Julie Parker

The Farmer’s Daughter

By Mary Nichols - Published 2016

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Set in June 1944 in an East Anglian farming community, this novel describes the struggles of Jean to keep the family farm going after ...Read Review

Winter Roses

By Amy Myers - Published 2016

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Saga

This is the third in a series of four novels about a Sussex family and their neighbours during World War One.The family ...Read Review

Halfpenny Dreams

By Frances Brody - Published 2016

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Saga

I began this novel thinking that it was going to be a typical romantic saga, but there are several incidents, some poignant and ...Read Review

Operation Goodwood: A Mirabelle Bevan Mystery

By Sara Sheridan - Published 2016

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Mystery/Crime

Mirabelle Bevan, head of a debt-collecting agency in 1950s Brighton, enjoys a day out to see motor racing at Goodwood with Superintendent McGregor. ...Read Review

Tread Softly Alice

By Jessica Blair - Published 2016

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Mrs Emma Cheevey is the surprised beneficiary of her aunt’s will, leaving her a fortune and a partly derelict house, which she ...Read Review

The Scarlet Sisters: My Nanna’s Story of Secrets and Heartache on the Banks of the River Thames

By Helen Batten - Published 2015

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Nonfiction

The author paints a touching picture in this memoir beginning with the first chapter ‘Prologue: The End’ in which she visits her grandmother ...Read Review

Smoke and Mirrors: A Stephens and Mephisto Mystery

By Elly Griffiths - Published 2015

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Mystery/Crime

In this novel Detective Inspector Stephens and magician, Max Mephisto, who previously appeared in Elly Griffith’s novel The Zigzag Girl, become involved ...Read Review

Time Riders: Day of the Predator

By Alex Scarrow - Published 2010

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Children/Young AdultTime-slip

Not just another time travel story, this is the second in the series about Liam, Maddy and Sal, time travellers extraordinaire. Specially recruited ...Read Review

The World Turned Upside Down

By Leila Rasheed - Published 2010

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Children/Young Adult

This novella on the theme “Hidden Stratford,” set partly in 1642 and 2042, was commissioned for the Stratford-upon-Avon Literary Festival 2010 from local author Leila Rasheed. ...Read Review

Double Crossing

By Richard Platt - Published 2010

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Children/Young Adult

Using the format of a diary written by a young Irish boy beginning on the 20th July 1906, this tale begins with the accidental ...Read Review