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  • The Girl From World’s End

    by Leah Fleming ...
    With war looming, she must find a safe place to call home…YORKSHIRE, 1926Eight-year-old Mirren has grown up in the shadow of the Great War. When a tragic accident leaves her orphaned, she is sent to live with relatives in the countryside.A NEW BEGINNINGSafe with her new family, Mirren grows into a strong woman and falls for local heartthrob, Jack. With a husband and child of her own, Mirren ... Read more


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  • The Yorkshire Pudding Club

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    From the Sunday Times bestseller comes a heartwarming and uplifting story of how three women find themselves empowered by unexpected pregnancies'Every time you discover a new Milly book, it’s like finding a pot of gold' heatThree South Yorkshire friends, all on the cusp of 40, fall pregnant at the same time following a visit to an ancient fertility symbol. For Helen, it's a dream come true, ... Read more


  • Orphans of War

    by Leah Fleming ...
    The ones you leave behind are the ones that stay with you forever…When Madeleine Belfield loses her family and her home in the Blitz, she is sent to love with relatives in the relative safety of the Yorkshire Dales.On board the steam train Maddy befriends Gloria Conley and her brother Sid, abandoned by their desperate mother. Although Maddy and Gloria are chalk and cheese, they soon vow to be ... Read more


  • The Tangling of the Web

    by Millie Gray ...
    Sally, who married young to escape her appalling childhood, is often left to bitterly reflect on the hand she has been dealt. She is, on the whole, happy caring for her handsome husband, his mother, her own three children, one of whom has a disability, and her Walter Mitty sister. Then suddenly her world comes crashing down when her husband leaves her with no warning. She is helped unexpectedly by ... Read more


  • The War Widows

    by Leah Fleming ...
    When you lose everything you love, you need a friend…Nothing ever happens in sleepy Grimbleton. Until two strangers - both claiming to be the fiancée of a dead soldier - arrive in town.Susan prides herself on her refined 'English' manners - yet her airs and graces hide harrowing memories of her escape from war-torn Burma.Volatile Ana pines for the sunshine of her Greek village - but is forever ... Read more


  • Gracie

    by Marie Maxwell ...
    A gripping saga, richly evocative of the period, featuring the gutsy and determined Gracie, determined to start again…Can you ever escape your past?Gracie McCabe is building a new life for herself in the Essex seaside town of Southend working alongside best friend Ruby; she’s put her past to rest and is planning her future.All that is missing is a family of her own, Gracie desperately wants a baby ... Read more


  • The Girl From Cobb Street

    She longed for a family of her own…Growing up in an orphanage on East London’s Cobb Street, Daisy Driscoll never felt the warm heart of home. Forging her own way in the world, determined Daisy struggles to make ends meet as the country finds itself on the brink of the Second World War.Her fortunes change when she finds solace in the arms of Gerald Mortimer, a handsome cavalry subaltern in the ... Read more


  • Winter’s Children

    by Leah Fleming ...
    ‘A heartwarming read.’ CloserGrieving widow, Kay Partridge and her daughter Evie, unable to face the oncoming Christmas festivities, move into a cottage at majestic Wintergill Farm in the Yorkshire Dales to escape.But Wintergill is far from the quiet refuge they had hoped for. The owners are facing a bleak future, but despite the struggle Nik Snowden wants to keep the house and lands that have ... Read more


  • Pack Up Your Troubles

    by Pam Weaver ...
    Connie and Eva are best friends but their families are the worst of enemies…During the VE Day celebrations, two women meet completely by chance. As Connie and Eva talk they discover they are from feuding families, the Maxwells and the Dixons. But when they both begin nurses’ training, they can’t deny their natural bond of friendship and become more like sisters.Their lives intertwine as Connie ... Read more


  • A Daughter’s Disgrace

    by Kitty Neale ...
    Can she escape a lifetime of sorrow?Previously published in 2015FracturedAlison is the ugly duckling of her family and has always been treated with disdain by her mother. After years of being bullied, she is drawn to the one man who shows her affection. But when he brutally rapes her, leaving her pregnant, she is cast out.ForgottenShunned by her family, Alison must start to make her own way ... ... Read more


  • Poppy’s Dilemma

    by Nancy Carson ...
    A compelling tale of one girl’s brave escape from a world of poverty in her search for true love.Is true love worth risking everything for?Sixteen-year-old Poppy Silk is one of the navvy community – a group of poor, rough-living men who work the railways and take their families wherever the tracks lead. When Poppy is left fatherless, her world becomes fraught with danger, men vying to claim her as ... Read more