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61. Meadow Lane - Maureen Reynolds

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The long-awaited new novel from the author of the bestselling Voices in the Street and The Sunday Girls trilogy

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62. Meet me at the Pier Head - Ruth Hamilton

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Comfortably settled into his expatriate life in post war Britain, headmaster Theodore's secrets are set to remain deeply buried. Until she breezes in. Tia Bellamy cuts through his reserve and, for the first time in years, Theo finds himself able to confront his past and reveal the events carved onto his heart and seared into his soul. Together they form a strong bond, closely befriending Maggie Stone and her granddaughter, little Rosie. However, Theo and Tia soon realize that Rosie is the victim of an abusive mother. It isn't long before they decide to take drastic action, and all three lives are changed forever...

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63. Midnight on Lime Street - Ruth Hamilton

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What possible connections might exist between an old shoe-seller, some ladies of the night, two nuns, a philanthropist, a serial killer, Liverpool Lime Street and a mansion in Southport? The answer lies in love, friendship and the determination to endure all the way to the winning post. Eve, owner and madam at Meadowbank Farm, is keen to secure a deal that keeps her in pocket and her clients happy. Meanwhile, a deranged killer walks the Dock Road. 'Inspired' by a vision, he seeks to clean up Liverpool. When he finds Eve's farm, he plans to cast his net on what promises to be a great catch.

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64. Monday's Child - Linda Finlay

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'Warm and atmospheric, you can practically taste the sea breeze' The Express

'Take time out for a page-turner about family mysteries and betrayal' Take-a-Break

A compelling saga . . . with a surprising and emotional ending which weaves together the storylines in a most satisfying way. Strongly recommended and a great read on a Cornish holiday' cjbrownecrimewriter.com

'A captivating and emotional novel about a strong woman struggling to find her own way in the world when others wish to see her fail' Winstone Books

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65. More Hopes and Dreams - Dee Williams

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1950. After her marriage went badly wrong, Dolly Taylor returned to Rotherhithe from America. She is now helping her best friend, Penny, to walk again after she contracted polio. Not able to have children of her own, Dolly envies Penny for having a beautiful baby daughter, Gail. Penny's husband, Reg, has set up his own business as a builder, and offers Dolly a job in the office. Tony, who was engaged to Dolly before the war, also works for Reg, and is still pursuing his childhood sweetheart. Although Dolly lives in close-knit Wood Street, with friends and family around her, will she ever find happiness there?

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66. Moving On - Millie Gray

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May 1945. In post-war Leith, the Anderson family must come to terms with the reality of peacetime Britain. Johnny's hopes of a life in politics finally come true, but will his vows to remain a dutiful husband and father be kept? Peacetime is not easy for Johnny's Polish brother-in-law Hans, either. Meanwhile nurse Kitty - Johnny's daughter from his first marriage - gets caught up in a sensational trial when her friend Laura's brother is accused of murder. Kitty is fascinated by the seemingly cold but eloquent prosecuting counsel - and he is bewitched by her. When they meet again four years later, will his behaviour be a barrier to a future relationship?

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67. Nearly Always - Ken McCoy

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Lucy Bailey is not a girl to take no for an answer. When she asks her friend Billy to help her rescue a stray dog, she has no idea of the potential repercussions. A serious crime is committed while Billy is absent from the children's home where he lives and, when suspicion falls on him, the police decide to lock him away in a mental institution. Lucy refuses to believe Billy has done anything wrong, and enlists her teenage brother Arnold to help. It looks as though Billy's freedom will soon be won - before Arnold too falls foul of the law...

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68. Nightingales at War - Donna Douglas

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The Nightingale nurses are doing their bit for king and country... Dora is the devoted mother of twin babies but, determined to help the war effort, she goes back to work at the Nightingale Hospital. More used to nights out in the West End, Jennifer and Cissy volunteer in the hope of tending to handsome soldiers. For shy and troubled Eve, the hospital provides an escape from the pressures of home. But as the war takes its toll, will the Nightingale Hospital survive the Blitz?

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69. Nightingales Under The Mistletoe - Donna Douglas

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Christmas 1941: the nurses at the Nightingale Hospital are facing their toughest winter yet. Every news bulletin announces more losses and the British people are weary and demoralised. Millie is recently widowed and dealing with the demands of her family's estate. It's not long before her old world of The Nightingale begins to beckon, along with a long-lost love... Jess would prefer to be nursing on the front line but is instead sent to the countryside. Effie finds herself exiled to a small village, but she soon finds excitement in the shape of a smooth-talking GI. But there is heartache in the countryside too...

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70. Nobody's Girl - Tania Crosse

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The boom years immediately after the Great War bring nothing but happiness for wealthy industrialist Wigmore Stratfield-Whyte and his wife Clarissa, until tragedy robs them of their greatest treasure. Many years later, a horrific fatal accident brings young Meg Chandler, a spirited farmer's daughter, into their lives. Meg wants nothing to do with them, but Clarissa is drawn irresistibly towards the bereaved girl and will move heaven and earth to help her. Will Meg allow Clarissa into her own shattered life, and can the two share a future happiness together? And will Meg's new acquaintances bring her the contentment she craves or seek to destroy her?

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71. On a Wing and a Prayer - Ruby Jackson

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Rose Petrie is desperate to do something for the war effort and she is doing her best down at the munitions factory, but she is dealt a blow when her childhood sweetheart, Stan, tells her he doesn't feel the same way about her. Determined to get away and make a new start, Rose decides to put her mechanical skills to good use and signs up for the Women's Auxiliary Service. But Rose discovers that delivering fruit and veg in her father's greengrocer's van is very different to driving trucks for the army in a country under siege.

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72. One Man's Empire - Geoffrey Bird

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73. One Week in August - Margaret Thornton

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August, 1955. Janice Butler is working as a waitress at her mother's Blackpool boarding house before she heads off to university. When Val and Cissie, both from Walker's woollen mill in Halifax, come to stay for a week, the three young women form an instant friendship. They attend a local dance at the Winter Gardens, which changes all their lives, both for better and for worse. Romance beckons for all three girls but can a holiday fling ever lead to something deeper? As autumn approaches, the three friends discover that life doesn't always turn out as one would expect and the course of true love never did run smooth...

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74. Palace Circle - Rebecca Dean

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75. Paris: The Novel - Edward Rutherfurd

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76. Pengelly's Daughter - Nicola Pryce

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Cornwall: 1793. Rose Pengelly's father has been ruined - he has lost his boatyard and his fortune, plunging Rose and her mother into poverty and debt. There appears to be only one way out of their terrible circumstances; for Rose to marry Mr Tregellas, a powerful timber merchant and the man Rose believes is responsible for her father's downfall. Desperate, Rose sets out to find evidence of Mr Tregellas's wrongdoing. In her search, she encounters a mysterious young sailor called Jim, who won't disclose his identity. He may help her restore her fortune and her good name, but does he ever tell her the truth?

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77. Penhaligon's Attic - Terri Nixon

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1910. Anna Garvey arrives in Cornwall with her daughter and a secret. Having come from Ireland to take up an inheritance of the local pub, she and her eighteen year-old daughter Mairead are initially viewed with suspicion by the close-knit community. They make friends with Freya Penhaligon, a vulnerable girl struggling to keep her family business afloat, and start to gain the trust of the locals. But when a part of Anna's past she'd long tried to escape turns up in the town, she is forced to confront the life she left behind - for her sake and her daughter's too.

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78. Princes and Peasants - Catrin Collier

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The Tsar's Dragons series follows the epic tale of nineteenth-century industrialist John Hughes, who founded a city on the Russian Steppe. For people like Hughes' right-hand man, Glyn Edwards, who has found love in a new country, and Anna Parry, a Welsh orphan who has found fulfilment working in Hughesovka's hospital, the city is a chance to build a new life, but fresh arrivals from their hometown threaten the peace and stability of that new existence. Meanwhile, for ambitious Russians like Alexei Beletsky, the city offers a chance to change their homeland for the better.

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79. Ragged Rose - Dilly Court

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Rose is keeping a dreadful secret. Too scared to ask her strict father for help, it's down to her to keep her brother from the hangman's noose - whatever it takes. Her innocent sister Cora is on a different road to ruin, bewitched by a handsome cad whose intentions are anything but gallant. When Rose's father discovers that his children have disgraced his name, he turns them onto the street. Penniless, homeless and with the noose tightening, Rose must rescue her brother and keep her sister from the streets, even if it means putting herself in the most terrible danger...

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80. Raven's Gold - Ann Cliff

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Jane Ashby's pleasant life in the city comes to an abrupt end when her father and brother decide to take up gold prospecting and she is forced to relocate with them to a small, remote gold field.

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