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The bride of Almond Tree by Robert Hillman

The bride of Almond Tree

Robert Hillman

eAudiobook

From the author of the bestselling The Bookshop of the Broken Hearted. World War II is over and Hiroshima lies in a heap of poisoned rubble when young Quaker Wesley Cunningham returns home to Almond Tree. He served as a stretcher-bearer; he's seen his...

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Along the endless river by Rose Alexander

Along the endless river

Rose Alexander

eAudiobook

In the heart of the rainforest, Katharine will fight for her life and for love.. 1890: When Katharine and her husband, Anselmo, set sail to Brazil to reap the spoils of the rubber boom, it seems as if they cannot fail. But when Anselmo dies suddenly on...

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The tsarina's daughter by Ellen Alpsten

The tsarina's daughter

Ellen Alpsten

Audio CD

"When they took everything from her, they didn't count on her fighting to get it back. Born into the House of Romanov to the all-powerful Peter the Great and Catherine I, beautiful Tsarevna Elizabeth is the world's loveliest Princess and the envy of ...

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The shut away sisters  by Suzanne Goldring

The shut away sisters

Suzanne Goldring

Book

"Two ordinary sisters. A long and brutal war. A heroic sacrifice... London, 1915. As German bombs rain down on the East End of London and hungry children queue for rations in the blistering cold, fifteen-year-old Florrie is forced to grow up fast. With...

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Thirst  by Amélie Nothomb

Thirst

Amélie Nothomb

Book

"In her twenty-eighth novel in as many years, best-selling Belgian novelist and international literary superstar Amélie Nothomb takes on a story for the ages: the life of Jesus. In a first-person voice as entertaining and irreverent as it is wise, No...

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Victoria's war  by Catherine A. Hamilton

Victoria's war

Catherine A. Hamilton

Book

"Victoria's War is a work of historical fiction about 19-year-old Victoria Darski, a Polish Catholic woman sold into slavery during the Nazi occupation of Europe, and Etta Tod, the 20-year-old deaf daughter of a German baker who buys Victoria. Poland,...

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Three words for goodbye  by Hazel Gaynor

Three words for goodbye

Hazel Gaynor

Book

"New York, 1937: When estranged sisters Clara and Madeleine Sommers learn their grandmother is dying, they agree to fulfill her last wish: to travel across Europe - together. They are to deliver three letters, in which Violet will say goodbye to those...

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While Paris slept  by Ruth Druart

While Paris slept

Ruth Druart

Book

"Santa Cruz 1953. Jean-Luc thought he had left it all behind. The scar on his face a small price to pay for surviving the horrors of Nazi occupation. Now, he has a new life in California, a family. He never expected the past to come knocking on his d...

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Love and Fury by Samantha Silva

Love and Fury

Samantha Silva

eBook

"Midwife Parthenia Blenkinsop has delivered countless babies over the course of her career, and when she arrives at Mary Wollstonecraft's door, everything appears normal. But after the baby girl is delivered, the women will spend the next harrowing d...

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A knight and a spy, 1411  by Simon Fairfax

A knight and a spy, 1411

Simon Fairfax

Book

"In the midst of the Hundred Years War, with Henry IV threatened by revolts in the north and the precious English wool trade imperiled by pirates in the English Channel, Sir Jamie de Grispere, newly appointed Royal Household Knight, is secretly tasked...

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A knight and a spy, 1410  by Simon Fairfax

A knight and a spy, 1410

Simon Fairfax

Book

"January 1410, and King Henry IV is brought down by an unknown illness. Despite his ten year reign, the kingdom is far from secure. He is at odds with his son Prince Hal, who is demanding a new Royal Council; Owen ap Glyndower threatens his Welsh border...

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The chartreuse dress  by Kay (Author of The chartreuse dress) Mills

The chartreuse dress

Kay (Author of The chartreuse dress)...

Book

"Set in the years before and during the first World War, it tells of two young women struggling against the confines of their era and the expectations of their respective families. A story of compassion forgiveness and the enduring power of...

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An orphan's secret  by Maggie Hope

An orphan's secret

Maggie Hope

Book

"Life is a long, tough struggle for Meg Maddison. Growing up caring for her brothers after the death of their mother, it is only her indomitable spirit that gets her through the hard times. And when she marries and starts a family of her own, it seems...

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The boy who saw in colours  by Lauren Robinson

The boy who saw in colours

Lauren Robinson

Book

"Follow Josef, a young boy whose family fall victim to the 'moustached man.' As his family collapses and he and his brother are taken to an elite Nazi school, Josef learns to express his feelings the only way he knows how - painting. He soon realises...

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Tooth of the covenant  by Norman Lock

Tooth of the covenant

Norman Lock

Book

"Nathaniel Hawthorne sends his fictional self--Isaac Page--to 1692 to save the condemned and the family name tarnished by John Hathorne's merciless judgments on the Salem witches. In a final terrifying confrontation with his pitiless ancestor, Isaac ...

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Between the wild branches  by Connilyn Cossette

Between the wild branches

Connilyn Cossette

Book

"Ten years ago Lukio fled Kiryat-Yearim, where he'd been adopted by the Levite family who guarded the Ark of the Covenant. Feeling betrayed by everyone, he returned to his birthplace in Philistia to become a famous fighter. Now the champion of Ashdod,...

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The women's march  by Jennifer Chiaverini

The women's march

Jennifer Chiaverini

Book

Inspired by actual events, this novel offers a fascinating account of a crucial but little-remembered moment in American history that follows three courageous women who bravely risked their lives and liberty in the fight to win the vote.

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The tsarina's daughter by Ellen Alpsten

The tsarina's daughter

Ellen Alpsten

eBook

Born into the House of Romanov to the all-powerful Peter the Great and Catherine I, beautiful Tsarevna Elizabeth is the envy of the Russian empire. Insulated by luxury and free from the burden of statecraft with her younger brother in line to take the...

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The good wife of Bath by Karen (Australian author) Brooks

The good wife of Bath

Karen (Australian author) Brooks

eBook

"In the middle ages, a poet told a story that mocked a strong woman. It became a literary classic. But what if the woman in question had a chance to tell her own version? Who would you believe? England, The Year of Our Lord, 1364. When married off aged...

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Last Voyage of the Valentina by Santa Montefiore

Last Voyage of the Valentina

Santa Montefiore

eAudiobook

She hardly knew her Italian mother and her English father acts as if Valentina never existed. She despises country life almost as much as she despises her stepmother and stepsisters. On board the houseboat named after her dead mother, Alba's life is ...

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The last daughter by Nicola Cornick

The last daughter

Nicola Cornick

eAudiobook

Ever since her sister disappeared eleven years ago, Serena Warren has been running from a ghost, haunted by what she can't remember about that night. When Caitlin's body is discovered, Serena returns to her grandfather's house, nestled beside the ruins...

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The eighth wonder by Tania Farrelly

The eighth wonder

Tania Farrelly

eAudiobook

New York, 1897. The richest city in the world. Beautiful, young and privileged, Rose Kingsbury Smith is expected to play by the strict rules of social etiquette, to forfeit all career aspirations and to marry a man of good means. But she has a quietl...

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A Christmas to remember  by Anton Du Beke

A Christmas to remember

Anton Du Beke

Book

"Return to the Buckingham Hotel in Anton Du Beke's sparkling new novel . . . London, 1938. As the threat of war looms ever closer, the Buckingham Hotel's difficulties grow. Still reeling from the events of last year, and with guests decreasing as for...

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Searchers in winter  by Owen Pataki

Searchers in winter

Owen Pataki

Book

"The year is 1806, and a new French Empire is rising from the shadow of the Reign of Terror. The citizens who shouted "Death to the Kings" now chant "Vive l'Empereur!" for Napoleon, who is seeking to consolidate his power. While the peace and prosperity...

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The last correspondent  by Soraya Lane

The last correspondent

Soraya Lane

Book

When journalist Ella Franks is unmasked as a woman writing under a male pseudonym, she loses her job. But having risked everything to write, she refuses to be silenced and leaps at the chance to become a correspondent in war-torn France. Already entrenched...

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Civilisations by Laurent Binet

Civilisations

Laurent Binet

eBook

"Civilisations is the world as we don't know it - set at different points in history it links stories about characters in different places and times, all hungry to explore and to acquire power. Freydis is a woman warrior and leader of a band of Vikin...

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Names of the Women by Jeet Thayil

Names of the Women

Jeet Thayil

eBook

"From the Booker-shortlisted author of Narcopolis, in prose of extraordinary power, a novel about the women whose roles were suppressed, reduced or erased in the Gospels. Names of the Women begins with Christ on the cross addressing Mary of Magdala, asking...

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Love and fury by Samantha Silva

Love and fury

Samantha Silva

eAudiobook

August, 1797. When Mary Wollstonecraft's labour begins everything appears normal, and she anticipates being back at her usual occupations before too long. However, after her baby girl, her second daughter, is delivered, both mother and child will fight...

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Palace of the drowned by Christine (Christine Rose) Mangan

Palace of the drowned

Christine (Christine Rose) Mangan

eAudiobook

Sequestered within an aging palazzo, Frankie Croy finds comfort in the emptiness of Venice in winter. Desperate to rediscover the success of her first novel, she attempts to ignore the growing fear that the end of her career is imminent. And then Gil...

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The miller's daughter by Elizabeth Gill

The miller's daughter

Elizabeth Gill

eAudiobook

When Mary's father, the miller, runs away with another woman and her mother dies soon after, Mary and her siblings are sent to the Foundling School for Girls to start a new life. The miller tracks them down and brings them to be a part of his new family....

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The market stall girl by AnneMarie Brear

The market stall girl

AnneMarie Brear

eAudiobook

Yorkshire, 1913. Beth Beaumont enjoys her life as a rhubarb farmer's daughter. Although not thinking of marriage, when Beth meets village miner Noah Jackson, she is suddenly very aware that Noah is a man who could change her mind. But a disaster at the...

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Girl with secrets by Carol Rivers

Girl with secrets

Carol Rivers

eAudiobook

East London, 1938. Nine-year-old Daisy Purbright is a country girl at heart and together with beloved brother Bobby, they've enjoyed the endless freedoms of rural England. But when her father gambles the family's fortunes on a speculative investment ...

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Act of love by Iris Gower

Act of love

Iris Gower

eAudiobook

When Ella Burton takes a job as a lowly cleaner at the glamorous Palace theatre in Swansea, she is surprised by how quickly she takes to the job - it's as if she was born for a life in the theatre. Unlike Kathleen, who wants her name in lights, backstage...

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Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel

Wolf Hall

Hilary Mantel

eBook

"Lock Cromwell in a deep dungeon in the morning, ' says Thomas More, 'and when you come back that night he'll be sitting on a plush cushion eating larks' tongues, and all the gaolers will owe him money.' England, the 1520s. Henry VIII is on the throne,...

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Secrets my father kept  by Rachel Givney

Secrets my father kept

Rachel Givney

Book

"It's April 1939. As the Führer edges towards an invasion of Poland, total war looms in Europe. However in Krakow, seventeen-year-old Marie Karska's primary concern is the unexplained disappearance of her mother fifteen years ago, and her father Domi...

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Stella  by Takis Würger

Stella

Takis Würger

Book

"In 1942, Friedrich, an even-keeled but unworldly young man, arrives in Berlin from bucolic Switzerland with dreams of becoming an artist. At a life drawing class, he is hypnotized by the beautiful model, Kristin, who soon becomes his energetic yet e...

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Wartime blues for the Harpers girls by Rosie Clarke

Wartime blues for the Harpers girls

Rosie Clarke

eBook

"ONDON 1917 As the Americans enter the War, there is renewed energy in the war effort. With husbands and sons fighting for freedom, the women of Harpers are left to tackle the day-to-day affairs at home and work. With Ben Harper away, Sally fears she...

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Mrs England by Stacey Halls

Mrs England

Stacey Halls

eBook

"West Yorkshire, 1904. When newly graduated nurse Ruby May takes a position looking after the children of Charles and Lilian England, a wealthy couple from a powerful dynasty of mill owners, she hopes it will be the fresh start she needs. But as she adapts...

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The girl from the Channel Islands by Jenny Lecoat

The girl from the Channel Islands

Jenny Lecoat

eBook

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER - inspired by the true story of a young Jewish girl - Hedy Bercu - who fled to Jersey from Vienna only to find herself trapped on the island during the German occupation.

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Sea of spies by Alex Gerlis

Sea of spies

Alex Gerlis

eAudiobook

A nest of espionage. A break for the border. A race to survive. An astounding WWII espionage thriller from a modern master of the genre, Sea of Spies is a triumph, perfect for fans of Alan Furst, John le Carré and Robert Harris. The Allies are desperate...

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Cathedral by Ben Hopkins

Cathedral

Ben Hopkins

eAudiobook

A sweeping story about obsession, mysticism, art, and earthly desire. At the centre of this story, is the Cathedral. Its design and construction in the 13th and 14th centuries in the fictional town of Hagenburg unites a vast array of unforgettable ch...

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The girl with the silver clasp by Juliet Greenwood

The girl with the silver clasp

Juliet Greenwood

Audio CD

St. Ives, 1916. Jess Morgan always hoped to become a celebrated silversmith, but when the men return from war she's forced to return to her job as a seamstress. All she can cling to is the memory of that delicate, unique silver clasp she created for a...

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The post office girls by Poppy Cooper

The post office girls

Poppy Cooper

Large Print

1915. Beth Healey hopes that she will be able to forget the ghastly war and celebrate her 18th birthday, but her twin brother Ned announces that he has signed up to fight. Beth applies to join the Army Post Office's new Home Depot. She soon makes friends...

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The air raid girls by Jenny Holmes

The air raid girls

Jenny Holmes

Large Print

May 1941. Three young women join the war effort during the Yorkshire Blitz. Connie, an ARP warden, persuades her sister Lizzie to become an ambulance driver. Their friend Pamela is also keen to do her bit. As the women face a baptism of fire: the shock...

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Her heart's choice by Rosie Meddon

Her heart's choice

Rosie Meddon

Large Print

Lou Channer wants a life outside of North Devon, which she's never left. She yearns to contribute to the war effort and takes a job as a clerk in the Canadian Navy depot in Plymouth, lodging with other girls from the depot who take her under their wing....

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The Foyles bookshop girls by Elaine Roberts

The Foyles bookshop girls

Elaine Roberts

Large Print

London, 1914. One ordinary day, three girls arrive for work at London's renowned Foyles bookshop. And when war with Germany is declared, their lives will never be the same again... Alice has always been the 'sensible' one in her family - especially i...

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The steel girls by Michelle Rawlins

The steel girls

Michelle Rawlins

Large Print

Sheffield, 1939. With war declared, brave women step up and do their bit for their country. Housewife Nancy never dreamed that she'd end up in the Vickers steelworks factory, but when husband Bert is called up to serve, she needs to put food on the table...

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Victory for the Bluebird Girls by Rosie Archer

Victory for the Bluebird Girls

Rosie Archer

Large Print

As war finally draws to a close, what will victory and peacetime bring for the south coast's Bluebird Girls? In their rise to fame over the course of the war, Bea Herron, Ivy Sparrow and Rainey Bird have faced down bombs and looked tragedy in the eye....

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Reputation  by Lex Croucher

Reputation

Lex Croucher

Book

"Middle-class Georgiana Ellers has moved to a new town to live with her dreary aunt and uncle. At a particularly dull party, she meets the enigmatic Frances Campbell, a wealthy member of the in-crowd who lives a life Georgiana couldn't have imagined in...

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Alec  by William Di Canzio

Alec

William Di Canzio

Book

"A reimagining and continuation of E. M. Forster's classic novel Maurice, told from the gamekeeper Alec Scudder's perspective. Di Canzio follows their story past the end of Maurice to the front lines of battle in World War I and beyond. Forster, who tried...

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The good wife of Bath  by Karen (Australian author) Brooks

The good wife of Bath

Karen (Australian author) Brooks

Book

"In the middle ages, a poet told a story that mocked a strong woman. It became a literary classic. But what if the woman in question had a chance to tell her own version? Who would you believe? England, The Year of Our Lord, 1364. When married off aged...

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The victory girls  by Joanna Toye

The victory girls

Joanna Toye

Book

"Spring 1944. As the Allied forces push on towards victory, Lily Collins secretly yearns to join the forces. Her best friend Gladys must have her first baby without her beloved Bill, now back on his ship with the Navy. And their friend Beryl is run off...

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A woman of intelligence  by Karin Tanabe

A woman of intelligence

Karin Tanabe

Book

"New York, 1954. A Fifth Avenue address, parties at the Plaza, two healthy sons and the ideal husband: what looks like a perfect life for Katharina Edgeworth is anything but. As a single girl in 1940s Manhattan, Katharina was a translator at the newly...

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Forever my own  by Tracie Peterson

Forever my own

Tracie Peterson

Book

"While caring for her grandmother, Kristin encounters the brother she long thought dead. In shock, she volunteers to care for her brother's injured friend, Ilian. As Ilian recovers, an attraction sparks between them, but both are dealing with problems...

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A wedding for the spitfire girl by Fenella-Jane Miller

A wedding for the spitfire girl

Fenella-Jane Miller

Audio CD

1942. The ATA is calling upon its most trusted pilots to deliver precious bombers wherever they're needed, and Ellie Simpson, who can fly a Spitfire as well as the boys on the frontline, is their newest recruit. Giving her all to a job she loves leaves...

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Rose's choice by Chrissie Bradshaw

Rose's choice

Chrissie Bradshaw

Audio CD

Rationing, bombing, disease and pit disasters are part of Rose Kelly's World War 2 childhood. When the spirited coalminer's daughter discovers a family secret, she makes a choice that overshadows her teenage years. Rose tries to make the most of post...

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Big dreams for the West End girls by Elaine Roberts

Big dreams for the West End girls

Elaine Roberts

Audio CD

1914. Working in a bustling café on London's Shaftesbury Avenue, Joyce Taylor dreams of opening her own restaurant. But when the man she loves enlists in the war, and a surprise request comes through from her dying grandmother, Joyce's life gets turned...

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Stray angel by Kay Brellend

Stray angel

Kay Brellend

Audio CD

East London, 1915. While the man she loves is away fighting, Lily Larkin wakes up at dawn to carry crates of apples to the market stall. Left in charge of Greg's warehouse, she has blossomed from a street urchin into a shrewd tradeswoman. But the market...

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The collier's wife by Chrissie Walsh

The collier's wife

Chrissie Walsh

Audio CD

Leeds, 1918. When Amy visits her husband Jude at Beckett's Park Hospital, he doesn't recognise her. Broken after serving four devastating years in the First World War, Jude is a shadow of the man he once was. Can he ever again be the man Amy knew and...

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The name beneath the stone by Robert Newcome

The name beneath the stone

Robert Newcome

Audio CD

1917. Private Daniel Dawkins fights at Messines Ridge and Passchendaele. He writes home to his true love, Joyce, but reveals little of his extreme bravery, his kindness, his loyalty to his comrades and the horrors they experience on the Western Front....

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The eighth wonder  by Tania Farrelly

The eighth wonder

Tania Farrelly

Book

"New York, 1897. The richest city in the world. Beautiful, young and privileged, Rose Kingsbury Smith is expected to play by the strict rules of social etiquette, to forfeit all career aspirations and to marry a man of good means. But she has a quiet...

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The tsarina's daughter  by Ellen Alpsten

The tsarina's daughter

Ellen Alpsten

Book

When they took everything from her, they didn't count on her fighting to get it back. Born into the House of Romanov to the all-powerful Peter the Great and Catherine I, beautiful Tsarevna Elizabeth is the world's loveliest Princess and the envy of the...

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Sisters of the resistance  by Christine Wells

Sisters of the resistance

Christine Wells

Book

"France, 1944. Gabby Foucher hates the Nazis who occupy Paris. As the concierge of 10 rue Royale, she makes it a point to avoid trouble, unlike her sister Yvette. Both women are recruited into the Resistance by Catherine Dior, sister of fashion desig...

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The dictator's muse  by Nigel Farndale

The dictator's muse

Nigel Farndale

Book

"It is the early 1930s, and Europe is holding its breath. As Hitler's grip on power tightens, preparations are being made for the Berlin Olympics. Leni Riefenstahl is the pioneering, sexually liberated star film-maker of the Third Reich. She has been...

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The bride of Almond Tree  by Robert Hillman

The bride of Almond Tree

Robert Hillman

Book

World War II is over and Hiroshima lies in a heap of poisoned rubble when young Quaker Wesley Cunningham returns home to Almond Tree. He served as a stretcher-bearer; he's seen his fair share of horror. Now he intends to build beautiful houses and to...

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Tertium  by Paul W. Feenstra

Tertium

Paul W. Feenstra

Book

"In this fast-paced sequel to Falls Ende - Secundus, Mellester Manor is enduring the aftermath of a horrid cattle disease and a food shortage. When the granaries are opened to feed the starving, a virulent sickness is unleashed, and the people of Mel...

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Halley by Faye Gibbons

Halley

Faye Gibbons

eBook

Times are hard in Depression era Georgia mountain country. Even so, fourteen-year-old Halley Owenby, her younger brother, Robbie, and their parents, Jim and Kate manage to get by until Jim dies suddenly in an accident, and Kate decides she and her ch...

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Small acts of defiance  by Michelle (Novelist) Wright

Small acts of defiance

Michelle (Novelist) Wright

Book

"January, 1940: After a bitter tragedy, young Australian woman Lucie and her French mother Yvonne are forced to leave home and seek help from the only family they have left- Lucie's uncle, Gerard. As the Second World War engulfs Europe, the two women...

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Mrs England  by Stacey Halls

Mrs England

Stacey Halls

Book

"West Yorkshire, 1904. When newly graduated nurse Ruby May takes a position looking after the children of Charles and Lilian England, a wealthy couple from a powerful dynasty of mill owners, she hopes it will be the fresh start she needs. But as she adapts...

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In royal service to the Queen  by Tessa Arlen

In royal service to the Queen

Tessa Arlen

Book

"Marion Crawford can remember each of the wonderful sixteen years when she was governess to the little Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret Rose. Marion had been a vital part of their lives; someone they confided in, needed, trusted, and loved. These me...

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The great mistake  by Jonathan Lee

The great mistake

Jonathan Lee

Book

"Andrew Haswell Green is dead, shot at the venerable age of eighty-three, when he thought life could hold no more surprises. The killing - on Park Avenue in broad daylight, on Friday the thirteenth - shook the city. Born to a struggling farmer, Green...

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Kyiv  by Graham Hurley

Kyiv

Graham Hurley

Book

"On Sunday 22nd June, 1941, at 03.05, three and a half million Axis troops burst into the Soviet Union along a 1,800 mile front to launch Operation Barbarossa. The southern thrust of the attack was aimed at the Caucuses and the oil fields beyond. Kyiv...

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The clockmaker's wife by Daisy Wood

The clockmaker's wife

Daisy Wood

eBook

London, 1940. Britain is gripped by the terror of the Blitz, forcing Nell Spelman to flee the capital with her young daughter - leaving behind her husband, Arthur, the clockmaker who keeps Big Ben chiming. When Arthur disappears, Nell is desperate to...

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Incomparable world by S. I. Martin

Incomparable world

S. I. Martin

eAudiobook

"A visceral reimagining of 1780s London, showcasing the untold stories of African-American soldiers grappling with their post-war freedomIn the years just after the American revolution, London was the unlikely refuge for thousands of black Americans who...

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Dominus  by Steven Saylor

Dominus

Steven Saylor

Book

"A.D. 165: The empire of Rome has reached its pinnacle. Universal peace - the Pax Roma - reigns from Britannia to Egypt, from Gaul to Greece. Marcus Aurelius, as much a philosopher as he is an emperor, oversees a golden age in the city of Rome. The a...

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The personal librarian  by Marie Benedict

The personal librarian

Marie Benedict

Book

"In her twenties, Belle da Costa Greene is hired by J. P. Morgan to curate a collection of rare manuscripts, books, and artwork for his newly built Pierpont Morgan Library. Belle becomes a fixture in New York City society and one of the most powerful...

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