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The Hidden Thread

By Liz Trenow - Published 2017

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Anna Butterfield leaves her father’s Suffolk parsonage for the home of her uncle, a wealthy mercer in Spitalfields, the centre of the 18...Read Review

The Sword of Attilla: Total War: Rome

By David Gibbins - Published 2016

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Military

If the first novel in this Total War: Rome series concerned the birth of the Roman Empire, The Sword of Attila describes its ...Read Review

The Colours of Love

By Rita Bradshaw - Published 2015

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The story begins in 1923. A ship has been driven onto rocks and the survivors taken to an inn. Two women are about to ...Read Review

Blue Moon

By Pam Weaver - Published 2015

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Mystery/Crime

Ruby Bateman works as a chambermaid in the best hotel in Worthing, Sussex, a good job during the Depression. However, the atmosphere at ...Read Review

The Memory of Midnight

By Pamela Hartshorne - Published 2015Published c2013

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Time-slip

Tess escapes her controlling husband and returns home to modern-day York with her young son, eager to stand on her own and rebuild ...Read Review

The Axeman

By Ray Celestin - Published 2015

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Mystery/Crime

The Axeman opens with a threat. New Orleans in the spring of 1919 was awash in rain, jazz, and murder when the Axeman, a ...Read Review

The Seven Sisters

By Lucinda Riley - Published 2015

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The Seven Sisters tells the tale of six young women, all adopted by an enigmatic man for mysterious reasons. When he dies suddenly, ...Read Review

Poldark: Ross Poldark

By Winston Graham - Published 2015

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Saga

Winston Graham began writing his epic saga of the Poldark family in 1945 and finished the last of the 12 books which complete the series ...Read Review

Poldark: Demelza

By Winston Graham - Published 2015

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Saga

The second part of the Poldark story continues five years later with Demelza, now married to Ross and the mother of his child, ...Read Review

Total War Rome: Destroy Carthage

By David Gibbins - Published 2014

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Military

Carthago delenda est, Carthage must be destroyed. These words resound throughout this novel of Scipio Aemilianus, adopted grandson of the famous Scipio Africanus ...Read Review