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41. To Die But Once - Jacqueline Winspear

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Spring 1940. With Britons facing what has become known as the Bore War – nothing much seems to have happened yet – Maisie Dobbs is asked to investigate the disappearance of a local lad, a young apprentice craftsman working on a “hush-hush” government contract. As Maisie’s inquiry reveals a possible link to the London underworld, so the country is bracing for a possible enemy invasion amid news of the British expeditionary force stranded along the French coast. And another mother is worried about a missing son - but this time the boy in question is one beloved by Maisie.

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42. To the Stars - L Ron Hubbard

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43. We Are Not Ourselves - Matthew Thomas

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The product of a stormy upbringing in an Irish Catholic enclave of New York City, Eileen craves stability. Coming of age in the early sixties, she meets and marries a young scientist named Edmund Leary. But while Eileen wants more for her family, Ed won't give up teaching for a better-paid job. Inadvertently Eileen starts to climb her own career ladder in nursing. She pushes Ed into finding a new home, but it becomes clear that his resistance is part of a deeply troubling psychological shift.

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44. When We Danced At The End Of The Pier - Sandy Taylor

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Brighton, 1930: Maureen O’Connell is a carefree girl, but war is looming and life will never be the same again. Jack and Nelson have always been dear friends to Maureen. Despite their different backgrounds, they’ve seen each other through thick and thin. The candle Maureen’s always held for Jack burns bright, but just as she’s found love, war wrenches them apart. With Jack no longer by her side and Nelson at war, can Maureen look to a brighter future?

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45. A Place to Call Home - Tana Crosse

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Thrown together by tragic circumstances some years previously, Meg and Clarrie's hard-won friendship eventually brought them both some sense of peace. But how deep do their feelings run, and how long can their happiness last? The outbreak of war brings a new set of concerns and emotions, especially with the arrival of the evacuees who come to share their home and lives. Can they unite to form a bond powerful enough to sustain them through the darkest days of war? And what will happen when an enemy from Meg's past comes back to haunt her?

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46. Angels at the Table: A Shirley, Goodness and Mercy Christmas Sto - Debbie Macomber

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47. Bourbon Creams and Tattered Dreams - Mary Gibson

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Handsome Frank Rossi took Matty Gilbie away from her working class roots in East London and promised her fame and fortune. As his wife, she would be half of a power couple, adored by all. But the Wall Street Crash of 1929 puts paid to all that, and as Frank becomes more violent, Matty flees in the dead of night. Once home in Bermondsey, she goes into hiding and starts looking for work. But only Peak Freans, the hated biscuit factory, is hiring staff. Then, as a secret from her past comes back to haunt her, Matty learns that Frank is on the move, determined to find her and get her back.

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48. Christmas for the Halfpenny Orphans - Cathy Sharp

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Twins, Sarah and Samantha are all alone in the world. When their mother died giving birth to Sarah, she was blamed for the death by her father and her learning difficulties serve only to make him more violent towards her. Now he's abandoned them both at St Savious's Children's Home in London's East End. It seems they're doomed to be separated; no one wants to take Sarah on, but life apart will break their hearts. Angela Morton's now in sole charge. But with Christmas approaching, and more than one orphan in desperate need, St Saviour's is crying out for a miracle...

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49. Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe - Fannie Flagg

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This classic and folksy novel takes readers back to the thirties, where a friendship blooms between two girls who run a homey, little cafe in Alabama. A story of food, love, laughter, and even murder unfolds as an elderly woman relates her life story to a middle-aged friend.

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50. Hannibal Fogg and the Supreme Secret of Man - Tahir Shah

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Through a life cloaked in mystery, Edwardian polymath Hannibal G. Fogg pushed the boundaries of exploration, science and code-breaking – producing feats of unrivalled cerebral dexterity. Hailing from a landed family, Fogg was a confidant to world leaders, a soldier, swordsman, prolific author, inventor, collector, and quite probably the most extraordinary man ever to have lived.

But, while such genius won him accolades and fame, it also fanned the flames of envy. Unable to take Fogg’s triumphs any longer, the British establishment sought to have him discredited. His life work was publically destroyed in what was to become known as the ‘Great Foggian Purge’. Banished from England, he lived out his days in secrecy – before disappearing on an expedition to Manchuria in the winter of 1939.

Almost eight decades passed.

Then, one morning William Fogg receives a letter from a legal firm in London, claiming he’s the sole inheritor to his great-great-grandfather’s Estate. Knowing almost nothing of his forebear, he takes possession of the single object left in the bequest – a large rusty iron key… the key to a door in Marrakesh.

And there begins the treasure trail of mystery, danger and uproar, as William pieces together the clues left for him by Hannibal Fogg. Zigzagging through five continents, the quest reveals how Alexander the Great was never beaten in battle. By completing the life work of Hannibal, William Fogg strives to lift the veil on the Supreme Secret of Man.

First in a series of ground-breaking adventure novels from master storyteller, Tahir Shah, Hannibal Fogg and the Supreme Secret of Man is unlike anything published in recent times. Ten years in the making, it’s as worldly and wise as the indefatigable Hannibal Fogg.

By the celebrated author of The Caliph’s House, a TIME Top Ten Book of the Year.

 

 

 

 

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51. Heart of Gold - Fiona Palmer

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Catherine-Jean Wishart - or CJ as she prefers - is a hardworking young country girl with a heart of gold but a tough and challenging life. She works long, strenuous days in the male-dominated world of the shearing sheds, but at home things are even harder. Her father has never recovered from a farming accident years earlier and his violence is tearing the family apart.

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52. In Love and War - Liz Trenow

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The First World War is over. The war-torn area of Flanders near Ypres is no longer home to troops, but groups of tourists. At the Hotel de la Paix in the small village of Hoppestadt, three women arrive, searching for traces of the men they have loved and lost. Ruby is just twenty-one, a shy Englishwoman looking for the grave of her husband. Alice is only a little older but brimming with confidence; she has travelled all the way from America, convinced her brother is in fact still alive. Then there’s Martha, and her son Otto, who are not all they seem to be…

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53. Rose Harbor in Bloom - Debbie Macomber

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54. The American Girl - Rachael English

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Boston 1968. Rose Moroney is seventeen, smart, spirited - and pregnant. She wants to marry her boyfriend. Her ambitious parents have other plans. She is sent to Ireland, their birthplace, to deliver her daughter in a Mother and Baby home - and part with her against her will. Dublin 2013. Martha Sheeran's life has come undone. Under pressure from her teenage daughter, she starts looking for the woman who gave her up for adoption more than forty years before. As her search leads her to the heart of long-buried family secrets, old flame Paudie Carmody - now a well-known broadcaster - re-enters the fra

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55. The Angels of Lovely Lane - Nadine Dorries

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It is 1953 and five very different girls are arriving to start their training at St Angelus Hospital. Dana has escaped from her family farm whilst Victoria is running away from a debt-ridden aristocratic background. Beth is an army brat and throws her lot in with bitchy Celia Forsyth. And Pammy has come from the wrong side of the tracks in Liverpool. Everyone has their place at St Angelus, and woe betides anyone who strays from it... But when an unknown girl is admitted after a botched abortion, a tragedy begins to unfold which will rock the world of St Angelus to its foundations.

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56. The Ballymara Road - Nadine Dorries

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Christmas morning, 1963: fifteen-year-old Kitty Doherty gives birth in a hostile Irish convent. Kitty knows her baby presents a huge danger to her family's Catholic community back in Liverpool's Four Streets. When her baby is adopted by a wealthy family, Kitty considers the problem solved. But soon it's obvious the baby is very sick and only his birth mother can save him. In Liverpool, things have begun to settle down. The Doherty's are coping with the tragic consequences of Kitty's pregnancy. But now all that is about to be put at risk once again.

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57. The Duchess - Danielle Steel

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The incomparable Danielle Steel breaks new ground as she takes us to nineteenth-century England, where a high-born young woman is forced out into the world--and begins a journey of survival, sensuality, and long-sought justice.

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58. The Girl With No Name - Diney Costeloe

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Thirteen-year-old Lisa escapes from Nazi Germany on the Kindertransport and arrives in England in August 1939. She can't speak a word of English and among her meagre belongings is one precious photograph of her family. But when the Blitz blows her new home apart she wakes up in hospital with no memory of who she is. The authorities give her a new name and despatch her to a children's home. With the war in full swing, what will become of Lisa now?

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59. The Orphans of Halfpenny Street - Cathy Sharp

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It's 1948 and London's East End is still a bombed-out landscape. Sister Beatrice, who runs the St Saviour's Children's Home, knows that life is still a precarious existence for many who appear at their door looking for a safe haven. One such arrival is Mary Ellen whose mother is gravely ill. The one silver lining is her best friend, the tearaway Billy Baggins, also a resident of the home, but Billy seems intent on falling foul of Sister Beatrice's strict regime. When an unwelcome face from Billy's past arrives on the scene, things are brought to a head. Can Billy be kept on the straight and narrow – or is it too late?

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60. The Summer Guest - Emma Hannigan

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Lexi and her husband Sam have put their heart and soul into renovating No. 3 Cashel Square. And then, just as summer arrives, a mysterious stranger knocks on the door. Kathleen Williams has come from America, longing to see the house in Cashel Square where she was born, over sixty years ago.

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