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1. The Spectral Mist - Clarissa Ross

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The huge old house on the California coast seemed to be constantly shrouded in fog, which added to the gloom that permeated the atmosphere. The master of the house was the famed poet, Ford Hunt - who had not been seen by anyone but his nephew and his manservant since the death of his wife five years ago.

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2. The Blackburn&Scarletti Mysteries Volume I - Karen Koehler

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3. The Heart of a Legend - Amy Lignor

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When Paulita Maxwell journeyed to the wild territory of Ft. Sumner, New Mexico in 1877, she had no idea that her life would be forever joined with the most celebrated outlaw of all time. William H. Bonney appeared like a phantom through the gap of El Capitan to save Paulita's life, and capture her young heart in the process. As Paulita guides you through a world at war, you will be swept up in the passionate danger played out so long ago against the exquisite backdrop of the Capitan Mountains. Their amazing tale will leave you aching for the love that was so close to changing the course of history and erasing the myth that remains.

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4. The Druid Stone Large Print - Helen Magee

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An unforgettably romantic read from 1842: Dear Roddie Why must we hide our love? I love you, not your past... You ask me to trust you, yet you tease poor Charlotte with kind words and knowing glances. You act as though you love her, not me. And I fear Richard loves me too. I cannot tell him my heart is with another. Do not make me wait for ever, I can hold on no more... Kirsty.

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5. The Only One: A Journey of Love and Faith Into the Future - Karen Woods

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6. Take a Chance on Love - Cara Cooper

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7. The Echoing Bells - Lillie Holland

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8. The Orange Mistress - Sara Judge

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9. To Trust a Stranger - Karen Robards

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10. The Best Way to Lose - Janet Dailey

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11. The Gregory's Gabriella - Len Alberstadt

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12. Temptation of a Proper Governess - Cathy Maxwell

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Set in 1803. Governess Isabel Halloran saves Michael Severson from being tricked into a forced marriage and together they clear his name, solve a murder and restore her rightful place in society.

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13. The Past and Other Lies (Large Print 16pt) - Maggie Joel

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A captivating novel about sisters, faded memories and long-hidden secrets spanning three generations. At the height of Britain s General Strike in 1926 a red double-decker bus driven by a volunteer crashes into a low bridge in West London. Almost eighty years later Jennifer Denzel reveals on daytime television that as a teenager she'd found her sister Charlotte hanging by a school tie in their bedroom. But Charlotte can t believe her ears -- it was, she protests, Jennifer who tried to suicide all those years ago. Their grandmother Bertha dreams of a distant time: of a young man she met at a Socialist rally, an unexpected wedding and of a sister, long dead. Meanwhile her daughter, Deirdre, remembers a night during the War forty years earlier, when a V-2 rocket destroyed an entire street, and when she made a shocking discovery. Brimming with vivid detail of London past and present.

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14. The Second Last Woman in England (Large Print 16pt) - Maggie Joel

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'South Kensington, London, 1953. Mrs Harriet Wallis is found guilty of the murder of her husband, Cecil, and becomes the second-last woman in England to be hanged.From this dramatic beginning, the story moves back a year and, detail by detail, the events that culminate in the demise of a wealthy and happy family are revealed. It was one year earlier that the new nanny arrived, a woman who is still recovering from the death of her entire family when a V2 rocket struck their East London home. It was a year ago, too, that the Wallises received a visit from police officers investigating shady dealings at Cecil s shipping firm, casting doubts on Cecil s reputation and traditional code of behaviour.It was a year ago that Harriet s life is first thrown into turmoil by the reappearance of a man she did not expect to ever see again and for whose safety she is gravely concerned. Set in a post-war period when a well-to-do British family s existence both outside and inside the house is ruled by a strict set of conventions, The Second-Last Woman in England explores the depth of emotions that are always there in every family but rarely surface. 23861 Death or Liberty reveals how the British Government of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries banished to the end of the earth Australia political enemies viewed by authorities with the same alarm as today s terrorists : Jacobins, democrats and republicans; machine breakers, food rioters, trade unionists, and Chartists; Irish, Scots, Canadian and even American rebels. While criminals in the eyes of the law, many of these prisoners were heroes and martyrs to their own communities, and are still revered in their homelands as freedom fighters and patriots, progressive thinkers, democrats and reformers. Yet in Australia, the land of their exile, memory of these rebels and their causes has dimmed. This is the first narrative history that brings together the stories of the political prisoners sent as convicts to Australia from all parts of the British Empire, spanning the early days of the penal settlement at Sydney Cove until transportation ended in 1868. Author Tony Moore asks who were these prisoners, and what led them to take the radical actions they did? Why did the authorities so fear these dissenters and rebels, and was transportation effective in halting dissent? What became of the political convicts in Australia and who escaped or returned home? 23862 In Bad Characters military historian Peter Stanley surveys indiscipline in the Australian Imperial Force, on a spectrum ranging from bludging and dumb insolence, though malingering and shirking, to military offences going beyond the force s celebrated larrikinism. He tells of soldiers who committed offences ranging from the endemic going absent to desertion and a small number of serious civil crimes culminating in several murders. The AIF s discipline encompassed serious riots and strikes, ending in the disbandment mutinies of 1918. Its indiscipline did not end in 1919, but continued while the force was repatriated to Australia, and continued in folklore and anecdote into the peace. Little to nothing has been published about the AIF s dark side about how war made men into criminals; how men let themselves and their mates down by going absent or wounding themselves. Little has been told about riots and protests, or of the toll exacted by venereal disease that afflicted so many. In Bad Characters Peter Stanley decides to face the bad. We learn things about the AIF that many may wish they did not know. But we will also understand more about the men of the AIF, the society they came from, and the war that changed or ended the lives of so many.

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15. The Bitch-Proof Suit - De-ann Black

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The Bitch-Proof Suit is a fresh and exciting story with plenty of humor and romance - with all the charm of Dublin and glamor of New York. When Blue (Bluebell) Byrne is up against the odds in the world of New York fashion marketing, she needs the ultimate in accessories - a bitch-proof suit. Her marketing experience has helped her create the perfect suit. She had it made by bespoke tailors, cut with twice the precision at half the price. No labels, no trends, just sheer cutting edge class. The story starts in Manhattan. Blue is about to put her suit to the ultimate test when she vies against a boardroom full of conniving business rivals to win the top job assignment - to work in the company's office in Dublin, Ireland, and settle a few scores at the same time. The suit, her negotiating skills and gutsy determination helps Blue win the job. Within hours she sets off for Dublin. It's the one place she swore she'd never go back to. Six years ago she'd left that city behind, along with Morgan Daire, the man who broke her heart, sure she'd never return. It had almost destroyed her once, but hell...she loves a challenge! She'll be working with the unspeakably glamorous and influential Verde Valmont, and Verde's Irish assistant Emer. Blue will also be facing up to the formidable Dubliner, Morgan Daire, the man whose past is inexorably linked with hers. Then there's her friend, Dublin designer, Murphy, an incorrigible rogue whose flirting causes jealousy and all sorts of trouble. She also encounters the sexy and handsome Sears Pearson, a New York coolhunter, who takes an interest in her. With Morgan and Sears vying for her attention, and Murphy causing misunderstandings, her love life is anything but smooth. This is a sparkling new novel, brimming with romance, humor, friendship, rivalry, Irish cocktails and scandalous behavior. Note: The Bitch-Proof Suit did actually exist. The author, De-ann Black, designed and wore it several years ago when living and working in Dublin, and it served its purpose brilliantly.

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16. The Orphan Gunner (Large Print 16pt) - Sara Knox

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The Orphan Gunner is an unconventional romance set in bomber command in Lincolnshire during the Second World War.

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17. The Orphan Girl - Lindsey Hutchinson

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A gritty tale of triumph over hardship, and justice for the downtrodden. Violet Clancy can take no more of her violent stepfather's attentions, so when he meets a tragic end she feels justice has been done. Looking around the bleak and pitiless Black Country town of Wednesbury, she realises that there are many other wrongs that she could help to put right. Joining a coterie of women who call themselves The Wednesbury Wives, Violet and her friends soon set about winning justice for the abused and trying to make life a little easier for those for whom grinding poverty is every day. But even in the hardest lives, some light must shine, and before long the wives find laughter and romance in their close-knit town. But will their friendships survive when some of their good deeds are brought into doubt, and some of their methods are called into question? And is justice always worth it, no matter what the price?

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18. The Cast - Danielle Steel

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Kait Whittier has built her magazine column into a hugely respected read. But after two marriages, she prefers to avoid the complications and uncertainties of a new love. Then, after a chance meeting with television producer Zack Winter, everything changes. Inspired by the true story of her own grandmother, Kait creates the storyline for a TV series. Within weeks, Kait is plunged into a colourful, star-studded world which will bring her vision to life. As secrets are shared and revelations come to light, friendships deepen. But in the midst of this charmed year, Kait is forced to confront the greatest challenge a mother could ever know.

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19. Timber Creek: A Sierra Falls Novel - Veronica Wolff

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In love and war, something's gotta give . . .

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20. The Best Man - Kristan Higgins

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