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  • Birthday House

    by Jill Treseder ...
    A friendship. A murder. A life that will never be the same. ... Read more


  • My Sister, Myself

    by Jill Treseder ...
    A compelling story of family, love, loss and migration between Budapest and London after the 1956 Hungarian Uprising. ... Read more


  • Hatmaker's Secret

    by Jill Treseder ...
    Two babies are born a century apart and three generations of women are blighted by a family secret.Thea's sense of self depends upon keeping her secret. Her daughter, Vanessa, is confused about her own identity. And there's Kate, Vanessa's own daughter, whose marriage is threatened because of her grandmother's deception. Issues of racial prejudice, betrayal, forgiveness and trust echo through the ... Read more


  • Becoming Fran

    by Jill Treseder ...
    Francesca Fairweather has never lived up to the extrovert image of her copper-coloured hair. Escaping a difficult mother and a disastrous love affair to become a student in 1960s Bristol, she makes friends of Verity, Dale and Morag. But their presence is not to be relied upon, and she continues to lurch from crisis to crisis. Her Aunt Goldie, her friend Zelda and her father each come to her rescue ... Read more


  • Place of Safety

    by Jill Treseder ...
    Was this what happened when you took a life? The thin end of some sinister wedge? Even when the act was one of love and compassion, the last shared ritual? Alfie, a fifty-something artist, assists his wife's suicide, is arrested and bailed. He seeks a simple life on Dartmoor where he can grieve for his beloved Meg, and come to terms with the crime he has committed in the eyes of the law. This ... Read more


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    by Maeve Binchy ...
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  • The Sugar Girls: Tales of Hardship, Love and Happiness in Tate & Lyle’s East End

    Tales of Hardship, Love and Happiness in Tate & Lyle’s East End Factories. The Sugar Girls went straight to No.10 in the Sunday Times Bestseller List, spending five weeks in the top ten.On an autumn day in 1944, Ethel Alleyne walked the short distance from her house to Tate & Lyle’s refinery on the shining curve of the Thames. Looking up at the giant gates, Ethel felt like she had been preparing ... Read more


  • Casting Off

    series Cazalet Chronicles #4
    The Second World War has finally ended and so begins a new era of freedom and opportunity for the Cazalet family. Elizabeth Jane Howard's magnificent Cazalet Chronicles continues with Casting Off, the fourth novel in the saga.The Cazalet cousins are now in their twenties, trying to piece together their lives in the aftermath of the war. Louise is faced with her father's new mistress and her mother ... Read more


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    by Faith Hogan ...
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  • The Dream House

    by Rachel Hore ...
    From the million-copy Sunday Times bestseller comes a gripping and moving story about one woman's move to the house of her dreams.Everyone has a dream of their perfect house - in the heart of the countryside, or perhaps a stately residence in the middle of a wonderful city?For Kate Hutchinson, the move to Suffolk from the tiny, noisy London terrace she shares with her husband Simon and their two ... Read more


  • Watermelon

    by Marian Keyes ...
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