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41. Our House - Cathy Woodman

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There's no place like this home... Sadie Keith doesn't have it all, but she's proud of what she's got: two gorgeous children, a career as a magic operative (clown to you and me), and a cleavage that has resisted the forces of age, twin babies and gravity. When she sees a dilapidated house on the market, Sadie decides to do it up and sell it on - if the people on the telly can do it, so can she. All she needs is a builder. Enter Gareth Bryant, with his tight jeans, tanned torso and tools at the ready...

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42. The Swarm Of Heaven - Derek Wilson

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The First Renaissance Mystery - set in the rumbustious Italy of the 15th century. In pursuit of a private vendetta, the young Niccolo Machiavelli leaves his beloved Florence in the grip of the fanatical friar, Savonarola, and travels to Rome only to be lured into the service of the appalling Borgia pope Alexander VI and his power-crazed son Cesare. Niccolo's employment on confidential missions involves probing the death of the Sultan of Turkey's brother, an investigation that puts his own life in danger. The only way to save himself? - to outscheme the schemers.

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43. The Sower Went Forth - Audrey Willsher

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Book IV in the Leicestershire Chronicles - Emily, now with a career, is married to Rory and living in London, but theirs is a tempestuous marriage, with the old attraction between Adam and Emily still simmering in the background. Adam himself is in love with Emily, but has fathered twins with the scheming Hattie in Leicester. When Jed dies, leaving Rachel unable to run her business without Emily's help, the future course of events seems inevitable...

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44. The Velvet Glove - Mary Williams

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Set in the earliest years of the twentieth century, this is the story of two marriages evolving from different social backgrounds. Central to the theme of love and tragedy are Rick Ferris, a business tycoon, and the passionate, rebellious Kate Barrington whom he marries, whilst there is also the inevitable sadness of the union of the elusive waif-like Cassandra and Jon, heir to an aristocratic family.

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45. A Merry Little Christmas - Julia Williams

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With four children, a Christmas cookbook to write, and her mum suffering from dementia, Cat Tinsall has plenty to juggle. When her eldest daughter, Mel, starts going off the rails. Cat has even more on her plate. Pippa Holliday adores her family although she finds her hands full. Balancing her job as a teacher with twins and her stepson Steven isn't easy for Marianne North. With her husband's ex causing trouble, life is getting even trickier. As Cat, Pippa and Marianne help each other through a difficult year, they're all hoping for a much brighter Christmas.

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46. Midsummer Magic - Julia Williams

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Engaged Josie is visiting Cornwall with best friend Diane, fiance Harry and his pal Ant. Josie can't wait to start wedding planning, if only Harry was more interested, and Diane and Ant weren't at war with each other. As the four make amends, they meet Freddie Puck, a well known TV hypnotist and find themselves agreeing to a dare - to stay all night on the hills by the standing stones. Local mythology says a young married couple will find true happiness if they can last a whole night there on Midsummer's Eve. But as night time falls, not everyone seems to have remembered the boundaries of love...

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47. Suicide Intended - David Williams

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Freddy Gibbon was a blackmailer, drug pedlar, thief and bully. An accomplished juvenile crook, he looked forward to a profitable career in the blacker arts while still an eighteen-year-old schoolboy studying for A levels - albeit without the least desire to gain any: but there was a dark reason for that too. So when Freddy's body is discovered in Modlen College, a private sixth-form crammer near Cardiff, there are many who have reason to be relieved. But then suicide is revealed to have been a well-organised murder, and Chief Inspector Merlin Parry and Sergeant Gomer Lloyd are called in to investigate...

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48. The Most Dangerous Game - Mary Wibberley

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It was written on her face...the fatigue and shock she was enduring emphasised the fragile delicacy of her features. Catherine was utterly vulnerable and she roused Devlin's protective instinct. He could no more have hurt her than flown. But to Catherine he was her prison warder and bodyguard - how could he make her see him differently, when she had every right to feel for him as she did?

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49. The Japanese Princess - Charles Whiting

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A Common Smith V.C. Story China, 1927. Communists and Nationalists are fighting each other and bandits and warlords plague the country. Imperial Japan is eager to provoke a war and when Princess Sadie, a member of the Japanese Royal Family, is kidnapped, her life is at stake as her death will be the excuse for Japan to invade. The mission of Common Smith V.C. and the crew of the SWORDFISH is to rescue Princess Sadie before she loses her life. It is a race against time - and if they don't succeed, the terrible consequences could well bring about the start of World War II.

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50. Dolls Don't Choose - Barbara Whitehead

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Detective Chief Inspector Bob Southwell is not best pleased when his rival, Detective Superintendent Hallam, arrives as his new boss. Bob Southwell is already under pressure to solve a wave of attacks on women in York. When the attacks begin to centre on the university, Southwell has the crazy idea that Hallam may somehow be involved. Or is it so crazy...? Meanwhile, at the university, blonde student Angela has become involved with the Women's Group and the first murder acts as a focus for all her insecurity, to the point where she is prepared to put herself in a position of real danger...

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51. Cousins Of A Kind - Shelia Walsh

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After only a few days in England, Miss Theo Radlett is forced to conclude that there is not a single person among her family whom she can trust. Newly-arrived from Philadelphia, she has been disowned by her grandfather, Lord Radlett, then threatened by her dandified cousin Beau. Now rakish Benedict, a distant relative with a scandalous past and mysterious present, seems determined to use her as a means of gaining the Radlett fortune. Theo vows not to become his puppet - but how can she stop herself, when she is already in love with him?

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52. Brian Turner's Favourite British Recipes - Brian Turner

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Classic dishes from Yorkshire Pudding to Spotted Dick... Classic and quirky chef Brian Turner is a household name throughout Britain, thanks to his regular television appearances. Here he brings you the best of British cooking in a collection of over 120 recipes. The recipes are spiced with fascinating insights into the history of some of our favourite dishes, and anecdotes of Brian Turner's experiences in cooking, from his dad's cafe to the Savoy!

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53. Adam Loveday - Kate Tremayne

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Fate denied Adam Loveday his birthright: the family estate, Trevowen, and the boatyard. The intense childhood rivalry between Adam and his elder twin St John continues into adulthood. St John has become a lazy, dissolute wastrel, but Adam has fierce family pride in Trevowen and the yard. Meriel Sawle has always been attracted to Adam and he is determined to have her. Aware of his father's increasing disapproval, St John fears that Adam will be given the Loveday yard. Consumed with hatred, he puts in motion a plan to ensure that Adam will never get what his heart desires: the boatyard - and Meriel...

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54. Donald Campbell: The Man Behind The Mask - David Tremayne

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Foreward by Gina Campbell, QSO Generations are familiar with the haunting black and white television footage of Donald Campbell somersaulting to his death in his famous Bluebird boat on Coniston Water in January 1967. Donald Campbell was born to speed. Outgoing and flamboyant, some saw him as a playboy adventurer; others as a reckless daredevil with a death wish. The son of Sir Malcolm Campbell, he continually sought to prove himself to his illustrious father, in whose shadow he felt forever trapped. Here is a fascinating portrait of a complex and superstitious man, determined to keep Britain at the forefront of international speed endeavour.

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55. A Death To Record - Rebecca Tope

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When the body of herdsman Sean O'Farrell is discovered in one of the farm buildings, Detective Sergeant Den Cooper is more than happy to cast the farmer in the role of chief suspect. For Gordon Hillcock is currently dating Den's ex-girlfriend and was actually the reason for Lilah breaking up with Den shortly before their wedding. There was no love lost between Gordon and Sean and reason enough to suspect the farmer. Only Den has reckoned without Lilah's determination to protect her new lover. How far will she go to ensure than Den looks elsewhere for Sean's killer?

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56. The Sting Of Death - Rebecca Tope

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When Karen Slocombe's cousin Penn pays her a visit, she is looking for help with the disappearance of Justine, another cousin. Drew Slocombe's reputation for unravelling mysteries is widespread and Penn hopes he and Karen can be of assistance, as Justine's mother Roma, an avid beekeeper, seems unconcerned at her daughter's disappearance. Drew and his business partner Maggs have little enthusiasm for the investigation until they encounter Detective Sergeant Den Cooper, when feelings become considerably stronger. The realisation that a small child is missing escalates the sense of urgency for all concerned.

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57. Sing No Sad Songs - Christian Thompson

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Chris O'Brien is a happy man. The wise-cracking private-eye is looking forward to a quiet few months, but a trip to London to visit his girlfriend Debra gets him involved in a hunt to find a gang of neo-nazi thugs. Back in Bradford a chance meeting with an old friend is followed by her suicide, and whilst trying to deal with his guilt O'Brien tracks down a psychotherapist whose job it is to heal, and is horrified by what he uncovers. As things escalate O'Brien and Debra assemble a multi-ethnic band of brothers to meet adversity. Adversity is about to get its ass kicked...

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58. September Morning - Rowena Summers

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Volume seven in the Cornish Clay series It is 1936 and on leaving finishing school Celia and Wenna Pengelly go their separate ways - Celia to New Jersey and Wenna to London. But Cornwall is still their haven, and home to the family business Killigrew Clay. It is here that their younger brother Oliver is realising his own dreams, though there is a possibility they may have to merge with another company to survive. As the world gets ready for war the family struggles to keep pace with change, their stability threatened by uncontrollable outside forces.

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59. The House In South Road - Joyce Storey, Pat Thorne

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The ordinary story of an extraordinary working-class woman's life. Joyce Storey's autobiography begins with her pre-war life in Bristol, in an era of corset and chocolate factories, of 'service' and glamorous silent movies. With a brilliant eye for the comic in the tragic, Joyce unfolds her early experiences, leading to marriage and motherhood. During the war, like countless other women with an RAF husband rarely on leave, she fights on the home front: air raids, in-laws, machine work and poverty. Later, Joyce enjoys the luxury of a prefab house, first holidays, the growing independence of her four children, whilst coping with marriage breakdown and her husband's final illness.

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60. Postcards From A Stranger - Sally Stewart

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Returning home to Little Fairford, Oliver Hatton finds village life reassuringly unchanged - except for the transformation of Jane Kingsley, once a gauche, unhappy teenager. Her uncle's priceless collection of ancient scientific instruments attracts study from a visiting researcher, Jules Legrand, but after a burglary and the death of Jane's uncle, Oliver distrusts both Jane and Jules, particularly when the instruments left behind are found to be fakes. Torn between old and new loyalties, Jane goes in search of the missing collection, with Oliver at her heels, following clues that lead her across France to danger and despair...

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