stories that take minor characters from famous novels as their starting point. 'The Wedding Planner' takes the characters from Austen's novella Lady Susan and transports them to the 21st century. Other stories focus on the less well known of the Bennet sisters, Kitty and Lydia.

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  • The Unravelling
    The Unravelling (English, Paperback) Thorne Moore

    Children can be very very cruel. When they were ten everybody wanted to be Serena’s friend, to find themselves one of the inner circle. But doing so meant proving your worth, and doing that often had consequences it’s not nice to think about – not even thirty-five years later. Karen Rothwell is randomly reminded of an incident in her childhood which just as suddenly becomes an obsession. It...

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  • Winter Sonata
    Winter Sonata (English, Paperback) Dorothy Edwards

    As summer fades, young telegraph clerk Arnold Nettle arrives in an unspecified English village. Sickly and shy, he hopes that the season will be far less damaging to his frail disposition than another winter spent in town. Repulsed by the crude behaviour of his working-class landlady and her brood, he becomes enamoured with the middle-class Neran family, who live in a large white house on the...

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  • Strike For A Kingdom
    Strike For A Kingdom (English, Paperback) Menna Gallie

    A Honno Classic, first published in 1959, this unusual, highly praised novel is set in the coal-mining valleys of Wales at a time of near-starvation. After a much-hated mine manager is found dead, suspense and suspicion grow among the miners, men who, despite their poverty, abound with humour and warmth. The tension grows until the truth about the killing is discovered by one of the miners' own...

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  • The Vegetarian Tigers Of Paradise
    The Vegetarian Tigers Of Paradise (English, Paperback) Crystal Jeans

    Crystal's mother is a woman to be wary of; a diet of deep fried snacks has hardened her heart and her arteries. One misstep and Crystal is ordered to pack her bags; she's off to live with Freddy Krueger on the other side of the park. Near death avoided, back home with her mother, Crystal dotes on her pet bull terriers, struggles to keep her end up at a troubled inner city comp and begins to...

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  • Someone Else's Conflict
    Someone Else's Conflict (English, Paperback) Alison Layland

    Jay has been roaming rootless for years until one morning he arrives in a small Yorkshire Dales town and sees a face in the crowd which takes him back to the best and worst times of his life. In the aftermath of a failed affair, Marilyn is rebuilding her life and her barn when a lightning storm threatens to ruin everything. Should she trust Jay is who he says he is, even when he is economical with...

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  • Thicker Than Water
    Thicker Than Water (English, Paperback) Bethan Darwin

    Gareth Maddox is living a life he loves - he has his own successful firm specialising in corporate law, a gorgeous, equally talented wife and four perfectly imperfect children. Then along comes Cassandra Taylor, Managing Director of Perfect Ltd, a Canadian shirting company wanting to set up a major manufacturing plant in the Welsh Valley Gareth hails from. Gareth decides to risk everything he...

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  • A Time For Silence
    A Time For Silence (English, Paperback) Thorne Moore

    In this gripping dark family story, Thorne weaves a thrilling tale of two lives from different times. 1933: Gwen is a dutiful wife. But as the years pass on their desperately poor smallholding, her duty to her husband John will have a terrible price for herself and her children…something that she cannot speak of. In the present day, Sarah finds her grandparents ruined farmhouse, she becomes...

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  • Changing Patterns
    Changing Patterns (English, Paperback) Judith Barrow

    The war is over, but for Mary the danger isn't...1950: Mary is living in mid Wales with Peter, a German ex-POW, and working as a nurse, though she knows her job is in danger if they find out about Peter. When her brother Tom is killed, Mary is devastated, especially as nobody will believe that it wasn't an accident. Her best friend Jean is doing her best to get Mary to leave Peter and come back to...

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  • Living In The Shadows
    Living In The Shadows (English, Paperback) Judith Barrow

    In this the final title in Judith Barrow's WWII trilogy chronicling the lives of civilians' humdrum existence in an ordinary welsh village, Victoria finds herself attracted to the lifestyle and vices of the local gang of hippies.

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  • Motherlove
    Motherlove (English, Paperback) Thorne Moore

    THREE MOTHERS. 1989 - Heather is horrified to be pregnant again. Gillian is desperate to adopt. Lindy is terrified her baby will be taken from her. In the midst of all this longing and pain, a child vanishes. TWO BABIES. 2012 - Vicky finds out she's not who she thought she was. Kelly loves her mother. Wanting to help her, she innocently reopens a 23-year-old crime. ONE SECRET. Can some wrongs ever...

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  • Gladys Of Harlech
    Gladys Of Harlech (English, Paperback) L. M. Spooner

    Set during the Wars of the Roses in the fifteenth century, Gladys of Harlech tells the story of the granddaughter of the last Welsh keeper of Harlech Castle. Fighting on the side of the House of Lancaster, Gladys and her family flee into hiding in the mountains after the castle falls into the hands of the rival Yorkists at the end of a long siege. Years later, Gladys is captured and pressed into...

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  • The Illusion Of Innocence
    The Illusion Of Innocence (English, Paperback) Jacqueline Jacques

    Archie Price, painter and police artist, has to attend a murder trial. The murderer, Fred, is on the same train, a prisoner in the guards' van, and Fred's sister, Polly, is also there, wanting to escape from her criminal brother. Fred's gang are desperate enough to derail the train to recover him. Injured in the horrific crash, Polly and Archie are both taken in by local rich farmers to recover,...

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  • We That Are Left
    We That Are Left (English, Paperback) Juliet Greenwood

    Elin lives a luxurious but lonely life at Hiram Hall. Her husband Hugo loves her but never recovered from the Boer War. Now another war threatens to destroy everything she knows. With Hugo at the front, and her cousin Alice and friend Mouse working for the war effort, Elin has to learn to run the estate in Cornwall, making new friends - and enemies. But when Mouse is in danger, Elin must face up...

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